1st Jams: 10 songs you need to hear right now

1st Jams: 10 songs you need to hear right now

1st Jams has a massive announcement to make in the latter part of today’s edition; hence, endeavour to be attentive while reading the publication this week.


In this week’s edition of 1st Jams, we will be unveiling some of the tracks that everyone needs to give a listen to. However, before we head into the gist of this week; we will admonish our readers to go through the previous episode. Check it out here.


Haven’t gotten that out of the way, it is ideal we discuss some of the trending topics in the music sphere.


Embattled artiste, CDQ real name Sodiq Yusuf has recently released a statement to vindicate himself after he arrested by the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA for possession of an illegal substance.




The indigenous claimed in his statement that he had nothing on him; in fact, CDQ stated in a Twitter post that someone is conspiring against him.


The rapper was released on bail on Wednesday, April 14; however, more details will emerge in the coming days.


ALSO READ: Tems shares glimpse of much-talked about derriere


In a recent interview, YBNL artiste, Fireboy disclosed that he is working on his third studio album.


The talented singer-songwriter revealed that he is uncertain when the album will be released; however, he has something cooking for his fans. More details here.


At the commencement of this publication, the author admonished readers to follow through; because a life-changing announcement will be made.


Mavins records head honcho, Don Jazzy on Thursday, April 15 revealed that he was prepared to give out life-changing opportunities to music enthusiasts in the country.


Don Jazzy announced the Mavins Mentorship program, our readers see how to apply for the opening here.


Watch the video released to promote the program below.


Without further ado, it is time to unveil the 1st Jams playlist for this week. Check out the songs that you need to listen to this weekend.


  1. Dangbana Republik x Bella Shmurda– World

Dangbana Republic is Bella Shmurda’s record label. A couple of days ago, he released the single, ‘World’.


2. RemaBounce

Rema came into the limelight two years ago as a teenager; these days, he has put behind his shy personality and he has also embraced his reality as a celebrity. From talking about toys and cartoons in his earlier releases, Rema was unapologetically flaunting massive derrieres in the Mad Fury-esque music video, ‘Bounce‘.


3. Laycon x YKBFall for me

Big Brother Naija Lockdown winner, Laycon has released the music video for his single, ‘Fall for me‘.


4. Victony x Falz- Maria

Budding Nigerian artiste, Victony comes through with the visuals for the track he titles “Maria” featuring Falz taken off his debut extended play project “Saturn“.


5. B-RedLekki Roundabout

B-Red has served up the official video for his hit track “Lekki Roundabout“, directed by Stanz.


6. BOJEmotions

The Alte singer, BOJ borrows elements of R&B for “Emotions”.

Emotions”, BOJ’s latest single is a deviation from the tone and likewise texture of “Abracadabra”; forgoing the groovy feel of the latter for an ethereal sheen.


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7. Kida KudzAnimalistic

Kida Kuz’s latest single “Animalistic” finds him exploring mass incarceration; its societal implications; as well as the harmful effects it has on prisoners and their families.


8. Magnito x Poco Lee x Yvonne Jegede x Enkay- Relationships be like

Magnito is here with another bang titled “Relationship Be Like (Escape)” featuring Pocolee, Father DMW, Nappy Girl, Yvonne Jegede, Enkay as well as several other entertainers.


9. African Migos x Danagog One Time

AfricanMigos was coined from the popular American music group Migos and they have begun their Afrobeats journey with an impressive new single titled ‘One Time’ featuring HKN’s finest Danagog.


10. Wizkid x TemsEssence

The fascinating music video debuted on Friday, April 9. Wizkid’s ‘Essence’ featured Alte artiste, Tems and the single is off the 2020 project, Made In Lagos.

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