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Rema And Shallipopi Rep Their City On ‘Benin Boys’ + More New And Trending Afrobeats Music

Rema And Shallipopi Rep Their City On ‘Benin Boys’ + More New And Trending Afrobeats Music


The sun sets on Lagos, casting a warm glow over a city that pulsates with the rhythm of Afrobeats. From bustling street corners to underground clubs, the genre’s infectious energy permeates every aspect of life. Today, that energy reaches a fever pitch with a fresh wave of releases that promise to keep us moving long into the night.

From Rema and Shallipopi linking up on “Benin Boys” to Victony’s debut album “Stubborn,” this curated list provides a taste of everything Afrobeats has to offer: party anthems that will have you grooving, introspective songs that touch the soul, and hard-hitting rap that ignites social commentary.

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

#1. Rema ft. Shallipopi – Benin Boys

Fresh off several chart-topping hits, Rema joins forces with the rising star Shallipopi for “Benin Boys,” a track that’s guaranteed to become an anthem. This song is a celebration of their shared heritage, opening with a captivating blend of traditional Benin percussion and a driving Afrobeats rhythm. Rema’s smooth vocals seamlessly intertwine with Shallipopi’s infectious energy, creating a soundscape that’s both familiar and refreshingly unique. Expect infectious melodies, boastful lyrics celebrating their Benin roots, and a beat that’ll have you on your feet in no time.

#2. Asake ft. Central Cee – Wave

Asake and Central Cee are about to take you on a genre-bending adventure with “Wave.” This highly-anticipated collaboration collides the worlds of Afrobeats and UK drill, creating a sound that’s both innovative and undeniably catchy. The song opens with Asake’s signature energetic delivery, weaving seamlessly into a dark and pulsating drill beat. Central Cee then steps in with his characteristically sharp wordplay, leaving listeners wanting more. “Wave” is a testament to the power of collaboration, showcasing the magic that happens when two distinct styles collide. This one’s a surefire hit for fans of both Afrobeats and UK drill.

#3. Victony – Anita

If you’re searching for a song that will touch your soul, look no further than Victony’s latest offering, “Anita,” off his newly released debut album “Stubborn.” Victony has carved a niche for himself with his emotionally charged Afrobeats sound, and “Anita” is no exception. The song kicks off with a melancholic piano melody, setting the stage for Victony’s soulful vocals. His introspective lyrics delve into themes of love and longing, creating a powerful emotional connection with the listener. “Anita” is a beautiful song that will stay with you long after the last note fades.

#4. Black Sherif – Kilos Milos

Ghanaian rapper Black Sherif is back with another hard-hitting track, ready to set the airwaves ablaze with “Kilos Milos.” Sherif is known for his powerful delivery and captivating flow, and “Kilos Milos” is no different. It starts with an intense, driving beat that perfectly complements Sherif’s sharp lyrics. He tackles social issues and personal struggles with unflinching honesty, leaving a lasting impression. If you’re looking for a song that will get you fired up, “Kilos Milos” is a must-listen.

#5. Chike – Man Not God

Chike is a master storyteller, and with “Man Not God,” he delivers a powerful message wrapped in beautiful melodies. This introspective track explores themes of faith, resilience, and the human condition. The song hits off with a soulful piano riff and Chike’s signature rich vocals. The lyrics offer a reminder of our limitations and the importance of staying grounded. “Man Not God” is a thought-provoking track that will resonate with listeners on a deeper level. This is a perfect song for those seeking a dose of inspiration and wisdom.

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