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Radr Essential Vol.53; Trabaye with Asake and get groovy with Dai verse.

After a couple of love and mushiness episodes, the Radr team is back to being committed to the range. We have curated enjoyable songs with diverse themes to get you through this week.

Money – Basketmouth, Oxlade, Efya 

Three expert chefs put their heads together to cook this masterpiece. Oxlade’s falsetto launched the track, and with his sonorous voice, he sang out the theme of the song with passion. The song is about money and its effect on the holder. In summary, Oxlade and Efya threaten that if they become rich, the whole world will know. It is easy to assume that this comes from a place of reflection over the process involved in getting the money. It is often good to enjoy the sweet fruit of one’s labor. 

Trabaye – Ololade

Seeing the success of his hit single omo ope, the new YBNL signee Asake wasted no time in giving us hot. Trabaye is the first song on his chart-topping EP. The track is garnished with his fuji-like vocals, mellifluous chants, and great flows. In street parlance, ”Trabaye” means to ”take-off” or ”elevate” ”get high.” He sings about the celebrity life before him and the many exploits he will do. The song ends with an Olamide outro. The YBNL boss was assuring his label artiste that he has his support and everything will turn out great. 

Do me jeje – Teezee ft Knucks. 

This song’s beat is an irregular version of amapiano. Teezee did justice to it as he ask for his lover’s love with flow and rhythm. He also invited Knucks, who equally did a decent job. 

Cold – Blxckie

Blxckie made a heartbreak song in the most beautiful way ever. The song’s theme includes deceit and betrayal and our singer’s lover is on the receiving end. Only that this time, Blxckie intends to change his ways and needs a chance to.

Calm down – Rema

Rave & Roses is coming and this song is a testament to the things the album will do. Rema is gradually cementing his place as the king of melody in the industry. This song showcases the artiste’s mastery of melody and storytelling as well as easy-to-sing lyrics.

Sweet Daddy – Dai verse ft Buju

While Dai verse’s face might be a secret to the public, his talent is a widely acknowledged fact. On this track, he combined forces with Buju, and the duo delivered and groovy and sweet-sounding love song.

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