Playlists

Shake’s Songs of the Week Vol.21

blame it on Shake September 24, 2018

For the last 119 weeks (count em), I’ve been putting together a Weekly Dope playlist that compiles all the music that was released to help fans catch up. On average, each playlist consists of 30-40 songs. So, in an effort to put a little more of a personal touch on things, I’ll also be sharing a list of my personal favorites from the week.

On Volume 21 of my Songs of the Week playlist, I’ve got J.I.D kicking things off with some verbal gymnastics on “151 Rum” while his Spillage Village/Dreamville family EarthGang counter with “Stuck.” Action Bronson started his White Bronco campaign with a jazzy effort, Joell Ortiz and Royce 5’9″ threw on some Timberlands and started stomping, and professor Torae taught a class in lyricism. There’s highlights from projects by JMSN, Young Thug (with 6lack and Jaden Smith), The NBHD (with Ghostface Killah), and Young Dolph. We got a Beast Coast remix, Tsu Surf and Mozzy got real, and alt-J tapped Terrace Martin and GoldLink for a fresh remix. Plus songs from Little Simz, Pardison Fontaine (with Cardi B), Nao, K. Forest, Stella Talpo, and Rhye.

Apple Music and Spotify playlists available below; with each being updated every Monday.

  1. J.I.D, “151 Rum
  2. EarthGang, “Stuck” ft. Arin Ray
  3. Action Bronson, “White Bronco
  4. Joell Ortiz, “Timberlan’d Up” ft. Royce 5’9″
  5. Torae, “Take Notes” (prod. Praise)
  6. Little Simz, “Boss”
  7. Powers Pleasant, “Pull Up (Beastcoast Remix)” ft. Joey Bada$$, Meechy Darko, Zombie Juice, and The Underachievers
  8. Young Dolph, “On God
  9. Pardison Fontaine, “Backin’ It Up” f. Cardi B
  10. Young Thug, “Sin” ft. Jaden Smith
  11. Tsu Surf, “Hell Talk” ft. Mozzy
  12. The Neighbourhood, “Beat Take 1” ft. Ghostface Killah
  13. deM atlaS, “Music Man
  14. JMSN, “Pose
  15. Nao, “Drive and Disconnect
  16. K. Forest, “Playa Playa”
  17. Young Thug, “Climax” ft. 6lack
  18. Alt-J, “Last Year (Terrace Martin Remix)” f. GoldLink
  19. Stella Talpo, “Leave”
  20. Rhye, “Hymn”