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Biggest Nigerian Hit Track Of The Year 2015 {For people Who Feel The Headies Didnt Do Justice}

2015, a year that was filled with sighting fast rising artistes go bigger, upcoming artistes blow and even the fall of some established artistes. Still some of these fast rising and A-list artistes released tracks that were on every DJ’s

tracklist, played in clubs, radio stations and so. However, The McHub Blog wants us to take a look back and give your opinions on five of the very best of hit tracks in 2015… Mind you, I mean tracks that were on every child’s lips,

appreciated by adults and complained about by all pastors and S.Us around. Lol Because some feel the Headies Award didn’t do justice to the following tracks…
1. Bobo – Olamide

A track produced by Young John aka the Wicked Producer who dem ‘street guys’ expected to win the Producer of the year award at the Headies [won by Legendury Beats], which was a sizzling hot banger. Every kid in Nigeria had

the song on his/her lips [I dont mean Banana Island kids oh]. The track came with its dance moves which is still the latest certified dance in Naija. With beats rich in African tunes, this track was played in clubs, shops all over

Nigeria. I remember my friend saying “When people go tire for this song na” after on a trip together, he had heard the track being played in 5 different shops during the journey. The track won the ‘

2. Godwin By Korede Bello

“I don get alert na Godwin!!!” So goes the lyrics in the club banger produced by the boss himself, Don Jazzy. The slang “na Godwin” became popular with the Nigerian youths. Some aspirants for my school sef that gained

admission were like, ‘I saw my name admitted for Igbo education though i applied for Mass Comm. na Godwin!!!” Fans were not disappointed with the video which started out with a hilarious skit by Bovi and also featured cameo

appearances by Mavins boss, Don Jazzy, Yaw, AY and other celebrities. Nominated for the Best Pop Single and

3. Ladi By Olamide X Phyno Ft Lil Kesh

A track off the collaboration album by Olamide and Phyno, “2 kings”, everybody fell in love with the lyrics and soon enough it was on everyone’s lips. Some still dont know its lyrics were derived from a Baba Suwe/ Sola Sobowale

Comedy video. Thank God there was no video for the song though. The Nigerian Broadcasting Commission would have over banned it and sent our three indigenous rappers on exile. Lol. Probably why it wasn’t nominated for any

award at the Headies.

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4. My Woman My Everything

This jam was done by Patoranking and featured Wande Coal in it. This track was cool, romantic, inspiring, groovable, anything you wanna call it! Check the majority of DJ Mixtapes, you’ll find it on at least 75% of them. Anyone who

follows a lot of DJs will know this track was the exact song that introduces the rest of the groovable tracks. It was never excluded from any one of the DJ Haywire mixtapes from the ‘Solo August Birthday Mixtape’ to the ‘Party

Banging December Edition Mixtape’. Delivered in his signatory Patois chant style to the catchy beats, The Foston Musik/VP records heavy weight brings his A-game on board and is complemeted by Wande Coal’s voice that

makes a dope song even doper. It was produced by Ghana’s producer of the year, DJ Breezy.

5. Ojuelegba By Wizkid

This cool slow but dope song with an unusual Beats Per Minute of 200.00, Wizkid relays his life events in its lyrics and video. Written by Wizkid and produced by Legendury Beatz. The video was directed by Clarence Peters. Later

on, Sarkodie, Drake and Skepta were to jump on the cover to give ua mind blowing jam. The track was listed 12th on Fader’s magazine List of Best 107 songs of the year 2015. It won the Song of the Year 2015.

Having seen and heard all these tracks, tell us which you think was the best out of all these bangers.

 

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