As you resume work this new week, We’ve pulled together some of the motivating music that will help with your concentration. These playlists will give you some background noise that’s less distracting than putting the TV and help you concentrate. There’s music for every kind of mood on this playlist. From times when your work speed is on full drive to times when you need to get up and shake your body.

Born to Win by Timaya

Born To Win is Timaya’s first single for 2020. This song shows Papichulo as a hardworking artiste who believes in his hustle. It shows someone who isn’t ready to relent with music even after recording and receiving a number of achievements to his name.

The song preaches hardwork, consistency and patience. It also serves as a reminder of many people who have been rich and famous in the past but are now long forgotten.

Work From Home by Fifth Harmony Featuring Ty Dollar Sign

Work from Home” is a song recorded by American girl group Fifth Harmony featuring American singer Ty Dolla Sign. The song is primarily an R&B track that incorporates elements of trap music and tropical house beats.

As of December 2016, the single had sold 1.4 million digital downloads in the United States. The song has achieved multi-platinum certifications in several countries, including quintuple platinum in Canada and the United States.

Jerusalema Remix Master KG Featuring Burna Boy

The original version of this song was already arguably one of the biggest song on the continent. This original version of Jerusalema which was released in December 2019 has garnered over 26 million views on Youtube.

The remix featuring Burna Boy has made the song even bigger and it’s currently playing on all the airwaves in Nigeria. On the remix, the Grammy-nominated singer sang in Zulu, English, Yoruba and pidgin English. You should definitely jam it this week.

New York City Girl by Fire Boy

The YBNL act finally releases his 2020 debut single after series of music videos for some buzzing tracks off his debut album. The song produced by Type A is a mid tempo Afro-pop record which can also be termed as R’n’B. Its a love song that speak to having a crush, or an imaginary lover.

The song is coming after the huge success of his 2019 solo body of work, ‘Laughter, Tears and Goosebumps‘ which has over 70 millions streams on Audiomack, 30 million views on Youtube with other million streams on other digital stores. This week, jamming to this song will help.

Wonderful by Burna Boy

Wonderful is a new track from the African giant and 2020 BET Awards nominee, Burna Boy.
The new entry arrived after the success of his well-accepted record and visual for “Odogwu“ released in February this year. With production credits from Telz, Wonderful” precedes Twice as Tall. Burna Boy’s upcoming album, which is set for release later this summer, is very much anticipated. It follows last year’s African Giant, which has earned more than 162 million streams to date in the U.S.

We Go Win Corona by Cobahms

While going on with our daily hustles and jobs, let’s not forget that COVID-19 is still very much around. Observe social distancing measures and take all the necessary precautions to keep safe. This track by super talented producer Cobhams is a reminder and assurance that we will triumph over this pandemic.

We Go Win (Corona) is a soft melodious song delivered on Cobham’s piano with lyrics that encourages us to take all safety precautions seriously and self-isolate.

Naughty Girl by Wande Coal

Wande Coal comes through with his second official single for the year. The new track which is titled “Naughty Girl” comes after the release of his chart-topping track “Again” which was dropped back in February.

On this new record “Naughty Girl”, Wande Coal teamed up with YBNL in house producer, Pheelz and they both created magic on this addictive pop song. Definitely something you should jam to this week.

Glory by John Legend and Common

Common and John Legend released “Glory”, back in 2014. It’s an anthem that resonates with both the film and the social unrest happening today.

Common raps about the recent events in Ferguson during the first verse—a chilling modern counterpart to the historical events in the movie chronicles.

“One son died, his spirit is revisiting us,” he raps “living in us, resistance is us. That’s why Rosa sat on the bus! That’s why we walk through Ferguson with our hands up!”. This song will power you through the week for sure.

Alien by Rema

Alien’ is the latest record from Rema produced by Level. On “Alien” he raps about being in love with his Bestie and ready to spend the ‘rack’ ($100 bill) on her.

If you are a fan of Rema and has been paying attention to his sound you would agree he loves Trap and the genre is a part of him. Even if you are no fan, you can tell from the series of freestyles he has done, posted on social media with them going viral. His new sound Afro-Trap is definitely a vibe you want to be on this week.

Ada by Kizz Daniel

Ada is off the King of Love album by Kizz Daniel. The song is an appreciation tune dedicated to first born females with their strength. This Kizz Daniel’s new album, contains 17-tracks with no feature. The song was produced by DJ Coublon and Young John. It was mixed and mastered by MillaMix. A jam indeed!

We hope you tune to and enjoy every song on this playlist. Hope it supplies you with the strength and the motivation you need for the week.

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