No Signal’s 10v10 returns for a fourth season

The season kicks off with the legendary Wande Coal going hit for hit against Afropop’s finest, Davido

Back in lockdown season one, No Signal, an extension of the party-starting RECESS ecosystem, grew into prominence, as their radio channel hosted artist v artist clashes to keep diaspora audiences entertained during our adjustment period to  the dull reality of being trapped indoors indefinitely. One of the highlights of our early lockdown experience was the infamous NS10v10 battles, which are now back again for their fourth season, much to the delight of UK residents, who have been suffering under stricter lockdown measures since before the Christmas holidays.

Unfortunately, with the coronavirus still claiming the lives of millions of people across the world, the stay at home mandate continues to be as important a practice as ever, if we are serious about curbing the spread of the infection. Whilst this news is incredibly dreary and depressing, No Signal Radio – able to expand over the year, thanks in part to their success in securing the Metallic Inc. Platinum fund – are here to keep us company and keep us sane, and, as proudly black owned business, they’re bringing us the content that genuinely speaks to our culture and interests.

Their 2021 NS10v10 debut is clear proof of that. Pitting Wande Coal’s greatest hits against Davido’s best, music enthusiasts Eman and Tammy will be uniting Afropop fans worldwide in a competitive clash of two of Nigeria’s most successful Pop stars. Whilst Wande Coal has given us defining hits that have remained timeless, Davido is arguably Nigeria’s surest bet when it comes to the making of a Pop song – the competition between these two is fierce, so things are bound to get heated during our customary communal tweet-along as we tune into No Signal radio. Hosted by DJ and presenter, Henrie, this episode is a very strong start to the season for No Signal, projected to draw in listeners and voters worldwide; you do not want to miss out.

The battle starts at 9:15pm in the UK, which is 10:15pm in Nigeria. You can (and absolutely must) tune into the show here, on No Signal Radio.


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