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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. Gonaboy – Abele

Gonaboy’s compelling lyrics delve into our everyday struggles and vigor to make it, resonating with listeners on a deep and personal level. 

2. Yaba Buluku Boyz ft Harmonize – Lala

The collective comes through again with another club banger. This song confirms their consistency in delivering amazing dance songs. Harmonize’s verse brings a welcomed mellow vibe to a vibrant production.

3. Nemzzz – FYP

This song has got me moving my body all weekend and I believe I’ve mastered the shoulder bop right about now. A great recommendation for your drill playlists.

4. Maya Blu – Antidote

Maya serenades her lover and refers to them as her “antidote” in a way to lay their insecurities to rest and guarantee that she’s theirs for as long as fate allows it.

5. Ayox – Humble Cry

Ayox reminisces about his past and how far he’s come and prays to his Deity to strengthen his resolve to maintain his core values as he progresses in life.

6. Orezi – One Call Away

The Chocolate Daddy comes through with a track for those exclusive playlists. IYKYK. Orezi assures his partner that not even distance can dull his affection and all she has to do is to pick up the phone.

7. Maya Amolo Ft Xenia Manasseh- Love Letters

Maya Amolo is one artist you fall in love with when you get introduced to her. She delivers a great track as always. The Xenia Manasseh feature is just the cherry on the top.

8. Toby Grey – Honey & Spice

Toby Grey’s sultry vocals on a vibrant yet calm production are enough to make you fall in love with this track. 

9. Unknown T & Odumodublvck – WELCOME TO MY STRIP

With hard-hitting productions and the lyrical mastery flow from Unknown T, this is easily one of my favorite drill songs of the year. Odumodublvck’s verse delivered as always.

10. Supa Gaeta – You I Dey Want

10 seconds into this song, you already know this song will have a permanent spot on your playlist. The trumpets included in the production, Supa Gaeta’s laid-back flow and non-convoluted diction make this track a masterpiece.

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.

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