Top 10 Wizkid Songs – Most viewed on Youtube

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Nigerian Music has really come along way. Nigerian Music is not only being embraced and accepted locally, but also beyond borders. This can be attributed to the advancement in the music industry as well as emergence of young and talented artists. One artist who has been making airwaves when it comes to the most viewed as well as the most downloaded songs is Wizkid. Wizkid has released quite a number of music videos that appeal to many people.

The Top 10 Most Viewed Wizkid Songs

10. Scatter to the Floor

Scatter to The Floor brings a new angle to the type of music done by Wizkid. This can be attributed to the fact that the song was produced by “Jay Sleek” who is a household name in top notch Nigerian songs.

9. No Lele

The skills of a talented musician working with the best producers in the industry are evident in this Wizkid song “No Lele”. This song is highly rated and viewed many times thanks to good sound and video productions from celebrated Nigerian producers Banky W and Mastercraft.

8. Love My Baby

Love My Baby is also a top contender of songs by Wizkid receiving numerous views on YouTube. This love cum party pop song is produced by Shizzi

7. Wad Up – featuring D’Prince

Wad Up is viewed as one of the best collabos by Wizkid. In this song, the talented Nigerian lad works alongside another famed artist known as D’Prince. The high quality music track and video is proof of what two talented music artists can bring to the table. The track is produced by Samklef.

6. Tease Me

“Tease Me” follows Wizkid’s song signature that is well suited for partying. The track is produced by the well-known and established music producer, Samklef. The producer is also the one behind many of Wizkid’s hot tracks, which continues to appeal to the masses.



5. Don’t Dull

Don’t Dull is a hot party popping song well suited for the energetic and young at heart. Although it was released a few months ago, it is still appreciated by many Nigerians. The popularity of the song is not only evident from the numerous views on YouTube, but also the times it features on various music charts and billboards.

4. Holla at Your Boy

“Holla at Your Boy” has been around for quite some time. Nonetheless, it still remains quite a popular song going by the number of views it has on YouTube. The hot track is produced by one of Nigeria’s best music producers DJ Klem who also worked alongside yet another acclaimed producer, Veebee.

3. Jaiye Jaiye – featuring Femi Kuti

Jaiye Jaiye also has massive views on YouTube. In this song, Wizkid has collaborated with one of Nigeria’s legendary and celebrated musician “Femi Kuti”. The merger between new school and old school beats and instrumentals is quite phenomenon. This is arguably one reason the song appeals to both the young as well as the old.

2. Sexy Mama – featuring Iyanya

“Sexy Mama” is one of the songs that Wizkid’s has released most recently. It is also among the songs with most YouTube views. In this song, he collaborated with Iyanya, another budding Nigerian superstar. Sexy Mama is not only one of the hottest songs at the moment, but can also be likened to the National anthem, as everybody seems to have the lyrics on their lips.

1. Azonto

Azonto is without a doubt one of the biggest hits from Wizkid. It not only proved to be a popular song in Nigeria but also all over the world. The song was a consistent chart topper in the region and also did quite well across the border. Its impact was also felt in the UK, US, and other regions hence making it to the top of music charts. This is why it still remains the most viewed song by Wizkid to date.


From the above list of the top ten Wizkid songs with most YouTube views, it is quite clear that this young Nigerian lad is a force to reckon with. As a matter of fact, he seems to be making hit after hit and is considered one of the top entertainers in Nigeria. He now can confidently share the same stage with Nigeria’s great musicians and still match up if not outperform them. He is also an inspiration to many upcoming young artists who dream of becoming acclaimed musicians.

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