MTVBase: Top 20 Hottest Nigerian Songs Of 2018

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Africa’s foremost music and general entertainment Television Network, MTV Base, has Just announced the Top 20 Hottest Nigerian Songs Of 2018.

MTVBase: Top 20 Hottest Nigerian Songs Of 2018

Tagged “20 Hottest Naija Tracks of 2018″ this year’s hottest Nigerian songs was decided by a panel consisting of the Nigerian music industry heavyweights which includes, MTV Base VJ Ehiz Okoeguale, DJ Obi, Daniel, Folu Storms and a host of other music critics.
Below are the Top 20 Hottest Nigerian Songs Of 2018 – MtvBase

1. Starboy ft Wizkid, Terri, Spotless & Ceeza Milli – Soco

Undoubtedly the best Nigerian song of 2018.
Performed alongside members of his Starboy imprint,
Soco is that one song that always sets the dance-floors on fire.

2. Burna Boy – Ye

People call him Fela reincarnate. They are not wrong. According to MtvBase, ‘Ye’ is the second best Nigerian sing of 2018.

3. 2Baba ft Peruzzi – Amaka

‘Amaka’ by 2Baba and Peruzzi was Ranked the 3rd hottest Nigerian song of 2018. The song Amaka brought out a slang of it’s own. In the streets of Nigeria Amaka now means disappointment’ to the dismay of ladies named Amaka.

4. Davido – Assurance

The song Assurance was inspired by Davido’s girlfriend, Chioma. According to MTV Base, it is the fourth hottest Nigerian song of 2018.

5. Wande Coal – So Mi So

The fifth most popular Nigerian song of 2018. The song is about a girl who keeps troubling Wande coal asking him for his sugarcane.

6. Tiwa Savage ft Duncan Mighty – Lova Lova

7. Mr Real – Legbegbe

8. Victor AD – Wetin We Gain

9. DJ Enimoney ft Tiwa Savage & Reminisce – Diet

10. Duncan Mighty ft Wizkid – Fake Love

11. DJ Spinall ft Wizkid – Nowo

12. Olamide – Science Student

13. Mayorkun – Bobo

14. Olamide – Motigbana

15. Teni – Askamaya

16. DJ Spinall ft Kizz Daniel – Baba

17. Skepta ft Wizkid – Bad Energy

18. DMW – Mind

19. Danny S – Ege

20. Timaya – Ah Blem Blem

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