The Best Nigerian Songs of the Year 2022

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The Best Nigerian Songs of the Year 2022. Every year we keep having New or existing artist who are killing us with new hits. This year 2022, there are already new songs which are making waves in the street. Just as we wrote about the richest male artist in Nigeria, That is the way we will be discussing about the Best Nigerian Songs Of the Year 2022.

The Best Nigerian Songs of the Year 2022

  • Ayra Starr – Away

The most current Mavin Records endorser Ayra Starris recently out of the door and right now getting people talking. The 19-year-old has delivered her self-named debut EP, beginning with head bopper “Away.” Born in Benin and raised among Cotonou and Lagos, Nigeria, Starr’s sound permits her adaptability and unmistakable styles to become the dominant focal point. The initial “Away” is a throbbing, hip-crushing track that re-investigates what commonly makes up a separation tune.

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  • YUNG L – Yaadman (Intro) [Official Video]

Best Nigerian Songs of the Year

Nigeria’s Yung L conveys the new single and music video for “Yaadman,” an addictive and vivacious dancehall track based on smooth guitars and substantial beats. It comes matched with the striking visuals coordinated by TG Omori. “Yaadman (Intro)” is the primary track on Yung L’s forthcoming collection, Yaadman Kingsize. Get into the vibes above.

  • Femi Kuti – As We Struggle Everyday (Edit) (Official Audio)

Femi Kutishares his new single, “As We Struggle Everyday,” the most recent drop from the forthcoming twofold collection Legacy +, a joint undertaking with his child Made Kuti. “As We Struggle Everyday” is a politically-charged afrobeat tune about individuals having the democratic ability to hold their ‘chiefs’ responsible, however frequently neglecting to do as such. All through the melody, Femi sings “As we battle ordinary We attempt to locate a superior way See these pioneers wey assume prison Na him my kin dem dey hail.”