Update your playlist with these songs and add some positive vibes to your life today.
In this edition of update your playlist, we’ve curated songs you can listen to when you are strolling to class or minding your own business on campus or at work.
They will bring some positive energy and get you hyped for the day.
Nadia Rose – Skwod
This English rapper comes with a whole new flavour you will fall in love with. From her flow and character, this young rapper is here to take the game a few notches higher. Switching between genres on this song, Nadia will have you replaying Skwod for a very long time.
Batuk – Move
The house music duo Spoek Mathambo and Manteiga from Johannesburg South Africa have outdone themselves on this track. This is one of those tunes that remind you to always be proud of who you are. Rave on that feel good vibe that will keep you moving as the duo insistently remind you why your feet must just dance for the fun of life.
Thornato ft. Zongo Abongo – ‘Back It Up’
New York-based Swedish music connoisseur features Ghanaian Afropop artist on this dance production that curates different cultures and tradition into contemporary experiences; this song has Zongo Abongo satisfy a craving for Afropop-dancehall fused beat as he flows in his trademark tone, underlined by incredible strings that will send most on the dancefloor.
Kwasi Arthur – Anthem
On this song, Kwesi Arthur proves that he is full of soul and passion. This song despite being a jam talks about loyalty, friendship and hustling. It’s the kind of motivating you need all day long. We are all some sort of problem. We know!
Simi – Original Baby
The Nigerian Princess responsible for bringing us some of the most relatable songs does it again on this song. If you hold your originality as a badge, then this is a song for you. This record is production perfection. Definitely going to be your new favourite song.
Nkumu Katalay – Congo4U
What would you play Congolese Rhumba sounds fused with funk to? This Congolese artist has managed to craft a unique sound that revolves around popular African genre with American funk in a track that is an ode to his motherland, this song will have you appreciate one’s gift and respect for his background as you jam to the great percussions on here.
Let’s know if the comments below if you have more songs you want us to check out