My Top 6 Tracks of the Week

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Today I’m posting six of my favorite tracks that I heard at some point this week. Check it out, there’s a mix of old and new. I hope ya...

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Today I’m posting six of my favorite tracks that I heard at some point this week. Check it out, there’s a mix of old and new. I hope ya’ll enjoy it and maybe find some new additions to your own playlist. First up is a raucous cut called “Always” from DJ Scream ft. Que, Gunplay, Waka Flocka Flame and Tracy T. It’s definitely to slap in the car on the way to any place such as work, school or anywhere hatin niggas can be found.

This track from Daft Punk and Pharrell is yet another example of why them collaborating was one of the best things to happen to music in a while. This track is perfect to just sit back and chill to and it can get the crowd on their feet at any social gathering.

“Tweakin'” features two up and coming Chicago rhyme spitters, to Vic Mensa and Chance the Rapper, trading bars about tripping on a myriad of substances and other tweaked out topics.

“Move That Dope” features Future, Pharrell, Pusha T and Future’s artist Casino rapping about dope boy aspirations over a modernized old school beat produced by Mike Will Made It. That infectiously ignorant hook catches the ear but the verses make you listen.

 

“Mathematics” by Mos Def is still one of the best hip hop tracks ever made in my opinion. This is real music, he’s educating the people over the beat and keeping em entertained all at once. Listen and learn.

“Hive” is one the of the lead singles off of Earl’s album “Doris”. Earl goes in on the track but Vince Staples completely demolishes the beat with his nimble flow over the ominous beat. Come for Earl but stay for that nigga Vince.

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