Top 10 Nigerian Songs Of October 2023
The month of November came with a lot of good songs from Nigerian artistes, from Blaqbonez to Reminisce and others who released an album, October was a month to remember.
Here is our top 10 Nigerian songs of October 2023.
10. Odumodublvck Ft Bloody Civilian & Wale
The self acclaimed hottest emerging rapper out of Nigeria Odumodublvck releases his debut album.
Highlighted by the focus track ‘Blood On The Floor’ featuring Bloody Civilian and Waje.
This song is Odumodublvck way to fully introduce his teeming fans into his sound and style.
9. Tems – Me & U
‘Me & U’ marks Tems’ first single in two years, having previously dropped ‘Crazy Tings’ 14 Sept. 2021. It takes the 9th spot on our list.
8. Bnxn – Toxic
A soft mellow song with with captivating lines and melody. This is the song where Bnxn talks about the uncertainty in romantic relationships, the ups and downs, especially the emotional breakdown.
From the first line to the last line, Bnxn took us through a love story, the toxicity and lastly the meltdown.
7. Mayorkun – Lowkey
There have been controversy on why he has not been releasing hits since leaving DMW records, but it seems Mayorkun is about to change this idea that many have of him with this newly released song ‘Lowkey’.
6. Skiibii, Seyi Vibez, Teni, Mayorkun – CBN
CBN is about the influential living, talks about money and affluence and the combination of these other 4 musicians makes for a pleasant listening experience.
5. Reminisce ft Olamide – Orin
Emerging on the music scene in 2008, Reminisce has established himself as one of the legends of the growth of street pop. When he caught the attention of underground circuit with his release ‘Since’ and ‘If Only’, Reminisce has gone to make a name for himself.
4. Mr Eazi ft Angelique Kidjo – Orokoro
According to Mr Eazi, he is no longer in the music business as he used to be again, however his new album shows that the skill and songwriting ability is still there.
Orokoro is a song about the naysayers, with Angelique Kidjo, Mr Eazi is telling the naysayers to continue with their words.
3. Blaqbonez ft Zlatan – Bad Till Eternity
2. Bella Shmurda – My Brother (A Tribute To Mohbad)
In the song, he melodiously talks about some struggles they both underwent before rising to fame, and how much he misses him. ‘My Brother’ is an heartfelt song you’d surely feel emotional listening to.
1 . Shallipopi – Oscroh Pepperline
Further cementing his place as one of the reigning faces of the street-pop genre, Shallipopi releases song Oscroh Pepperline off his Planet Pluto EP.