My African playlist: Ten songs I’m listening to right now.

I love good music.

I love listening to music, and there’s nothing like a song to describe how you feel or get the kind of mood you’re in. The sound of the drums were heard in Africa, and long before our ancestors danced under the moonlight or celebrated festivals, they also blew horns to send word or used smoke and messengers to share word.

But, this is not all about the journey of music- but more about the feeling that music creates.

There have been numerous hits from the continent…I am talking about Femi Kuti, Brenda Fassie, Miriam Makeba and the list goes on, but you’ve not heard it all until you’ve listened to these ten songs!

From my favorite books to the country I would love to visit and now the ten songs by African artistes that are on my playlist, so here we go:

  1. Sura Yako by Sauti Sol
  2. Baadaye by Amos & Josh & King Kaka
  3. Hawajui by Vanessa Mdee
  4. Dorobucci by The Mavins
  5. Sitya Loss by Eddy Kenzo
  6. Jika by Mi Casa
  7. Party don’t stop by Camp Mulla
  8. Wale Wale by Dr Jose Chameleone
  9. Melo Melo by Olamide
  10. Cara cara by K.O ft. KiD X

Nothing beats some music you can dance to…now, am off to get some ingredients for preparing Jollof Rice and will tell you all about it tomorrow, wish me luck!

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