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Weekly Dope: EarthGang, IDK, Griselda & More

blame it on Shake September 9, 2019

[ArtByShake]

With another seven days in the books, we’re back recapping the best in music with the 166th installment of our Weekly Dope playlist.

On the artwork this week, I decided to flip EarthGang‘s MirrorLand artwork with a mix of IDK for asking Is He Real on his latest album, Skyzoo and Pete Rock for their amazing posse cut with eLZhi and the Griselda squad, Danny Brown for his Q-Tip-laced single, Conway for kicking off his Look What I Became campaign, Larry June for his Out The Trunk EP, Moonchild for their Little Ghost album, Post Malone for his Hollywood’s Bleeding album, and Mahalia for her Love & Compromise album.

  1. EarthGang, “This Side”
  2. Conway, “Tito’s Back” f. Benny & Westside Gunn
  3. EarthGang, “Tequila” f. T-Pain
  4. Skyzoo & Pete Rock, “Eastern Conference All-Stars” f. eLZhi, Westside Gunn, Conway & Benny
  5. Ras Kass, “Trapped Music pt.1
  6. EarthGang, “Top Down”
  7. IDK, “Lilly”
  8. Larry June, “Smoothies in 1991”
  9. IDK, “No Cable” f. GLC
  10. Larry June, “Organic Smiles”
  11. Danny Brown, “Dirty Laundry” (prod. Q-Tip)
  12. Childish Major, “Pull Up Game Crazy
  13. Moonchild, “Nova”
  14. Bishop Nehru, “In My Zone”
  15. NBA YoungBoy, “Self Control”
  16. Boosie & Zaytoven, “Dangerous Job”
  17. Meyhem Lauren & DJ Muggs, “Blue Chinese
  18. Injury Reserve, “HPNGC” f. JPEGMAFIA & Code Orange
  19. Post Malone, “Take What You Want” f. Ozzy Osbourne & Travis Scott
  20. Xian Bell, “Drive Slow 2.0” f. Reason
  21. Mahalia, “What You Did” f. Ella Mai
  22. Moon Boots, “Jumpin” f. Niia
  23. Next Town Down, “Easy” f. 6LACK
  24. EarthGang, “Trippin” f. Kehlani
  25. Ambré, “Fubu”
  26. Beau Diako, “Buttermilk” f. Emawk
  27. Gallant, “Compromise” f. Sabrina Claudio
  28. Moonchild, “What You’re Doing”
  29. 11:11, “Reason”
  30. Monsune, “Outta My Mind”
  31. Tainy, Jessie Reyez & Tory Lanez, “Feel It Too
  32. Camila Cabello, “Shameless”

Updated every Monday morning (except this week, because of Labor Day), the playlist is available on Apple MusicSpotify, and TIDAL.

[PLAYLIST NOW INCLUDES ALL 2019 ENTRIES]