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Top Best Nigerian Songs Of April, Which Is Your No.1 Song?


Best Nigerian Songs Of April

As we have ushered in yet another new month in the year 2021, tooXclusive brings you the top Best Nigerian Songs for the just concluded month of April. This exclusive list has taken into account, the songs that rocked the airwaves, and buzzed recklessly on several charts and playlist platforms, in the last month period.

14 Best Nigerian Songs Of April 


“Dimension” by Jae5 ft. Rema and Skepta

Jae5 Skepta Rema Dimension

Dimension” is the debut single for East London producer JAE5, featuring legendary Tottenham MC Skepta and prolific Nigerian artists, Young King Rema.

It’s a big hit whenever the Prince of Afrobeats, Rema is involved. Rema as usual killed the hook and the chorus of the song with pure, undiluted vibes. Skepta on the other hand delivered the maddest and coolest lines on the track. Dimension is a groovy, smooth-sounding afrobeat track that tells a dark, yet self-motivating story.


“Bling” by Blaqbonez ft. Amaarae, Buju

Best Nigerian Songs April

Blaqbonez unlocked this sexy track titled “Bling” featuring Amaarae and Buju, Produced by Type A, Mixed and Mastered by AQ, After the success of BBC and it Remix which featured Tiwa Savage.

Amaarae and Buju matched the song’s mellowed-out energy, delivered a verse-of-the-year contenders.


“Running To You” by Chike & Simi

Chike Simi Running Best Nigerian Songs

Chiké droped a refix for one of Boo of the Booless fan-favourite, Running (To You). Teaming up with the vocal prowess of diva, Simi, OfficialChike serves up a fresh and delightful serving of musical goodness on “Running (To You)”. This is the second refix off the album after Chike hit a goldmine with the Mayorkun assisted ”If You No Love”.



“Are You Sure” by Lyta featuring Zinoleesky, Naira Marley, Emo Grea

Lyta starts 2021 with “Are You Sure“, to deliver this joint he teamed up with ZinoleeskyEmo Grae & Naira Marley. This song is a follow up to his previous single ‘Everybody’ released late 2020.


“For You” by Teni ft. Davido

Teni For You Davido

To kick start 2021, and welcome her debut album (WONDALAND), Teni Makanaki dropped this classic song, masterpiece titled “For You” featuring Davido. She released this record with a music movie video which currently has over 7 Million views on YouTube (Watch HERE).


“Essence” by Wizkid ft. Tems

Off Wizkid’s 2020 album – ‘Made In Lagos‘ is the track “Essence” featuring Tems. The blend of Afro-beat, Hip-hop and Pop gave the two chance to flow and create a good vibe.

Last month, April Wizzy released a Clean Visuals for the 11th track and it currently enjoying massive streams it over 4.5 Million views on YouTube. The Video was Shot in Ghana by Director K (DK).



“Focus” by Joeboy

Joeboy Focus

Focus is a song about unrequited love and a romantic interest not being straightforward about their intentions with you,” JOEBOY says, noting that the lyrics were based on situations experienced by one of his producers during the making of his debut album Somewhere Between Beauty & Magic. (Download & Stream Album Here).



“World” by Bella Shmurda


Bella Shmurda World Video

Fast rising Afrobeat artiste, Bella Shmurda returned with this new anthem for his Republikans, Drops a thoughtful Afrobeat track tagged WORLD. The SB produced record is a follow up to Bella’s last single RUSH which he recently dropped a controversial visual for.

On the song Bella Shmurda talked about Self importance; how we can never hide from ourselves, run from the inner mind and deceive the soul. Also he spoke on different Revelations; How pastors now uses Black Magic to perform miracles and fill up churches, Men proposing to Men, Women engaging women and fathers making love with their daughters.


“History” by Cheque & Fireboy DML

Cheque Fireboy DML History

Zoom crooner, Cheque and Headies Award Winning artiste, Fireboy DML teams up to deliver HISTORY. This an inspirational song for every young aspiring youth out there, Produced by Andry.


“Pronto” by Ajebo Hustler ft. Omah Lay

It is safe to say that Ajebo Hustlers Duo; knowledge and Piego and Omah lay literally killed the song.  Of all Omah Lay’s Features, Pronto happens to be the best. Omah lay with his soft, sultry vocals almost deviated attention from Knowledge who delivered fire rap lines, and Piego who flowed smoothly in Pidgin and PH slangs. Pronto is filled with sexual innuendos.


“Felony” by CKay

Ckay Felony

Ckay returned with another smashing song, Felony. The soft-sounding R&B singer made an impression in the music industry with his bopping Love Nwantiti Remix.

In Felony, Ckay shines through with his sultry vocals as he expresses his eagerness to do anything for his lover. This track is soft, a typical mix of Afropop and R&B. Its pace was mid-tempo giving off a serene vibe. With Ckay’s signature hums and adlibs, Felony turned out to be very addictive. This love song was Produced by Auxxie, and it’s off  Ckay’s Ep, “Boyfriend”.


“Somebody Baby” by Peruzzi ft. Davido

Peruzzi Somebody Baby Davido Video

As a lead to his second studio album ‘Rum & Boogie’, Peruzzi delivers this beautiful tune ‘Somebody Baby‘ featuring DMW leader DAVIDO.


“Bounce” by Rema

Rema, Bounce

Another Banger!  You know it’s a smashing hit when the Prince of Afrobeats, Rema is involved.  In March, Rema dropped one of the hottest tunes of all time. He bounced back with an addictive jam that will have you hitting the repeat button over and over again.


Bounce is an uptempo song with Rema’s signature catchy lyrics. The key element of Bounce was the beats. The beats, ooohh the beats sounded like something out of this world. The beats were mad, catchy, groovy, and tense. Bounce is a song that talks about the luscious and magnificent body of an African woman. It was produced by Don Jazzy.


“Coming” by Naira Marley featuring Busiswa

Naira Marley COMING Busiswa Best Nigerian Songs

Some songs are better listened to than explained. While fans might not openly indulge in the excitement of Naira Marley’s new s*x song, Coming, the track magically is the one number on all music platforms. Hmmm… Marlian President cooked up a sizzling song with south African-based rapper, Busiswa. The beats of the song were banging, it had the signature Zanku sound to it. The lyrics of the song on the other hand were sensual, erotic, porn-related and it came as no surprise when NBC banned the song due to its vulgar words. The song was produced by  Marlian hit maker, Rexxie.


From The Above Listed Nigerian Songs, Which Is Your Best/ The No. 1 Song?