Audio: DJ K-Ran's 'Afrobeats Vibration Vol. 1'

DJ K-Ran is a German-based deejay peddling "afrobeats" jams to the country's club scene. In Afrobeats Vibration Vol. 1 he compiles a thorough mix of must-know West African dance-floor joints from the likes of Wizkid, Dr Sid, P-Square, Naeto C, Davido, Sarkodie and many others. Stream and download this apt "genre" starter kit below!


01- Wizkid - Tease me

02- May D - Cooltemper

03- Wizkid - Don't dull

04- Sine feat Jovi - Koh Koh

05- Wizkid - Wiz party

06- May D - Soundtrack

07- Dotstar feat IcePrince Lynxxx Wizkid Dr Sid eLDee Davido - Expensive

08- Dr Sid feat K Switch - Over The Moon

09- R2Bees feat wande coal - Kiss your hand

10- Bebe sumtin feat. r2bees - Omoge

11- Naeto c - 5 and 6

12- Dj Cleo - Facebook

13- Castro feat Sarkodie - Swager

14- Estelle - Oliver Twist (remix)

15- D'Banj - Oliver Twist

16- P Square feat. Akon & May D - Chop My Money (remix)

17- Stay Jay - Shashewowo

18- Donae O feat Sarkodie - Move to da gyal dem (remix)

19- E.L - Obuu Mo

20- Cabo snoop - Windeck

21- J martins - Fine fine love

22- Wizkid - What You Wanna Do

23- Sarkodie - you go kill me o

24- Camp Mulla - Don't Stop

25- Naeto c - I gentle

26- Bracket feat WizKid - Girl

27- V.I.P - Away

28- Wizkid - Pakurumo

29- Davido feat Naeto c - Back when

30- Tiffany feat Castro - Last one

31- 5 Five - Move Back Muje Baya

32- 5 Five - Bossu kena

33- Atumpan feat stone - The thing

34- Davido - Dami duro

Photo by Meztli Yoalli Rodríguez

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