We all know Reggae and Hip-Hop has always been family. The founding mothers and fathers of Hip-Hop were people of Caribbean decent and the hip hop vibrational sound originated on the islands as well. Being that these two genres are my top fav genres, i have always been fascinated by any joint collaborations or samples used in songs. I love a good hip hop reggae collab. These are not all reggae songs, some dance-hall etc, but reggae just sounded better. Its under that umbrella.
I consider myself to be a mixture of hip hop, soul and reggae. That’s just one way to describe my eclectic nature, diverse personality and look. Fun fact: i also love men who are hip hop and reggae infused.. i love a good culture mix.
This one was almost effortless and personal. I knew which songs automatically popped up in my head from nostalgia and current day. I think this is a diverse group of artists. I also created it within 2 hours and i added finishing touches to it afterwards. Its been done for a while and i listen to it a lot but I’ve been busy living life through the changes etc, this playlist definitely has helped. But, im finally going to share it with you all. Lets keep the positive sound-waves going and spreading good music that feels good.
As always, i like to display the artists behind the music. Take a look.
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Mavado (C), Jamaican dancehall star, joined in the street festivities in Roseau, October 26., 2018 in Roseau, Dominica. – Amid the kaleidoscope of colors of Dominica’s capital Roseau, the streets pulsated with the sounds of African drums and steelpans, bamboo “boom pipes” and accordions. Impromptu parties sprung up on roadsides and beaches for the weekend of revelry that is the World Creole Music Festival, a chance to showcase the origins of the now global but intrinsically Caribbean sound. The 20th edition of the festival brought thousands from across the Caribbean to the tiny island nation and sent a message that Dominica has moved on from Hurricane Maria, which last year claimed dozens of lives here as it obliterated homes and livelihoods. (Photo by Gemma HANDY / AFP) (Photo credit should read GEMMA HANDY/AFP/Getty Images)
The Tidal link has one less song, its Murder by Jim Jones ft. Juelz Santana & Camron 😉
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This playlist was pulled from nostalgia from the house parties my family through growing up and my memory bank. We always had an eclectic mash up of genres of music and this genre was saved for the very best parts of the night and everybody felt good to get up and move. Im a 90s baby so i collected it from my childhood. Most of these artists surprisingly are mostly brown beautiful faces. The media tricked me to think different and i was so refreshed finding this out. I didn’t know most of these artists names before searching things, i literally typed in parts of lyrics in hopes of finding what i was looking for, and i lived in the ‘similar artists’ search to find more gems. Got exactly what i was looking for so i was super happy about that. I made a lot of observations of how a lot of original songs were re-done by more mainstream un melinated artists, very interesting time in music. I really wish i was apart of that 90s to go out and dance to the club scene to really pull out my bedroom routine dances and footwork on the dance floor on you fools. This time was really a gem and its important to really DANCE and feel music to me, so shoutouts to this genre. Also, this playlist makes an awesome gym workout playlist, yes, i tested it already. Me and Jo was killin’ it on the step high knee routine to this. Keeps the momentum going! I picked my absolute favorite songs so i wouldn’t make the playlist 3 hours. We got a nice hour and 37 minutes of fun. So to all who appreciate this era, have fun with it and enjoy!
And yall know im all about the visuals, so check out these beautiful faces behind the jams.
Now available on Itunes and Tidal!
ElectroHouseDancePlaylist – ITUNES
ElectroHouseDancePlaylist – TIDAL
If i get enough requests… i can add it to youtube.
And if someone is sharing their spotify, i can incorporate that too :)))
This was super fun to make and my new record, completed this playlist within a day.
So easy, so fun, some dancing in between. Fresh!
Thanks for coming, hope you enjoy ❤
Introducing the WomenWhoRap Playlist. This a playlist filled with women empowerment bops and all your favorite anthems. I got women who rap ranging from the 90s til’ current day. From Missy Elliot to Azealia Banks. No matter if these women always get along, are put against each other and are slandered in the media, we just can’t deny the fact that they are talented and creative. Hit shuffle, or play in order, its up to you. However, I do want you guys to try listening to the songs that you aren’t familiar with.. its more fun that way to give your ear to a new girl who got something to say. It might speak to you, you never know. I know there are way more underground artists i missed and some songs i missed that i would of really liked to see on here, but i don’t know them all nor do i like them all. This time around i went for a more slow transition to fast transition. A mixed mood playlist. Plus Itunes don’t be having the Itty Bitty Piggy’s y’all lol (all the good non albumy songs). And don’t forget, this is a reflection of MY personal taste. But feel free to suggest, i am open minded, songs can be added! There are so many awesome songs that women created since the beginning of rap but let’s be honest…we’d be here all day going through one trillion emotions and transitions.
But before you go to the playlist..here are some photos of some WomenWhoRap!
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WomenWhoRapPLAYLIST – Tidal
WomenWhoRapPLAYLIST – iTunes
A strict old school Roots Rock Reggae vibes playlist of the 70s and 80s, maybe a sprinkle of 90s.
Strictly for vibrational purposes. This is the beginning, some of the starters in reggae culture to shape it all. This is a mixture of some of the songs I love and grew up on, filled with real sounds and messages for any yute to absorb. Some of these songs are personal for me, some of them just come with the culture and are just hardcore jams. I can’t even put out this playlist without shouting out my father for introducing me to most if not all of these sounds. He is the biggest influence on my musical taste and I am forever grateful. Reggae makes up most of why i am who I am today. It is and probably will always be my first love when it comes to music and my favorite genre 💚❤️💛
This playlist is strictly Roots Reggae.If you would like a Lovers Rock aka slow jam love song reggae playlist, request it and your wish shall be granted. This is also not a dancehall playlist. It is not a soca playlist. It is Reggae. If you aren’t familiar and want to get familiar, this will do you right. If you don’t like old school reggae, skip. But i always suggest being open minded.Also, smoking marijuana is highly recommended 🤗
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