This weeks track Added to the Music to Soundtrack Souls Playlist is by “Ball Greezy” (also known as Real Ball Greezy) who hails from Miami Florida. The track is titled “Nice & Slow” and features another Miami rapper named Lil Dred. I heard this track and was immediately taken in by it. It has a soulful laid back feel to it accompanied by the perfect Freddie Jackson sample “Nice and Slow”. ..
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On the Music to Soundtrack Souls Playlist this week is Nino Man ft. Jadakiss “I hate you”. Jadakiss is a veteran rapper from the LOX and this particular track is from his artist Nino Man. First heard this about a week ago, and instantly knew it would be hip hop with substance. Nino sets it off with wordplay that really says something. No gimmicks...
(Please Keep in mind that this list is about current & classic records.) With that being said, This week its all about "Whip Appeal" by Babyface...... A CLASSIC record most definitely deserving of a spot on the Music to Soundtrack Souls Playlist this week.
This week on the Music to Soundtrack Souls Playlist we have 50 Cent Featuring R&B Crooner Jeremih.
This is classic 50 with Jeremih providing his touch on the track.
This week on the Music to Soundtrack Souls Playlist is a joint called "Mercedes Baby" by rappers Tyga featuring 24 Hrs. I chose this simply because of the vibe on the track. Its off Tygas mixtape entitled "Bugatti Raww" and It has this mystical type of feel to it.
This week on the Music to Soundtrack Souls Playlist is something real fly by Jadakiss & Fabolous. Together they collaborate on this joint album entitled "Friday On Elm Street" released thru Def Jam along with their respective labels. (Jadakiss/D-Block Records) & Fabolous/Street Family Records)...
Added to the playlist this week is a dope song from a rapper by the name of Kevin Gates who hails from Baton Rouge Louisiana. He recently converted to Islam and is of black and puerto rican decent. Gates released his first album "Islah" in 2016 along with being featured on numerous other mixtapes as well.
Added to the playlist this week is a classic throwback. "Tender Love" by Force Md's is a smooth soulful joint many might remember.
This weeks track uploaded to the playlist is none other than A-Boogie Wit da Hoodie. The title of this one is called "Say A".
I just heard this recently and thought it was definetly worthy of a spot on this list. Boogie hails from the Highbridge section of the Bronx in New York City and is most known for his song "Drowning" that was very big for him...
Added to the playlist this week is "Betrayal" by Memphis Tennessee rapper Yo Gotti. This song is off his album entitled "I Still Am" and is the first track on the album.
The song tells different tales of being betrayed by the ones closest to you which we all can relate to...
Uploaded this week to the playlist is a song I came across in a cab ride some time back. I wouldn't call it hip hop or R&B like what is usually on the list, but it definitely has Soul. "Side Streets", Performed by the trio known as Saint Etienne is a soft, laid back track you can vibe to.
Uploaded to the playlist this week is a track by New York City Native N.O.R.E (Noreaga), who is 1/2 of the Rap Duo known as Capone N Noreaga. The track is called "Moments" and it struck me after the first listen.
Added to the playlist is a throwback entitled "Love Jones" by Doc Ice (also known as Doctor Ice). Doc is an original member of the 80's group UTFO and was known for his killer breakdancing moves as well.
Miami's own Rick Ross definitely did his thing on this dope track which features the one and only Raphael Saadiq of R&B trio Tony Toni Toné on the hook.
This new track is by a rap artist who has gained tons of popularity over the past year or two. Known as "XXXTENTACION". Although its a short track, I feel its worthy of this playlist. His unique style is different than most rap artists in the spotlight these days....
"On your body".... A smooth, melodic track produced by "Lee on the beats" and "Bkorn" is definitely a personal favorite of mine.
From the home of biggie, this next track on the playlist is from a native Brooklyn New Yorker know as "Reason", who happens to be myself. This song is entitled "My favorite" and is produced by Roadsart. Roadsart has worked with numerous rap artists on their respective projects (Snoop, Raekwon, Schoolboy q etc.) this particular track is off my latest EP "Reason"//passion n' pain (nobody cares till you win).
"Unforgettable", definitely a fitting name for this powerful track by New York City's own French Montana. French does his thing with witty rapping and Swae Lee provides smooth singing/vocals. The song comes on and the mood is immediately felt...