#WCW- 10 Hot Naija songs From these Hot & Sexy Divas

by Mar 6, 2019Playlists

Today we will be dropping some hot and blazing tunes to make our #WomanCrushWednesday what y’all expect it to be.

The menu and sauce is hot, sexy with a lot of estrogen allover it, so sit and relax while you get served to a rhapsody of Nigerian Songs from some of the hottest divas in the game.

10. Bussin’ my Brain by Tipsy

We kick off proceedings today with this new song from one of the best and fast rising female emcees in the game- Tipsy, and she calls this one “Bussin’ my Brian” a romantic song with sensually arousing lyrics deeply enmeshed in it.

Tipsy is really making waves and this hot new piece from her places her tops amongst Nigerian Music Royalty and head to head with the top guns in the biz.

Bussin’ my Brain relays the beauty of love, understanding and commitment which our lover gal is ready to go the gamut to show how deep her love can be. You can feel the sultry hook below:

…be my wizzy baby you gotta come closer

what i got fa you u can;t refuse it…. i no lie u r bussin’ my brain

9. Bana by Niniola

Niniola makes entry to this list and I’m really crushing her as she laces the vocals for his hot, fast and well paced track she refers to as – Bana

I truly loved the premise on which the track commences with the hook reverberating all through the rendition of the track. A song fit for almost all occasions and one that could be best suited for workout sessions.

8. I dun Care by Simi

Simi is one Afro pop diva who only gets off from making good music anytime she hits the studio. She does exactly that in this hot sound she titles- I dun care.

A romantic piece that exudes so much love juices, dropped at a time this Joromi crooner just walked down the aisle with long time beau- Adekunle Gold

7. Open, Close by Yemi Alade

Yemi Alade is undoubtedly one of the undisputed Afro pop divas as far as the Nigerian Music scenes is concerned, and this Wednesday we can’t just diva crush without making Yemi one of such crushes; and she indeed returns the favor in this hot pop sound she calls – Open, Close (wonder what she’s opening & closing, hope it’s not Johnny’s whatever?)

A cool rhyme dropped party style and finished superbly with a hook that keeps you reeling and wanting to get more of whatever stuff this highly endowed Queen is strutting- hmm!

6. Gimme Love by Seyi Shay feat Runtown

Seyi Shay is yet another pop diva whose sex appeal and MIC power places her amongst the future icons in the biz.

Her runway looks makes her one of the fans favorite and she keeps it so with this cool and dope effort she calls- Gimme Love and she completes the journey by featuring one of the Alpha male hunks in the Nigerian Music Scenes- Runtown, who made this duet quite memorable for both performers as well as the fans.

5. Lovin’ by Simi

Simi enters our pop divas list for the second time and rightly so. She can’t seem to get over her love bug and she subsequently takes it to the studio and cooks up this romantic piece she calls – Lovin’

In this Alternative Afro pop sound, Simi thrills us to a beautiful rendition that concentrates heavily on love and romance; and who’s to blame out lover gal- when cupid strikes you with those proverbial arrows, well you can’t help it but sing some more about some Lovin’

4. Lova Lova by Tiwa Savage feat Duncan Mighty

When Mavin First Lady- Tiwa Savage hooked up with self-styled Port Harcourt first son (Duncan Mighty); to cook up the power tune- Lova Lova; it was just a matter of time for this track to be the national anthem at every club, social gathering, party and just about any fun rendezvous.

Lova Lova was released in 2018, but almost a year later, the sound keeps getting stronger. Thanks to the heightened sexuality, sensuality and high octane level carelessly expressed in this piece, and if you’ve seen the video then you’ll understand what I mean.

3. Case by Teni

Teni’s Case has popped in almost all the Nigerian Music chart, radio station, cable and anywhere this piece of good music can be played.

Again we can’t simply not make this Amazonian beauty our main Case on a #WomanCrushWednesday such as this. The song is indeed thought provoking albeit romantic to an incomprehensible level.

You can go just feel this sound and join our gal Teni in the hook as she sings:

mbem mbem ijelebe m

I slap police for ur case… i go to war for your case.. i cross the bridge for your case

for your case eh! for your case ele ele ele

cos my my papa no be dangote eh or adeleke buh we go de ok!

2. Uyo Meyo by Teni

Again, Teni assumes the number two spot and for y’all crushers like yours truly, Uyo Meyo , a track done in her native Ondo dialect is one sure tune that needs to be on your replay.

An inspirational track that details the obstacles this big and beautiful diva had to face while on her path to mega stardom. You need to download this track if you’ve not to feel the intensity, profound expression and empathy Teni brought as she tells this inspirational story.

1. Be my Man by Asa

Asa remains the best female act to come out of Nigeria and even Africa as a continent,; and if you aint crushing on this Jailer, then you are missing out of the fun especially as she tried to serenade the dudes in this track from way back she calls- Be my man, a track that came off her Beautiful Imperfection Album.

Be my man is a fast paced track, with a lot of beats, tone and harmony that’ll subtly compel you to hit the dance floor with Asa singing expertly to entertain and parse her love messages to her man

This is what it is gonna be peeps, feel free to let us know who you are crushing on this Wednesday, while at that, do not hesitate to follow the conversation on all our social media Handles @gbedustreet.

Thanks for stopping by yet again, we truly appreciate your readership.


Written By chinemere onuekwusi

Chinemere Onuekwusi is just a dude who writes on pretty much every topic that relates to small business, blogging, Music, Films and conscientious issues. He enjoys reading, traveling and he's a helluva technology enthusiast.

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    i believe Teni will go far with her music. i like her music. the dangote song and uya meya.
    i like her stile of music. shes got this real passion for her audience. i think if you sing about what you,ve been through or are going through.. you will really speak to a lot of people because its not only you going through such kind of stuff. Actually everyone is going through some kind of stuff in one way or the other…

    • chinemere onuekwusi

      Thanks Frasier for your comments. TENI is truly a vocal amazon and with her unique style of singing and superb delivery, she is just that diva that will keep Nigeria on the map.


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