This week’s most popular songs across all genres, ranked by radio airplay audience impressions as measured by NigezieTv and other different platforms.
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Part of the Top Songs is Yolo by Seyi Shay. Seyi Shay came back with a new track to kick off 2017. The delectable Nigerian singer “Seyi Shay” lights up the year 2017 torch with new sound “Yolo Yolo” produced by the hit maker “DJ Coublon” (who has been heavily linked to Don Jazzy’s Mavins recently)
Yolo Yolo serves as follow up to her widely accepted song on radio and clubs. The song Yolo Yolo in one houses different flavor of music genre from Latin to Salsa to highlife and to afrobeat.
The song Yolo Yolo was mastered by Africa’s leading sound engineer “Swaps”
Deborah Oluwaseyi Joshua (born 21 December 1985), professionally known by her stage name Seyi Shay (pronounced Shay-yee Shay), is a Nigerian-based English singer-songwriter, recording artist, performer, and record producer. She wrote and produced three songs for the soundtrack to Konami’s video game Crime Life: Gang Wars (2005). She also wrote “You Will See”, a song that was included on Melanie C’s third studio album Beautiful Intentions (2005). Shay wrote “White Lies”, a song from Chip’s Transition album. In 2008, she became the lead singer for the now defunct pop girl group From Above. The group signed a recording deal with Sony/Columbia and was managed by Mathew Knowles’ Music World Entertainment company. In November 2013, she signed an endorsement deal with telecommunications service provider Etisalat. In November 2015, Shay released her debut studio album titled Seyi or Shay. It was supported by the promotional singles “Irawo”, “Ragga Ragga”, and “Chairman”.