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Who Get Ear Vol. 89: Here are 10 songs you need to play this week

Here is ‘Who Get Ear,’ Pulse’s weekly compilation of the 10 songs you need to play.

It’s been an impressive week that has culminated in a coin of two opposite sides; Davido‘s album roll-out continues while Stefflon Don gave us a show we will always remember for a lot of things. Last week, we featured Flash, Muyiwa Akhigbe, Zahzah, MEJI, Idahams and SamvsTheKids.

This week, we feature Wale Kwame, Jinmi Abduls, Olumba and so forth.

You can listen to the songs below;

Jaiye IV featuring Baby Boy and Buju – FOREIGN

He just released his 6-track EP, Pick A Side that is filled with low-tempo vibes. On this one, he documents the things that make life good. The beat is just beautiful and so is that hook.

Zigiq – African Mama

On this uptempo afro-house/EDM track, Anaconda Records act, Zigiq document a tall, curvy and beautiful woman.

Olumba featuring Noon and Omolade – Take Control

This joint was put together by producer, Olumba. Asides how the beat borrows from the deep of LatinX sounds with in percussion and guitar-heavy production, Noon and Omolade murdered it with tales of love. Shout-out to Noon for that hook.

Wale Kwame – JORO

After releasing ‘All Over You’ earlier in the year and featuring on a song with DB Records act, Cheeky Chizzy, Wale Kwame returns with this Shizzi-produced number.

Reggie – Price

A vibe-dancehall song about love and indecision, Reggie comes through.

Jinmi Abduls – Babaye

An afro-house might seem risky for Jinmi Abduls, but for an artist still in development, one must applaud his ability to explore his artistry and versatility. Also important is how he’s being patient with himself – kudos to his team.

When you watch his media appearances and the branding around him, you know that effort has gone into him. When this boy releases the album after he blows, it will be sumptuous. What a song this ‘Babaye’ is. This kid is going to be a star.

Angelight – Game Changer

You can play the song HERE.

This one is a gospel song about God’s power to occasion change.

Omolade – Pekele Pekele

Produced by Olumba, this one is a vindictive song about the haters. It is also built on a beautiful beat.

Ebiere – I AM

Ebiere, Award winning recording artiste and songwriter. This heartfelt songs speaks about God’s presence and the glory and the blessings of his presence.

RADICAL77 – Boom Boom

Don’t be fooled, this is wash music.


Your Nightmare!!! King Himself. Hope You Are Ready For Me!!

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