Roll and Coasters: Grass Ain't Greener

R&Cs: Grass Ain’t Greener

Here are some quick thoughts about this week’s roundup. The Florida Georgia Line video treatment for “May We All” could have easily been expanded to a short film. It’s that good! Just as good: the visuals for the excellent DJ Shadow and RTJ collaboration. Lastly, I look forward to a near future where (almost all) African videos are filmed on the mother continent. This is no knock on those that share this sentiment. But I believe costs for a great video on our soil have gone down to reasonable levels. The requisite skill set, personel, props and locales are available in abundance. And the proof is in the pudding: 2Baba’s, Cassper Nyovest’s and Falz’s latest are just but a few examples.

The Playlist

The Tracklist

01. Chris Brown ::: Grass Ain’t Greener
02. Belly ::: You (feat. Kehlani)
03. Fat Joe & Remy Ma ::: Cookin (feat. French Montana & RySoValid)
04. Kalash ::: Neo
05. Niska ::: Midi minuit
06. Cassper Nyovest ::: Monate So (feat. Doc Shebeleza)
07. Timaya ::: Bang Bang
08. Ayo Jay ::: Your Number
09. Ariana Grande ::: Side to Side (feat. Nicki Minaj)
10. Falz ::: Chardonnay Music (feat. Chyn & Poe)
11. Franglish ::: C’est plus l’heure (feat. Dadju & Vegeta)
12. Bramsito ::: Charbonner
13. Fababy ::: Fatigué
14. Slim Marion ::: My Last (feat. Locko & Dex Willy)
15. Mix Premier ::: Mal à la tête
16. 2Baba ::: Oya Come Make We Go (feat. Sauti Sol)
17. Florida Georgia Line ::: May We All (feat. Tim McGraw)
18. Mick Jenkins ::: Drowning (feat. BADBADNOTGOOD)
19. DJ Shadow ::: Nobody Speak (feat. Run The Jewels)
20. Rohff ::: La monnaie de la pièce

Editor’s Note:
Today, we throwback to the earlier experimental (and hitherto archived) versions of the ‘Roll and Coasters‘ series. ‘R&Cs: Grass Ain’t Greener’ was originally put together in August 2016. Do enjoy.

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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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