Who Get Ear Vol. 84: Here are the 10 songs you need to play this week

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On Volume 83, Pulse featured MOJO, Sucee, Marvy, Street Billionaires and so forth. In an eventful that witnessed Nigeria at 59, the Headies nominations and M.I’s reply to Vector, we feature Momentum SBWA, Hotyce, Ovye, Dunnie and so forth.

Here are the featured acts;

Momentum SBWA – Gbogbo

After a three-year hiatus, Nigerian rapper returns with this satire that focuses on socio-political critique. As it interlopes with Lagbaja‘s classic, ‘Gbogbo Yin,’ Momentum gives Nigeria another dose of reality check amidst ‘celebration.’

NAJIU – GUAP

A trap song about money, Kaduna-based Najiu is the crooner.

Mike World featuring Akuchi – Are You Down

A trap&b song about love.

Demola (The Violist) featuring Davido – Gbedu

This sounds like a collision of love and a need to make commercial music. Of course, it was going to be a good one with Davido on it.

Dunnie and Rage – Single Pringle

One of the picks of the week. Dunnie sounds like GoodGirl LA for some reason. You know those wishes you have when you are single? Dunnue and Rage document them on this one with a mix of hilarity and buccaneering honesty.

Awe Et Vare – Daddy Issues

Look, this guy can sing. Like really sing. After releasing his EP, Ketchup On Everything earlier this year and getting some recognition, he releases this honest track about an issue affecting many a Nigerian youth.

The sentimental ballad croons on a boat of violins and solemn, near-eerie piano keys.

Hotyce – For The Capital

Fresh off his Headies nomination for Best Rap Song, ace Nigerian rapper is back with this ode to his town, Abuja. At times, the song takes the form of a satire, at times, it’s social commentary and sometimes, it’s just sentimental poetry.

But then, you get bars.

DJ Cinch – Wanka

After inning the Artiste of the year and song of the year awards at the Kaduna Entertainment Awards and aperforming on stage at the 50th edition of the Afropolitan vibes, Kaduna’s rave of the moment DJ CINCH drops his First official single for the year 2019.

The title Wanka is a Hausa slang which simply means Looking Fly and in the song DJ CINCH talks about coming into the industry with his own vibe and unique style.

Olu – Aiye

Olu documents life with a cinematic song and a short film. The short film is soundtracked with songs that feel like Tommee Proffitt creations.

Torna – Point of Correction

New 100 Crowns signee has released a freestyle in his signature Igbo lect.

Source: pulse.ng