10 Biggest Nigerian Songs of 2015 So Far ( Audio-Visuals)

Here are the songs that have enjoyed massive plays off and online in Nigeria so far in 2015. Let’s see if they remain on the list or if other songs get bigger than some of the ones that made the list before the year runs out...

10. Olamide x Phyno – Ladi ft Lil Kesh

 Olamide and Lil Kesh had Phyno rapping in Yoruba on Ladi which was the stand out track on the 2 Kings album. It is doing extremely well!

“Iranu… Abasha!”


9. Patoranking ft Wande Coal – My Woman My Everything

Earlier this year, there were a few whispers concerning the lack of massive HIT singles from Patoranking especially after Daniella Whine did not get the “Girlie O” level of success. 
The good news is that Pato’ has shut all the murmuring up with the well-received fan-favourite, “My Woman My Everything” featuring Wande Coal in a short amount of time after its release.

8. Kiss Daniel – Laye


Before Laye dropped, many Nigerian Music Fans questioned Kiss Daniel’s ability to deliver another successful single. Well, almost a year after releasing Woju, it appears that Daniel has pulled it off. 

Laye is playing everywhere in Lagos and growing in other parts of the country. Let’s see how it does by the end of the year.

7. Iyanya ft Don Jazzy – Gift

I don’t think anyone saw this collaboration on the horizon until it was promoted and eventually released. Gift by Iyanya featuring Don Jazzy is an all around catchy song and continues to get plays on the radio and at parties. Definitely a very popular track in 2015 so far.

Iyanya’s album drops next month. We expect him to register at least one more hit song before 2015 runs out.

6. Lil Kesh – Gbese



YBNL’s Lil Kesh got another BIG hit in Gbese. Both visuals and audio were played on every channel, and is still currently a fan favourite.

At this point, it’s safe to say ‘Kesh is NOT a One Hit Wonder.

5. Davido ft Meek Mill – Fans Mi



Davido delivered a club banger and got a hot verse from American rapper, Meek Mill on the track “Fans Mi“. The video went on to register huge numbers, amassing over 200,000 views on Youtube in 24 hours. If that isn’t a record for a Naija video (I suspect the Okoye twins have that crown), it’s surely in the Top 5.

His highly anticipated album should be out in September 2015.

4. Korede Bello – Godwin



Korede Bello and Don Jazzy could not possibly have anticipated the viral effect of Godwin when they were recording it. This tune has done massive numbers when it comes to plays in parties and on the radio, to the point that virtually everyone and their mama has said “na Godwin o!” as a catch-phrase at some point this year, thanks to Korede and the Don.

It is undeniably the biggest song out of the Mavin stable in 2015.

3. Wizkid – Ojuelegba


Track 5: Ojuelegba on Wizkid‘s Ayo (Joy) album – released under EME – is by far THE STANDOUT and most unique sounding track, but most of us didn’t notice that it was a HIT SONG early enough. Fela is probably somewhere smiling down on Wizkid for keeping the Afrobeat flag flying.

We definitely didn’t see a Drake and Skepta feature on the remix. And we surely haven’t seen the last of “Ojuelegba“. The song is experiencing the most astonishing organic growth globally, particularly in the U.S, at the moment. Brace yourselves, people!

2. Kiss Daniel – Woju


Woju has to be the most dominant single of 2015. G-Worldwide recording artist, Kiss Daniel established himself as a new force to be reckoned with in the Nigerian Music industry. He literally came outta nowhere and dropped a banger in 2014, which was initially a slow burner, and then it picked up steam at the tail-end of the year.

By the end of the first quarter of 2015, Woju was everywhere! From Lagos to Benin, Enugu to Abuja, in fact, the whole country; Woju became the #1 song in Nigeria, and by some distance. Just when it looked as though the fire was gradually dying down, the remix with Tiwa Savage and Davido sprung to life.

1. Olamide – Bobo


The rate at which Olamide‘s Bobo blew up after it got released was borderline scary. In less than a month, it spread across the web, radio and Television, and things have never been the same. If you’ve never attempted the “Shakiti Bobo” dance, you’re clearly not hip.

Without a doubt, this is the Summer anthem of 2015.


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