Haze and Phases 2

Haze and Phases 2

The last time I challenged myself to reinterpret one of Yoshi’s playlist concepts, I summed up the whole process to a conversation with the homie and a few consultations here and there. What I left understated was the amount of time and persistence that are needed to see it through — I’m still surprised, myself. In this case, I took up the challenge just a few days before ‘Haze and Phases‘ got published. Back then, I had the first and last songs in mind already. Everything in between took time to build because, for one, the whole “no fancy idea to this” thing was a smokescreen, and also, the logic was (pardon the pun) definitely hazy. Let’s take flight!

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The Tracklist

01. Majid Jordan ::: Phases
02. Tame Impala ::: Borderline
03. Absofacto ::: Dissolve
04. BANKS ::: Look What You’re Doing To Me (feat. Francis and The Lights)
05. Anatii ::: NDAWENI
06. TRESOR ::: Sondela (feat. Msaki)
07. Louis The Child & Wrabel ::: Too Close
08. AUGUST 08 ::: Simple Pleasures (feat. GoldLink)
09. Matoma ::: Bruised Not Broken (feat. MNEK & Kiana Ledé)
10. Miraa May ::: Nobody
11. BJ The Chicago Kid ::: Reach (feat. Afrojack)
12. BRKLYN ::: Can’t Take My Money
13. Two Door Cinema Club ::: Once
14. Tove Lo ::: Really Don’t Like U (feat. Kylie Minogue)
15. The Goo Goo Dolls ::: Money, Fame & Fortune
16. The 1975 ::: Love It If We Made It
17. Sun-El Musician & Ami Faku ::: Into Ingawe
18. OTR & Panama ::: Drive
19. Emotional Oranges ::: Heal My Desires
20. Snow Patrol ::: Chasing Cars (Reworked)

Bonus Tracks
21. Oh Wonder ::: Better Now
22. Mansionair ::: Astronaut (Something About Your Love)
23. X Ambassadors ::: SHADOWS
24. Lolo Zouaï ::: Challenge
25. Herizen ::: Get High
26. Sarz & WurlD ::: PRISONA
27. WALK THE MOON ::: Lose You Again (feat. BRÅVES)
28. Avicii ::: Fades Away (feat. Noonie Bao)
29. The Avener & M.I.L.K. ::: Under The Waterfall
30. Jack Back ::: Wild One Two (feat. David Guetta, Nicky Romero & Sia

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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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