Roll and Coasters: Backwards

R&Cs: Backwards

Very few today would be quick to remember that the charismatic, chiseled and health-conscious Gucci Mane we see today was once a doughy irreverent recalcitrant. What never changed has been his prolific nature with music output. The Meek-Mill-assisted “Backwards” single is the second in the rollout to his 14th(!) album (Delusions of Grandeur) in as many years. Kudos to the man and such an intriguing career so far! That’s all I had to say; just go ahead and listen to the playlist. It’s just as intriguing.

The Playlist


The Tracklist


01. Gucci Mane ::: Backwards (feat. Meek Mill)
02. BlocBoy JB ::: Copy
03. Skooly ::: Lil Boy Shit
04. marshmello & SOB X RBE ::: Don’t Save Me
05. Jozzy ::: Sucka Free (feat. Lil’ Wayne)
06. Kojey Radical ::: Can’t Go Back
07. YBN Cordae ::: Bad Idea (feat. Chance The Rapper)
08. Knowledge the Pirate ::: Table Manners
09. Izzy Hott ::: White Burgundy (feat. The Musalini)
10. Philthy Rich ::: Money Right (feat. Cookie Money)
11. Pivot Gang ::: Mortal Kombat (feat. Kari Faux)
12. DDG ::: Hold Up (feat. Queen Naija)
13. Maino ::: All Again (feat. Macy Gray)
14. HoodCelebrityy ::: A Daughter’s Cry
15. Devin Di Dakta ::: Dad’s Message
16. Gappy Ranks ::: Gone Too Soon
17. Didier Awadi ::: Ndaanane (feat. Daniela Ahanda & Bo Diaw)
18. Kafon ::: Kafon (feat. In-S)
19. Ualê Figura ::: Mês de Maio Chora
20. Shatta Wale ::: God Is Alive
21. Chi Ching Ching ::: Callaloo
22. Darkiel ::: Mordia (feat. Gigolo y La Exce)
23. Andra & Descemer Bueno ::: Camarero
24. Jess Glynne & Jax Jones ::: One Touch
25. Abdo Commando ::: Chaabi Chatofor
26. Mvrnie & Rex & Beano ::: Time
27. Taylor Swift ::: You Need to Calm Down
28. X Ambassadors ::: Hey Child
29. Elohim ::: TV
30. Tove Lo ::: Glad He’s Gone
31. Alivor ::: Capuché
32. Nehuda ::: Olivia Pope
33. Passenger ::: Let Me Dream a While

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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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