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Naijalitz Best Nigerian Album & Ep’s Of 2019

Posted by on January 6, 2020Skip to Comment

It was another great year of music and surprisingly better was the arrival of collections and EPs. Stretched out Plays turned into the go-to channel for artistes who were unsure about dropping full collections or a series of singles.

More than 30 collections and EPs were discharged by a portion of our preferred Nigerian music acts. Davido came through with a collection following 7 years, Rema appeared with an EP close by and Burna Boy packed away a Grammy gesture for his fourth studio collection.

close by and Burna Boy packed away a Grammy gesture for his fourth studio collection.

Naijalitz picks probably the best collections and EPs out of 2019. The picks depend on the nature of music, the point of view in making it and business achievement is the last basis.

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The following is our Best Nigerian Albums and EPs pick of 2019

1. African Giant – Burna Boy

Damini Ogulu better known by his stage name Burna Boy without a doubt has the best assemblage of work by a Nigerian artiste in 2019. The Atlantic Records act figured out how to serve R&B, Hip Hop, Dancehall and obviously Afrobeat on his fourth studio collection. There is certainly not a dull minute all through the 17-track collection. The ‘African Giant’ was in November designated for a Grammy grant in the Best World Music Album, ideally, it wins this classification at the expected Grammys.

2. Giggling, Tears and Goosebumps – Fireboy

Presumably a couple of years from now history would hail YBNL artist Fireboy for this excellent presentation collection, LTG. Inside a time of his expert presentation, Adedamola Adefolahan and his group had the option to get LTG going. The experience of tuning in to the collection through and through is simply phenomenal. With conceivable audits , LTG has incredible replay esteem.

3. Clone Wars IV: These Buhari Times – SDC

Show Dem Camp brought the fourth portion of their ‘Clone War’ tape. In January they dropped ‘These Bihari Times’ a group of work that holds a lot of cognizant music particularly mirroring the occasions we live in Nigeria. Phantom and Tec got the perfect individuals on the collabo tracks. The most ideal approach to tune in to this is likely to start thinking critically, relax on an armchair and play the tape. Effectively perhaps the best collection in 2019 in substance and quality.

4. Moral Instruction – Falz

Falz dropped what might be an unexpected collection with ‘Moral Instruction’, the fundamental point of this was to teach something other than engage the audience. The hour of discharge was additionally significant as it preceded Nigeria’s 2019 general races. Falz communicated without beating around the bush on different cultural issues and he remembered to test the unbelievable Fela as well.

5. Rema EP – Rema

Without a clue or cautioning, Mavin Records and Jonzing World released ‘youthful, wild and free’ Rema with a self-declaring EP. The Rema EP was brief and powerful with four melodies which you would each think about a hit to shifting degrees. ‘Dumebi’ was Afrobeat roused, ‘Why’ sounded particularly like snare music, ‘Iron Man’ had an Indian flavor to it and ‘Cheesy’ is a sterling Afrofusion tune. Rema EP bested iTunes collection diagram for a considerable length of time, an enormous accomplishment for an alleged debutant.

6. A Good Time – Davido

Seven years after Davido dropped his sophomore collection titled ‘A Good Time’ after a few bombed guarantees of another collection. An excessive number of desires were arranged for this collection to satisfy, though it left more to be wanted. Be that as it may, ‘A Good Time’ houses a portion of his best tunes as of late like, ‘Fall’, ‘If’, ‘Take My Breath away’, ‘Unsafe’. The creation on this venture was first rate and maybe some different tracks on the collection would get on after more tune in and airplay.

7. Love and Light – Joeboy

emPawa music star Joeboy went ahead the scene and made significant destruction with back hits. Inside his first year of introduction, Joeboy and his group had the option to assemble a delightful ‘Love and Light’ EP. The assemblage of work has bangers like ‘Child’, ‘Starting’, ‘Don’t Call Me Back’ which are a portion of the top tunes on TV and radio and a few music graphs.

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8. Lady of Steel – Yemi Alade

At number 8 is Yemi Alade, with her collection ‘Lady of Steel’. For one thing, Yemi Alade’s collection titles have been engaging to the female people and this one exemplifies that by and by. For quite a long time Yemi Alade has just gotten sticks for her verses, on WOS the vigorous vocalist made huge improvement in that division. Her collection indicated development and bunches of self-assurance with a bunch of highlights. ‘Lady of Steel’ collection was submitted for Grammy grant thought.

9. Clear – Asa

The incredible Asa came through with her fourth studio collection ‘Clear’. The collection portrayed in single word would be ‘tranquil’. Asa overflowed her quiet disposition into her collection and of course, kept her components as we probably am aware it flawless. This is particularly for individuals who appreciate a quiet and less bubbly sort of music.

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10. ILGWTSarz and WurlD

The virtuoso music maker Sarz and humming artist WurlD met up for a collective EP ‘I Love Girls With Trobul’. Tuning in to ILGWT can make you become hopelessly enamored and too get you through an unforgiving separation. WurlD came through with strong songwriting and Sarz spread out the absolute best instrumentals for the tune.

Good Mentions:

Soundman Vol 1 – Wizkid: While fans were anticipating ‘Made In Lagos’, Daddy Yo dropped a fresh out of the plastic new EP ‘Soundman Vol. 1’ in December. That was about the most ideal route for Wizkid to end a time of absolute predominance in the Nigerian music scene and by expansion Africa.

Erigma II – Erigga: Known for his clinical punchlines, Erigga, self-announced King of the South dropped a stinging assortment of work in 2019. The rapper who improves in pidgin English was hard, crude and pounding on the Erigma II.

Manage It – Phyno: Phyno’s third collection is especially misjudged however that is the means by which it is at times. By the by, the rapper and rare vocalist had a couple of seconds of brightness on his third collection.

Mandy and the Jungle – Santi: An alte pioneer Santi repped his faction well with his collection ‘Mandy and the Jungle’. By the gauges of that sub-class, Santi did well to keep the way of life dynamic and a decent opponent to standard music.

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