It’s post election and we still waiting on the results of who will run this country for the next four years. Be patient though, cause it could be worse, try waiting on Dr. Dre’s “Detox” album, or when Jay Electronica finally dropped. That said, you can listen to my playlist featured right here.
My pick of the week is Phora “With Love 2”, this amazing artist has been in the music industry for the last several years, recently severing ties with Warner Brother music. Phora has been blending Hip Hop and R&B throughout his career, his latest “With Love 2” is no different. What should you expect from his album is a lot of good writing and music. Phora is a burgeoning artist on the rise, key tracks you should listen to are “Traumatized feat Toosi, This Weekend feat. Ty Dollar $ign, Fake Smiles 2 and Stars in the Sky featuring Jhene Aiko”.
Nav is back with another project this time assisted by Wheezy on the production, “Emergency Tsunami”.
This collaboration is a trapped filled album with head nodding beats, one of my favorite tracks is “Young Wheezy” featuring Gunna, you can find this on my playlist this week. Other notable tracks on the project include, “Repercussions” featuring Young Thug, and “Don’t Need Friends” featuring Lil baby.
Singles to check out this week are VanJess’s “Groove Thang”, this is a remake of the 90’s R&B group “Zhane” song with the same title. The tempo is a little slowed down and has a slight alteration, lets just call it an Afro-thang. Also 2 Chainz is revving up for a new project and his latest single featuring Mulatto is sure to have you bouncing on “Quarantine Thick”. Well, that is all I have for you this week, enjoy and see you next Friday!
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