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Saturday, 28 April 2018

10 OFFICIAL HIT MUSIC FOR THE WEEKEND




 PEBSM 1O OFFICIAL HIT MUSIC FOR THIS WEEKEND 

We have the list of songs you might decide to play this weekend,The list of songs below are selected according to the Hit they made,enjoy

10.   Power Glide-Rae Sremmurd ft.Juicy J




 The  elease of Rae Sremmurd ‘s SremmLife 3 triple-disc album,The Mississippi duo release their new “Powerglide” video,which features them incorporating some serious car culture with Juicy J.
Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi drive around a parking garage in some Southern-style
vehicles that contain extra large rims and eventually make their way to the roof.

While some of the girls twerk outside of one of the parked cars, we also see Lee
singing his vocals on top of one of the vehicles’ hoods. Jxmmi also delivers his
fiery verse as he sits passenger seat while the driver speeds in circles on top of
the building. There’s also a cameo from EarDrummers’ label head Mike Will Made-It. By the end, Juicy J makes his way onto the roof, where he spits some hardcore rhymes as he surrounds himself with beautiful women. The original song samples Three 6 Mafia’s “Side 2 Side” record from 2005.

“Powerglide” is a solid preview of what fans can expect from SremmLife 3 , as
the triple album will have one disc featuring Swae Lee, one featuring Slim Jxmmi and the last featuring the duo together.
And "Power Glide" becomes our number 10 song on the list.

9 Stir Fry-Migos


While the record reps ATL trap
hard, the video for the single “Stir Fry” pays homage to another culture
entirely.
Co-directed by Sing J. Lee and the trio’s own Quavo, the clip takes its
influence from old school kung-fu gangster films. The Migos run a
small Stir Fry Restaurant, a job which mainly entails playing mahjong in
a back room with Pharrell (who produced the track). When they learn
one of their enforcers, Sister 13, has betrayed them for a rival, the
group goes to confront their scar-faced nemesis in his own food joint.
In the end, it’s a three-on-one brawl, and on these streets, snitches
don’t get stitches, they get their tongue cut out of their head. Check It out this weekend. 

8. Bobo-Mayorkun ft. Davido


No wonder the song was so quick to rise on top of charts across Africa. Just 5
minutes after the song was release, it was already on the number 1 spot on Itunes
chart. Incredible, isn’t it?

Lyrically, the song mirrors the mind of Nigerian youths when it comes to love
and relationships. Indeed, with money man is never ugly “ na money be fine
bobo “. The song was almost flawless untill Davido came on with a line in his verse saying “ Me am not from ghetto, But na me dey run your ghetto “. Oh really?
From my own point of view I think ‘Bobo’ by Mayorkun is a great way to usher in his musical career in 2018.
Though some music critics has taken this up with me by saying Mayorkun would have done a much better song, having sang Mama which was one of the songs that topped charts in 2017.
…So, it was given number 9

7. Bartier  Cardi

Cardi B’s follow-up to her lovable surprise smash “ Bodak Yellow”
is even more audacious, a defiant dispatch that trades on power a No. 1 debut can provide. “Bartier Cardi,” featuring 21 Savage, builds on the momentum and promise of its predecessor, full of the same controlled aggression and unflappable slick talk. Her words crack and wallop, imposing her will, as she settles comfortably into the lap of luxury. Every stride she takes is an emphatic one.

6. Look Alive-BlocBoy JB ft. Drake


The Memphis rapper BlocBoy JB broke out last summer on the
squealing “ Shoot,” which started a local dance craze in his
hometown. He continued to build momentum with his January
viral hit “ Rover,” which was buzzing enough to get Drake’s
attention. Now, they’ve released “Look Alive,” a mutually
beneficial collaboration that brings the best out of both parties.
Drake has strong curatorial instincts and he’s often used them to
signal-boost a song from seemingly outside his orbit—think Migos’
“ Versace,” iLoveMakonnen’s “ Tuesday,” or WizKid’s “ Ojuelegba.”
A Drake co-sign brings greater exposure, but sometimes he gets
the better of the deal: He’ll catch an artist at the crest of their
moment, soaking up their spotlight and restoring his own form.
When done right, as it is here, everyone wins.

5.  Science Students


In an attempt to get creative and to avoid the drug abuse criticism, Olamide
dished out a movie-like video for his monster hit single, “ Science Student ” and
ever since it has attracted mixed reactions from fans.
With over 500k views, just 24hrs after the video was released, it is no doubt, the
video will get millions of views in few weeks/months to come and that is
definitely more money for Olamide.
Kudos to Olamide , the costume was on point, the set was totally dope and the
visual quality is top-notch. It not contestable that this video will rake millions of
cash and awards for the YBNL boss.

4.  Soco-Starboy ft. Wizkid,Spotless,Terri,Ceeza Milli


The “Soco” which starts and end with a minimal of 4;15mins, is another
exciting song which starts which the Hymn vibes as wizkid sings and
serenade to the song and flows towards reaching the song standard and
soco ride.SOCO is currently The Most Collaborated Joint hit song in
Nigeria. The song Features Ceeza Milli, Spotless, Terri & Wizkid, Produced
by Northboi.

3. God's  Plan-Drake

“God’s Plan” initiates with an enigmatic, major-key, driving
rhythmic synth. Drake begins mumbling on the intro (“Yeah they
wishin’ and wishin’ and wishin’…”). Eventually, the intro returns
later, on the bridge. Drum programming enters in on the second
half of a melodic first verse that is more singing as opposed to
pop-rapping. The chorus ends up being more pop-rap oriented
compared to the first verse. A bridge follows the chorus,
incorporates the intro (as aforementioned) as well and some
instrumental variations.
The second verse goes a bit harder than the first. The production
digs in more as does Drake, with a more aggressive approach. A
second chorus follows, then the bridge. The form is pretty
straightforward, as is the record itself. 
Ultimately, “God’s Plan” proves to be an enjoyable record. It’s not
necessarily game changing, but certainly well-conceived, well-
performed, and well-produced.  Worthwhile by all means.

2. Nowo- Dj Spinall ft. Wizkid


Coming off a widely received and successful album DREAMS, The unstoppable
DJ Spinall teams up with Star Boy Boss and unarguably Africa’s biggest music
export, Wizkid on his latest single titled “ NOWO“ The track was produced by TheCAPMusic’s very own producer Killer Tunes responsible for producing Manya, Yeba & other hit tracks.The song was mixed and mastered by STG.

1. Nice For What-Drake


Drake’s new song, “Nice for What,” is engineered for a good time. A happy
Drake is a high-functioning Drake, and when he has a smile on his face, his music is at its best. While “Nice for What” has Drake doing Drake things—shit-talking, goofy flirting, and sad-sacking—there’s a notable lightness in his step, a clarity in his voice. He’s so endearing and energetic here, that when he implores his listener or lover to, “Hit the club, gotta make that ass jump,” you start putting on your best going out shirt. A lot of that power comes from how smoothly he handles the impeccable production from Murda Beatz: Powered by a sliced-and diced vocal sample from Lauryn Hill’s “Ex Factor,” clips from Big Freedia, and crisp drums, it’s the kind of beat that stands alone as a fantastic piece of hip-hop machinery. But Drake makes it really work with his smooth and joyful delivery. Combined with a vibrant video—featuring Tiffany Haddish, Tracee Ellis Ross, the Internet’s Syd,Letitia Wright, and a whole lot of other famous women—“Nice for What” adds up to what is one of Drake’s most complete releases in some time. It’s hip-hop spectacle at its very best: pure fun and star power.And it makes it the number 1 on the list.

by: Marvellous Ifeanyichukwu

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