3 Days To Go: Counting Down Wande Coal Top 10 Hits

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Are you ready for a concert of pop, dance and R&B? Kick off the entertainment season in Lagos this Christmas by attending King Coal Live in Concert.

It’s almost here and we can’t wait to see the original Black Diamond take centre stage!

There’s a lot to be excited about at King Coal Live in Concert, between performances from Wande Coal’s albums and a possible Mo’Hits reunion, your time will be well spent at King Coal Live. We all know Wande Coal has given us banging hits over the years.

If you’re a fan of hip hop, dance, alternative or afrobeats, then there’s no better way to spend your Friday evening than attending the King Coal Live concert. As we countdown to one of the loudest concerts of the season, we explore the list of other incredible Wande Coal hits below (in no particular order) to build your excitement further:

  1. Ololufe:

Released in 2007, Ololufe was the first Wande Coal single, and is still one of those songs you can never get tired of listening to, no matter how many times you’ve heard it. It is arguably one of the greatest Nigerian love song of all time.

 

  1. Bumper to Bumper:

Mushin2Mohits is one of the best albums to have come out of Nigeria’s music industry; and Bumper To Bumper was one of the songs that made the album sell out with ease.

 

  1. Iskaba:

Iskaba is a joint effort from Wande Coal featuring DJ Tunez and was produced by Spellz, and a true club banger. A shaku shaku masterclass with a vibe made for the streets, Iskaba is laden with a contagious tune with Wande switching from falsetto to baritone effortlessly.

 

  1. Super Woman:

In March 2016, Wande dropped a new video ‘Super Woman’ off his sophomore album Wanted. Superwoman celebrated all the wonderful women in Nigeria. Spotlighting all the wonderful things that women do and how they are not celebrated enough.

 

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  1. So Mi So:

The self-acclaimed Black Diamond Records boss came through with his second release for the year 2018 “So Mi So”, a song which was produced by Juls. The song was so soulful, you would bet it was spiritual. Wande fused new school mumble with tonic solfa and you could feel his voice on every bassline. So mi so was so good it stood out way above the shaku shaku trend.

 

  1. My Way:

Valentine day gifts hardly get better than this one, music-wise; as he dropped this song on February 14th, 2013. The song ticked all the right boxes in terms of production and delivery. The song was an ode to beautiful women and the vocalist killed it

 

  1. Rotate:

Rotate, produced by Don Jazzy, is classic Wande Coal – A true party joint sure to cause a havoc up in the clubs. This song was so good it had the legendary twerk dancers from South Africa on it. Rotate was also one of the songs that’s kick started the twerk team craze in Nigeria.

 

  1. Baby Hello: 

Baby Hello is an up-tempo, dance and strong party track that will keep you moving from the moment you hear it.

 

  1. Tur-Key Nla:

Wande Coal went off the hook with Tur-Key Nla, and ended 2017 on a high. The Black Diamond frontman delivered a vibrant dancehall infused jam on this one.

 

  1. Ashimapeyin:

This is track that will definitely get you off your seats, and is off his sophomore album, Wanted.

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