Le magasin des envies, Vol. 15: G.D.T.!

Le magasin des envies, Vol. 15: G.D.T.!

Let me do my best and not sololiquize about what was done here. The fifteenth edition of LMDE series is all about the bringing the heat (in human connection) and its effects. From smouldering fire to explosive combustions to lingering crackles. That’s as far as I’ll take the metaphor but I’m sure you get the message. So take a cue from the playlist and (if you responsibly can) get down tonight.

Choose your preferred service...

Take a look at the tracklist...

01. Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak & Silk Sonic ::: Leave The Door Open
02. H.E.R. ::: Come Through (feat. Chris Brown)
03. Mannywellz ::: So Good
04. Gallant ::: Relapse.
05. SiBi ::: Drive Thru (feat. Parlemo)
06. VanJess ::: Come Over
07. Syd ::: Fast Car
08. Ariana Grande ::: 34+35
09. Tamera ::: Wickedest
10. Popcaan ::: Good Only
11. Amaal ::: Honey
12. Tory Lanez ::: Feels (feat. Chris Brown)
13. Muni Long ::: To Do List
14. Tanerélle ::: Good Good
15. Ariana Grande ::: positions
16. Wavy The Creator ::: Harmonies (feat. WurlD)
17. R-Marni ::: Back & Forth
18. Trey Songz ::: Brain
19. Mario ::: Luxury Love
20. Tems ::: Ice T
21. Rosemarie ::: Henny Talk
22. Muni Long ::: Hrs and Hrs
23. Tone Stith ::: Energy
24. Una Rams & Blxckie ::: btb
25. The Isley Brothers ::: Between the Sheets
26. BJ The Chicago Kid ::: Sex Is the Best Breakfast
27. Maxwell ::: OFF
28. JMSN ::: Love 2 U
29. Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak & Silk Sonic ::: After Last Night (with Thundercat & Bootsy Collins)
30. THEY. ::: Count Me In (feat. Kiana Ledé)
31. Alina Baraz ::: Alone with You
32. Mary J. Blige ::: Seven Days (feat. George Benson)
33. Kevon Edmonds & Babyface ::: A Girl Like You
34. Trevor Jackson ::: Your Everything
35. Robert Glasper ::: Better Than I Imagined (feat. H.E.R. & Meshell Ndegeocello)

Enjoy and come back soon...

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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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