Check any thread on Twitter that’s got 1k plus retweets and likes you’ll definitely see Blaqbonez somewhere in the comments screaming “Stream HABA” like he’s life depends on it.
It was fun at first but it’s now getting tiring and depressing to say the least. Blaq is one of the youngins in the game that are not playing, buh the problem with Blaq is, nigga plays too much.
In the past few weeks Terri dropped a fire ep with did not impress me at first listen but I tried again and mans, I’m I not delighted that this small boy made a jam like Kill Man and Balance. “I think it’s a clear case of ojoro that Ojoro was the lead single of the Terri Afroseries ep” Kill Man and Balance are better songs buh of course, Ojoro is doing more numbers for obvious reasons, Beats by Sarz and a killa video.
Enter the newest problem kid on the block, Omah Lay, Afrofusion’s young King of Vibes, mans wasn’t I blown away by this dude? Bad Influence is steadily influencing every chart in the country, left right center.
On Apple Music Nigeria Top 100, all five of Omah Lay’s songs from his Get Layd EP took positions on in the Top 10 region of the chart, while number 1-4 position is gracefully occupied 4 of his songs from the same EP, topping mad jams from old boys like Adekunle Gold’s “Something Different” and Wande Coal’s Again. All the TikTok videos did not save Duduke from taking a hit from the young hit maker.
To think that Omah Lay has just entered these charts and is bossing every one, is just mad.
We have our eyes on him, we look forward to seeing more from this young man!!!
By Chuks Chinyere for Icovermagazine