Right now you can confirm that Nigerian music has had another excellent year so far, with remarkable albums from the country’s well-established talents making it far and reaching ears around the globe. In the very competitive Nigerian music business, new names have risen quickly in 2021. The Best Nigerian Songs of 2021 So Far may be found here on six9ja platform.
- Guchi – Benzema
Nigeria Number one songstress and Jeniffer’s crooner, Guchi added another pleasant tune titled “Benzema“, The singer pours and expresses her wonderful vocal on recording this feel-good vibe that you should definitely like. this new track Benzema is a previous tune after she released “Jennifer” view all songs of Guchi by “Click Here“
- Wizkid – Essence ft Tems
In fact, the song was released in 2020 as part of Wizkid‘s “Made In Lagos” album, but it has skyrocketed in popularity in the new year, even making it into the Apple Music Top 50 in the United States! Legendury Beatz and P2J have developed an undulating synth piano theme for “Essence,” which begins with Tems’ excellent vocals. Now that temperatures are rising in the Northern Hemisphere it’s little wonder stars like Kevin Hart, Khloe Kardashian, and Kylie Jenner have started uploading videos of themselves rocking to the music.
- Olamide “Rock”
The one of most trending Nigerian Ep “UY Scuti“, Olamide‘s new 10-track album named after one of Nigeria’s most famous red stars, features the relaxing and flirty “Rock.” You’ll want to listen to “Rock” again and over again. My girlfriend does not have to do anything to please me since I already loved her, Olamide says in the song.
- Ruger “Bounce”
He is one of the hottest new musicians to emerge from the very competitive and crowded Nigerian music scene in 2021, with his pink hair and eye patch. One listens to “Bounce,” a standout from his Pandemic EP, and it’s clear why this sweet and irresistible music is a smash in Nigeria. “Bounce” reached the top of the Apple Music rankings in Nigeria.
- Adekunle Gold “It Is What It Is”
There is a new single and music video by Adekunle Gold titled “It Is What It Is.” The song is about acceptance and being calm in the face of life’s challenges. Adekunle says, “The reality about freedom is that it can only be found through self-awareness.” You should let yourself be free from every other voice except for the one that is leading you inwardly. People, keep your mouths shut.
- Ayra Starr “Away”
Signee of Mavin Records It wasn’t long before Ayra Starr‘s self-titled debut EP’s lead track “Away” had people talking. She was born in Benin and grew up in Cotonou and Lagos, Nigeria. What makes up traditional breakup songs is explored in the pulsing hip-grinding tune “Away.”
- Joeboy “Focus”
This past February, Afropop sensation singer Joeboy released his long-awaited debut album Somewhere Between Beauty & Magic. In 2019, the young musician released his debut EP, Love & Light, which had 14 tracks. Unaccompanied by any other musicians, this is an amazing collection of songs that you’ll want to keep playing again and over.
- Burna Boy “Kilometre”
Nigerian popular Afrobeat king, Burna Boy has released a new song called “Kilometre.” To attain his current status as one of the world’s top African musicians, the superstar sings of the distance he’s gone, both physically and figuratively, in the song created by Chopstix. Intense and catchy, “Kilometre” will get stuck in your brain and be the soundtrack to many dance floors in the future and you see all songs of Burna Boy by “Click Here“.