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JAE5, Dave And BNXN Set The Wheels Rolling On ‘Propeller’ + More New Trending Afrobeat Songs

JAE5, Dave And BNXN Set The Wheels Rolling On ‘Propeller’ + More New Trending Afrobeat Songs


Another week another rollout of tunes to set our feet on fire thanks to our Afrobeats crooners and their collaborators. Setting the ball rolling is British-Ghanaian producer JAE5 who linked up with British-Nigerian rapper Dave and Nigerian singer BNXN to give us Propeller, a song people have termed a summer jam.

Afrobeats artists these days have frequent collaborators because of how they elevate the music. One of such is music veteran Wande Coal who has collaborated with fast-rising artiste, Victony on the DJ Tunez track, Bad Girl. On Bad Girl, the two create a memorable song that would be on people’s lips for a long time. As we slide into another weekend, we’ve put together a list of the top 5 trending new afrobeat songs released this week for your pleasure.

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

#1. JAE5 ft. Dave and BNXN – Propeller

East London-Ghanaian record producer, JAE5 has released his highly anticipated single titled Propeller. The track which features British-Nigerian rapper Dave and Nigeria Afrobeats singer, BNXN sees both featured artists drop catchy verses over JAE5-produced beats. By combining the dynamic pace and intensity of highlife with the percussive and electronic vibes of Electronic Dance Music, the musicians produce a sound that is a breath of fresh air.

#2. Tems & Marvel – No Woman No Cry

Mere days after the unveiling of the new Black Panther: Wakanda Forever teaser trailer, Marvel has unveiled a new three-song EP featuring Tems’ cover of the Vincent Ford-penned Bob Marley and the Wailers classic No Woman, No Cry. A version of that cover, of course, was featured in this weekend’s sequel teaser and boasts production from Ludwig Göransson, the Oscar-winning musician who took home the Academy Award for Best Original Score for his work on 2018’s Black Panther starring the late Chadwick Boseman.

#3. Phyno ft. Tekno – Full Current (That’s My Baby)

The head of Penthauze Music, Phyno, a superstar vocalist and formidable Nigerian rap artist is back on the music scene with a new song titled Full Current. In this song, he enlists the groove master himself, Tekno to add his own spice to the drum-heavy song. Already considered a phenomenal rapper, Phyno embraces that definition a lot more in this song as he sings praises to women.

#4. Amaarae and Marvel – No Body, No Coffin

Ghanaian singer, Amaarae teams up with Marvel for a new collaboration titled A Body, A Coffin, just days after Marvel unveiled the long-awaited trailer for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever. The song comes off Marvel’s Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Prologue which is a three-song effort with contributions from Tems, Amaarae, and Santa Fe Klan. Going a different direction from Tems‘ song on the EP, this song sounded like a modernized battle sound which makes us hungry for what is to come in the movie.

#5. DJ Tunez ft. Wande Coal and Victony – Bad Girl

The official Disc Jockey for Starboy Entertainment, DJ Tunez is out with a new smashing song titled Bad Girl. On this record, he got two of Nigeria’s hottest and most sought-after artists Wande Coal and Victony to hop on the track with him to create a song where they dropped verses about “Bad” ladies. The song serves as a follow-up to his recently released single “Fire Di Party” which featured Nigerian singer, AV.

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