#ThrowbackThursday: 5 Old Nigerian Songs That Still Got Us Dancing – PART 2

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Where are my music lovers at? Its that time of the day were Aunty Ada brings to you old jamz that got us banging and high.  Yes darlings its another Thursday and we are taking it all the way back, if you don’t know any of the songs on this below then we not mate music wise…

BroadwayAfrica presents 5 songs that doesn’t stop getting us dancing, today. Enjoy!!! – See more at:
1. OritseFemi – Mercies of the Lord
Released in 2014, “Mercies of the Lord come down now to your children!” goes the lyrics of Oritsefemi song where he featured the late Dagrin. This was the prayer on the lips of everyone in the music industry back then as well as well-wishers. The song was infused with at least 3 genres of music in it, from Rap, RnB to Reggae.  The Late Da’grin killed the Track. This one’s from an Ajegunle soldier, Oritse Femi, who recorded this tune with Da Grin and Rhymzo back in 2010. “Shanu funmi, devil you can’t fool me. I’m covered with the blood. Nothing do me!” …Da Grin.

2. 9ice ft. 2face Idibia – Street Credibility
This song still tinkles me, from the well composed lyrics to the melodious voice of 9ice and 2face. This is the best collabo from 2face for me. Lemme leave it here. Enjoy below:

3.  Daddy Showkey – Fire
Daddy Showkey is a veteran Nigerian gala singer. He was popular in Ajegunle in the late 1990s. He was born as John Asiemo but is known as Daddy Showkey all over the Ghetto. Walk down the memory lane and enjoy below:

4. Azadus – Madam
Released in 2003 under Kennis Music record label, this song is still top-notch for me… listen to it and enjoy it…

5. Mo Hits Records  – Booty Call


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