Top 10 Nigerian songs of the month (May) 2021

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Nigerian songs month (May) 2021

All the Top 10 Nigerian songs of the month (May) 2021

The month of May in the music industry would be remembered for quite a several songs. It also came with a piece of a song that saw a 1-year-old getting a feature and a famous singer moving from secular to gospel music.

Kemi filani News has been able to come up with a list of trending songs;

  1. Rock by Olamide
    The song came with a different style from the YBNL boss and is a pacesetter for his next album dubbed ”UY Scuti” set to be released a few days later.

The song comes with a mid-tempo tune which is similar to Olamide’s hit single Greenlight, which was released in 2020.

The Rock was produced by Eskeez.

  1. Outside by Buju

Newcomer Buju kicked started 2021 with a powerful song that has seen him trend on social media.

Outside is a mid-tempo song with a lot of motivational words that speak about not giving up.

Outside was produced by Blaise Beatz.

  1. Feeling by Ladipoe ft Buju

Ladipoe, in his first song of the year, poured out how he felt in the song in which he featured Buju.

The song speaks about gratitude irrespective of the situation and circumstances one may find one’s self.

The feeling was produced by Andre Vibez.

  1. Pempe by Seyi Shay ft Yemi Alade

The song is the first in a long time when two Nigerian top female artists will come together to do work on a piece.

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Another good side about the song was that it’s was an instant hit as the two talented artists put in their best in the song.

Despite her recent clash with Tiwa Savage, Seyi Shay, who is a judge on Nigerian Idol, continues to push the song, which is an Afrobeat style, via social media.

  1. Jehova Overdo by Chidinma
    This song is on our trending list because of Chidinma’s unexpected switch from secular music to gospel music.

Recall that the former MTN Project fame winner went viral on social media in the early week of May after she dropped the announcement that she’s now into Gospel music.

Jehova overdo is Chidinma’s debut in her gospel music career, and it’s produced by EeZee Tee.

  1. Olofofo by Victor AD

This is the kind of song that would burst your speaker, especially when you are trying to kill off all bad vibes that come from gossips and criticism around you.

Olofofo, according to the reports, is a song off Victor AD forthcoming album and is also his first single this year.

Kul Boy produced Olofofo.

  1. Love by Davolee

Following an impressive outing with his song ‘Happiness’, Davolee returns with a new single titled Love which talks about living in love with all and sundry.

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The song was produced by Crespin Beatz.

  1. Shedi Bala Bala Shedi Bolo Bolo by DJ Basplit and Hypeman Bobby Banks

This song comes with popular slangs from the street, however, with a very hard beat.

The song went viral on social media, Tik Tok and Twitter, especially as Nigerian ladies took their time to tweak to the song.

  1. Fine Fine by Korede Bello

For men that appreciate the love and the beauty of their partner, Fine Fine by Korede Bello is for you.

The song comes easy and was also an opportunity for Korede Bello to show off his voice.

Fine Fine was produced by DJ Coublon.

  1. Happy Birthday by Simi ft Adekunle Gold and Deja

The song made the trending list because it was the first time celebrity couple; Adekunle Gold and Simi would unveil the face of their baby girl, Deja. The release of the song also concise with Deja’s first Birthday, which means it was well planned.

Happy Birthday is a song for Deja, which also comes after Simi’s Duduke, which she released in 2020 when she was still carrying her baby.

The song is expected to become a general birthday chorus.

Happy Birthday was produced by Vtek.

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