Such an exciting month for the music industry. May ends with absolutely worthwhile, dope tracks from emerging Afro-trap exponent, BigDrip, Korede Bello, Eminem, Wande Coal, Akon and many more.


BigDrip – Monalisa

Afro-trap is finding its way to get rooted in the Nigerian Music industry and another of its exponent, BigDrip has served us a sizzling hot track Monalisa.

“She got the power yunno, she got me hypnotized, yeah”

The track borrows its name from the popular Leonardo Da Vinci portrait. And the visuals promise to be an intriguing yet simple, clean visuals that tells the story of a sophisticated lady who won’t settle for less.

Master KG David Guetta – Shine your light ft Akon

It’s an African-Diasporic collab here as Master KG and David Guetta links up with the American-based phenomenal artist, Akon to produce another enjoyable track for Africa and the rest of the world.

When you hear Wanitwa mus- you already it’s a different vibe

Mr Eazi, Dre Skull, Popcaan – Sekkle & Bop

Ok, Mr Eazi went different on this.

Who knows Mr Eazi has a dancehall artiste in him? This is a dancehall song littered with Mr. Eazi vibes

With Popcaan as a featured artiste, this is definitely a club banger.



DJ Neptune – Music Messiah ft. Wande Coal

Which other artist to feature on a track titled Music Messiah if not the phenomenal Wande Coal.

This is another hit Amapiano track that gets your legwork activated without permission. Absolutely Lit


Dai verse – Sweet Daddy

This is the ultimate Afrobeats love song in my opinion (kinda)

Dope lyrics, dope delivery, dope production, infact everything is dope



Eminem – Killer (Remix) ft. Jack Harlow & Cordae

“I call it guillotine style because even off the head I decapitate”

Jack brought swags to this track and you can tell from his lyrics that he’s hyped to be here.
Cordea upped with some fire bars before the rap god did the god thing with Martian wordplays.


DMX – Exodus Album

His last gift to his fans I’d say even if he didn’t plan it that way

A 13 track album featuring the likes of Alicia Keys, Jay Z, Lil Wayne, Usher, Snoop Dogg amongst others

The last piece of work of the late rap legend, definitely worth it and definitely going to make us miss his genius more

Meanwhile if you haven’t heard any of his songs, this is the perfect opportunity to.


Korede Bello – Fine Fine

“Nobody fine like my woman”

African Prince returns to the music scene with what he’s known for— mushy lyrics, expressing love, amazing vocals.

Another song to play at weddings


KCee, Peruzzi, Okwesili Eze group – Hold me tight

KCee continues his singing relationship with the Okwesili group on this, further bringing in the genius of Peruzzi

A love song rendered with highlife vibes makes this track a unique and interesting sound to the earbuds


  • Barry Jhay – Aye Wa Da

Week in, week out, there’s an Amapiano track joining the list of the many already gaining airplays. Barry Jhay joins the trend to exert his creativity and flaunt his vocals on this track that borrows its title from the underground slang, “ayé wa da”

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