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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. Kofi Bruce – Popular Stranger

Kofi Bruce establishes his place in the afro-alternative music scene with his silky voice and unique lyrical style.

2. Big Yasa, Milashe P13 – Real

Big Yasa is leading the charge as one of the best drill artists from Kenya. On this track, he showcases a unique flow and lyrical prowess in a way that only he can.

3. Rjz – Bread Winner

The classical instrumental at the beginning is like a calm before the storm. After the 30-second mark, Rjz switches the tempo with hard-hitting flows and rhymes reminding us of how good of a lyrical beast he truly is.

4. Tolani & Qdot – I Believe

The two contrasting styles of this duo make this a very interesting track. Tolani brings a mellow tone complementing Qdot’s vibrant vocals and style. The vocal synergy in the chorus is just beautiful to listen to. 

5. Ayzon, Lady Donli – Na Die

Lady Donli always brings a different approach to a beat, making unpredictability one of the reasons why we look forward to any release or feature from her. On this track, she brings a different vibe, creating a head-bopping, infectious track for all of us.

6. YellowStraps – blue (yes, i love you) [feat. Sofiane Pamart)

Ah garage music, what a beautiful chaotic sound you are. YellowStraps comes through with another dope garage track for all the ravers and Sound System fans this season. 

7. Y’akoto – Dreambug

Y’akoto speaks on this journey we call life. She reiterates that as she continues to pursue her dreams amidst her doubts and imperfections, she is still that girl and will see it through no matter what.

8. Cool V – Pele

Cool V comes through with a seductive sound for all the players and bad boys in the streets. Don’t believe us? Just peep the track name.

9. Asante Phenix – King

Asante’s vocals is wrapped in a like soundscape as he delivers catchy and hard-hitting flows over an entrancing Afro-House style production.

10. Reablaq, SevenKizs – Call On Me

Here we are again. Love and Assurance, are two solid pillars in a relationship. The duo express to their lovers, that no matter what and when they need them, all they have to do is just call on them. The vocal synergy between the two artists is just beautiful to hear. 

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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