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Radr Essential Vol 46: Powerful Black Sherif, Juliet Ariel and others

Here is our list of essential music for this week.

Second Sermon (Remix) – Black Sherif Ft Burna boy

This is the type of song that you blast with your homeboys in the car on your way to the club. The African Giant, Burna boy partnered with Ghanian artiste, Black Sherif and they showed undiluted black excellence on this track. They both sing about their past and present experiences and how they are unstoppable regardless of what they have been through.

Ameno Amapiano (Remix) – Goya Menor Ft Nektunez

“You want to bamba?” If you have this line from a famous tik tok sound stuck in your head,you are not alone. We also can’t get enough of the sound and that is why we have searched for it and included it in this week’s essential. On this track, against the background of vibey amapiano beat, Goya spits wisdom. He makes good use of his thick voice and gives priceless advice that will see the listeners through the streets.

Choplife – King Promise Ft Patoranking

It is a celebration of life and achievements for both King Promise and Patoranking on this track. They both have something to be grateful for and they are especially thankful for how far they have come.  Without doubt, this song comes from a place of introspection. It is a great choice parties and celebrations.

Paranormal – Paranormal DJ Ft TMXO

On this self-titled track, paranormal paired with TMXO to eat up the beat. The hook involves a repetition of the “paranormal.” This encapsulates the extraordinary vibes that comes with the song. The song is a straight club banger. Paranormal DJ and TMXO did what they had to.

Wish You Were Here – Juliet Ariel Ft Laylizzy

We definitely won’t forget about the love birds in this week’s essential. So, here is a well delivered pop song with mild, likkle whine type of beat. On which you were here, Congolese singer, juliet partnered with Laylizzy. They both sing about a sad love cycle that involves reciprocity and toxicity.

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Olamide Lapite