Top Nigerian Albums Of 2020 You Should Listen To Before Wizkid’s ‘Made In Lagos’

7 Top Nigerian Albums Of 2020 You Should Listen To Before Wizkid’s ‘Made In Lagos’
By Olabimpe O | Oct 13, 2020 | 15:51 –
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We’re at that point where the most anticipated Nigerian Album of 2020 i.e Wizkid’s ‘Made In Lagos’ is about to storm our playlist. Before the release of this MIL body of work we would love to share some 2020 released body of work (7 Top Nigerian Albums) y’all need to digest and make your playlist fresh.
(Nigerian Albums 2020) , Nigerian music scene has been reframed, shocked, redefined, torn down, confounded, and crumbled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Several artistes, however, not deterred by this and found appropriate ways to record and share their music. In the past month, the heavyweights dropped projects and it is safe to say that the music space is saturated with a huge dose of albums. It can be quite tedious to keep up with all the good and quality music and we definitely do not want our fans and readers to be left out.
This has compelled us to bring forth a list of these albums to keep you on track. In this article, we are highlighting 6 hot albums you should listen to in no particular order.
Below Are 7 Top Nigerian Albums Of 2020 You Should Listen To Before Wizkid’s Made In Lagos (MIL)
DJ Cuppy – “Original Copy”
Dj Cuppy is one artiste that has received so much hate in the music industry just because she was born with a silver spoon. Despite releasing hit songs like “ Abena ,” “Green Light” and “ Gelato ”, many still believe that she paved her way to success with her already established background and not her personal efforts. Due to the unnecessary drama and trolling, Cuppy announced that she would release an EP then retire from the music scene.
Cuppy stayed true to her words and started working on the project but after some time, it graduated from being EP to an album after the addition of some tracks. The title of the album “ Original Copy” was picked by her fan (the cupcakes) after creating several polls on social media. The titled is a strong oxymoron that portrays Cuppy herself. It accurately depicts the body of work that will showcase Cuppy’s immense talent as a music artist and her diverse knowledge of great sounds.
On the 21st of August, 2020, Cuppy dropped the highly anticipated 12 track album which features the likes of Efya, Wyclef Jean, Wale, Darkoo, Stonebwoy, Teni, Sir Shina Peters, Nonso Amadi, Julain Marley, Ms Banks, Ycee, and Seyi Shay . Within 24 hours of its release, the album amassed rave reviews as all 12 tracks of it made it to the top 100 Nigerian songs on Apple Music and 10 of the tracks remained on the platform, days after. Would fans let Cuppy peacefully retire after the release of this album? We think not!
Adekunle Gold – “Afro Pop Volu

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