Have you ever listened to a song with two different artists on it and gone, “Yes! We need more of that”? For us, it’s a yes. We’ve listened to the artists on this list and wanted more: features, singles, a joint album, or anything that can quench our thirst. Here are a few Nigerian music collaborations that left us wanting more.
Wande Coal and Melvitto
Melvitto and Wande did the Lord’s work when recording Gentility. They whet our appetite with that song and now we want more!
Burna Boy and Wizkid
Are we asking for too much if we beg the Nigerian G.O.A.Ts to give us a joint album? Probably yes, but we’re going to ask anyway. Burna and Wizkid already gave us Ginger and B. d’Or, which proves they work well together.
Amaarae and Tay Iwar
The fact that Amaarae and Tay Iwar don’t have music together is upsetting us and our homegirls because their voices sound like what great sex feels like. The people need baby-making music, and we know they’re the best duo to deliver.
Asa and The Cavemen.
Asa and The Cavemen teased us with snippets of the times they spent together, and it’s obvious they cooked up a storm because look at the musical masterpiece that is Good Times. We need more from them. Asa and The Cavemen, please, get to work.
Tiwa Savage and Davido
If you’ve listened to Park Well but you disagree with this, we want you to know that you’re a hater. Tiwa and Davido have given us Park Well and Tanana, and we need them to give us some more music together.
LeriQ and Burna Boy
There’s no one LeriQ can’t create madness with, but there’s only one person LeriQ can recreate Comment Tu T’appelle and Turn Up with. We’re willing to take our sacrifices to a T-junction to make this happen.