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Victony Enlists Rema And Don Toliver To Give ‘Soweto’ A Fresh Sound + More Trending New Afrobeats Songs

Victony Enlists Rema And Don Toliver To Give ‘Soweto’ A Fresh Sound + More Trending New Afrobeats Songs

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The first quarter of 2023 is wrapping up really nicely as Afrobeats artistes keep delivering memorable bops. Starting off the list of releases this week is Victony who released the remix to the Tempoe-produced hit, Soweto featuring Rema and American rapper, Don Toliver. The addition of these two A-list artistes to an already great track shattered its limits.

Ajebo Hustlers are not catching a break either. The singing duo is back with a new song titled You Go Know just three months after the release of their Bad Boy Etiquette EP. We’ve curated this list of the best and trendiest five songs to get the party started this weekend.

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

#1. Victony ft. Rema, Don Toliver – Soweto (Remix)

In the past few days, a series of Soweto Remix snippets with artistes like Omah Lay, CKay, and Don Toliver surfaced online and we were unsure who Victony was finally going to remix the song with. Fast forward to Wednesday, the singer released the official remix of the infectious banger featuring American singer, Don Toliver and Afrobeats golden boy, Rema. On the Soweto remix, Don Toliver and Rema added the needed seasoning to the track. They both delivered, flowing seamlessly on the mellifluous instrumentation of the track, provided by one of the most talented beatmakers in the Nigerian music industry, the one and only Tempoe.

#2. Ajebo Hustlers – You Go Know

Ajebo Hustlers have come through with a new single titled You Go Know. The dynamic duo opens their 2023 chapter after a spectacular outing in the previous year. On You Go Know, the lyrics highlight the struggle of the duo who consistently work hard to make a living and the dedication that is required to succeed in life. The catchy chorus “I believe in myself, all your doubt opari opari o” emphasizes the message Ajebo Hustlers are trying to convey, which is that success will always come to those who work hard and believe in themselves.

#3. Lil Kesh – Good Bad Boy

As we close the first quarter of the year, YAGI Entertainment head honcho, Lil Kesh opens his 2023 account with a new single titled Good Bad Boy. On Good Bad Boy, Lil Kesh paints the situation of an insatiable woman who demands too much from a man, hence the song’s title. With lyrics such as: “She wants a gangster that is a pastor, she wants all in one,” the rapper-cum-singer also hinted at the pros of imperfection and satisfaction. The song is produced by IBKisSleek, mixed and mastered by Vtek.

#4. Iyanya – Plans

Following the release of the star-studded One Time remix with Tekno and Mayorkun, Iyanya pulls another track off his hat. This time, the gifted singer-songwriter delivers an affectionate new single entitled Plans. With lyrics such as “oh my baby is it love your looking for, but e be like say love is not enough, you should let me know if e don dey choke,” Iyanya paints a situation of love gone sour. Plans serves as Iyanya’s second offering for the year. The song is co-produced by Reward Beatz and Xtofa.

#5. Nonso Amadi ft. Zinoleesky – Lock Up

Heralding the release of his highly anticipated debut album, Canada-based Nigerian singer-songwriter, Nonso Amadi releases a new single off the project. The song is titled Lock Up and it features Marlian Music wunderkind, Zinoleesky. On Lock Up, Nonso Amadi is that stubborn side guy who’s not letting his love interest go, in spite of the fact that she has a boyfriend. Zinoleesky supports the situation with his sultry vocals, he sings over the mellifluous instrumentation of the track with lyrics such as, “tell your guy make him lock up, say the main man don come, e no go make sense if him fvck up.” The song is co-produced by Nonso Amadi and P. Prime. Victony Soweto Remix

Featured image: @heisrema, @vict0ny/Instagram @DonToliverMedia/Twitter


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