Vote: Which Nigerian Music Single was the anthem for 2016?

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As the year draws to a close, please participate in our poll by voting for our shortlist of the biggest Nigerian Music Single of 2016.

Which Nigerian Music Single was the anthem for 2016?
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A song loved not only in Nigeria but Africa as a whole, Fada Fada embraces its traditional and church music heritage and boasts easy listening and sing along properties. What’s not to love, especially with Phyno and Olamide on the same track?

  DOWNLOAD AUDIO: Phyno ft. Olamide – Fada Fada (Ghetto Gospel) (4.3 MiB, 112,157 hits)

The song Mama is instantly catchy, utterly danceable and Kiss Daniel’s soothing, throaty vocal work is the glue that holds it all together.

  DOWNLOAD AUDIO: Kiss Daniel - Mama (Prod. Young John) (3.5 MiB, 99,382 hits)

The battle for today’s hit single in Nigerian music is won by the beat and Tekno Pana’s slowed down wonder is a delicious and original blend of drums, snares and whatever else is working right now in the business.

  DOWNLOAD: “Tekno“ - Pana (Prod. Krizbeatz) (3.8 MiB, 684,624 hits)

With its overtly simplistic lyrics and themes that speak to the very Nigerian past time of praying for every single life decision, no wayAdekunle Gold‘s Pick Up would not have succeeded on the scale that it did.

  DOWNLOAD: Adekunle Gold – Pick Up (Prod. Pheelz) (3.1 MiB, 75,035 hits)

As if he still needed any proof of his choke hold on the rap/pop game, Olamide dropped a freestyle, Who You Epp in April and like a boss, left some free 16 bars for people to complete. This cut with Phyno and Wande Coal is the official promo version which became a street anthem across Nigeria

  DOWNLOAD AUDIO: Wande Coal x Olamide x Phyno – Who You Epp? (Refix) (4.6 MiB, 136,793 hits)

Wilfred Okiche

Wilfred Okiche

Wilfred Okiche is a movie buff and music head. He is still waiting for that one record that will change his life and remains ever optimistic. You can follow him on Twitter @drwill20

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