Roll and Coasters: Du lundi au lundi

R&Cs: Du lundi au lundi

Niska has probably set objectives to dominate radio airwaves, streaming charts and party speakers this year. And based on recent evidence (Shay’s “Liquide” and “Médicament” with Booba), he’s on course to meet his targets. “Du lundi au lundi”, his latest single ahead of an album that should drop sometime this year, sums up the French in-demand rapper’s current mindset. From Monday to Monday, just show up and show out. You don’t need to tell me twice; I’m ready to emulate!

The Playlist


The Tracklist


01. Niska ::: Du lundi au lundi
02. Sarkodie ::: Bleeding
03. Dave ::: Location (feat. Burna Boy)
04. Layton Greene, Lil Baby & City Girls ::: Leave Em Alone (feat. PnB Rock)
05. Russell! ::: Press Play
06. Blood Orange ::: Benzo
07. Kevin George ::: Don’t Sleep Without Me
08. Demi Portion ::: Motivé
09. Luidji ::: Christian Dior
10. Koréa ::: Boom Bang Bang
11. Govana ::: Cups Up
12. Otile Brown & Ethic Entertainment ::: Dala Dala
13. Flavour & Semah ::: Mercy (Acoustic)
14. Daphné ::: Doucement
15. Hiro ::: Guerrier
16. Th3rd ::: Shotta in Love
17. Morgan Heritage ::: Beach & Country
18. Jordan Davis ::: Slow Dance in a Parking Lot
19. Rita Ora ::: New Look
20. Fitz and The Tantrums ::: I Just Wanna Shine
21. Oyinkanade ::: Dahun (feat. Vector)
22. Claire Bahi ::: Africa (feat. Wally B. Seck)
23. DTM ::: Diva (feat. Wally B. Seck)
24. Fancy Gadam ::: Biyari Gbani

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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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