Roll and Coasters: Godzilla

R&Cs: Godzilla

The homie was talking earlier about the older cats embracing the new generation of talent. And there’s no bigger case here than the recent pairing of Eminem and gone-too-soon Juice WRLD on “Godzilla”. We often deride the current hip-hop flagbearers and point at their lack of rapping skills, which they make up for with other techniques and tricks to connect and engage their audience. It’s heartwarming to see them acknowledged by one who most of us consider the most skilled rapper there ever was. In here, you’ll also find Lido Pimienta (I’ve just discovered her on COLORS) and Mohombi with a moving tribute in his mother’s tongue.

Pick your preferred platform for the playlist

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The Tracklist

01. Eminem ::: Godzilla (feat. Juice WRLD)
02. Lil Yachty & DaBaby ::: Oprah’s Bank Account (feat. Drake)
03. Bantu & Dr. Chaii ::: Stretch (feat. DaniLeigh)
04. LION BABE ::: Different Planet
05. Shenseea ::: The Sidechick Song
06. Delacey ::: Cruel Intentions (feat. G-Eazy)
07. JOYCA ::: Millionaire1
08. Hös Copperfield ::: La route est longue
09. Oxmo Puccino ::: Tendrement
10. Mohombi ::: Plus fortes (Mama)2
11. Rayvanny ::: Ex Boyfriend
12. Mitch ::: Modern Warfare Freestyle
13. Zee Stack ::: Transition
14. Lute & Deniro Farrar ::: Gon’ Be (feat. Elevator Jay)
15. Sean Price & Lil Fame ::: Wait For It
16. Yoss Bones ::: Ladrón
17. Almanegra ::: Cuando el Amor Se Va
18. Lido Pimienta ::: Nada (feat. Li Saumet)
19. JP Cooper ::: everything i wanted
20. Summer Denis & Rhymes ::: When It’s This Good

 

1 JOYCA’s “Millionaire” is not available on the Apple Music platform. It will be reflected on our playlist there as soon as it’s made available.

2 Mohombi’s tribute song “Plus forte” is not available on the Apple Music, Deezer and Spotify platforms. It will be reflected on our playlists there as soon as it’s made available.

3 The Zee Stack song “Transition” is not available on the Apple Music, Deezer and Spotify platforms. It will be reflected on our playlists there as soon as it’s made available.

Hewa Yasin

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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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