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Afro Chill Playlist

Afro Chill Playlist

Curated by: Girl Tyler

Afro Beats is a force on its own, gyrating at an accelerated pace around the globe. As the genre steadily climbs the charts in America, there is also a population of African artists who are influenced by R&B. From Nigeria to Ethiopia all the way to South Africa, these Afro-infused infectious sounds are sweeping the continent. Open your heart to a new love language with the Afro Chill Playlist. With relatable lyrics derived from themes of love and heartache wrapped in sultry vocals, African R&B is limitless. Its hypnotic rhythm features a classic feel with a few elements of funk. We're crushing on these eclectic artists from across the continent. Get ready for the dreamy sounds of Black expression from the Motherland.

  • Weak by Thando
  • Somebody’s Son by Tiwa Savage ft. Brandy
  • Right Now by Elaine
  • Holding Hands in Public by Ria Boss
  • The Key by Tems
  • I Do by Rotimi
  • True Love by Wizkid ft. Tay Iwar, Projexx
  • Bedside by Lloyd Cele
  • Game Over by M.anifest ft. Adekunle Gold
  • Away by Ayra Starr
  • Sad Girlz Luv Money by Amaarae
  • Forever [Remix] by Gyakie & Omah Lay
  • Plead My Case by Paparazzle
  • Slow Down by King Promise
  • Don't Jealous Me by Tekno Miles
  • Let it Go by Amanda Black
  • Love Now by Marieme
  • Everything by Ric Hassani
  • Sinner by Adekunle Gold Ft. Lucky Daye
  • What To Do by Rotimi
  • Essence by WizKid ft. Tems

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