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Peruzzi And Fireboy DML Admonish Us To Apply ‘Pressure’ + More Trending New Afrobeats Songs

Peruzzi And Fireboy DML Admonish Us To Apply ‘Pressure’ + More Trending New Afrobeats Songs


When a bottle of good wine lingers a tad, it is believed that the taste to be relished is worth the while. This is in the same vein as Afrobeats, an age-long, now mainstream genre which seems to be growing in grace and tenacity as the years roll by. Proof of this growth is this week’s batch of music releases from some of our favorite crooners. Leading the list is Peruzzi who has teamed up with Mr. Lover, Fireboy DML to deliver Pressure. It’s definitely about time we got another collab from them.

After back-to-back fire singles by music producer Rexxie, the hitmaker has finally dropped his highly anticipated sophomore album titled Big Time. The opening track of the same name features rising star, Lojay who delivers a song worthy of introducing us to a wonderful body of work. Besides these two, there are other groovy releases this week that have caught our attention. As a result, we’ve curated this list of the best and trendiest five songs to give your playlist the required freshness.

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

#1. Peruzzi ft. Fireboy DML – Pressure

Peruzzi is off to a good start in 2023 with his first official single titled Pressure. The song features YBNL’s wunderkind, Fireboy DML and it doubles as their second-ever collaboration following the release of Southy Love in December 2020. Peruzzi lets out his feelings on the track with his saccharine vocals. Fireboy, on the other hand, woos his love interest daringly with vocals in a bid to win her over. Pressure is produced by talented beatmaker 3 Heads.

#2. Rexxie ft. Lojay – Asiko (Big Time)

After churning out bangers like No More Condition, Abracadabra, and its Wizkid-assisted remix, Rexxie resurfaces once again with a body of work; an album titled Big Time. The album consists of 12 impressive records which include a song named after the album which features hitmaker Lojay. On Big Time, Lojay delivers a memorable intro track as he provides his unique sound over Rexxie’s smooth production.

#3. Bella Shmurda – Ara (Gen Gen Tin)

Talented Afrobeats singer, Bella Shmurda kick starts 2023 officially with the release of this brand new single titled, ARA (Gen Gen Tin). The song Ara, a Yoruba word that means “Style” is one of the many hits that Bella will be dropping this year as he prepares to release another album. On this track, Bella Shmurda boasts that whatever he does is his style. He prays not to ever beg for food again and to always see huge returns from his hustle. Ara (Gen Gen Tin) is produced by fast-rising beatmaker, Larry Lanes.

#4. Zlatan – Omo Ologo

Nigerian rapper-cum-singer, Zlatan has released a brand new single titled Omo Ologo. Unlike his regular songs, Zlatan expresses himself on the mellifluous instrumentation of the track, provided by rising beatsmith, Chech. The rapper raps over the beat with a grateful heart. Omo Ologo is Zlatan’s second official single for 2023. The song is complemented by a visual representation, directed by Visionaire Pictures.

#5. BOJ – 2 Bad

After the successful rollout of his omnivorous star-studded LP Gbagada Express, BOJ steps out with something new for his fans. The singer-songwriter comes through with a new single entitled 2 Bad. With lyrics such as “If she get label, na me she go sign,” BOJ keeps being the bad boy that he is with his full chest. The singer attributes the qualities of a baddie to his love interest which, on the track, he calls his “girlfriend.” 2 Bad is Boj’s first official single for 2023.

Featured image: @peruzzi_vibes, @fireboydml/Instagram 

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