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Top Timaya Songs You Should Hear

by John Anusie

Since he burst into ’s music scene, Enitimi Alfred Odom, who goes by the stage name , has released several fine numbers – what my pals in the music industry would call “dope” – over a hundred, and making a choice out of this trove may not be an easy task.

What, for instance, should constitute the best parameters for deciding on the top so far released by ? Are those parameters the best? These are no easy questions. Anyway we have made our choice and that’s it.

Below are some top you should hear.

2 Stoopid

Don’t worry; the track isn’t going to making you stupid. “2 Stoopid” is Timaya’s first single since the release of his “Chulo Vibes” extended play in February 2019. The track assures you of great vibes on every listen.

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Good Life

One who loves the good life will of course speak about the good life. In this 2o12 belter released in collaboration with Vector, Timaya grants you a grand entrance through the doors of the good life.


Ogologommawas released back in 2007, taking a spot in the “True Story” album. It is one of Timaya’s oldest tracks and also one of his most engaging. You should check it out.

Bang Bang”

Bang Bang”? Meet one of Timaya’s finest party starters ever. Infectious, catchy, this 2016 banger leaves no room for dulling, as we say in Lagos.


True to its title, “Dance” does nothing but make you dance. Released in 2017 in collaboration with Rudeboy of the now defunct P-Square, the song received a Headies nomination for Best Reggae/Dancehall Single.

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Over to you know, I guess. Drop other top Timaya you think we should hear, but before you do that, find out some more Timaya that are definitely fit for your playlist below.

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