Songs That Got Africa Dancing Through 2020, You probably don’t know

The year 2020 has been a hard one with the pandemic and the economy, a lot of ups and down has happened this year.

Africans are amazing people who are known to embrace their culture, we also love to dance and grove to our local music as we have always done.

During the global lockdown, a lot of songs got Africans dancing here is the list of songs below


The song by Kenyan artist Femi One and Mejja, the song has been used on short videos on Tiktok and has hit a high on Youtube with a 10 million view on the video

Many dance step has been associtaed to the song trending on youtube and tiktok

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Afunika – [ PIKI-PIKI SKIRT ]

We take a journey to Zambia, during the total lockdown many African ladies have used the song on their TikTok videos to show off how good they can whine there waist.

The song is surprisingly released in 2018 but happens to be a hit in 2020, it was done by Afunika which he titles PIKI PIKI SKIRT

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Mapara A Jazz – John Vuli Gate [Feat Ntosh Gazi & Colano]

South Africa has created another dance craze with the #JohnVuliGate challenge.

 No one can say 2020 has not been the toughest year for humanity in generations.

But through the uncertainty brought by COVID-19, people have still found the zeal to dance.

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Young T & Bugsey – Don’t Rush (ft. Headie One)

The trend, set to the similarly-named song “Don’t Rush” by Young T & Bugsey, features groups of friends transforming from their ‘home attires’ and makeup-free faces to a more glammed up look at the flick of a makeup brush on the camera.

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Master KG – Jerusalema [Feat. Nomcebo]

There’s something seemingly novel about a song from South Africa going viral to the extent that the 2019 house music song Jerusalema has done in 2020. The song is performed by musician and producer Master KG and vocalist Nomcebo Zikode.

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