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You Need This New ‘African Summer’ Mixtape In Your Life

DJ Underdog and DJ Native Sun come through with 'African Summer,' an hour-long excursion through the best beats of the summer '16.

DJ Underdog and DJ Native Sun come through with African Summer, an hour-long mixtape excursion through the best beats and dance floor heaters from their many summer ‘16 parties.


As you know, Underdog is a resident DJ at our Electrafrique parties and he regularly teams up with Native Sun to host our #OKAYAFRICADC nights—so this one’s a family affair.

The two DJs cycle through bangers from Flavour, Davido, Tiwa Savage, Shatta Wale and even throw in an afrobeat rework of Rihanna throughout their new African Summer mix.

Underdog mentions that this mix is “perfect for catching an Uber to your loved ones house and having watermelon juice with lime.”

Hear it in full above and check out the track list below.

'African Summer' Track List

1. MOMENTS IN LOVE ....

2. Shatta Wale - Baby (Chop Kiss)

3. Okidibio - Benga Benga

4. Rihanna - Dinner (Afrobeat Reworxx)

5. Zani Challe - Single Tonigh

6. Reniss - La Sauce (Prod. By Le Monstre)

7. Donaeo - My Circle

8. ........do you really need a track list?

9. Wake up - Flavour ft. Wande Coal

10. Hakuna Matata - Kcee

11. Sexy Rosey - Flavour

12. Fotojenik - Wizboy

13. My Darlin - Tiwa Savage

14. Mercy - Praiz

16. Sweetie - Flavour

17. Jambole - Eddie Kenzo

18. Sitya Loss - Eddy Kenzo

19. Kokode - Eddy Kenzo

20. Tchele - Davido

21. Sekere - Adol

22. Johnny - Yemi Alade

23. Makassa - Tour2Garde

24. Tchoumakaya - Middle Fingers

25. Vido - Aye

26. Bok Bok - Gobe

27. HarrySong - Better Pikin

28. Malalba - Skelewu

29. T-Obey Ft. Selebobo - Onye

30. Tekno - Dance

31. B4 - Only One

32. Olamide Ft. Don Jazzy - Skelemba

33. Adams Morgan - Story For The Gods

34. Gentrificaso - Tchelete

35. Mavin Ft. Don Jazzy, Reekado Banks, Di'ja & Koredo Bello - Adaobi

36. Mavin All Stars - Hahahaha

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