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Review: Top10 Throwback Bangers From The South

Thursdays are for Throwbacks and on this day we’d like to journey you through Memory Lane of some amazing jams from the South that left an enviable footprint in the sands of time as we present “Top10 Throwback Bangers From The South”… feel free to read and leave a response

#10. Sky B – My Baby

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This Port Harcourt based Rapper may not have possed the prowess, skills rich vocabulary If by 2007/2008 you had access to modern media player then this Jam surely nneeds no introduction to you.

released aloongside the album titled Pray For Me which sold over 1 million copies,Sky B was certainly the icing on the cake in 07. banging everywhere with this very tune

Enjoy below and by the way, where is Sky B?

#09. D’Smart – Pikin (Small Stout)

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Prominent Port Harcourt comedian D’Smart took it upon himself to caution against child bearing desperation amongst women with a spice of comic flair discussing the consequences of the act and well, this one made it here as a prominent vibe of way back with positive message to communicate still relevant in recent times…

#08. Mish – Akwa Ibom Ayaiya

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While other states had 5-10 trending songs spotlighting their culture and identity, Akwa Ibom obviously desperately needed One, and out of nowhere Mish came through with this infectious vibe that became an instant banger accepted even in non Ibibio land…

#07. Waconzy – I CELEBRATE

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As at 2010/2011, how would your playlist not have waconzy? Dude dominated the entire South’s sphere and was obviously breaking into the Lagos market triumphantly…

Celebrate remains his biggest hit thus far. at the moment not much is heard from this Act… hope everything is alright with him …

#06. StereoMan – Sample

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Stereoman aka Ekwe ruled the airwaves with a very different type of vybe and this remain evergreen from that year’s compilation as the Warri first born had fun and even showed an incredible hold of his cultural heritage with art in the videos of his works

One Jam that found its way into every mixtape of the 2010 – 2011 compilations…

#05. SpiderMan – Ekwu ft Timaya

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As far as the Akwa Cross Contemporary music breakthrough is subject of discussion, this jam played a great part in setting the pace for others to dare to strive! As far back 2009 this was one of the biggest jam in Nigeria banging on radios, mixtapes clubs and everywhere… Trust, jam still doper than some blown jobs of recent times…

#04. Iyanya – Kukere

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The Cross River Pop Star debuted with this spanking banger in early 2012 to compliment the trending Etighi dance… particularly famous in Nigeria, Ghana and the United Kingdom this is notably one of the biggest jam D-tunes has produced thus far… A major breakthrough jam for the Kukere maste

#03 Duncan Mighty – Dance for me

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Debated to be the biggest Song out of Africa as at 2008, Dance for Me remains one of Duncan Mighty’s Legendary vibe out…
It obviously was the hit track that sold the Koliwater album Across Africa and trust this one still sounds good..

#02. Timaya – story

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Commander in Chief of the Dem Mama Soldiers and Egberi Papa1 of Bayelsa Debuted his Solo career in 2005 with the hit Single “True Story” which later became the title of his debut album.
With massive rotation In media houses, mixtapes and streams across Africa, this remains the pace setter for Timaya’s success of today. ..


#01. MC Galaxy – Sekem

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Top of this countdown is The most recent of this compilation yet not recorded yesterday, MC Galaxy Scored a platinum with this One, moving from a Dancer to an A List act in no time… The T-Spize produced hit remains till date the Pop Star’s most most successful single out yet… Still fresh in our memories with it own complimentary dance 🎶

Tune is evergreen

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