Roll and Coasters: Je suis chez moi

R&Cs: Je suis chez moi

Let’s celebrate the return of R&B stalwarts Joe, Lloyd and Maxwell. Those golden voices were sorely missed. Let’s celebrate the rebuke of bigotry when it comes to defining French national identity. More power to Black M and his ilk. Let’s cheer the quality output of fresh talent like Jidenna, Keros-n, MZ and Tekno. A sure sign of greater things to come from them.

The Playlist

The Tracklist

01. Black M ::: Je suis chez moi
02. Ayane & Bella ::: C’est mignon (feat. Rotimi)
03. Tolu ::: Champion (feat. CDQ)
04. Gente de Zona ::: Más Macarena (feat. Los Del Rio)
05. Rythmz ::: Madame Tout Le Monde (feat. Mr. Leo)
06. Pitbull ::: Greenlight (feat. Flo Rida & Lunchmoney Lewis)
07. MZ ::: Carré VIP
08. Tekno ::: Pana
09. Lloyd ::: Tru
10. Joe ::: So I Can Have You Back
11. Maxwell ::: 1990x
12. Passenger ::: Anywhere
13. Adekunle Gold ::: Ariwo Ko
14. Lynxxx ::: Serve You
15. Jidenna ::: Chief Don’t Run (feat. Roman GianArthur)
16. Keros-N ::: Jamais perdu mes couilles
17. Kid Ink ::: Nasty (feat. Jeremih & Spice)
18. Naps ::: Pochon Bleu (feat. 13ème Art, Graya, Kalif, Raisse & YL)
19. Tove Lo ::: Cool Girl
20. Danny L Harle ::: Super Natural (feat. Carly Rae Jepsen)
21. Slimane ::: Adieu
22. Weei Soldat ::: A fo weei
23. F2F ::: Élégant
24. Gucci Mane ::: At Least a M

Editor’s Note:
Today, we throwback to the earlier experimental (and hitherto archived) versions of the ‘Roll and Coasters‘ series. ‘R&Cs: Je suis chez moi’ 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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