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Top 10 Singles That Rocked The First Quarter of 2015    

Posted by TX STAFF on April 13, 2015 in Editorial · 93 Comments


With bigger expectations for the entertainment year this 2015 which will result in spanking new collaborative features, album releases, tours and not forgetting the joy of parenthood; the Nigerian music industry no doubt will continue to trail blaze in it’s record breaking feats achieved.

The high influx of songs daily has made it difficult to maintain a shortlist of trending songs. Regardless, some have pulled through solely by popular demand and flavor. These are 10 singles that rocked the music charts this first quarter of 2015.

10. YBNL – Shoro Niyen ft. Olamide, Lil Kesh, Viktoh, Chinko Ekun

The YBNL crew is one label that has grown so enormously and in so short a time. When you have streets king and baddo, Olamide steering course on the ship then you know you’re in for one helluva trip. Shoro Niyen features the talented artistry of Olamide, Lil Kesh, Viktoh and their newest recruit, Chinko Ekun. The title is a Yoruba saying which suggests in meaning to be ‘not making sense’. Olamide leads the pack as they all give their expository takes on issues that do not necessarily ‘make sense’. Mr producer, Pheelz was responsible for the likeable beat and sounds just like other breaking singles from the YBNL camp.

9. Seyi Shay – Crazy ft. Wizkid

Since the emancipation of Shay on the Nigerian music scene, Deborah Joshua has continued to seal her ‘bossette’ status with every new track churned out. Seyi Shay who enjoys an envious vocal chemistry with industry colleagues including Patoranking, Sound Sultan and Timaya, picked on afro pop-star Wizkid to power her latest upbeat single Crazy. The Legendury Beats produced joint clearly expresses her desire for some crazy damn good loving and in her usual fashion, she burns things up slaying with her mezzo soprano.

8. D’Banj – Feelin’ Tha Nigga Remix ft. Akon

The entertainer businessman, D’Banj had one of the most looked forward to releases of 2014 after when video snippets had surfaced on the blogosphere showing himself and Konvict Music lead act, Akon in a studio recording session. Feelin’ Tha Nigga was the end result of that collaboration and copyright controversies couldn’t stop us from bumping to the heavy jam. D’Banj who had had a most rosy 2014 from endorsement deals to writing and performing the soundtrack for the biggest grossing black movie of the millennial era, ended the year on a high note and we were feelin’ him for sure. Production credit goes to DeeVee.

7. P-Square – Collabo ft. Don Jazzy

This is unarguably the strongest joint on the sixth studio album of Africa’s well-celebrated singing duo, P-Square. It includes the use of carefully expressed lyrical rhythms while featuring producer genius, Don Jazzy who drops some impressive melodies on the hook as well as the vamp. Collabo is directed at members/party of the opposite sex (particularly female) and is a slang substituted for the English word ‘relate’ as used in the musical context. The tuneful nature of the track allows for a showoff of the uber popular dance style – Shoki, making a decent approach with it’s jollof music genre. Produced by Oscar Herman-Ackah.

6. Masterkraft – Indomie ft. Olamide, CDQ

Talk of groove and you can bet on it that super producer, Masterkraft is always sure to deliver in his exceptional fashion. Like some people have a special craving for the popular meal, Indomie, Olamide likens it with an urge to dance (to his music). In his signature style, he drops a couple hot flows on the hook using the Yoruba dialect and still allows room for rapper, CDQ to exhibit some of his indigenous bar-spitting genius too. Masterkraft whose love for hard kicks and the floor tomb is boundless, packed enough torque in the percussion to not only get us on our feet but also keep us grinding to the beat.

5. Wizkid – Ojuelegba

Starboy Wizkid is one superstar whose rise to fame has become all too familiar with ardent fans and supporters of his movement. Off his second studio album AYO (Joy), is Ojuelegba – a strip down of his rise and rise to being the acclaimed biggest export from the shores of Africa that he is today. The tale of a successful man’s hustle is a summary of what this particular track sought to explain and it carries with it, a bold message of hope, belief and being… in what every man desires to be. Produced by Legendury Beats.

