New Music Releases: Songs from Vector, Dunnie, Ayra Starr and many more.

Your weekly dose of some of the best new tunes in Nigeria.

The PGM Club brings you the latest songs from the Nigerian music scenes from Afrobeats to Afropop to the newest artists on the block. This week we talk about the latest song releases from Vector, Dunnie, Adekunle Gold and many more.

With tonnes of music pouring out from the different parts of the continent every week, the Nigerian music scene is also bubbling with new records making their way to different playlists and music charts. From Vector who rejects Cupid’s intervention in “Mama Maradona” to Dunnie giving us another love song, you already know that your ears are about to be blessed with amazing tunes. As usual, we at The PGM Club have brought you some new songs you should check out.

More (Ko Ko Ko) – DUNNIE

For her second official release of the year, Nigerian producer and singer Dunnie goes solo in “More.” The artist who made her 2022 debut with the Chike-assisted “Already Won,” is back to fill our speakers with a new tune. In “More (Ko Ko Ko),” Dunnie asks her muse to open the door to his heart and give her some good loving, “Ko ko ko, I am knocking on your door baby come give me some love/baby, don’t leave me solo.” She goes on to confront everyone who ever doubted their love affair and declares that her search for love is over “I found the one no more Tinder again.” Listen to the song here and enjoy.



Over the Kleb Beatz-produced track, Vector and Wande Coal collaborate to sing about a mother trying to play Cupid, but with the way the song goes, it doesn’t sound like they want her. “Mama Maradona with the soccer, he dey try hook me up with hin daughter maybe he think say I’m ajebutter,” with these lyrics the artists make their intentions known. Vector raps, “You wey dey think say I good for your daughter, me wey I no good for myself/your baby is crazy,” about the red flags of the intended relationship and Wande Coal hops on the track to reiterate everything Vector said. Listen to the song below.



One thing Ajebo Hustlers have mastered over their career is adding extra spice to every song they have been featured on and Avante’s “Keep On Rocking” is no different. In this song, the artists deliver a proper party jam that encourages everyone to keep on rocking on the dance floor. Listen to the song below and enjoy.



5 STAR (Official Video) – ADEKUNLE GOLD

For those who know, Adekunle Gold never disappoints. The Afro-pop singer who released his album earlier this year has released the official video to his recently released jam “5 Star.” In “5 Star,” the artist sings about his struggles with sickle cell, the level of corruption in Nigeria and his success story; now, Adekunle Gold has released the music video. Watch the TG Omori-directed video below.



Ghanaian-British music producer, DJ and presenter Manny Norte joins forces with Jamaican singer Stalk Ashley, British singer/songwriter Tiana Majorg and Nigerian songstress Ayra Starr to deliver a stellar performance in “Worth My While.” In this song, the artists combine their sultry vocals to sing to their love interests, asking them what they bring to the table and if it is worth their time. They sing “Give me your all baby give it up, make it worth my while.” Listen to “Worth My While” below and enjoy.



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