Roll and Coasters: Rapture (Remix)

R&Cs: Rapture (Remix)

Do yourself a favor and treat your ears to Koffee‘s sensational debut EP, if you haven’t heard it yet. Rapture has essentially been a springboard that catapulted the Spanish Town teenager to one of the most in-demand Jamaican artists right now. And now the momentous EP’s title track has been given a facelift. On “Rapture (Remix)”, Koffee invites the equally electric Govana for an enthralling back-and-forth. It embodies the high energy you can find aplenty in this playlist. From Prince Kaybee to King Saha, from One Acen to Sho Madjozi, from Boondocks Gang to Robinio Mundibo… You might not recognize the names (yet), but you will be spellbound nonetheless!

The Playlist

The Tracklist

01. Koffee ::: Rapture (Remix feat. Govana)
02. Jane Macgizmo ::: One Away (Reggae Remix)
03. Willie X.O ::: Early in the Morning (feat. Ashanti)
04. Mr Eazi ::: Thank You (Freestyle)
05. One Acen ::: Miss Diva (feat. Yungen)
06. Runtown ::: Emotions
07. Prince Kaybee ::: Gugulethu (feat. Indlovukazi, Supta & Afro Brothers)
08. Sho Madjozi ::: Idhom
09. Mr Eazi, GuiltyBeatz & J.Derobie ::: Freedom
10. Robinio Mundibu ::: Misu Na Misu
11. Mavins ::: All Is in Order (feat. Don Jazzy, Rema, Korede Bello, DNA & Crayon)
12. Mayorkun ::: True (feat. Kizz Daniel)
13. Jeff Akoh ::: Bio (Calabar Girl)
14. Kojjo Derrick ::: Awesome
15. King Saha ::: Bambi
16. Matonya ::: Sio Fresh (feat. NaiBoi)
17. Vybz Kartel & Spice ::: Back Way
18. Munga Honorable ::: Go Get It
19. Natural Flames ::: New Gal Breed
20. Boondocks Gang & VDJ Jones ::: Rieng (Remix feat. Kristoff & Rankaddah)
21. Carlos N ::: Gari Yangu (feat. Young Dee & Abbah)

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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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