The year is rounding itself off and Detty December is loading whether you are socially distancing or not. That’s why RadrAfrica is bringing you the hottest tracks of the week to enjoy while keeping safe in the ongoing climate of the world. Now you can vibe to Liya, Joeboy, Tomi Thomas and more this week.
Who No Know Go Know- The Cavemen
The modern highlife kings have returned with a new track. In typical Cavemen fashion, this song has an infectious tune that makes a listener wish they were sipping palm wine at a festival. The Cavemen have hacked the art of eliciting nostalgic yet exciting feelings in listeners who lend an ear to their music.
This is an upbeat, optimistic song from Joeboy. With amazing vocals and seamless harmonies, the artist sings about his optimism for his future success and so he celebrates. This song is one of the must-haves for listeners to keep the bad vibes away and gather hope for the coming year.
Who Knew- Tomi Thomas
Tomi Thomas shines on this reggae influenced track with clean vocals and chill lyrics. Exactly two minutes long, this fusion of afrobeats and reggae will leave listeners yearning for more. The upbeat lyrics and chorus are sure to get any listener bopping on the dance floor
Liya scintillates on this track with her amazing vocals. The song is infectious and the tune is catchy. The track is interspersed with amazing vocal riffs but it’s the beat and chorus that will have listeners vibing and dancing before they know it.
Tatashe -Dj Spinall ft Crayon
Established producer Dj Spinall teams up with several West African acts to create his latest album release Grace. The 15 track project, while under an hour long, is packed with catchy songs, infectious beats and amazing vocals. on this tr k with Crayon, the artiste sings about his smoking hot love interest over a beautiful beat arrangement.
Hurricane- ChopLifeCrew ft Mojo & Tim Lyre
Aptly named, this track is a collaboration of talents like a hurricane. This is what gives the track its spice. The song is heavily influenced by street music, with a sprinkling of vulgar lyrics and indegenous language. This is the perfect song to bust a zanku to on the floor and listeners are sure to enjoy it.
All My Love- Guiltybeatz ft Oxlade
This afrobeats love song is beautiful and a wonderful addition to any listeners weekly playlist. The song includes Oxlade’s rich vocals belting out lyrics that will make you yearn for your own love interest.
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