Who Get Ear Vol. 127: Here are the 10 Nigerian songs you need to play this week

This week, we feature Odumodublvck, Idahams, Diteh, Folz and more.

Who Get Ear Vol. 127: Here are the 10 Nigerian songs you need to play this week. (Pulse Nigeria)

This is the 123rd 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.

You can check Vol. 126 here. This week, we feature Odumodublvck, Idahams, Diteh, Folz and more.

Opening with a commentary about how members of the Nigerian government hoarded palliatives, the record follows the concept of false accusation after an instance of violence protest.

You can play the EP HERE.

Touch and Follow' gives a vocal account of a lovestruck lad and his object of obsession. In literal terms, touch and follow are associated with hypnosis and supernatural manipulation, forming the metaphorical concept of this Echo The Guru produced joint.

The remix shines light on the misconception placed on people as a result of their choice of work, style and behaviour, with Idahams offering critics advice - "Drink water, mind your business, use that energy for yourself..."

Falz being the rapper he is, brings his signature wit and charm to the track, fitting into the song’s narrative while maintaining the same song scheme that made it such a well-received anthem.

On an Afro-swing record, Diteh wants his lover to pull closer to him. With vocals similar to Moelogo, Diteh stands out. He is also similar to Ogranya.

Produced by Willz, this R&B with piercing piano Ballad chords is an appeal to a distant, errant or flailing lover. At times, Jubril sounds like a lovechild of Timi Dakolo and Moelogo.

Folz sounds like Lil5ive + Barry Jhay, with a deeper voice. This record creates lamba by way of love.

Trap drums in a way Kanye West, Kid Cudi or Lido would make it.

"Olowo l'aye mo..." means "Only the rich gets recognized."

On this record, the artist discusses money and the imperative nature of success.

A Dancehall record with the soul of love.

An R&B track, it sees OGBlac sing about the inevitability of his success.

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