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Davido — “Get To You” Following a 7-year wait, Davido has finally released his sophomore album, A Good Time. While the project is unsurprisingly packed with earworms, the track that immediately stands out is the refreshingly mellow love song, “Get To You”. On the track, which sounds like it would have been a perfect fit […]
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Olamide — “Choko Milo” For the past eight years, Olamide has been one of Nigeria’s most relentless artists, dropping more songs and projects than anyone else on his level. This means he always has at least one major hit on rotation at any given point in time. While he’s already dropped two songs like that […]
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