R&Cs: Make No Sense

YoungBoy Never Broke Again is an assured big draw whenever he puts something out; The (streaming) numbers are there to back this up! “Make No Sense”, his latest single off of AI YoungBoy 2, will certainly not be an exception. Admittedly, old timers like myself struggle to find a way to relate, but the energy is undeniable. And so I keyed into that aspect to complete the playlist. While working on our year-end wrap ups I happened upon a couple of Conway videos (from the notable Look What I Became album) and that was as good a reason as any to include him here. Indulge me a cliché: there’s something for everybody here. You will enjoy this!

The Playlist

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The Tracklist

01. YoungBoy Never Broke Again ::: Make No Sense
02. Rich The Kid ::: That’s Tuff (feat. Quavo)
03. Jacob Latimore & Calboy ::: Details
04. Young M.A ::: Numb/Bipolar
05. Mozzy ::: Overcame
06. Redman ::: Slap Da Shit Outcha
07. Conway The Machine ::: Tito’s Back (feat. BENNY THE BUTCHER & Westside Gunn)
08. Conway The Machine ::: No Women No Kids
09. Planet Asia ::: Ching Ching
10. All Hail Y.T. ::: Royal Flush (feat. Eto)
11. D-Ray ::: No Days Off
12. Hare Squead ::: Meeting with Myself (feat. Jay Prince)
13. Kida Kudz ::: 1AM (feat. Jaykae)
14. Bas ::: Amnesia (feat. Ari Lennox & Kiddominant)
15. Dyo ::: Papaya (feat. Lord Afrixana)
16. Stanley Enow ::: My Way (Remix feat. Diamond Platnumz & Ariel Sheney)
17. King Kaka ::: Kesi (feat. Kelechi Africana)
18. Big Ghun ::: Bombastic (feat. Zeal)
19. Major League DJz & Focalistic ::: NdiKuze (feat. The Lowkeys, Kabza De Small & Moonchild Sanelly)
20. GuiltyBeatz, Falz & Joey B ::: IYABO

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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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