Roll and Coasters: Bébé

R&Cs: Bébé

I’m still in the mood to start off with pleasing my francophone people. And it’s quite easy to do it with MHD — you should be familiar with his work or check out “Bella” and “XIX“. The king of Afro Trap is back with frequent collaborator Dadju on the sultry “Bébé”.

“Bébé” is followed up by a solid lineup of Afro French artists before we wander in East Africa, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa. Do enjoy!

The Playlist

The Tracklist

01. MHD ::: Bébé (feat. Dadju)
02. Aya Nakamura ::: La dot
03. KeBlack ::: Sans nouvelles
04. Youssoupha ::: Par amour
05. Dry ::: Tant pis (feat. Dadju)
06. Qwiss ::: Gimme Gimme (feat. Magix Enga)
07. Lava Lava ::: Niuwe
08. Lava Lava ::: Utatulia
09. Barnaba ::: Ngoma (feat. Aslay)
10. Timmy Tdat ::: Kasayole (feat. Khaligraph Jones)
11. Winky D ::: KaSong Kejecha
12. Rudeboy ::: Nkenji Keke
13. Deji Abdul ::: Bandana
14. DJ ECool ::: 4U (feat. Davido & Peruzzi)
15. Fuse ODG ::: New African Girl (feat. Kuami Eugene & KiDi)
16. Ajebutter22 ::: Wayward
17. M.O ::: Bad Vibe (feat. Lotto Boyzz & Mr Eazi)
18. Maleek Berry ::: Pon My Mind
19. Chooxy ::: Africa to the World
20. Preto Show ::: Banger (Mamawe) (feat. Davido)
21. DJ Maphorisa & DJ Catzico ::: Oncamnce (feat. Kwesta, Stilo Magolide & Zingah)
22. Idowest ::: Shepeteri (feat. Slimcase)
23. DJ Maphorisa & DJ Raybel ::: iWalk Ye Phara (feat. TDK MaCassette & Zulu Mkhathini)
24. Neza ::: Vibe (feat. MC Galaxy)
25. DJ Ganyani ::: Qluv (feat. Wonderboy)

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I wrote as kid. (I'd die if you'd ever get your hands on those poems.) And I wrote as a teen. (We thought our raps would spearhead revolution.) I write these days to share my joys and perspectives. I am as subjective as they come. I found a bunch of blessed souls that are just as expressive. And Africa is all the better for it. (I think I never really changed.)
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