4. Davido – Owo Ni Koko

Isn’t it aptly fitting when the self-titled Omo Baba Olowo sings about money? Davido had a most inspiring and award winning year in 2014. It’s undecided if he was implying that money made it possible but even the ordinary man from a society like ours can attest to the power of money when it’s in abundance. Owo Ni Koko is better than just doing a dance. It speaks to the commoner especially and allows him a little over three minutes to be happy and dare to dream big in that temporary state of utopia. Davido certainly thought this one through and you’ve just gotta love love love this song! Produced by J Fem.

3. Di’Ja – Awww

Hadiza Blell aka Di’Ja definitely set our affection on-point balance when she vocaled on Dorobucci with lines like ‘Doro-bad, Doro-007’. She however dealt an unusual but quite unique take on Awww, a track sampled on afro beat elements playing out her phileo emotions in a boundless show. The concept of the title is such that the nature of the musical instrumentation – heavily stringed, electric riffs, horns and soft percussion with her airy alto spun into harmonies induces the effect of the whimsy sound. Very beautiful tune produced by Don Jazzy.

2. Kiss Daniel – Woju

Continuing it’s winning streak would be Kiss Daniel’s breakout single Woju, which was recently given the remix treatment featuring OBO, Davido and heavily pregnant Mavin first lady, Tiwa Savage. Woju’s melodies have not only germinated but have continued to resonate in the hearts of many music lovers across the African continent and the globe at large. Daniel’s success with Woju has strengthened the beliefs of many up-comers like him that they too can make it. Produced by DJ Coublon.

1. Korede Bello – Godwin

At the number one spot, is Godwin from Mavin’s up and coming act, Korede Bello. Backed with vocal aids and production credit from Don Jazzy, Bello treated fans to preachy high life/dance inspired single at the beginning of the year. The afro-house tune included lyrics that typical Nigerians could very well relate to and even doted a bit on the national elections that were most looked forward to. Bello and Don Jazzy improvised with some staccato adlibs that added a smooth sensational feel to the song. Since na only God-win, it’s not so much a wonder that he clinched the first position.

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  1. Ojuelegba is no 2 u bloody fools…woju is 1

  2. This list is crap

  3. Dis list no do @ all

  4. 1. Godwin… 2. Ojuelegba… 3. Woju… 4. Owo Ni Koko 5. Gift. My own view.

    • God bless u

  5. D’banj didn’t write any soundtrack or sing any soundtrack to any movie. Don’t be fooled folks! Or did you hear his song in the movie?

  6. Plz OWO NI KOKO..remain no 2..afta woju.. Everybody, every compus sing owo ni is more popular dan ojuelegba..ojuelegba is being heard within yoruba land.. Abi owo ni koko, money be d koko..if like dance pass machael jackson.. Shout out 2 obo..gud lyrics and standard beat..u always on top…

    • Nonsense

    • You all rating Woju above Godwin…Jez realize that Woju’s reign got to its peak late last year while Godwin was released In the first quater of this year…so take note and we’re talking the first quater of this year when Godwin is at its peak….and be sides the website owners worked with Stat….Jez so you know….na still #Godwin

    • Ojuelegba has gone far to the extent that drake, skepta and sakodie remixed it

  7. God win cool at number 1 spot korede all d way

  8. do no who takes d number two spot BT ojuelegba is definitely no. 1

  9. How can owo ni koko come after ojuelegba….dat wizzy”s shit is num 2 afta woju…..crap list

  10. But seriously, OJUELEGBA deserves no 1 or 2 spot. That song, not only was and id still a top downloaded Nigerian song on itunes, it is still topping many charts. Ojuelegba has been topping charts on soundcity for weeks now, but how many weeks did Owo Ni Koko survive on d chart? Nnaa seriously, i dont understand how you guys rate these things. But to me, Wizzy’s OJUELEGBA is still number one on my playlist.

