Wizkid Makes Top Eight Non-American Summer Songs Of 2013
Wow!!! Wizzy is the only non-American artiste on the list..
Star boy Ayo ‘Wizkid’ Balogun, made it to the top eight non-American summer song of 2013 courtesy of his hit track, ‘Azonto’.
According to American entertainment online newspaper, FeedBuzz.com, Wizzy, whose ‘Azonto’ came 3rd on the chart, is the only African artiste who made the list.
Here is the the list.
1. “Blackout” by Wretch 32 feat. Shakka (United Kingdom)
A stripped-down beach house track smothered with beautiful reggae-influenced rapping. It’s glorious. Watch video here:
2. “Biglang Liko” by Ron Henley feat. Pow Chavez (Philippines)
Released in January, the track (which translates to “Sudden Turn”) has fresh synths ideal for summer road trips. The video, however, has a really sick ending.
Watch video here: http://youtu.be/B6Ipftnqz4E
3. “Azonto” by WizKid (Nigeria)
The title derives from a popular dance movement in West Africa, originating in Ghana. The dance involves traditional African moves like knee bending and hip swaying, combined with wild, complex hand movements that
supposedly mimic everyday activities.
Watch video here: http://youtu.be/grPJ8DemVrE
4. “This Love” by Shinhwa (South Korea)
The song talks about the fragility of true love, which goes along with the slow piano at the beginning and ending. It also features a lot of voguing in its choreography, a rarity in boy band territory.
Watch video here: http://youtu.be/45wH_HHnJBg
5. “Invader Invader” by Kyary Pamyu Pamyu (Japan)
The eternal 12-year-old who brought you the masterpiece called “PonPonPon” releases her latest single, which is currently at #3 in Billboard’s Japan Hot 100.
Watch video here: http://youtu.be/jcIOg_m-bp4
6. “This Is What It Feels Like” by Armin van Buuren feat. Trevor Guthrie (Netherlands)
Bringing the beauty of trance music to the beach houses this season. The special appearance of Ron Jeremy in the video should not be missed.
Watch video here: http://youtu.be/BR_DFMUzX4E
7. “Big Banana” by Havana Brown feat. R3hab and Prophet (Australia)
Not-so-subtle lyrics aside, the synth hooks from this track is beach-party-worthy.
Watch video here: http://youtu.be/KFzT7ms5kwU
8. “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams (France)
Sure, the track features an American artist, but not including this French EDM duo in this list would be like not putting on sunscreen before heading to the beach
Watch video here: http://youtu.be/5NV6Rdv1a3I