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Who Get Ear Vol. 109: Here are the 10 songs you need to play this week

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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 107th 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. 108 here.

This week, we feature Wavy The Creator, Sute, Picazo, Ojayy Wright, DysleX and more.

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Pick of the week: Picazo – Rest of Mind

Moment of the week: DePartyAnimals – Vibration [Fireboy Refix]

Here are our picks of the week;

Wavy The Creator – Black Card

After the release of ‘3’ featuring Flohio in 2019, Wavy returns with a new single dedicated to the good lifestyle of wealth and money.

Sute Iwar featuring Ayuu and Tomi – Time

Fresh off his new EP, Colors is Afro-swing number at track four. Based on love, it sees Sute Iwar focus on time as a call-to-action, a need for care and the power of attraction.

Picazo – Rest of Mind

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Picazo returns with a new single dedicated to love and a woman’s body. On Afro-pop percussion sits a coursing guitar solo that elevates a listener’s experience as Picazo goes mad with the rhymes on verse two. Where music matters, great things happen. Here is our pick of the week.

If this song is pushed properly, it will be a hit.

Ojayy Wright – Erika

‘Erika’ officially indicates work in progress on his second EP which is set to be released by the end of this year as it also ushers the beginning of a new sound for the fast rising singer. The Afrobeats song depicts his infatuation for a strong, unique, beautiful and confident African woman, who is made for greatness.

The new EP will follow 37 Degrees In Lagos EP.

Cxxp D’etat – Go Agen

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‘Go Agen’ is ‘Go Again’ spelled with an Igbo accent. At the start is a skit that properly illustrates that. The song is basically a bid to inspire consistency and ethic. Cxxp D’etat is a Jos-originated group that involves duo, Cloud9ne and Joey Jam.

DeParty Animals – Vibration (REMIX)

Enugu-based Nigerian music production group, DePartyAnimals are back with an ADM remix too Fireboy‘s ‘Vibration,.’ It comes off their four-track refix EP titled, Road To Booze and Ganja.

DysleX – You (Omah Lay Refix)

Fresh off his new six-track EP, DyDX Remixes Vol. 1 comes this amazing remix to Omah Lay‘s ‘You.’ That hook and it way the warped vocals fade into the hook reeks of masterful sound engineering.

Dr Dolor – I Go Pay

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Only God knows what Dr. Dolor is up to, but we shall support in our way. After signing Teni and watching her blossom into one of Africa’s brightest exports, he wants to sing. E be things…

Bursbrain – AfroBop Mix

Mavin Records finest music producer and DJ, BURSSBRAIN, is at it again bringing you the best Bop rhythm mix of the year. The producer/DJ creatively combines a variety of Naija’s biggest and best mid-tempo smash songs of the summer to create 30 minutes of pure entertainment.

Burssbrain is building for himself a community of music lovers and verifying his position as the ultimate party starter. For those who didn’t know, Burssbrain is Altims.

Notayoo – Dumebi

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Errrr… No, he didn’t repeat the Rema formula. Instead, he is doing things in his own way and this song is worth a listen.