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13.06.19 Throwback: A Little Deeper Album
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17 years ago, Ms. Dynamite released one of the best albums from a UK artist. On 10th June 2002, we didn’t know what to expect but we knew it would good and we were right. The Mercury Prize 2002 winning “A Little Deeper” is a versatile offering that is socially conscious, honest & reflective. The MC, songwriter, singer & producer goes back & forth with both throughout the album; backed by R&B, hip hop, reggae and Latin beats (shout-out to Salaam Remi for his production on this album). 

Going back to the content, there’s a lot of takeaways in the singles “It Takes More”, “Dy-Na-Mi-Tee” & “Put Him Out”, as well as the album cuts “Anyway U Want It”, “Brother”, “Seed Will Grow” etc. that’s relatable for young people, especially black men and women. Side note: it’s crazy how the album’s content is still relevant today. 

Anyway, as someone who expected Ms. Dynamite to deliver a UK garage album after the greatness that was (and still is) “Booo!” and “Envy (They Don’t Know Vocal Remix)”, this album was a pleasant surprise and I still play my favourites from it to this day. 

Listen to my favourite from the “A Little Deeper” album in my Throwback Album Faves playlist on Apple Music & Spotify.

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03.06.19: My Top Tracks Of The Week

Whilst driving home, we were listening to old songs from 2011 and so on. “Lord Knows” by Drake featuring Rick Ross came on and it took me back to late 2011 & early 2012. I was so young (still am), a recent graduate & figuring out life. I just love how music can take you to certain moments. Anyway, that song is one of my faves from Drake’s 2011 sophomore album “Take Care”. Produced by the legendary Just Blaze, it’s signature Just Blaze - loud, an anthem & unforgettable. Obviously Drake and Ross did the damn thing but that production is lit.

This made me think about another classic collaboration between these two rappers, which also features Chrisette Michele on the hook - “Aston Martin Music”. The song is on Ross’ 2010 “Teflon Don” album and was produced by the legendary Justice League. Last but not least, Cardi B just released her first single, “Press”, for her upcoming new album. We heard a snippet of this song via Cardi’s Instagram on 19.12.18 and I knew it would be banger; I was right! Cardi addresses the gossip blogs and drama that’s surrounded her over the past 12 months alone. She talks her shit all over this record and it’s lit. It’s definitely a good record to start the new promo run for her sophomore album and I can’t wait hear what’s coming next. 

Check out these songs and my other selections on my Top Tracks Of The Week playlist on Apple Musicand Spotify. Don’t forget to leave a comment below about my selections!

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27.05.19: My Top Tracks Of The Week

Last week I picked three songs from Tyler Creator’s “Igor” album and I have a new favourite. “New Magic Wand” feat. Santigold & A$AP Rocky is hypnotising and erratically produced. It matches the song’s subject matter, making it a perfect example of Tyler’s artistry.

J. Cole continues with his winning streak with features on two fire songs: “The London” by Young Thug that also features Travis Scott and “Purple Emoji” by Ty Dolla $ign. I love both songs, even though I feel like I need a small break from Travis Scott (lol). Also, I’m disappointed that Ty’s lead single is so short & doesn’t actually feature very much of him. Side note: Even though Cole is collaborating with a variety of rappers now, I never thought he’d ever work with Young Thug. It was a nice surprise & I can’t wait to see if any other unexpected features drop this year. 

Emotional Oranges are next up this year & I first heard about them via Rory from The Joe Budden Podcast. The mysterious duo are making waves, especially after dropping their debut project “The Juice: Vol. 1”. The project has a mellow sound that reminds me of 90s R&B and “Built That Way” is a pure example of that. 

Check out these songs and my other selections on my Top Tracks Of The Week playlist on Apple Musicand Spotify. Don’t forget to leave a comment below about my selections!

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23.05.19 Throwback: A Seat At The Table Album
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It feels like yesterday when Solange dropped “A Seat At The Table”. Released on 30th September 2016, the immediate classic album is a constant staple in many of my playlists. I’ve been a fan of Solange since her 2008 debut album “Sol-Angel & The Hadley Street Dreams” so it was truly a special moment for me to see her so widely received after the release of “A Seat At The Table”.

The album was executive produced by the multifaceted Solange and the legendary Raphael Saadiq (Tony! Toni! Toné!) and also features contributions from Questlove to Sampha to Lil’ Wayne to Q-Tip. Of course “Cranes In The Sky” is one of my favourite songs from the album but I love so many of the album cuts too. “Rise”, “Weary”, “Mad”, “Don’t You Wait”, “Where’s Do We Go”, “Borderline (An Ode To Self Care)”, “Don’t Wish Me Well” and “Scales” all have special places in my heart and my playlists!

There are so many aspects that make this album so important to music, black people & our culture. It was made for us (with love), it speaks on so much of what we felt in 2016 and constantly feel and deal with on a daily basis. With everything that’s going on in the world, I take pride in always finding solace in music and “A Seat At The Table” is one of the albums for me. It speaks for me when I cannot and encourages me when I need that too. 

Listen to the whole “A Seat At The Table” album in my Throwback Album Faves playlist on Apple Music & Spotify.

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