12 Nigerian Songs To Play When Your Haters Are Testing You

November 20, 2021

Haters come in different forms; village people, gossips and that tailor who sewed nonsense for your Owambe. Don’t waste your energy trying to fight them. Just play these twelve songs to let them know you are no longer in their local league.

They won’t dare cross you again, walahi!

1. “Bolanle” – Zlatan ft IVD

Even though your name is not Bolanle, this song is perfect if you really want to get their attention. Make sure you sing “Pepper them!” loud enough for your haters to hear.

2. “Bloody Samaritan” – Ayra Starr”

All the haters that want to corrupt your energy with their smelly aura will fall out.

3. “It Is What It Is” – Adekunle Gold

Like AG baby said, if it will cost you your peace, that’s some expensive shit. And you don’t have time for that.

4. “Feeling” – Ladipoe ft Buju

Can Blues and Reggae mix well? No nau. Why don’t these haters hear word sef? This song will get the message into their think skull.

5. “FEM” – Davido

Haters look for the smallest things to run their mouths about. Tueh! This song will definitely shut them up.

6. “Try Me” – Tems

No, because why do they even think they can try you? A whole you? Must be ment.

7. “Okay” – Adekunle Gold

In this life, wahala doesn’t finish. Haters will always have something to hate on. It’s a pity really, but you remain focused on securing the bag.

8. “Energy (Stay Far Away)” – Skepta & Wizkid

Need we say more? Bad. Energy. Should. Stay miles away from you!

9. “Who Born The Maja” – Wande Coal

When you were suffering for nineteen years, they didn’t see you to hate o. It’s now that God has finally turned your water to wine they want to show face. Who born dem sef?

10. “Anybody” – Burna Boy

All you need to knack them where it hurts are the lyrics in this song.

11. “Way Too Big” – Burna Boy

Are they in your league? No. They better find their square root because you are built for BIGGER things and people.

12. “Mind Your Business” – Simi

As they should! Your life is not their business to mind.

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