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Top 10 Nigerian songs of the month (August) 2021

Nigerian songs of the month (August) 2021

As August draws to an end, it has become our usual tradition to come up with a list of songs that were released during the month.

Below is a list of the top 10 Nigerian songs we were able to gather for the month (August) 2021.

1. Question by Burna Boy featuring Don Jazzy

This is the most trending song in Nigeria presently, majorly because it is the first time Burna Boy and Mavins label boss Don Jazzy will linking up to work on a song together.

The song started with the Grammy Award hailing Don Jazzy, who is one of the most respectable and veteran producers in the country.

Burna Boy used the song to raise many questions about himself, the country, and Africa.

Don Jazzy produced question, and you sure notice the beats were pro.

A look at the video show it was shot in a typical Nigerian slum.

2. Somebody’s son by Tiwa Savage ft Brandy

This song by Tiwa Savage and American singer Brandy can be tagged as the most romantic song of the month. It is one song meant for everyone hoping to find love with the right person someday.

The song is a track off Tiwa Savage latest EP, dubbed Water and Garri; it also appears to be the lead track and one of the most favourites of many of her fans.

3. Essence remix by Wizkid featuring Tems and Justin Bieber

It would be very wrong of us not to mention this song in our top ten for the month of August.

Essence, which has been named the song of the summer, gained more popularity after Wizkid made a remix featuring Canadian songster Justin Bieber.

This is the second time Justin Bieber worked with a Nigerian music star; he had previously worked with Burna Boy on Loved By You.

4. Let Me Know by Mayorkun

This is the first single Mayorkun popularly known as the Mayor of Lagos dropping in 2021.

The song comes on the heels of his last single titled Your Body, released towards 2020.

Let Me Know has been well received by his many fans, which come in the usual Mayorkun catchy tune.

The song was produced by Clemzy.

5. Lie by Kizz Daniel

Kizz Daniel, who is considered a Nigerian love singer, has done it again with a hit song titled Lie.

The Flyboi Inc star and father of twins remains one of the most consistent Nigerian singers who remains true to their melody and sound.

The song is a love song that would surely trend till the end of the year.

6. Drug Test by Naira Marley

This one is for all lovers of street songs as Naira Marley, the President of all Marlians in Nigerian, blessed his fans with another jam unexpectedly.

Naira Marley didn’t make any noise before releasing the song, and it caught many of his fans unawares.

Drug Test is coming ahead of Naira Marley’s most anticipated album.

7. Ojuju by Oxlade

Nigerian songster Oxlade was among the top stars to drop their first single for 2021 in August.

For those who are non-Nigerians, the term “Ojuju” means a masquerade in different Nigerian dialects.

The song was produced by DJ Coublon.

8. Ogogoro by Yemi Alade

This is another top Nigerian female singer that dropped a single in August.

Ogogoro comes few weeks after Yemi Alade released Enjoyment.

9. Beggie Beggie by Ayra Starr featuring Clay

Recall that Mavins star artist Ayra Starr recently dropped her debut album dubbed “19 & Dangerous.” Well, one of the leading tracks on the album is Beggie Beggie, where she featured Ckay

10. Sawanale by Harrysong

The Alterplate singer dropped his 2nd 2021 single titled ‘Sawanale’. This is coming after he recently dropped ‘Piom Piom Piom.’

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Nollywood veteran actor Ifeanyi Dike is dead

Chairman, Board of Trustees (BoT), Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Prince Ifeanyi Dike is dead.

He was reported to have died on Friday morning, August 27.

The handsome actor and Chairman was down with kidney disease in 2011, but God in his infinite mercies saw him through, when he underwent a successful kidney transplant in India. However, he passed on after brief illness.

 
His family members are yet to release update on his burial plans.

Ifeanyi Dike's death is coming after Nollywood actor Victor Olaotan, who had a ghastly motor accident nearly four years ago, breathed his last.

According to information gathered, Olaotan died on Thursday, August 26.

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