Music is like a drug and “Tunes Dey” is the pharmacy where you get the right medications. Every music lover needs each dose of our carefully selected episodes to keep them in shape, trust me.
So, this episode of “Tunes Dey” is top-notch and will keep you in high spirits as you navigate through your task for the week.
A cup of tea, some slice of bread, an earpiece to your ears listening to ”Tunes Dey” is quite orgasmic, trust me, you would smile throughout the week because we did a nice job in keeping you 100.
This episode of “Tunes Dey” features several artists across Africa with diverse and unique sounds, mostly undiscovered and undiluted.
Well, let’s stop bragging and show you how beautiful this episode of “Tunes Dey” is.
1. ON THE RADAR- SHUN HYBRID
I can proudly say Africa, Nigeria especially is the moon that gives the stars (other continents) light to shine.
Greece producer, Juliano teams up with this upcoming music act who hails from Aba to create something timeless, “On The Radar.”
“On The Radar” is a modern hardcore rap, with a touch of “British” in it.
This is not a regular rap song, this is so lit, “hotter than the burning bush.”
2. STILL PAPPING- ELREPGH
This is pure vibes, you can’t listen to this and still be moody.
This Ghanaian-themed music will surely get you tapping your feet and shaking your body as you try to figure out your task for the week.
“Still Papping” is Tunes Dey prescription, 10x a week. lmao!
3. MDRA (MEN DEY RUN AM)- DANDIZZY
Man! You need to listen to this, I bet you would put it on repeat for the rest of this year or till eternity.
“MDRA” is quite amusing but, it points out the reality of life.
Ok, let’s not say much about the lyrics, let’s talk about the beat and how this Port Harcourt guy navigates around this 1da Banton’s production, trust me we would sleep here.
You won’t get over this, even if you are depressed.
4. THE MOST- BEY T
Wait! Before you listen to this, go get some paracetamol because you will have a severe headache from behaving like an agama lizard. lmao!
Bey T knows this music thing but, she is quite underrated, no caps!
“THE MOST” is definitely enchanting, you will catch yourself engaged to the beat, lyrics, and the way this lady flows, (sips agbo).
5. DON’T TOUCH- KROXX
This is addictive, Kroxx put a lot of effort into this, he deserves accolades.
In this beautiful music, Kroxx expresses his affection for the woman of his dreams.
His voice is so perfect for this perfectly woven beat.
6. KILODE- WORLASI & DRVMROLL
Truly is a spiritual thing, it doesn’t require your language, tribe or continent.
This is evident on”Kilode“, a Ghanaian and a Yoruba guy team up to create timeless music.
7. CLOSER- HEADGURL
This babe no be HeadGurl for nothing, she sabi abegi.
Listen and see for yourself. Africa is blessed with amazing talents.
8. FAIRY TALE- LAIK
Love songs are so beautiful when emotions are put in.
This goes for Laik, his emotions are reflected in the debt of his sweet voice.
9. A SONG FOR YOU- BANKE
OMG! Banke is a show-off jor, lol!
Her voice is so amazing, I wish she would be featured in one of these Disney themed movies.
The way she expresses herself is amazing.
10. SING!- GOLDEN BOY
This is perfect, just like palm wine at the bottom of a jug. The best was saved for the last.
Golden Boy is extremely gifted and he proves that on this emotional single.
He sings about his passion, “na only when I hold mic I dey feel alive”. Musicians can relate.
This prescription is best enjoyed after you return from work, have a cold bath. You just lay in your bed, lost in this beautiful music.
I know you enjoyed this volume of “Tune Dey.”
The song on today’s edition is a testament that Africa is blessed with great talents and most of them are yet to be discovered.
So What’s your best track on this episode of Tunes Dey?
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