Top 10 New Music Releases Of The Week: Paul Play Dairo, Iceberg Slim, Tito Da Fire, Kid Blaize, Timi Kay, Mish And More

Music in Nigeria is filled with excitement and thrills and the good news is that it is taking over the world! While we can predict that musch, it is impossible to say the next trend that will rule the airwaves as the Azonto craze as started fizzling out. Anyways, checkout this week’s Top 10 New Releases, make sure you download and listen.

Chize – Asam-Pete + With This Ring

Chize, port-Harcourt&#39s burning sensation set to dominate the music scene in Nigeria. His first ever single “Definition” which gave him initial Love from fans in Rivers State and was closely followed by “Rock&#39 A Baby” which trended on social media. Now out with two master hits, “Asam-Pete” and “With This Ring,” he definitely has found a comfortable sitting in the music scene.

Listen to Chize + Asam Pete
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Kid-Blaize – Music Is The Weapon

Since the release of “Nekwa” which featured stand out act Ba&#39yboy, Kid Blaize has been in the kitchen and is ready to dish out what has been cooking.
Fela samples, self-production and tight flows, Bad boy Blaize gives us this hard track, titled “Music is the Weapon.” Sound stuff from the 17year old all in anticipation of his debut mixtape “Young Black & Gifted”

Listen to Music Is The Weapon
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OC Nicotine – Today

Fast Rising Artiste PR hub turn label &#39HotBillz Nation&#39 officially unveils its very first Artiste &#39OC Nicotine.&#39
Here&#39s his very first offerring under the new platform.. He teams up with Producer &#39Chordratic Beats&#39 to deliver a hit! Heading straight to the clubs… this definitely would set your weekend on roll.
Listen to Today

Kay – Ngwo Ngwo

Ndutimi “Timi Kay” Kei, born and raised in Port Harcourt, is a lover of all forms of music, he discovered his passion for rap in his teenage years, a passion he quickly developed. He released his first mix tape “Hold Your Applause” in 2012 which gained notable success, since then his fame has spread considerably around Port Harcourt and throughout the south. “Ngwo Ngwo” is his debut single being released under his new management. The track was produced by Kevin Xavier and is a guaranteed club-thumper.
Listen to Ngwo Ngwo
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Mish – Go And Marry

Mish Presents his latest single “Go and Marry” a humourous song with an advice for guys. The song was produced by Reflex Sound.

Listen to Go And Marry
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GT The Guitarman – No Fear

Self produced offering from the brilliant singer, to his sister. GT the Guitarman says “Watching my one and only sister Opeyemi get married inspired this song. Wanna wish her a happy married life.”

Listen to No Fear

Paul Play Dairo – Best Thing

Paul Play is due to drop the remix of “Renegade” featuring Young Jeezy, but while we wait on that, here’s “Best Thing.” Enjoy!

Listen to Best Thing

Iceberg Slim Featuring Sean Tizzle – Around The World

Rapper Iceberg Slim gets back from his hiatus with a new joint featuring rave of the moment Sean Tizzle. Hit the download button!

Listen to Around The World

Oga Sir – Yes Sir/No Sir

Humorous joint by rapper “Oga Sir” where he paints the picture of the cat and mouse game between boys and police in the street.

Listen to Yes Sir/No Sir

Tito Da Fire Featuring Jaywon & Joe-L  – We Run Things + Celebration Day Featuring Mo’Cheddah & Harrysong

Few weeks back OAP Tito Da Fire served us two hot collaborations, “Pour Me Water” with LKT and “Bring ur Lovin Back” ft Vector which got an astonishing reception from music lovers all around the globe. In a bid to satisfy fans with more HOT releases, Tito Da Fire is releasing another set of massive collaborations: “We Run Things” and “Celebration Day”

Listen to We Run Things + Celebration Day



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