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Valentine's Day Playlist: 10 of the best Nigerian love duets

By: Gideon |Time : February 14, 2019, 03:05:27 AM
Music goes with the mood, and good music nicely complements the gifts and the flowers that fly through the air every February 14th.
While everything else may be ordered last minute, a stellar playlist needs to be thoroughly planned and that is why we are bringing this to you ahead of the big day .
If you have been occupied with planning that intimate dinner or surprise gift and not had time to compile the perfect songs for that unforgettable evening, not to worry, we have saved you that stress with this playlist of some of the most romantic Nigerian love duets that will hopelessly make your night far better. [list is not in any particular order]
Here is our Valentine's Day playlist of 10 of the best Nigerian love duets you need to listen to.

1. Jeremiah Gyang feat. Asa - 'Comforter's Song'
From his 2012 released album, ''The Love'' is this classic anthem by the multi talented singer/producer Jeremiah Gyang featuring Asa .
'Comforter's Song' is that smooth number where the duo profess sincere feelings in the most evocative manner. The lyrics of this song are vows that are heartily expressed with every line brilliantly written.

2. M.I Abaga ft Waje - 'One Naira'
'One Naira' is the theme song for the young Nigerian who has found love, especially considering the present times. From his album
''MI2,'' the Chocolate City boss teams up with singer Waje on this defining single where they share assurances even in the face of a lean pocket.

3. Tiwa Savage feat Leo Wonder - 'Ife Wa Gbona'
''I must be, the luckiest girl in the world, cos you chose me to share this love in your heart'', Tiwa Savage packs intimacy, sensitivity and relatability in this Afrocentric duet with Leo Wonder that promises love not just for now, but that which will last eternal.

4. Lagbaja feat Ego - 'Never Far Away'
Sometimes love gets to that point where strains appear and things begin to fall apart, but the Valentine season offers a period where the bond can again be strengthened and Lagbaja and
Ego 's 'Never Far Away' reflects on the good times as two lovers find their way back to where it all started.

5. 2face Idibia feat Bridget Kelly - 'Let Somebody Love You'
The song title tells the entire story as 2face alongside American singer, Bridget Kelly go personal with their feelings.
The first verse is 2face at his best, letting out his emotions and desires as Kelly's verse just places this on an ethereal level.

6. Stan Iyke feat. Tiwa Savage - 'Darlin'
A balladic rendition that provides the perfect tune for that romantic mood presented by Stan Iyke alongside Tiwa Savage and produced by
Cobhams Asuquo . This is a song that reeks of 'love' from the production to the vocals. Just go ahead and press play.

7. Becca and MI - 'No Away'
Ghanaian singer Becca 's collaboration with MI gate-crashes this list mainly because of the strong showing of the Nigerian rapper.
'No Away' is love music delivered in its purest form, an unabashed expression of genuine feelings and one that makes for a completely irresistible listen.

8. Adekunle Gold and Simi - 'Promise'
Days following their wedding , new couple, Adekunle Gold and Simi share their vows with their listeners as they mark the perfect beginning of their union with promises of love.

9. Johnny Drille and Niniola - 'Start Over'
One of love's biggest weapon is in its ability to forgive and be willing to start all over again.
Johnny Drille and Niniola understand that in relationships, there are no perfections and what day presents a better opportunity for couples to start on a clean slate if not on Valentine's day as they give their love wings on 'Start All Over.'

10. Flavour feat Chidinma - 'Ololufe'
Flavour and Chidinma come together to prove that love is without boundaries especially the one that comes in form of tribe. With 'Ololufe' , they communicate a willingness to give everything to each other regardless of what people say.[/list]

Re: Valentine's Day Playlist: 10 of the best Nigerian love duets

By: Gideon |Time : February 14, 2019, 03:08:16 AM
Well, personally I don't do valentine day because I feel love should be shown everyday. I like songs 2,3 and 4 especially the added message passed across.

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