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Ayra Starr And Seyi Vibez Declare No ‘Bad Vibes’ + More New And Trending Music Globally

Ayra Starr And Seyi Vibez Declare No ‘Bad Vibes’ + More New And Trending Music Globally


s the world of music continues to evolve, Black artists globally are at the forefront, creating tracks that not only conquer the charts but also resonate deeply with audiences everywhere. This week’s roundup of the best new and trending songs showcases an exhilarating blend of established stars and emerging talents, each bringing unique sounds and stories to the forefront. From Ayra Starr’s vibrant collaboration with Seyi Vibez in “Bad Vibes” to Megan Thee Stallion’s bold and brash “BOA,” these tracks underscore the dynamic nature of music.

Whether it’s Victony’s defiant “Stubborn,” Boj and Adekunle Gold’s romantic “Love Garden,” or Ice Spice’s fiery “Gimme A Light,” each song offers a distinct flavor, reflecting the rich diversity and boundless creativity of Black musicians around the globe. 

Check out the top 5 trending new songs released this week…

#1. Ayra Starr ft. Seyi Vibez – Bad Vibes

Ayra Starr is set for an exciting month. Her second album, TYIT21 (The Year I Turned 21), will drop later in the month, and a new single from the project just hit the airwaves. The song, titled Bad Vibes, features the popular Nigerian artist, Seyi Vibez. Fans have been eagerly waiting for this collaboration, and it’s finally here. 

The track serves as a powerful declaration— a lively anthem for those who stand strong against negativity. The title of the song suggests the duo’s intention to avoid negative energy or drama. Produced by the talented Mystro, Bad Vibes mixes Ayra Starr’s compelling vocals with Seyi Vibez’s dynamic style, creating an energetic and melodious tune that showcases the great synergy between the two artists.

#2. Megan Thee Stallion – BOA

Megan Thee Stallion’s serpent saga continues with BOA, the latest venomous track slithering its way off her forthcoming album. Ditching the introspective vibes of Cobra, BOA channels the cutthroat energy of Hiss, showcasing Megan in full beast mode. The Houston hottie cruises over a beat that cleverly samples Gwen Stefani’s What You Waiting For? spitting fiery bars that leave no room for misunderstanding—she’s the queen and everyone else is just playing catch-up.

Tossing out pop culture references that range from anime giant “One Piece” to classic video games, BOA is a potent cocktail of confidence and lyrical finesse. It’s a clear message to the haters and anyone else who might have forgotten: Megan Thee Stallion is still the top dog, and she’s not going anywhere.

#3. Victony ft. Asake – Stubborn

Victony’s determination is inspiring. Despite a severe accident in 2021 that left him temporarily paralyzed, he refuses to be defined by his hardships. This resilient attitude fuels his latest single, Stubborn — a strong statement about his refusal to give up. In the song, Victony is clear about his independence, with lyrics like: “Me I no dey hear word o / I stubborn, me I no fit be your idolo / I stubborn,” showing his firm resolve to follow his path.

He isn’t alone on this track, though. Asake, a star from YBNL, joins him, adding his unique style to the mix. Together, they deliver a powerful and beautiful track crafted with the help of producers Westen Weiss, 1Mind, and KTIZO.

#4. Boj ft. Adekunle Gold – Love Garden

Boj is back with a new single called Love Garden, which is full of positive energy and romantic themes. He’s joined by the talented Adekunle Gold on this track. The song’s name, Love Garden, captures its spirit perfectly. It offers a rich, musical journey filled with love and warmth, where Boj’s smooth style blends perfectly with Adekunle Gold’s engaging voice.

Behind them, producer RAGEEE lays down a solid foundation that lets the song shine. Love Garden has a charm that makes it ideal for sharing special moments with someone you care about. It’s the kind of tune you’d play for your significant other—a heartfelt musical tribute to love.

#5. Ice Spice – Gimmie A Light

Fresh off her electrifying Coachella performance, Ice Spice throws gasoline on the fire of anticipation with ‘Gimmie a Light’ the second single from her upcoming debut album, Y2K! The track is a full-on dance floor assault, cleverly sampling Sean Paul’s early 2000s dancehall smash of the same name. Instead of a straight remake, Ice Spice injects her signature Bronx cool. Her nonchalant braggadocio rides the infectious beat, dropping quotables like “Big Ice, I don’t need a writer” with a casual confidence that belies the underlying fire.

Gimmie a Light is more than just a nostalgic throwback; it’s a potent fusion of the early aughts dancehall vibes we all know and love, reimagined through Ice Spice’s modern, streetwise lens. It’s a guaranteed party starter and a clear signal that Ice Spice is ready to dominate the airwaves with her icy flow.

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