8 Nigerians Tell Us The Nigerian Songs They Have On Their Sex Playlist

March 8, 2021

Some people hear a voice in their head when they think and some people just don’t. In the same way, some people need to listen to music when having sex and those who don’t.

If you are part of the former and you’re a Nigerian, then you likely need a selection of Nigerian songs that are relatable which you can listen to when having coitus. To help on this front, we spoke to eight Nigerians on the Nigerian songs they have in their sex playlist and the answers are fascinating.

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Vee.

Ma Pariwo by Zinolessky 

It’s like Neighbours Know My Name by Trey Songz but in Yoruba. It’s a great sex song, not too slow but with a steady beat.

Ayo.

Tipsy by Odunsi The Engine feat RAYE and Rock Your Body by Burna Boy.

These mostly because I can picture myself moving to them, either dancing or having sex.

Lola.

Chineke Meh by Ezi Emela 

It sounds like a Christian song of someone calling God but it’s about a girl screaming God’s name as her partner touches her.

Aisha.

Tattoo by Fireboy DML

The song has this power that makes me feel super loved and confident with my skin and the skin of my lover.  

Nnanna.

Right Now by Seyi Shay

This song is on my sex playlist because it is a mood setter.

G-Sting.

Sad U Broke My Heart by Amaare

This song feels like having one of the best sex of your life with a toxic ex. You know it’s bad for you but you’re enjoying the fuck out of yourself.

Dammy.

Fores by Tay Iwar. 

Adding this song because it sets the mood and is perfect for back shots. 

Temple.

Like Me – Jess ETA and SGaWD

The tempo is right, with excellent lyrics, vocals with the texture of velvet.

Freaky – Santi

Love that the lyrics depict a mixture of enjoying guilty pleasures and lovelorn yearning.

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