List Of Top 10 Naija Songs June 2022 : Anyone would agree that Nigerian pop musicians dominate music discourse in Sub-Saharan Africa, with revolutionary streaming figures and huge collaborations with foreign competitors.
More Nigerian albums will have a better chance of becoming globally relevant, especially with the introduction of an Afrobeats-focused area on America’s Billboard Charts.
Afrobeat, with its peculiar emo pulses, street vibes, amapiano, and hip hop, is leading the pack on the road to worldwide music acclaim and continental recognition.
Despite the fact that we are halfway through 2022, the quantity of new releases in the Nigerian music business this year has set the music tempo for 2022 on fire, and the industry’s hot Nigerian songs promise to spice up the music year with more buzzing singles.
With Davido, Burnaboy, Rema, Asake, BNXN, and Kizz Daniel on board, 2022 is set to be one of the best music years in Nigerian history.
List Of Top 10 Naija Songs June 2022 (Trending This Week):
- Kizz Daniel – Buga ft. Tekno
- Sugarcane (remix) – Camidoh featuring King Promise, Mayorkun, and Darkoo
- Palazzo – Asake, DJ Spinall
- Dada ft. Young Jonn & Davido
- Burna Boy – Last Last
- Davido – “Stand Strong” ft. Sunday service chorus
- Omah Lay – Woman
- Pheelz – Finesse (feat. BNXN)
- Sungba (Remix) – Asake (feat. Burna Boy)
- Omo Ope – Asake feat. Olamide
- Rema – Calm Down
Top10.ng keeps you up to speed on some of the most popular, trending, and viral Naija music of the year so far.
1. Kizz Daniel – Buga ft. Tekno
Kizz Daniel’s song ‘Buga,’ produced by Reward Beatz and co-produced by Blaise Beatz, Young Willis, and Micky Geetarist, has become the tune of the moment, trending on Tiktok at 2.4m and on social media as a challenge.
Kizz Daniel has built a solid reputation for churning out fiery viral songs since breaking into the music industry. The Afropop single is a follow-up to ‘Barnabas,’ with 7 tracks featuring the ‘cavemen.’
‘Buga’ was just named one of the top five Afrobeat songs trending internationally. According to Shazam, a music identification program, the track has been marked as the Most Shazamed Song in the World.
Kizz Daniel’s masterpiece, Buga, has also cracked the top 100 on Apple Music in Nigeria and the top 100 on Apple in Kenya.
When asked about his success, the woju crooner explained that ‘Buga’ is an indigenous phrase that means “show off” or “stunt on them.” “ So, in this context, it implies that when you’ve put in the effort, let your outcomes speak for themselves. Congratulations on your accomplishments.
“Whatever you see out there, whatever outcomes the music produces, it is the consequence of hard labor.” And I’ve continuously given it my all in all of my songs. “Nothing worthwhile comes easily,” he explained.
2. Sugarcane (remix) – Camidoh featuring King Promise, Mayorkun, and Darkoo
If you enjoy good music, this song by Camidoh should be on your weekly playlist. The Sugarcane remix contains outstanding Ghanaian vocalists including King Promise, Darkoo, and the talented Nigerian singer Mayorkun.
This fantastic song with a hook in the chorus presently ranks 7 on the Apple Music playlist and has a 712k trend hashtag on TikTok.
3. Palazzo – Asake, DJ Spinall
Palazzo is another successful tune from DJ Spinall’s stable, featuring vocals by Asake, a Nigerian singer and YBNL’s freshly signed talent. The mid-tempo tune has aspects of the beat of ‘Omo Ope.’
TG Omori directed Palazzo and its gorgeous music video. Magix Sticks and Spinall co-produced the album. Eskeez mixed and mastered the track.
4. Dada ft. Young Jonn & Davido
‘Dada,’ a dazzling collaboration between 30BG president Davido and Young Jonn, will have you swaying to the rhythm.
Dada is screaming through the room like a party starter. It’s no surprise that it’s trending on both Apple Music’s top 100 Nigeria and Spotify’s Naija hot hits.
5. Burna Boy – Last Last
Burna Boy, the Grammy Award-winning musician, charmed his fans with his new tune Last Last off his upcoming album “Love Damini.” It was first performed live during his Madison Square Garden (One Night In Space) concert.
The lyrics to Last Last allude at Burna’s failing romance with Stefflon Don.
Don Don cast (e don cast) Finally (last last) (na everyone go chop breakfast) Have to say bye bye oh Bye bye oh To the love of my life
In any case, the self-proclaimed African giant has his followers enthralled with this tune.
6. Davido – “Stand Strong” ft. Sunday service chorus
Davido performs Stand Strong with the Sunday service choir.
Davido’s collaboration with the Sunday service choir adds zip to this weighty piece of awesomeness titled Stand Strong. The Fall singer strived for perfection since this song is unlike anything we’ve heard from Davido.
As of the time of writing, anybody may claim that Davido’s Stand Strong, produced by Pheelz, has won a spot on Spotify’s top Naija hit songs list.
7. Omah Lay – Woman.
A slow sensuous version of “Woman” by Omah Lay, a prominent award-winning Nigerian musician, tells the narrative of love between the singer and his partner. Omah Lay’s first single of the year follows the release of his chart-topping Afrobeat hit, Understand, last year 2021.
P. Prime created the song Woman.
8. Pheelz – Finesse (feat. BNXN)
The year certainly got off to a terrific start with this booming tune from Pheelz, one of Nigeria’s finest producers.
It didn’t take long for Buju’s elegant touch on the new track to become the hottest tune out in Nigeria so far.
“Finesse” quickly went viral when the producer teased it on TikTok.
Along with a legion of males singing about life in the fast lane, Pheelz created a new pace. Interestingly, within one week of its release, “Finesse” became the most Shazamed song in the world.
It even started a social media trend with great pop culture lines like “if I broke, na my business.”
9. Sungba (Remix) – Asake (feat. Burna Boy)
“Sungba” is a track from Asake’s latest project, released following his signing to Olamide’s YBNL.
Asake’s music is blowing our minds and giving us unusual feelings that sound like a cross between street and Fuji. These street characteristics may also be found in the music of Bella Shmurda and Zinoleesky.
With its sexually provocative overtones, “Sungba,” which translates as “Lie Flat in Yoruba,” appeals to the great majority.
Burna Boy’s African big flavor on the remix gives the song additional music force; the tune quickly took off on social media before becoming a national success.
10. Omo Ope – Asake feat. Olamide
Anyone who has heard it would agree that Asake outdid himself with the first track off his EP. It includes Olamide, the CEO of YBNL, the musical company where Asake is signed.
Omo Olope swept Nigeria by storm; the song is about living life to the fullest, with energetic lyrics in English and Yoruba.
11. Rema – Calm Down
Rema captivated everyone with his calming vocal performance on lively, string-filled orchestration in ‘Calm Down.’
The song, from his 2022 album Rave and Roses, quickly established a dancing sensation on social media at the start of the year.
Rema followed up his gem of a single with notable visuals to cement his viral music power.