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 Love Riddim - Rotimi

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Love Riddim - Rotimi

I was doing the dishes when this song came up on the TV and It  caught my attention immediately from the beat drop. I just had to rush out and check who was singing and the name of the song cause I was so impressed…

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Tungba - Ajebutter22, Boj

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Tungba - Ajebutter22, Boj

Think about foods that complement each other:  Rice and stew, Mac and cheese, Gala and Lacasera. Just like this, Boj and Ajebutter22 enhance each other’s sound on this track together. Their chemistry is nearly unrivaled in the Nigerian music space…

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Falling - Odunsi (The Engine)

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Falling - Odunsi (The Engine)

This song gives me the  retro disco vibe of the 90s makes me want to break it down on the dance floor. The first few seconds takes you out of wherever you are and drops you directly into the disco…

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Catching a Wav - Amaarae

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Catching a Wav - Amaarae

Amaarae probably has the smoothest voice amongst the Alté artist and it shows, this song just screams sexy, the vibe and the energy is just chill best enjoyed with dim lights and herbs…

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Rapid Fire - Santi

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Rapid Fire - Santi

This is my first addition to my playlist this year and i think it's best to start off with the right energy and that is all about Santi, his energy in his songs and performances are breathtaking…

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HeartBreak Please - Daramola

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HeartBreak Please - Daramola

Came across this track on one of my random browsing through the spotify depths and immediately it started I knew I'd love it immediately, Daramola came through with the Vocals.

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In The Morning - Odunsi (The Engine)

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In The Morning - Odunsi (The Engine)

I'd be really mad at myself if I didn't start off this playlist with the inspiration behind it all which is Odunsi the Engine, he a singer and producer from Lagos, Nigeria. He is championing the alte generation in Nigeria, the frontier of a new sound that blends genres into what he calls Afro-fusion…

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