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Radr Essential Vol 60; Asa, Koffee, and others show that women rule the world.

This week’s essential features carefully curated songs by extraordinary female artists.

Gifted – Koffee

Listen to Koffee speak life about herself and her craft. This is a very spiritual and inspiring song that uplifts the listeners’ spirit. The song is a compilation of positive affirmations that can get you through both good and bad days. it is also vibe-y for those who like to dance and groove.

Nike – ASA

Asa is the fine wine of Nigerian music and she repeatedly makes that known. Nike is one of the standout tracks in her recent Album titled V. In this song she sings sonorously about heartbreak to the point that it becomes desirable. The narrative in the song is also one that is very relatable. You find someone attractive, they win your heart, claim to love you but break your heart. After the heartbreak, you are finding it difficult to move on.

Special – Nana Fofie

A raspy, sweet-sounding voice singing over a tingling acoustic beat, the song is special. Nana fofie went all out on this song confessing her love for her love interest. She displayed a one-of-a-kind pen game as she uses carefully selected words to convey her emotions in the song. This song should be on your playlist for that special person.

Adua – Liya ft Simi

Liya returns with a remix of one of the songs off her EP. Superstar Simi is the guest on the track and she opened with a heartfelt verse that shows the reality in nigeria and makes pleas to God. The song continues in gratitude as the duo sings bout the goodness they have both received. They are fearless about the future because their prayers have been answered.

Sweet Me – Lexash

we close the curtain on this week’s Radr essential with this lovely song from Lexash. The singer sings about the euphoric feeling that comes with love in a melodious way. He is undoubtedly a talent to watch out for in the coming months.

Listen to more songs here: Radr Essential Vol 57: Enjoy great music from BOJ, Terri and Frayz.

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Olamide Lapite