Roll and Coasters: Chappelle's Show

R&Cs: Chappelle’s Show

First of all, I could care less to know what brought about this Wiz Khalifa and AD collaboration. Secondly, I don’t really care to agonize about the project it will end up on: as of this writing it’s only available (from a verified source) on YouTube. I really don’t care because this is as close to a taste of perfection you might get. I am absolutely digging “Chappelle’s Show” because of the name — ah, the memories! — and the fact that it’s flames. The production is as smooth as it is effective, while the lyricism can be qualified as solid…at worst! Obviously, it raised the bar for entry in this playlist so it was a thrill for me to find joints that held up to the established standard. I was almost tempted to make it an all-rap affair once more, but — you know me! — I had to veer a little 😉.

Pick your preferred platform for the playlist

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The Tracklist

01. Wiz Khalifa ::: Chappelle’s Show (feat. AD)1
02. Russ ::: GUESS WHAT (feat. Rick Ross)
03. Berna ::: Da Intro
04. Danny Brown ::: 3 Tearz (feat. Run The Jewels)
05. Okwerdz ::: Know Me Like That (feat. Method Man & Young Collage)
06. Sean Price & Lil Fame ::: Center Stage
07. Ymg Shooter ::: Silence
08. MAVI ::: Sense
09. TJA ::: See Me on Top
10. Mitch ::: Couldnt Give It Up
11. Scorcher ::: Daily Duppy (2020)
12. Gigi Lamayne ::: Jou Stad (feat. YoungstaCPT & 25K)
13. Ground Up Chale, Kwesi Arthur, Quamina MP, Twitch & Kofi Mole ::: Ba O Hie (Come Forward)
14. I Do ::: Pull It
15. G Perico ::: One More Day2
16. Yatta ::: Bag Right
17. Plies ::: Hotwire
18. RA ::: Country (feat. Ard Adz)
19. Quelle Chris & Chris Keys ::: Sudden Death
20. Quando Rondo ::: Groupie Bitches

 

1: “Chappelle’s Show” is not available on the Apple Music, Deezer and Spotify platforms. As soon as it is, we’ll add it to our playlists

2: “One More Day” is not available on the Apple Music, Deezer and Spotify platforms. As soon as it is, we’ll add it to our playlists

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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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