Welcome to another installment of 'Who Get Ear,' Pulse's flagship act for upcoming acts in the Nigerian music industry. This feature has been on for two years and Pulse Nigeria is proud to say it has been spotlighting some of the best songs and acts in the Nigerian underground for two years.

This is the 104th installment of this feature listicle. It is now available on streaming platforms, Audiomack and Apple Music.

Weekly acts will also get a spotlight on Pulse Nigeria's Instagram Page. The pick of the week will also get a 30 second spin on Pulse Nigeria's Instagram stories. Last week, we featured Ayo Britain, Trill Xoe, Droxx, Black Gypsy and more.

This week, we feature Ayo Britain, Trill Xoe, Droxx, Black Gypsy and more.

Pick of the week: Afroshop - Long Time Ago

Moment of the week: Reynbow on 'Madness' by H.O.M.A

Here are the song you need to play this week;

Afroshop - Long Time Ago

Based on a Reggae-fusion sound, Afroshop makes a love song. The duo creates music that matters.

Pappy Bryce - Stoopid

Reeling from a heartbreak and doubt, PappyBryce sounds like a love child between Drake, PartyNextDoor and SZA.

The Gang featuring Imole and Lil O'Self - Drive

The Gang is a three-man group of Imole, Grey and Highman Kingie. They came together to make Afrobeat, Afro-fusion and Trap. On this Emo track, Imole and Lil O'Self are young men dealing with shock waves of emotions.

Nitoo - Fefenefe

'Fefenefe' is an Ashanti word from Ghana meaning exhibiting enriching beauty. The song is hence inspired by how beautifully made African women are and expression of affection. Fefenefe is a retro Hi-life tune blended with a modern twist produced by Shocker Beats.

Ona Dema featuring Dremo - No Time

From the new Sony Music West Africa artist, 'No Time' was produced by Styno. The R&B number documents the impatient tendencies of millennials and gen z. It is the kind of musical that sets the right mood to bask in pleasures, fantasies and bodily desires.

Yhemhi - Zombie

Off his new EP, YFTG, Yhemhi speaks the romantic lect of a Yoruba man who is seemingly in love.

Jobaa - Olla

After collaborating with Buju on 'Sweet Love' and inking a lucrative deal with U.K based entertainment titan JustJojo Entertainment, Jobaa makes his official debut with a high-octane cut titled "Olla".

Produced by Jay Pizzle, the young music star delivers an infectious uptempo number as he commands over the super catchy percussion driven Afro-pop instrumentation. 'Olla' is a stellar debut and shows that Jobaa is destined to leave a mark in the scene.

DJ Latitude featuring Yusuf Kanbai and Soundz - Gbetan

Built on infectious R&B from an Afro-swing hue, 'Gbetan is a lustful appreciation of curvy Nigerian women.

H.O.M.A featuring Reynbow - Madness

In madness, H.O.M.A, in voice that stretches beyond the dreamy state of endless elasticity sings about loneliness and a call towards a lover, and Reynbow responds in that very much eclectic voice of hers that breeds a longing for security in the arms of a lover.

1641 - $TREET PROFIT -

'$treet Profit' is a hard hitting bop that mixes the duos authentic trap sound with strong elements of the Drill sub-genre that has been dominating the world beyond throughout the year.