This New Music Friday, PBA brings you new music from all artistes from all over the world. Asake, Joeboy, Johnny Drille, and Darkoo all have new songs and Videos for our entertainment.
Lets get straight into this weeks, New Music Friday Playlist
DAVIDO – “UNAVAILABLE” FT. MUSA KEYS
Davido’s “UNAVAILABLE” featuring Musa Keys has been a fan favourite since the release of his album ‘Timeless.’ The colourful music video, produced by Polar Film Production, adds more fun to the track, and Davido and Musa Keys’ energetic performances give the song an extra boost of energy. Davido even started a #UnavailableChallenge to encourage fan participation.
DARKOO – “DISTURBING U” FT. AYRA STARR
Darkoo has been making waves in the industry since her debut single “Gangster,” and her latest release, “Disturbing U” featuring Ayra Starr, is no exception. The song has a solid sonic quality and relatable lyrics about the struggles and success of being a young creative. The enthralling display of strings immediately draws listeners in.
JOHNNY DRILLE – “BELIEVE ME”
Johnny Drille’s “Believe Me” is a jolly, mid-tempo number that features Amapiano elements and a Highlife feel. Drille sings to his heartthrob, Anwuli, seeking her acceptance and promising her the best of his actions.
JOEBOY – “DUFFEL BAG”
Joeboy’s “Duffel Bag” is an upbeat and celebratory single from his upcoming album ‘Body and Soul.’ The track’s instrumentation is a highlight, combining 808 bass lines, elegant string stabs, and soulful guitars to create a vibrant and energizing backdrop for Joeboy’s seamless vocal delivery. The lyrics depict the essence of love, luxury, and lust.
ASAKE – “2:30”
Asake’s “2:30” celebrates authenticity and individuality with an upbeat tempo and vibrant energy that testifies to the Nigerian artist’s talent for blending various musical styles. The song’s dreamy Afrobeats blend seamlessly with IDM-influenced percussion, resulting in a rich tapestry of textures that is both familiar and thrilling. The lyrics emphasise the importance of accepting one’s real self.
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