TEN OF THE BEST: Week 20

Oh yes, without fail we are back with yet another TEN OF THE BEST. This week is more of the same, an eclectic mix of different genres that I enjoy listening to. Not much else I can say so let’s get to it…

Check out the spotify playlist at the bottom of this post:

This week’s playlist, in no particular order:

Samankwe – HarrySong X Timaya

Let’s kick off this week on the right note. This tune is a banger, and I have to big up the homie Trip fpr putting me onto this song. The energy on this tune is crazy and the production is pretty nice too.

Feeling Free – Tarrus Riley

Tarrus Riley aka Singy Singy is the baddest man around, and on this song he brings the vibes we have come to expect from the guy. The song starts with a lazy vibe and it switches along the way. Great tune if you are a 4:20 guy hehe…

Impact – Alkaline

Alkaline is an undeniable talent and he has been responsible for many a big tune. This song is no exception. Energy.

In The Morning – Ice Prince X Terry G

This is by no means a new tune, but I bumped into it during one of my most recent commutes and I must say I had to pull it up a few times. Ice Prince seems to be one of them artists that just has this knack for creating great tunes.

Link Up – Demarco

Major slackness alert. Demarco sticks to his M.O when it comes to dancehall hits, and you know he didn’t hold back on the x-rated lyrics haha.

Generation – Jesse Royal X Jo Mersa

Two great artists combine on this very big tune. I am a big fan of both Jesse Royal and Jo Mersa, and I must say I had never envisioned this collaboration until it was banging in my eardrums, and it immediately made super sense. Monster tune this.

Energy – Avelino X Stormzy X Skepta

Your grime fix for this week. Big tune mi seh!!! Pull up selector

Would You Love Me – Raging Fyah X Busy Signal

Play this tune in a rasta party and watch the people go crazy. Great vibes on this up tempo reggae tune. replay value on a hundred.

Sold (Soca On Lockdown) – GBM Nutron

Soca in the building! This tune hit me out of nowhere and before I knew it I was playing it on an endless loop. The riddim is very nice and has a good bounce to it. Big song.

Friendzone – Sauti Sol

Sauti Sol is a really talented collective from Kenya and boy do they have some serious vibes. This song is really good, but if you care to check their back catalog you will see why these guys are so highly rated. Back to this tune though, I kinda like the angle they came with from a conceptual standpoint. Great tune.

 

That’s us for yet another week, I hope you enjoyed this one. Until next week…

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