    • You’all rating Woju above Godwin…Jez realize that Woju’s reign got to its peak late last year while Godwin was released In the first quater of this year…so take note and we’re talking the first quater of this year when Godwin is at its peak….and be sides the website owners worked with Stat….Jez so you know….na still #Godwin

  11. Woju is still nmbr 1….we all knw this

  12. Big up my only 1 musician Davido

  13. feeling the nikka all d way…..d prdxn d hook ol perfect,buh den he is still d legend,u cn gt dt of d boss,amdbanj!!!!! strted dat nw dey b copying

  14. big ups to bangaleee….its nt easy to gt ol haters and still deliver dope songs lyk feeling d ngga.ominiliving legend,baba to Africa music o’cover wa now

  15. this list is just wrong….Godwin shouldn’t be on that list

    • Hey do you listen to radio @ all ? .. Godwin is #1 Everywhere

      • I tink dis list is just perfect.. Basically I tink English is just a rili big problem 4 Nigerians at large cuz I just cnt imagine where sums peeps r getn deir own list from.. U pple just cum out here nd different thrash stuffs.. On wat basis should any song b above Godwin?? I almost got deaf listenin 2 godwnin at every party, radio station nd t.v station nd ur screaming gift, ojuelegba.. Mtcheeeww bunch of retards

        • This is some cwious trash talk u spitting FAM,u should really rethink ur taste of music,in what universe does Godwin come before Ojuelegba or Woju..Retard?

  16. Ow can Godwin beat woju..still laffin in swahili

    • Lol…. Luv all d song nd a big fan of Wizkid bt I fink woju shld cm b4 Godwin..

    • Yes nd hundred million times

  17. @its_princewill when and if you are ignorant you seriously have to re-read your comment… “Bother” you was a soundtrack for a high box office grossing movie “half of a yellow son” so my guy u gats chill…feeling the nigga is ‘pose to be higher tho with that wiz kid track. Godwin is not just that hyped here in calabar…. Woju deserves top spot sha

  18. 1,Ojuelegba 2,feeling the niggah and d rest cn follow……..

  19. 9ce list….after all GOD must win it aint d oda way round

  20. Godwin is hot but woju is hotter

  21. Wu wrote dis list,is he madt or currently trying to be? Where the FUCK is Burna boy’s ROCKSTAR?……….the song is currently in the top 5 west of soundcity……Fackshii

    • Of all the songs rockstar smh

      • Yes,rockstar,Godwin is a jingle compared to the Burna’s master piece……SMH all u want

  22. Who wrote this list where is d sound by davido?

  23. Wtf… How would owo ni koko be ahead of ojuelegba… Owo ni koko is not even a hit song…

  24. Wtf… How would owo ni koko be ahead of ojuelegba… Owo ni koko is not even a hit song.

  25. Fk it woju certified banga of the year ojuelegba winderful.. Those two should first 2 in any other

  26. owo ni koko should be the last

  27. You people wont stop licking don jazzy’s a$$.. how on earth is GODWIN over WOJU … or how on earth is AWW above ojuelegba,feeling d n!gga and owonikoko…

  28. waitin owo ni koko dey find there,d song no hit reach wizkid wonder talkless of ojuelegba,even olamide skelemba

  29. Goto http//

  30. Where is King Kong?

  31. No track should be above Woju……No song comes close @ all….Song of the Year.

    • Abi oooo….Rubbish List..Godwin is good but should not come near Woju…that song is a MONSTER.

  32. what is awww that dry song abeg make u help me

    • who is dry u and ure life. one of the top songs and it is different from the usuals of nowadays.
      Sade doe deserve to be in the top 4..
      what is feeling the nigga doing there. Good but not that
      Also ndomie is a song without lyrics or something meaningful. full of of nonsense. Not surprised that is olamide recently since he is trying to release an album a year and desperately needs songs no matter the content.

  33. Ojuelegba should be in the top 2 spots, and not behind d trash song “owonikoko”

    • Ma top ten iz woju,gbese,ojuelegba,king kong,yayo,godwin,awww,rockstar,collabo,fallila ketan

      • Guy u re onpoint were gbese 4 dis list

  34. Woju 1, Ojuelegba2, Owo ni koko and others sud follow

  35. Wia is lil-kesh song #gbese#

  36. Abeg Abeg…. wah of AdekunleGOLD – Sade??? D list ain’t complete oh

  37. it depends on d rating anyway but when we talk of lyrics n d most complete song of d year then Godwin is number 1, n woju is cool at number 2 but I think wizkid is currently experiencing difficulties in write stand complete lyrics. check ojuelegba lyrics n in my bed, u are inviting a lady to bed n u are saying fashola le le yi o, tinubu le me yi n even d video is opposite d song u are singing bed n u are sitting on a car n pool side. I think Psquare collabo should be number 3 n so on.

