On Rotation: Songs You Need In Your Life This Week
Every week, the iMullar staff rounds up ten songs we cannot stop listening to, thus forming the weekly list of songs known as “On Rotation.” You heard these recommendations here first. From the UK to Nigeria, each track from this week’s selections is guaranteed to be a vibe.
1. Baby – Aya Nakamura
The French-Malian pop singer started the new year with an announcement about her next album “DNK” which is out for release on Jan 27, the announcement was accompanied by the lead single “Baby”.
2. All About You – Runtown
The Sound God’s third album reprises his basic blueprint on thirteen songs, with peak Afrobeats performance on the stand-out tune “All About you”.
3. We Caa Done – Popcaan Ft Drake
On his new single, his translucent voice and style limit Drake’s impact, reminding his OVO boss just how important he is to the roaster. Making the first release of his next album a summer-like bop, the song is also produced by Tresor.
4. New Chapter – Gee Baller
Baller is no stranger to rap’s history, he is familiar with the genre’s demands and on “New Chapter”, his rattling traditionalism is as loud as ever on a classic-like production.
5. Burn My Cable – Ajebo Hustlers
The Nigerian duo’s chemistry flourishes again on their new EP, playing around sounds that root back to Afrobeats. “Burn my cable” weaves through elements of Drill & Afrobeats, and the duo’s touch completes the infectious tune.
6. Amina – Mavin Records
Probably the hottest music Roaster on the continent, Mavin’s full-length album hoards an elegantly composed brand of ambient Afro songs, blended with other genres, they birthed a groovy “Afro-piano” tune. You can’t hear “Amina” and not move.
7. Cougar – Sarkodie Ft LOJAY
Africa’s most decorated rapper links up with Lojay on a GuiltyBeatz production to pack more melodies into the record, they both work equally to make a first-time collab an anthem.
8. Santorini – DJ Tunez Ft D3an
Both DJs have been playing around Amapiano’s genes for some time now, and on their joint collaboration, their effort reeks of profoundly detailed production, serving us an all-instrumental record with enough space to host a dance floor.
9. Wowo – Minz
The song has received much attention since BNXN fka Buju freestyled to it, Minz’s lyricism steals the show here despite a matching production, this reveals more depth on every listen, making the viral song a potential banger.
10. In The Middle – Leil Ft Buju
Empire’s album which features all signees of the American distribution label is filled with star-studded performances, and one of them happens to be Morocco’s Leil, whose collaboration with Buju refines duet in afrobeats music.
On Rotation is your weekly dose of musical geniuses to your library. Our editors update this playlist frequently, so if you see something you like, go ahead and add it to your library.