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TBT- Nigeria Most Popular Love Songs From The 90’s

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We are no more than few hours away from the much anticipated date, Feb 14, the acclaimed lover’s day. In the spirit of love and the forthcoming day, not forgetting our commitment to serving you the best gist and lifestyle necessities, we bring you Nigeria’s most popular love songs from the 90s.
Call this songs evergreen and you’re not far from the truth. Call these musicians hard-core lovers and you’ve still not erred. These songs are beautiful, they tell love stories both craftily and plainly. The instrumentals are on point and the lyrical content- a sure lovers pill.
Enough of the appetizing, let’s feed you with these beautiful Nigeria most popular love songs from the 90s.

1. Onyeka Owenu – You and I
If you think Nigerians know nothing about love, then you should hear this song. Released in 1991, this song was an instant hit. It is that song that beckons to the whirlwind of love, that song that falls softly on the eardrums. You should definitely hear this song.

2. Seyi Sodinmu – Love Me Jeje
There’s just something about the vibe of this song that you can’t help but love. Sodinmu’s rap where he professes love and Shaffy Bello’s refrain is the magical combo.

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3. Felix Liberty -Ifeoma
Referred to as Lover Boy, Felix Liberty bares his heart in this song for his woman. This song was on the lips of every Nigerian then. A classic love song, still relevant in our time.
4. Blackky – Rosie
Blackky does something extra special on this song- singing about the reluctance of ladies to honor a dance, hence the ready acceptance by Nigerians. So, when next you go the club and the lady refuses to dance, a line or two from Rosie might help you out.

5. Daniel Wilson – Mr Raggamuffin
This song from Wilson is everything a lover will say to prove to his potential boo, especially if they are undecided about loving you. A true love song.

6. Plantashun Boiz – You and I
This RnB is filled with emotional lines. The sing is almost poetic and therapeutic. Nigerians could not but love this song.

7.  Fela Kuti – Ololufe Mi
We all know that Fela is not the lover boy. His songs are often political based but this song, different from his usual jab at the government is a love-up.
8. Nelly Uchendu – Love Nwantiti
Referred to by some as the Biafran Love Anthem, this 1976 song is a beautiful. Indeed, love nwantiti.
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9. King Sunny Ade -I’m Searching for my love
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10. Ik Dairo – I Remember My Darling
Released in 1980 from the album Sweet Mother: Afro-Pop Essentials, the song is a true testament of a man’s love for his woman.
11. Dizzy K Falola  – Baby Kilode
Released in 1983, you just have to love this song.

12. Cardinal Rex Lawson – Love Adure
13. Ofege – Try and Love me
One of the best Soul Jazz song from 1973.

14. Kris Okotie- She Will Never Go Home
And why not add a bonus track to your playlist?
Chris Mba – Baby Don’t cry


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