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Top 10 Nigerian songs of the month (September) 2022

Top 10 Nigerian songs in September 2022


Top 10 Nigerian songs from the month of September 2022. We welcome you as we provide the week’s most anticipated Nigerian Songs playlist. We’ve compiled a compilation of the most pounding tunes available for your listening enjoyment, and we can’t wait for you to jam them all week.

The artists featured here have been in our faces for a while now, including some of Africa’s biggest exports who have not only worked hard to curate insane Jamz, but have also been able to put Nigeria and Africa on the world map.

1. Phyno & Tekno – Full Current (That’s My Baby)

A club banger that will definitely set you in the dancing mood anytime you listen to it. Phyno and Tekno did excellently well.

2. Yemi Alade – Begging

Mama Africa as she is fondly talking about a mystery lover. This is a love song with so many rhetorical question.

3. Magixx – Shaye

This song is what you call sweetness overload, Magixx sound is here to stay

4. Crayon – Ijo Labalaba

This is a dance song, and it has received so much popularity across social media. It is a perfect work of art from the song to the dance.

5. Iyanya X Kizz Daniel X Davido – Like You

This is a song that talks largely about love and sacrifices and the 3 artists performed excellently on the mild beat

6. Burna Boy – Common Person

Off his Love, Damini album, Burna Boy released this song that talks about a common man’s struggle.

7. Psquare – Ihe Gime

Following their long-time separation, the Okoye brothers are back again and this time the song Ihe Gime gives us the goosebumps that their songs used to give us before.

8. Omah Lay – I’m A Mess

Off his Boy Alone album, Omah Lay released this song that talked about depression and darkness

9. Fireboy ft Asake – Bandana

Now a street anthem, this song cut across the old and the young lover of music, and it is now a worldwide banger

10. Carterefe ft Berri Tiga – Machala

A tribute song for Wizkid by comedian Carterefe has received massive acceptance from people at home and abroad.

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