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Joeboy Starts Afresh With ‘Osadebe’ + More New And Trending Afrobeats Songs

Joeboy Starts Afresh With ‘Osadebe’ + More New And Trending Afrobeats Songs

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This week’s selection brings together sizzling melodies, infectious rhythms, and lyrical narratives that capture the essence of Afrobeats. From introspective songs like Joeboy’s Osadebe to dancefloor bangers like Reekado Banks’ Fakosi Remix, which features Seyi Vibez and Del B, these tracks are guaranteed to set your senses ablaze.

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

#1. Joeboy – Osadebe

Joeboy takes us on a journey of love and longing with Osadebe, a smooth and soulful offering that showcases his signature vocals. Interestingly, this is his first song under his new record label, Young Label. The song’s gentle guitar riffs and mellow percussion create a warm atmosphere, while Joeboy’s lyrics paint a picture of deep affection and dedication. If you’re looking for a track to serenade your special someone or simply unwind to, Osadebe is your perfect companion.

#2. Wizkid – One Love

Nigerian singer/songwriter Wizkid delivers a beautiful rendition of Jamaica’s legendary musician Bob Marley’s One Love, which floats on the song’s soulful vocals and heartfelt lyrics. The cover, released on February 14, is part of the soundtrack EP for the Reinaldo Marcus Green-directed biopic “Bob Marley: One Love (Music Inspired by the Film).” Wizkid’s stellar cover of the classic makes it impossible not to move your feet, while his message of unity and love resonates deeply. One Love is a testament to Wizkid’s enduring reign as one of Afrobeats’ leading lights.

#3. Crayon – Fade Away

Crayon takes a more introspective approach on Fade Away, a song that explores themes of heartbreak and resilience. The track’s melancholic piano chords and emotive vocals create a poignant atmosphere, while Crayon’s lyrics delve into the pain of letting go. Despite the somber undertones, Fade Away ultimately offers a message of hope and moving forward, making it a relatable and emotionally resonant listen.

#4. Reekado Banks, Seyi Vibez and Del B – Fakosi (Remix)

This dynamic trio brings the heat with Fakosi, a high-energy banger that boasts an irresistible blend of Afrobeats, dancehall, and street vibes. Reekado Banks’ smooth vocals blend seamlessly with Seyi Vibez’s gritty flow and Del B’s infectious production energy, creating a sonic concoction that’s impossible to resist. The song’s catchy chorus and dance-worthy beat are sure to get you moving, making Fakosi a guaranteed party starter.

#5. 5. YKB – High and Sober

YKB pushes boundaries with High and Sober, a track that perfectly merges Afrobeats with elements of R&B and alternative music. The song’s atmospheric synths and layered vocals create a dreamy soundscape, while YKB’s introspective lyrics touch on themes of self-discovery and personal growth. High and Sober, which is on YKB’s newly released body of work, Yusful Music (Reloaded), is a testament to YKB’s versatility and innovative approach to music, making it a must-listen for those seeking something fresh and unique.

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