It’s new music month, and best believe we are loving every bit of it. We’re about to step into the weekend, so we want to ensure that all is set for a groovy weekend; hence the Glazia weekend playlist.

For starters, let talk about the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever album that dropped on Friday the 4th of November. The sensational album featured some of Africa’s biggest stars like Burna Boy, Rema, Fireboy DML, and Tems. The album also featured the Queen of the Navy, Rihanna, who sang a beautiful ballad as a tribute to Chadwick Boseman, who played T’Challa in the first installment of the movie. 

More music from the GLAZIA weekend playlist! 

Asake Ft Tiwa Savage – Loaded

From the Black Panther album we dive straight to Asake also dropped a new sound, “Loaded” featuring African Bad Gyal Tiwa Savage. The “Sungba” crooner also dropped a video of the song we would like to say that TG Omori never disappoints. Tiwa Savage is not leaving our necks anytime soon but we aren’t complaining. Instead, we are screaming “more of the sexy goddess that we know you to be.”

Mavins – Won Da Mo

The Mavin Crew are not left behind as they dropped a single titled WON DA MO on the 9th of November. In the spirit of full disclosure, we are already bopping our heads to the beats and waiting for it to be played at events so we can show people all the new dance skills we learned. Ladipoe, Johnny Drille, Magixx, Ayra Starr, Rema, Crayon, BoySpyce, newest signee Bayanni, sure know how to get us swaying.

Wizkid – More Love Less Ego

Afrobeat superstar and Grammy award winner, Wizkid is also part of our new music drop! Simply put, Christmas is coming early! The Grammy award-winning artiste is set to release his 5th studio album More Love Less Ego on the 11th of November and we already know the songs we want to listen to first. He shared the album tracklist on the 8th of November with features including Ayra Starr, Skepta, Naira Marley, etc.

We guarantee these songs will make you dancing all weekend long. Enjoy it! 

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