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10 Nigerian Songs To Get You Through Heartbreak Moments

Nigerian heartbreak songs to help ease your heart.

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Are you going through a tough time or heartbreak in your relationship? Perhaps you’re dealing with the pain of a breakup, the frustration of constant fights, the betrayal of infidelity, or the longing for unrequited love. Whatever it is, it can be overwhelming and leave you feeling lost and alone. But here’s the truth: you’re not alone in this struggle. The bad news is that healing won’t be easy, but the good news is that you’re part of a community that understands the ache in your heart.

As the saying goes, ‘We understand music better when we’re sad.’ Music has a unique ability to capture our emotions, validate our pain, and provide a soundtrack for our healing journey. When we’re sad, music becomes our confidant, our comfort, and our catalyst for change. It helps us process our emotions, find the strength to move forward, and eventually discover a new sense of purpose.

Interestingly, many artists have been inspired by their heartaches to create songs that speak directly to our souls. As they say, “Heartache is what motivates many artists to write songs in the first place.” And the good news is that Nigerian singers are now producing some amazing heartbreak songs that resonate deeply with our experiences.

Gone are the days when we had to rely solely on foreign music to find solace in heartbreak songs. Now, we have a plethora of Nigerian sad songs that capture our emotions, validate our pain, and inspire us to move forward. From the soulful melodies of Fireboy DML to the heartfelt lyrics of Burna Boy, Nigerian music has become a balm to our souls.

So, which sad Nigerian songs are the best? Which ones will help you navigate the complexities of love, heartache, and healing? Scroll further to discover some of the most soul-stirring, heart-wrenching, and uplifting Nigerian sad songs that will help you find solace amid heartache.”

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Below are our top 10 Nigerian songs to get you going when you’re going through relationship issues.

1. Fireboy DML – Dreamer

If you had no plans to be here why did you have to lead me on
I’ll take what’s left and disappear if that’s what you really want.”

2. Burna Boy – Last Last

3. Tems – Try Me

Now you wanna lock me away, I’m winning
You wanna add to my pain, I’m shining
Now you wanna come for my face ideally
We’re not the same

4. Ayra Starr Feat. Giveon – Last Heartbreak Song

5. Fireboy DML – Go Away

What can I do to make it go away?
I don’t like this feeling
And what should I do if you don’t feel the same?
I’m losing patience
And it doesn’t make sense
It needs to go away

6. Dwin, The Stoic – Streets

7. For My Hand – Burna Boy Feat. Ed Sheeran

8. Majeed Feat. Lojay – Cry

9. Tems – Damages

So tell me what you need from me now
I’m not what you need to be now
‘Cause I’m done with it now
No more damages now”

10. BNXN – Sweet Tea (Aduke)

These 10 Nigerian heartbreak songs capture the pain and resilience that come with loving and losing. They validate our emotions, inspire us to move forward and remind us that music has the power to heal and connect us. So go ahead, press play, and let the music speak to your soul. Do you need more? Here are 30 Heartbreak Songs To Help You Get Over a Breakup.

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Ben Orange, is a stylist and a senior fashion editor at GLAMCITYZ, who covers topics in Fashion, Style, and weddings. With his keen eye for trends, he expertly navigates the dynamic world of fashion, offering invaluable insights and advice to readers. In his leisure time, you'll often find Ben indulging in his love for reading and enjoying the melodies of good music.

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