The Mayor is returned. Last year, he was “Back In Office,” the title of his sophomore studio album. And currently, his become a certified loner releasing an Amapiano pop-infused cut littered with his present state of mind titled — “No Competition.” Asake’s tapestry has been frequently unleased with a similar sonic template which continues to birth him potential bangers, and with “Peace Be Unto You,” he has a back burner for the streets.
CKay has grown hotter. He is now testing new sonic waters and walking the Amapiano path alongside a slew of artiste, Focalistic, Davido, and Abidoza. Perhaps, he is craving to entice a new audience. The American Chris Brown had Wizkid’s effort on his super appealing pop-infused “Call Me Everyday,” which is a tow that unveils his interest towards his woman as Wizkid compliments everything the song comes with, he is heavy on romance.
Also, Ruger continues his career run with a deluxe version of his sophomore Second Wave EP dished out last year. And finally, BOJ quickly returns with “See Me,” the first single after he dished out his star-studded sophomore project — “Gbagada Express.”
Other notable releases this week include songs from Ayra Starr, Eugy, Oxlade, Ugoccie, SuperWozzy, Tay Iwar, and more.
Friday has become the de-facto release day in the music industry, and a plethora of tracks vie to become the soundtrack of that weekend and beyond. Sifting through it all every Friday morning can be overwhelming for many listeners, so we compile some highlights every week.