PREMIUM TIMES Valentine playlist: 10 plus 1 romantic Nigerian songs for your Valentine

These love songs will help reaffirm your love

Valentine’s Day is all about love and romance. After exchanging gifts and dining out, it is time to relax with your love in an atmosphere of love. PREMIUM TIMES recommends a selection of songs to get you in the mood.

1. Baby Oku- Flavour

“The way you are looking tonight, I swear you too tight, baby mu’o”. What better way to start your Valentine night out than with these words. Your baby dressed to the nines all for you. Male or female, this is a sexy ode to the hot baby in your love. Wrap yourselves in the lyrics and rhythm of the song as you slow dance, komole style.

2. Aye – Davido

Omo Baba Olowo’s latest single is timely. The old-school high-life rhythm is great for slow dancing. Stare into your boos eyes as you sing along.

3. Fall in Love- D’banj

This is one of D’Banj’s best works and could be termed a classic. Romance your lover with the sweet lyrics, “Sweet potato, Sugar banana.” New couples will so enjoy getting down with this.

4. Love me, Love me- Tiwa Savage

On Valentine’s Day, what more do you need to say to you love than, “Love me, love me, love me.” And it is such sweet a call when rendered in Ms. Savage cute soprano. Hold your boo tight as you sing along in their ear.

5. Oyi – Flavour

Flavour is a king of contemporary high-life and speaking the minds of men. If any song was made for Valentine night, it’s Oyi. You don’t need to catch cold anymore though now your boo is with you.

6. Yes/No- Banky W

“Would you be my lover, Yes/No?” Banky W asks his lover. The 2013 hit single came with a well-scripted video that shows  Banky W asking his babe, “Would you be my val? Yes or No.”   What more do you need?

7. Olomi- Tosin Martins

This classic never gets old. Tosin Martins showers praise on his girl, appreciating the day he found her and how he doesn’t want to lose her. For not so new couples, this is a great song to help you go down memory lane.

8. Stupid Love – Olamide

It’s not all about slow-dancing on Valentine’s Day; here is something to rock out to. Olamide’s Stupid Love, which sort of speaks of infatuation with a girl’s goodies, can be a playful song between lovers who know how to shake up the dance floor.

9. Plan B – Wande Coal

If your Valentine is still unsure, you can woo them with this new single from W-Cizzy. Promise them that you’ll be there forever and you are definitely better than your competition.

10 . Kedike – Chidinma

Kedike is another song to rock out to. Let your love know how much you feel about them with this great song from la petite chanteuse, Chidinma Ekile. It is about reaffirming the love you have felt for each other from day one.

+1. One Naira – MI

MI’s One Naira featuring Waje is a true romantic song. It’s for those couples who are determined to stay together through thick and thin. It’s also a reminder that Valentine’s day is not all about exchanging gifts and going out on a special date, it’s also about celebrating true love that stands the test of time.

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