Top 10 Christmas Songs to Rock to by Nigerian & African Artists (2017 Edition)


Back by popular demand. AML’s selection of the ‘Top 10 Christmas Songs to Rock to by Nigerian and African Artists.’ It’s the season to be merry. Enjoy!

2016 Edition – Top 10 Christmas songs to rock to by Nigerian & African artists!

1. British Nigerian Rachel Kerr’s Christmas Gift EP released this year is pure fire.

2. Alive by Rachel Kerr – Christmas is not always a joyous experience for everyone. Some people had a very tough year. Rachel Kerr just dropped this track that I think is the perfect song to encourage those who have had a tough year and are still standing.

3.Christmas Medley by the very multi-talented Nigerian comedian and musician Emma Oh My God

4. Coke Studio 12 Days of Christmas (Pan-African Artists)

5. Christmas Vibes ft. Lady Jaydee X Dela X Kagwe Mungai X Alicios X Urbanhype (Pan African Artists)

6. Coke Studio Africa – Yemi Alade ‘O Come All Ye Faithful’

7. ‘O Holy Night’ Great Gift & Neufy – COZA Annual Christmas event

8. Before Christmas by Nigerian Soul Singer Maka

9. This Christmas Medley was published late December 2016, but went viral this year. It is sung by Nigeria’s Joint Paramilitary Choir.

10. Dong Ding (Christmas song) – Naomi Classik

Bonus (The Americas)

Emmanuel by Christian Hip Hop Artist Tedashii of Reach Records

Deck The Halls – Pentatonix Acapella Group

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AFRICA MUSIC LAW™ (AML) is a pioneering music business and entertainment law blog and podcast show by Fashion and Entertainment Lawyer Ms. Uduak Oduok empowering the African artist and Africa's rapidly evolving entertainment industry through brilliant music business and entertainment law commentary and analysis, industry news, and exclusive interviews.

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