Blast From The Past: 10 Of Our Favourite Nigerian Songs From 2008



It's no exaggeration to say that Nigerian culture feeds off music. Whether it’s street bands hailing the presumed ogas at an event, live bands performing at a wedding or any one of our incredibly talented DJs killing it on decks, Nigerians must always be moving to something.

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In an incredibly fast music industry — where one-hit-wonders such as Zule Zoo ("Kerewa”) and jams such as Davido's "Flora My Flawa" enjoy a very small moment in the spotlight before being completely left behind — being able to keep Nigerians moving is no small feat.

For artists to create truly timeless bops is an incredible achievement, and one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. So, to honour the legends that have given us hits that we’ll remember forever, we at Konbini are curating a list of our favourite songs from each year in the past decade.

From 9ice's iconic "Gongo Aso" to Sasha's "Adara", here are 10 of our nostalgia-inducing 2008 faves

"Gongo Aso" — 9ice

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"Kini Big Deal" — Naeto C

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"Wind Am Well" — Ikechukwu ft. Don Jazzy & D'Banj

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"Julie" — Shank

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"Gbona Feli Feli" — D'Banj

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"Big Boy" — Eldee ft. Olu Maintain, Oladele & Banky W

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"Lori Le" — X Project

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"Adara" — Sasha

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"Safe" — M.I ft. Djinee

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"Street Credibility" — 9ice ft. 2face Idibia

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