  38. Owo ni koko shuldnt be on that list

  39. Where is king kong? From the king himself @vectoorthaviper
    Mtcheeew dis list suck

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  41. wtf….were is gift by iyanya…n Wat is collabo doing on dat list

  42. Nah dis list is shit Ojuelegba nd Woju all d way d rest follows.

  43. Ojuelegba n Woju is d best while others follow

  44. fuck up guys

  45. kool

  46. Ummm! Sorry, Korede Bello is no up and coming artist! He had hits with African Princess and Cold Outside, Take note, a songs does not need to be everywhere to be a hit! So next time u say Korede is up and coming, it might be the last time I log on your site! Thanks #Coming from a renowned journalist!!!!

  47. all good but what about lil kesh #Gbese? shoro niyen was definetly not in the list for me at all

  48. Rockstar, Woju, Owo ni koko,the Sound, gbese,Godwin, Collabo, sade, ojuelegba, gift. Dats ma top 10

    • U ar there guy tanks so much

  49. Please pull off No. 10, 8 and 6… Where’s King Kong and Catapult? Where’s TIFF by Simi? Where’s SISI by Praiz?

  50. I can’t find ketapot on d list

  51. woju 1st, Godwin 2nd, niggas 3rd then the odas should follow

  52. Where is sade??????

  53. ya I like da show

  54. Kkk…buh am nt seeing my darlin

  55. This is nt true list where is king kong

  56. Where iz king kong

  57. as una dn comment bull shit na #GoDwIn…..dat song rocks more than woju…..and dats FINAL

  58. gud one,thanks.

  59. Most of u guyz only listen 2 beatz nd nt d lyrics of songz dats y some ppl are saying dat woju is above Godwin…… Trash… wat is dere in ur eye dat u want us 2 luk @ in woju

  60. Stupid post where Lil kesh gbese

  61. korede on top

  62. Sincerely speaking Godwin is good but WOJU rock more than Godwin, Woju no 1 follow by Goodwin, we are not talking about rylics or content of the song, we are here talking about the song that rock most., if you like go and kill ur self I have said my own.

  63. Godwin is d best….followed by feeling d nikka,and ojuelegba…d rest can den follow

  64. This list is rubbish jor and finally the biggest music site in Nigeria and more reasonable team don bring better list of the biggest songs of the year in Nigeria not don jazzy stupid ass leaking idiots and fools with their yamayama list. Make Una Woju oh.

  65. Hi am a wizkid completely fan,but is not as if am against d rest,but I wil advice u 2 stil listin 2 ojuelegba b4 commentin..tanx

  66. Hi am a wizkid completely fan,but is not as if am against d rest,but I wil advice u 2 stil listin 2 ojuelegba b4 commentin..tanx

  67. D list is very OK. Because u love a song doesn’t mean it no 1 everywhere. In m area owo ni koko didn’t get any Popularity bt every kid knows Godwin. Radio n tv charts hyping d song cos its just too good.

  68. D list is very OK. Because u love a song doesn’t mean it no 1 everywhere. In m area owo ni koko didn’t get any Popularity bt every kid knows Godwin. Radio n tv charts hyping d song cos its just too good.

  69. Useless list were is LiL kesh gbese most stupid list

  70. the list is ok,bt wonda y d inclusion of dbang feat akon (feelin d nigga),thumps up to u anyway

  71. the list is ok,bt wonda y d inclusion of dbang feat akon (feelin d nigga),thumps up to u anyway

  72. To me ooo ojuelagba1,expensive shit 2,godwin and others follow

  73. Wizzy Baba!!!!!!!

  74. Ojuelegba should come b4 owonikoko

  75. If the list is appropriate y’all won’t comment so they dished this to upset wiz kid fans because he has the biggest fan base its strategy .

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