If you were a party freak in the ’90s then you will be familiar with this playlist. It was one used by the best DJ’s of the era, it consists of songs like TLC No scrubs, Bobby Valentino Slow down, Sisqo Unleash the dragon, Cassidy Hotel, Ja Rule what’s love.

Dj 2Busy provides a customized mix of all our favorite mainstream American songs in the 90’S. Check out  the entire playlist below




1. Snoop Dogg – Drop It Like It’s Hot.

2. R Kelly – Pick Up The Phone.

3. R Kelly – Snake.

4. Naughty By Nature – Jamboree.

5. Bobby Valentino – Slow Down.

6. TLC – No Scrubs.

7. Akon – Ghetto.

8. Wyclef – Your Love.

9. Akon – Look Into My Eyes.

10. Black Eyed Peas – Where Is The Love.

11. Ja Rule – What’s Love?

12. Cassidy – Hotel.

13. Mario – Let Me Love You.

14. Jagged Edge – Where The Party At?

15. Nas – I Know, I Can.

16. Sean Paul – Give It Up To Me.

17. Usher – You Remind Me.

18. 2Pac – Do For Love.

19. 112 – Only You.

20. Angelique Kidjo – Agolo.

21. Raghav – Angel Eyes.

22. Chaka Demus & Pliers – Bam Bam.

23. Eve – Who’s That Girl?

24. Mad Cobra – Legacy.

25. Maxi Priest – Close To You.

26. Mark Marrison – Return Of The Mark.

27. Chaka Demus & Pliers – Murder She Wrote.

28. Shaggy – Wasn’t Me.

29. R Kelly – Burning.

30. Sisquo – Unleash The Dragon.

31. Ja Rule – Always On Time.

32. DNA – Tom’s Dinner.

33. Baby Bash – Baby I’m Back.

34. Beyonce – Naughty Girl.

35. Cassie – Me & You.

36. Chris Brown – Run It.

37. 50Cent – Candy Shop.

38. Gwen Stefanie – Rich Girl.

39. Heavy D – Don’t Be Afraid.

40. Brandy – Afrodisiac.

41. Mr Vegas – Head High.

42. Ini Kamose – Hot Steppers.

43. Sean Paul – Get Busy.

44. Ludacris – Area Code.

45. Black Eyed Peas – Request Line.

46. T Pain – Bartender.

47. Cassie – Long Way To Go.

48. Usher – Yeah.


DJ 2Busy serves us a throwback mix of some of Nigeria’s most historic songs in the late ’90s and early 2000s’. This comes at a time when people are looking o get away from sad and depressing News as COVID-19 continues to spread and claim lives. People are still stuck in their homes waiting for their pandemic to end.

Throwback Mix is by Dj 2Busy is a great way to escape to a time when the world was so much better.

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Do you know that 29 African Countries speak French while only 24 speak English.?  That tells you how important the French-speaking African countries are to the growth and development of Africa. One may argue that English speaking African countries have taken entertainment to another level but the same could also be said for the french community. French-speaking African countries like Benin, Ivory Coast, Senegal,  have huge artists and put out music that could match or even surpass their English brothers.

DJ Marco is one of the most versatile and vast DJs in the city, by virtue of him being born in a french speaking African country and then migrating to the USA to ply his trade, he is able to mix songs from almost every country in Africa and also songs from the USA. The Ivorien was voted as the best African DJ in Indianapolis at the 2020 Afrique Entertainment Awards. This new mix titled Afrozouk is going to last a long time on your playlist



World FAMOUS DJ Final returns with another firecracker. This time, he takes us back in time circa 1999 till 2010.  He serves us mega-hits that ruled the Nigerian airwaves at that time and laid the foundation for the industry we have today.

DJ Final is one of the most hardworking DJ’s in Nigeria, his works speak for itself. One word to describe them is quality.

Enjoy the moment. as he takes us down memory lane…



WORLD FAMOUS disc jockey, DJ FINAL comes through with UBER FRESH Mixtape to break the Stay Home Boredom and Corona Panic.

