Top Afro-Amapiano songs to ginger you for the week presents The finest Afro-Amapiano songs to enjoy this week.

Top Afro-Amapiano songs to ginger you for the week
Top Afro-Amapiano songs to ginger you for the week

Afro-Amapiano songs sometimes known as “Afropiano,” songs are tunes that are made out of a fusion of South African Amapiano and West African Afrobeats.

Amapiano, which in Zulu means “the pianos,” is a subgenre of house music that first appeared in South Africa in 2012 and exploded in popularity in that country in 2017.

Although it originated in South Africa, Amapiano is now being used in numerous songs across the continent, especially by Nigerian producers and musicians.

From early 2020 to recent times, one can hear elements of Amapiano in some Nigerian songs, in fact, new school artists like Zinoleesky, Asake, and Seyi Vibez have been able to secure mainstream popularity thanks to their careful and melodious use of Amapiano in their songs.

While the release of Afro-Amapiano songs isn’t as much as before, it is clearly still a favourite with Nigerian listeners.


Party No Dey Stop- Adekunle Gold ft Zinoleesky

Adekunle Gold – Party No Dey Stop
Adekunle Gold – Party No Dey Stop

As his first track of the year, Adekunle Gold teams up with Marlian Music prodigy Zinoleesky to release the upbeat song “Party No Dey Stop.”

The song “Party No Dey Stop,” produced by renowned beatmaker Kel P, is about having more fun and less stress.

With lyrics such as “me wey I don high on paraga, why I go get time for wahala, AG and Zinoleesky are pro-party and anti-wahala on the new joint.

Werser- Mr Eazi

Mr Eazi – Werser
Mr Eazi – Werser

Just like Mr Eazi repeatedly chanted on this new piece, the pressure is actually getting werser. However, no matter the level, knowing how to relax is also important.

Mr Eazi gets the party started this year with a brand-new song called “Werser.” This time, the singer makes use of the skills of Mozambican music producer DJ Tarico, who made the upbeat instrumental of the song.

Pressure – Peruzzi ft Fireboy DML

Peruzzi – Pressure
Peruzzi – Pressure

Peruzzi is off to a terrific start in 2023 with his first official single , ‘Pressure‘. The song stars YBNL’s prodigy, Fireboy DML, and it serves as their second-ever collaboration after the publishing of ‘Southy Love’ in December 2020.

On “Pressure“, Peruzzi and Fireboy go on a loverboy cruise backed by the usual Amapiano drum kicks.

With his sweet vocals, Peruzzi expresses his emotions in the song. On the other side, Fireboy woos his love interest with audacious vocals in an effort to win her over.

Bunda- DJ Spinall ft Olamide, Kemuel

Spinall X Olamide - Bunda
Spinall X Olamide – Bunda

When DJ Spinall and Olamide last worked together, the result was the 2017 single “Gimme Love,” a bouncy and lighthearted song produced by Pheelz that left fans eager for more from both artists.

After six years, they have returned with a brand-new song called “Bunda,” featuring Kemuel, a rising Afrobeats artist.

Just like the title implies, the song is an ode to the backside of women who they appropriately worship and exult.


Gwagwalada- BNXN, Kizz Daniel, Seyi Vibez

BNXN fka Buju – Gwagwalada
BNXN fka Buju – Gwagwalada

No one saw a collaboration by BNXN, Kizz Daniel and Seyi Vibez happening anytime soon.

Like most tracks, this one features a lot of Lamba and is a seamless fusion of Afrobeats and Amapiano, with the electrifying South African kicks standing out.

It is also a track that promotes a street in the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria, Abuja on a National level.

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