Roll and Coasters: Go Dance

R&Cs: Go Dance

Going back to what I wrote a couple hours ago… It’s always a delight to build a playlist when you’re spoiled for choice. The Afro B and Busy Signal leads us off here with the catchy “Go Dance”. (You have to actually wonder why we don’t see more afrobeat artists collaborating with dancehall toasters; it’s a highly effective combination.) Then, I’ve picked from around the continent and beyond to keep up with the lighthearted, bouncy vibe. So stretch out and headnod your way into this one.

The Playlist

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The Tracklist


01. Afro B & Busy Signal ::: Go Dance
02. Fireboy DML ::: King
03. Mbosso ::: Shilingi (feat. Reekado Banks)
04. Quada ::: Tint
05. Slick Stuart & DJ Roja ::: Sunday (feat. Allan Toniks)
06. Stony ::: Long Time
07. I Waata ::: Brawlin Murda
08. Patty Monroe ::: Killin It (feat. Bebe Cool)
09. Orezi & Sheebah ::: Sweet Sensation
10. Winnie Nwagi & Recho Rey ::: Bwogana
11. Mt Mumber One ::: Dutambe
12. Joe EL ::: Rawa (Dance)
13. Jaz Karis ::: Fairytales
14. Lolo Zouaï ::: Challenge
15. Patty Monroe ::: Reminiscing
16. Savannah Cristina ::: One Night Only
17. Raphael Saadiq ::: So Ready
18. Ally Brooke & Matoma ::: Higher
19. Elderbrook & Rudimental ::: Something About You
20. Anna Leone ::: If You Only

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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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