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Top 10 Raves: Music Worth Listening to this Week


This week can be termed a week of revivals and remixes. We have spotted some songs making their way back up the charts and a few collaborations and remixes.

These are our top picks for our Raves Playlist this week in no particular order. Check them out and enjoy.

Last Last by Burna Boy:


The Toni Braxton inspired track by Burna Boy is still making waves on the afrobeat and main US charts with 12 weeks now at number 1. It's still very much worth listening to so let's get that out of the way first.

Dance Now by JID ft Kenny Mason:


AMERICAN rapper and Dreamville signee JID has just released another single in the lead up to his third studio album. The song has upcoming rapper Kenny Mason on it as well and he makes the most of the opportunity. It's a very classy attempt at a trendy TikTok song at worst.

Best Friends Remix by The Weeknd ft Summer Walker:

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The Weeknd is still pouring fuel on the flames of his last album "Dawn FM" with a remix with RnB singer Summer Walker.

Yungen by Rod Wave ft Jack Harlow - Rod:


Wave's new album "Beautiful Mind" has already gotten a breakout single featuring Jack Harlow called Yungen. Jack Harlow keeps showing that he is more than a Drake copycat and that his ability is more diverse than he gets credit for.


Jaiye Foreign by Zinoleesky ft Tiwa Savage:


Zinoleesky adds another brilliant song to his current run of singles this time featuring Tiwa Savage. Tiwa Savage shines very much on this song.

Danger Remix by Terri ft BNXN fka BUJU


The stand out songs from his latest project - In Transit - are getting more love with Danger getting a feature from BUJU along with another song from the EP. Keep reading to find out which one.

Unacceptable by Cordae


This song sees Cordae attempting to fix his reputation with his fans following the self acknowledged disappointment that was his last album. This song comes packaged as a double and sees him take on a more mainstream sound which is definitely a step in the right direction for him.


So With That by Cordae


Cordae must have heard the J.Cole comparisons and said "I like that" - he doubles down a lot on the smooth delivery over soulful instrumentals style that J.Cole has been known for using and that brought him to the forefront of rap on Forest Hills Drive.

No Lie Remix by Terri ft Rema


The other addition to Terri's EP in the deluxe version is a Remix featuring the rave lord Rema and he adds an interesting energy to the track's Remix.

No Temi by A-Q and Brymo


To end it a great afrorap track from Brymo and A-Q. This is a great afrosoul and trapsoul combination it goes from calming and ancient to modern and exciting very easily which makes for a great listen.

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