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Friday, 14 December 2018

5 Wande Coal Collaborations That Rocked Nigeria


How do you define a King?
Could be by his garment, crown, queens or the number of loyal subjects he has?
However, we may want to acknowledge someone as a king, truth is the person must be doing something profound to be recognized as a king.
Wande Coal is a king; his style of music, confidence and of course ah-mazing vocal talent are what makes this icon a king in the Nigerian music industry.
A lot of us would agree that probably everything Wande Coal touches turns into something unique and rare – perhaps why he is known as the Black Diamond!
His collaborations on love and relationships are passionate and precise, but can you really place them above his fierce, high energy song collaborations?
Maybe we would rather have a ranking of his best sing-along collaborations instead. So without much ado, see a five Wande Coal collaborations that rocked Nigeria.

1. R2bees Ft. Wande Coal – Kiss Your Hand

Imagine a man singing the first line of this song to his lady? She will actually fall head over heels for him even more. This strong, power-pop love song is one we never knew we needed.
Wande’s delivery of the hook with his powerful and expansive voice range drove the theme of an all-encompassing appreciation song to a woman.

2. Amorawa Ft. Burna boy

If you’re in the club and this song comes on, it is a cue for every woman to twist her waist till she cracks her back.
A vocal combination of super harmony and a touch of reggae by Burna Boy, this intense, meaningful song is testament to street credibility.
It is a theme song for friends and family to show loyalty.

3. Wizkid Ft. Wande Coal – For Me

This upbeat song by the Star Boy boss, Wizkid featuring Wande Coal; produced by the ‘hit-maker supreme’ Sarz is definitely a magical tease that gets us jamming every time and proves that Wande is truly a vocal monster.
As a full standout collaboration on the iconic Superstar album, Wande voice blessed the song like juice on a hot Sunday afternoon.
The song was definitely going from 14 to 16 and all the way to 19 – a few years down the line the two artists have now become industry giants with sounds on a hundred.

4. Patoranking Ft. Wande Coal – My Woman, My Everything

Picking up the Song of The Year award at the 2016 MTV Africa Music Awards, this is another love song featuring the super talented vocalist, Wande Coal, produced by Dj Breezy.
Wande’s soft vocals blended effortlessly with Patoranking’s patois like white on rice on another song that celebrated the value of having a real and true woman in your life.
The song also showcased Wande’s versatility on delivering across a wide range of genres.

5. Olamide Ft. Wande Coal – Who You Epp

What do you get when you mix the best of Hip-Hop in Nigeria with the king of R&B and Afro-pop – fireworks!
Wande’s presence on the remix of this song is an impactful and memorable one as firecrackers during Christmas- it was beautiful, catchy, and mind blowing.
The song was so good that it had so many covers and was nominated for song of the year at the Headies awards.
Wande’s spice and vibe complemented and communicated the theme of the song in a way no other artists could.
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