Weekly Dope: (Old) Drake, Alchemist, ScHoolboy Q, Tobi Lou & More

blame it on Shake August 5, 2019


With another seven days in the books, we’re back recapping the best songs of the week with the 161st installment of our Weekly Dope playlist.

On the artwork, I ran with a mix of Drake, for taking it back in time with his vintage Care Package release, and Rapsody, for kicking off her EVE campaign with The GZA and D’Angelo on “IBTIHAJ.”

On top of that, Alchemist and ScHoolboy Q dropped a groove, Dave East and Cousin Stizz officially kicked their new album campaigns off, and Snoop Dogg initiated a “Countdown” with Swizz Beatz. There’s highlights from projects by Tobi Lou, Lil Durk, Lou the Human, Kur, and Mabel; plus singles from RJmrLA, Celph Titled (with Apathy), Snoh Aalegra, Hermitude (with Buddy and BJ the Chicago Kid), Brockhampton, Teyana Taylor, Raphael Saadiq, Khalid, Chiiild, and more.

Updated every Monday morning, the tracklist can be seen below with the playlist available on Apple MusicSpotify, and TIDAL.

  1. Alchemist, “W.Y.G.D.T.N.S.” f. ScHoolboy Q
  2. Rapsody, “IBTIHAJ” f. GZA & D’Angelo (prod. 9th Wonder)
  3. Drake, “Dreams Money Can Buy
  4. Drake, “5AM in Toronto
  5. Snoop Dogg, “Countdown” f. Swizz Beatz
  6. RJmrLA, “Bang My Line” f. O.T. Genasis
  7. Dave East, “Everyday” f. Gunna
  8. Cousin Stizz, “STP
  9. Lil Durk, “Die Slow” f. 21 Savage
  10. Kur, “Stay Away
  11. Celph Titled, “Paragraphs of Murder” (prod. Apathy)
  12. Lou the Human, “Stay Safe”
  13. Brockhampton, “I Been Born Again
  14. Tobi Lou, “Sometimes I Ignore You Too
  15. Tobi Lou, “8702
  16. Hermitude, “OneFourThree” f. Buddy & BJ the Chicago Kid
  17. Snoh Aalegra, “Situationship”
  18. Teyana Taylor, “How You Want It?” f. King Combs
  19. Cassie, “Teach Me”
  20. Clairo, “Softly”
  21. Bridget Kelly, “Lucky You”
  22. Raphael Saadiq, “So Ready”
  23. Sabrina Claudio, “Holding the Gun
  24. Chiiild, “Count Me Out”
  25. Khalid, “Right Back” f. A Boogie Wit da Hoodie
  26. Ariana Grande & Social House, “Boyfriend”
  27. Mabel, “OK (Anxiety Anthem)”