The music industry has come a long way and has certainly done a whole lot better. We are going to drop a list of some of the songs that helped shape the sound of modern Nigerian songs and laid a solid foundation.
- Free Madness (Ginjah Your Swwagah) by Terry G
This song had Terry g mumbling his way through the lyrics while freestyling on a beat he made for another artist. Wonder how artists started mumbling their lyrics, it is safe to say this artist started it.
- E No Easy By P-Square Ft J Martins
This is a song that was revived as a bilingual French/English song “Positif” by Matt Houston featuring P-Square in 2012 becoming a hit in France.
- Bumper To Bumper By Wande Coal
This song , is one of the best and most popular songs off Wande Coal’s debut solo album “MUSHIN 2 MO’HITS (M2M)”. The song showcases wande coal’s unique talent, one he has built and improved on over the years.
- You Bad Wande Coal ft D’Banj
This song is one of the hit tracks of Wande Coal’s Mushin To Mohit’s album.
- Strong thing by Banky W
This is an R&B song by Nigerian musician and actor Banky W, from his 2009 studio album, The W Experience.
- Omoge You too Much By Banky W Ft Wizkid
This also an amazing track from the album the W Experience.
- Fall in Love By D’banj
This song was sung by Nigerian recording artist and harmonica player D’banj. It serves as a single from his third studio album, The Entertainer.
- Gbona Feli Feli By D’Banj ft Don Jazzy
This song showcasing was Dbanj and Don Jazzy at their combined best.
- So pe tie by Wande Coal
This Track is one of the latest song of that time that both young and old could use to be grateful to God in a hip hop manner.
- Olorun Maje by D’Banj
This is a track from the album, “Entertainer’ Which is in reference to D’Banj’s skill as an entertainer.