Shake’s Songs of the Week v.15

blame it on Shake August 13, 2018

For the last 113 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 15 of my Songs of the Week playlist, I’ve got J. Cole kicking things off with his take on Nas and The Bravehearts’ “Oochie Wally” beat. From there, Mick Jenkins got busy on “Bruce Banner” while Young M.A‘s “Car Confessions” was worth a rewind or two. Don Q and A Boogie linked up with 50 Cent for a Murda Beatz-laced jam, Marlon Craft and Bodega BAMZ put on for the new jacks of New York, and Brooklyn’s Phony Ppl made their grand return. I’ve got highlights from Termanology, DJ Muggs, Trippie Redd, AD and Tobi Lou‘s new projects, plus new loosies from Childish Major, ZHU and Majid Jordan, CVIRO & GXNXVS, The MXXNLIGHT (as heard on Rolling Papers 2), Cantrell, The O’My’s, and the almighty Wu-Tang Clan.

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

  1. J. Cole, “Album of the Year (Freestyle)
  2. Mick Jenkins, “Bruce Banner
  3. Termanology, “Bag It Up” ft. Benny the Butcher
  4. Method Man, “Grand Prix” (prod. Dame Grease)
  5. Wu-Tang, “Pearl Harbor (Remix)” ft. Method Man, Sean Price, Pharoahe Monch & Tek
  6. DJ Muggs, “Day of the Dead” ft. Kool G Rap
  7. Young M.A, “Car Confessions
  8. Trippie Redd, “Missing My Idols
  9. Marlon Craft, “NY Baby” ft. Bodega BAMZ
  10. Cantrell, “Pickin Up”
  11. AD, “Battery
  12. Don Q & A Boogie, “Yeah Yeah” ft. 50 Cent (prod. Murda Beatz)
  13. Childish Major, “Know Nothing
  14. Phony Ppl, “Before You Get a Boyfriend
  15. CVIRO & GXNXVS, “Caught Up”
  16. Tobi Lou, “High Score” ft. Galimatias
  17. The O’My’s, “Puddles” ft. Saba
  18. Twelve’len, “Let’s Stay
  19. ZHU, “Coming Home” ft. Majid Jordan
  20. TheMXXNLIGHT, “Hold Up” (prod. Sledgren)