Roll and Coasters: WHATS POPPIN


The lead comes straight out of Derby City — that’s Louisville, Kentucky if you’re not so sports-inclined — by way of Atlanta. I’m a newbie as far as Jack Harlow is concerned. He was one of my pleasant discoveries last year and I happily featured joints off of his last and solid opus (Confetti) in my playlists (“GHOST” and “HEAVY HITTER” so far). He’s starting the year on frontfoot with “WHATS POPPIN”, a heat check of sorts that clearly indicates he will reach greater heights in the (very!) near future. And speaking of heights, the lineup here is loaded with solid dedicated acts that have been going from strength to strength in recent time. I’m confident we will hear much more from all of them this year! (Oh, and I threw in a Tinie Tempah throwback for good measure.)

The Playlist

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The Tracklist

01. Jack Harlow ::: WHATS POPPIN
02. Curren$y ::: Decisions
03. Rock ::: PAY ME (feat. Ron Browz)
04. Smoke DZA & BENNY THE BUTCHER ::: By Any Means
05. Roddy Ricch ::: Boom Boom Room
06. Rich The Kid ::: Money Talk (feat. YoungBoy Never Broke Again)
07. T.R.U. & Skooly ::: How I Feel (Remix feat. NoCap & Quando Rondo)
08. Tank and the Bangas ::: Dope Girl Magic
09. ICO ::: Koh lanta (Le track #2)
10. La Fouine ::: Première fois
11. S.Pri Noir ::: Dystopia
12. Young Chang MC ::: 6 étés 7 hivers
13. HATIK ::: Belle en noir
14. Z-Ro ::: I’m OK
15. Ason ::: Reach
16. Tinie Tempah ::: Wonderman (feat. Ellie Goulding)
17. Hulvey ::: Underdog Freestyle
18. Dear Silas ::: I Got It (feat. Big K.R.I.T.)
19. Takes ::: Phonecalls
20. Dutchavelli ::: Only If You Knew

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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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