Roll and Coasters: Trick'a Treat

R&Cs: Trick’a Treat

One more for the ShenYeng clan! Since “Blessed” took off last year, Shenseea has been in high demand. And you won’t hear any complaints from me when the trickle we’ve been accustomed to turns into a steady stream of Shenseea bangers like “Trick’a Treat”. The gem is one of many from the Aircraft Riddim; she shot a video for it. That’s all the reason a fan such as myself needed to put it here. Shenseea leads pack with veteran sure shots (Bebe Cool, Khaligraph Jones,Sneakbo…) alongside exciting younger talents (Dermot Kennedy, Footsteps, Princess Nokia…), and go-tos for energy (Don EE, Kwesi Slay, Wrecker…). What’s there not to like?

Pick your preferred platform for the playlist

Apple Music Deezer Spotify YouTube

The Tracklist

01. Shenseea ::: Trick’a Treat
02. Koomz ::: Whole Life
03. Scorcher ::: 8+1
04. Sneakbo ::: Love Is a Gamble (feat. Kida Kudz)
05. Wrecker ::: 30 Thousand
06. Kid Ink ::: FCUKIZYOUDOIN
07. Dermot Kennedy ::: All My Friends
08. Princess Nokia ::: Green Eggs & Ham
09. Don EE ::: Wiggle It (feat. Ms Banks)
10. Zlatan ::: Life
11. Teflon Sega ::: Beretta Lake (feat. SAINt JHN)
12. Yung Skar ::: Running Shit1
13. Rem Finesse ::: Buss Down
14. S Roe ::: Ride Or Die
15. Kwesi Slay ::: Pussy Cat (feat. Quamina MP & Medikal)
16. Khaligraph Jones ::: Instagram Girls2
17. Bebe Cool & Rudeboy ::: Feeling
18. Footsteps ::: Real One
19. Frank Ekwa ::: Sex in the Room3
20. Yamungu ::: Bado4

 

1: “Running Shit” is not available on the Apple, Deezer and Spotify platforms and will be added once available.
2: The “Instagram Girls” has been removed from the YouTube platform and will be re-added to the playlist once available.
3: “Sex in the Room” is not available on the Apple, Deezer and Spotify platforms and will be added once available.
4: “Bado” is not available on the Apple, Deezer and Spotify platforms and will be added once available.

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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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