Roll and Coasters: Throw It Back

R&Cs: Throw It Back

We should all be ecstatic that Missy Elliott has resurfaced to bless us with new music of her own; It’s been too damn long! “Throw It Back”, off her latest EP ICONOLOGY, is as good a reminder as any that Missy pioneered so many elements of the modern rap sound: she’s been there and done that decades ago! I was particularly drawn to the boisterous nature of the joint and chose new singles (and potential hits) that had that same spirited tone. From Obie Trice to $tupid Young, by and large, that’s what this playlist represents overall: liveliness! I’m certain that it’ll get you pumped up! (Personally, it’s acting as the cardio complement to Yoshi’s weight room playlist. Give it a spin, sweat it out and let me know what you think.)

The Playlist

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The Tracklist


01. Missy Elliott ::: Throw It Back
02. Giggs ::: TERMINATOR (feat. Swizz Beatz)
03. Ed Sheeran ::: Take Me Back to London (Sir Spyro Remix feat. Stormzy, Jaykae & Aitch)
04. Future ::: 100 Shooters (feat. Meek Mill & Doe Boy)
05. Strongman ::: Ups & Downs (feat. M.anifest)
06. Koba LaD ::: Four
07. G-Eazy & Tyga ::: Bang
08. $tupid Young ::: Lights Out
09. Lil Tjay ::: F.N
10. Dosseh ::: Thaïlande (feat. Bramsito)
11. Skaodi ::: Dans le tieks
12. Rapsody ::: Nina
13. Joell Ortiz ::: Before Hip-Hop
14. Little Brother ::: Black Magic (Make It Better)
15. Obie Trice ::: 92
16. Jidenna ::: Worth the Weight (feat. Seun Kuti)
17. Common ::: Show Me That You Love (feat. Jill Scott & Samora Pinderhughes)
18. KYLE ::: F You I Love You (feat. Teyana Taylor)
19. Dappy ::: Pantha
20. 23 Unofficial ::: CREAM

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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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