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Feel Up Records & Beat Cocaine's Nigerian Pop Mix 'IM SO NAIJA'

Listen to Feel Up Records' 'Feel Up Radio Vol.11: IM SO NAIJA,' a mix of Nigerian pop songs compiled by DJ duo Beat Cocaine.


Feel Up Records, the Brooklyn label founded by Major Lazer's Jillionaire, showcases a batch of contemporary Nigerian pop with Feel Up Radio Vol. 11: IM SO NAIJA mixed by DJ/producer/songwriting duo Beat Cocaine. Featuring some of Nigeria's biggest stars — Wizkid, P Square, Burna Boy, Ice Prince, and Davido amongst them — the 63-minute-long mix takes the listener on a fast ride of drum hits, shooting electronics, and passionate vocals. Including the Wizkid-Femi Kuti collaboration track "Jaiye Jaiye" and some lyrics from Fela Kuti's "Lady," the compilation nods to afrobeat while blasting the loud thrills of pop and dancehall production. Beat Cocaine, which is made up of Mainz-hailing Maik We and NEO Nosa, is rooted in the concept that "Music makes you high," and with Feel Up Radio Vol. 11: IM SO NAIJA the duo offers Naija pop ecstasy. Listen to Feel Up Records' IM SO NAIJA mixtape, put together by Beat Cocaine, and see the full tracklist below.

TRACKLIST

01. Dr SID ft. Don Jazzy, Wizkid, Phyno, Tiwa Savage - Surulere

02. Burna Boy - Yawa Dey

03. Wizkid - Tease Me (Freestyle)

04. P Square ft. J Martins - E No Easy

05. Bracket ft. P Square - No Time

06. Wizkid Ft. Femi Kuti - Jaiye Jaiye

07. P Square - Taste The Money (Testimony)

08. Wizkid - Amin

09. Starboy ft. Wizkid & L.A.X - CARO

10. Ice Prince - VIP

11. Davido - Dami Duro

12. P Square - Alingo

13. Timaya - Ukwu

14. Oritse Femi - Redi Dance

15. Skales - Shake Body

16. Bracket - Tonight ft Flavour

17. Timaya - Bum Bum (Soca Remix) Ft Machel Montano

18. Sean Tizzle - Sho Lee

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