Roll and Coasters: Totori

R&Cs: Totori

We’ve been talking up summer for months. We’re now in the thick of it and — it might be just me, but — we’re getting sunny music from all corners. All new music seems to be geared to vacationers. Then again that’s what this season calls for, ain’t it? To start things of this week, Nigerian hitmaker Olamide joined forces with Wizkid and ID Cabasa for “Totori”. It’s a breezy mid-tempo that sets the tone for a trail of tropical-weather-music. The additional contributions to the playlist come from the Sub-Saharan, the Caribbean and the diasporas. So, prepare yourself a piña colada and I’ll see you under the palm trees 😀.

The Playlist

The Tracklist

01. Olamide, Wizkid ID Cabasa ::: Totori
02. WSTRN ::: Maggie & Stardawg
03. Don EE & Boss Bikky ::: Dance Like This
04. Femi ::: Island Gyal (feat. Poison Sounds & Isasha)
05. Brown Mauzo ::: Aniote
06. Vichou ::: Kunguru
07. Vinka ::: Bigambo
08. DarkoVibes ::: Bless Me (feat. KiDi)
09. B Gway ::: Problema
10. Dr Malinga ::: Uyajola 99 (feat. Jub Jub)
11. Jah Prayzah ::: Dangerous
12. Mixnaija ::: Kana (feat. T-Classic, Peruzzi, Terri & Haekins)
13. Spectrum Band ::: Ah Love Meh Wifey
14. Yves Lewis ::: I’m in Love with the Music
15. Otis ::: So Nice
16. Teeyah ::: Symphonie
17. Gaz Mawete ::: La loi du talion
18. Petit Pays ::: Misso Ma Ndolo
19. Larynx Merit ::: As for Me
20. McRay ::: Heads Up (feat. Quamina MP & John Hill)

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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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