The End sars protests on the streets of Nigeria may have been truncated by the very aggressive Government approach of shooting at the protesters, but the voice of the masses of Nigeria has been heard throughout the world. Pictures of the shooting incident at the Lekki toll gate that surfaced online showed the Nigerian police and the Nigerian military shooting at unarmed protesters, injuring and killing many in the process; something that the Nigerian government has denied. The lesson from this is that we as Nigerian people should ensure that we elect credible people into political office. We should no longer accept people with questionable character or those with past misdeeds as leaders. A leopard never loses it’s spots.
Now that it is apparent that the people in power do not mind killing protesters, it is time for the youths of Nigeria to restrategize and come up with other ways to pressure the Government to listen to their concerns. Music however is one of many ways to achieve this. Historically, music has been used effectively to effect change, raise awareness over a social issue, and pressure the Government into making the right decisions. Music is a massive weapon for activism. Here is a mix by DJ Final that comprises many of the revolutionary songs of years to years from Fela Anikulapo Kuti down to present-day Afrobeat artists.
00. Fela’s Intro
01. Monsters You Made – Burna Boy ft Chris Martins (Cold Play)
02. Lokal Govament – Tha Suspect ft M.I Abaga
03. Colonial Mentality – Fela Anikulapo Kuti
04. Mercies of the Lord – Oritse Femi
05. E Be Like Say – 2Face Idibia
06. Poverty Die – Olamide
07. Coffin for The Head of State – Fela Anikulapo Kuti
08. Oga Police – P-Square
09. I Go Yarn – eLDee tha Don
10. Basket Mouth – Fela Anikulapo Kuti
11. Fire Fire – Daddy Showkey
12. Mathematics – Sound Sultan
13. Hard Life – Blackface ft Rocksteady, Alabai
14. For Instance – 2Face Idibia
15. Mr President – African China ft Efe
16. Bush Meat – Sound Sultan ft 2Face Idibia, W4
17. Our Government Bad – African China
18. Army Arrangement – Fela Anikulapo Kuti
19. Yawa Go Gas – Alariwo
20. Eyes Don Clear – Oritse Femi
21. Abule – Patoranking
22. End Sars – Magnito ft Ike, Sir Dee
23. Soke – Burna Boy
24. Sorrow, Tears & Blood – Fela Anikulapo Kuti
25. Sori Sori – Femi Kuti
26. E Dey Pain Me – Stereoman
27. Yellow fever – Fela Anikulapo Kuti
28. Naija – Dotman
29. Anybody – Burna Boy
30. Gba – Burna Boy
31. Dem Mama – Timaya
32. Flog Politician – Oritse Femi
33. Chop & Quench – Fela Anikulapo Kuti
34. Thieves in Uniform – Dremo
35. Elewon – Oritse Femi
36. Our Government I Beg – Oritse Femi
37. Pity 4 Us – Timaya
38. If Dem want to Hear – Femi Kuti
39. Bad Leadership – Lagbaja
40. Alagbon Close – Fela Anikulapo Kuti
41. As E Dey Go – Naira Marley
42. Am I A Yahoo Boy – Naira Marley
43. Mafo – Young Jonn ft Naira Marley
44. Korope (SARS) – Mayowa Bae
45. Aye – Naira Marley
46. DJ YK – Ayee
47. Soro Soke – Small DOctor
48. Truth Don Die – Femi Kuti
49. Carry Us – Black Face
50. Police – Pasuma
DJ Final does not sleep! I am very sure that this man spends his 24 hours in the music studio, or Lab as he likes to call it. I am super impressed with not just the song selection and direction of his mixes, but also the engineering of the mix. It is one thing to know how to put the right songs together, and it is another thing to mix the sound to the point where they all sound balanced and well equalized, remember that these songs were made in different places by different producers and mastered at different volumes and styles but somehow DJ Final makes them sound great and uniform on his mixes.
Succulent is an excellent mix for your weekends and mid-week parties. Hits after Hits!
DJ Final packs the latest Afro-beat songs in Africa into this new mix. He is arguably the hardest working DJ in the alte and Afro-beat scene. This new mix will surely become your favorite relaxation mix. It features acts like Davido, Tekno, Vector just to mention a few.
It takes an impeccable DJ and a strong music sense to put together a mix like this. The vibe is mad and will light up any bar, house, or club party. DJ Final is steady killing it.
DJ Final is on a winning streak at the moment. He has kept the bar very high in recent times and has put out a series of amazing mixes. This is a new installment in the series of Music Palliatives from Africa’s Coolest DJ – DJ FINAL during these trying times. He is still in the lab cooking wonderful playlists to soothe you while Doctors (The real superheroes) battle with COVID-19
As different governments across the world continue to extend the isolation period, people all over the world are just sick and tired of staying home. Even though we may be disappointed, it is good to recognize that homesickness is far better than being infected with the coronavirus.
Creatives across the world are trying their best to help minimize boredom. DJ final releases a very refreshing mix of some feel-good Nigerian songs
Naija Got Vibes is a new installment of DJ FINAL’s mixtape. He mixes all of the songs you have always wanted to hear to create a fire mix while Doctors are battling. It is 100 percent good vibes!
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…