This new playlist “UBER FRESH Mixtape ” is a 1 hr – 2 mins mixtape that comprises of recent hit songs. The mix is to keep everyone lively as we stay home in order to be safe from the viral disease – Corona Virus. Starring; Fireboy’s ‘Gbas Gbos‘, 2Baba x Wizkid’s ‘Opo‘, Kizz Daniel’s’ “Jaho“, Tekno’s “Skeletun“, Small Doctor’s ‘Account Balance‘, Naira Marley’s ‘Tesumole‘, DJ Xclusive’s ‘Mad o!‘, Davido’s ‘Sweet in the Middle‘, Timi Dakolo’s ‘Take‘ and others…

Listen and Enjoy!




On the 22nd of April 2010,  Nigerians woke up to the news that one of it’s fiercest rappers at the time Dagrin had passed away in a fatal accident. Dagrin who was on a steady rise at the time is credited for taking Yoruba rap music to the mainstream. He succeeded where his predecessors like Lord of Ajasa, Reminisce, had struggled to make an impact.

After the death of Dagrin, the indigenous rap industry really needed a savior. It did not take long before Olamide stepped up to that responsibility, and ever since he held on to the crown he has not let go. He took indigenous rap a whole new level, going on to compete with the more mainstream Afro dancehall artists like Wizkid and Davido. In what was regarded as a healthy competition, Olamide was frequently being featured on everything that came out during the time. Never have we seen anyone take rap to this level. Following the successes of most of his song — something most people would describe as “Back to Back” hits, Olamide became one of the most respected brands in the music business and in a few years created a platform for other artists to excel. Olamide built YBNL from the ground up and gave acts like lil Kesh, Chinko Ekun, Adekunle Gold, and more recently Fireboy DML  the opportunity to reach the limelight.

He is also behind brands like OLIC that sell out thousands of concert seats every year and is rumored to be close Allies to the Lagos State Government and partners with them on several events and shows. His career has not been without controversy, In 2015, he went toe to toe with Don Jazzy, the owner of Mavin records — one of the most powerful labels in Africa. A fight broke out over the headies Awards that went to Reekado Banks. During the ceremony, Olamide came on stage and expressed disappointment over the choice of Reekado Banks as the winner, stating that his artist lil Kesh was a more suitable candidate to win the brand new car that is typically awarded to the winner of the Next rated category at the awards.

DJ Baddo releases the best of Olamide Mix and it puts together of all the Major hits that have made Olamide who he is today.


Olamide has stayed relevant and at the top since he made an appearance almost 10 years ago



Nigeria boasts a host of amazing music genre’s highlife music, Afrobeat, Apala, Juju, Fuji, folk music, alternative music, Rap, Funk, Afro-pop and a hybrid or mix of several genres. Although Afro-beat seems to be the countries highest selling and most followed style at the moment, artists still create chart-topping singles using a combination of sounds from other genres. While Afro-beat centers on heavy percussions, fast passed beats aimed to make you move, alternative music is more thought-provoking and lyrics based good for making you relax and meditate. There is a really thin line these days in classification as many alternative songs can pass for Afrobeat songs and vice versa but generally, alternative music is not yet mainstream. Famous DJ Cboi releases an alternative mix of Nigerian and foreign songs that have made it to the top of the chats in recent times.

DJ CBOI - Alternative Mix


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The world is going through a lot at the moment. People are dying in their thousands from a flu-like illness caused by the coronavirus and the surviving population has been advised to sit at home to stop the spread of the virus.

Staying in isolation for many days is really a tough task and people are beginning to get tired, frustrated and depressed in quarantine. DJ drey releases this new mix to help lighten the stress of living in isolation in his own little way.

Our advise is for people to find ways to stay sane and happy in isolation so as to helo Governments across the world battle this deadly pandemic.




L’humilite précède la gloire. Quelque soit la force, n’oublie pas qui tu es, d’où tu viens et où tu vas. Kardinal Ricky et Crisba sur le même son vous rappellent la leçon de vie.

Humility precedes glory. No matter how strong you are , remember who you are, where you come from and where you are going. Kardinal Ricky and Crisba on the same sound remind you of the lesson of life.

Gala Gala