So, last week I was writing a post about the Tecno W4 and I wanted to make a pun with W4’s Wagba Kontrol. That sent me down a rabbit hole where I stumbled on a bunch of old Nigerian Hip-Hop songs. The second I started playing them, the office lit up, and we went from a quiet room of TechCabal and Zikoko writers to a bunch of 20-something year olds chanting enthusiastically while they worked.

I’ve made them into a YouTube playlist called NSTLGA, and I dare you to listen till the end without feeling nostalgic.

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Here’s the tracklist

1. Lagbaja – Konko Below
2. Eedris – Mr. Lecturer
3. Zule Zoo – Kerewa
4. Sound Sultan – Mathematics
5. X Project – Lori le
6. Mo’Hits – Booty Call
7. Why Me
8. Tony Tetuila – My Car
9. Daddy Showkey – Somebody Call My Name
10. Alhaji – Alhaji
11. Weird MC – Ijoya
12. Olu Maintain – Yahooze
13. Kelly Handsome – Maga Don Pay
14. Tuface – True Love
15. Tuface – African Queen
16. Tuface – If Love Is A Crime
17. Djinee – Ego
18. Tuface – See Me So
19. Styl Plus – Iya Basira
20. Styl Plus – Olufunmi
21. Mad Melon & Mountain Black – Danfo Driver
22. Eedris – Mr. Lecturer 2
23. Lagbaja – Nothing For You
24. Lagbaja – Skentele

Here’s the playlist

Did I leave anything out? Click here to let me know, or just leave a comment.

Read next: NSTLGA by yours truly (AKA the post that’s married to this playlist).

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