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Caribbean Cruising – Haiti & Jamaica | Royal Caribbean

It’s not often that you can claim to have woken up in a different country four days in a row but that’s exactly what happened when Adam and I took to the seas and embarked on our first full length cruise, courtesy of Royal Caribbean. A quick plane ride (please note the sarcasm as this plane […]


posted by on 29/06/2010

I’m really late with this but that’s mainly due to the lack of good songs in the past week. I’ve only got around 15 songs for ya’ll. Starting off with a dope song off Curren$y‘s upcoming album featuring Mos Def and Jay Electronica. You can’t go wrong when you have the likes of those 2 on the track, songs after the cut.

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Real Hip-Hop from the beat to the lyrical quality. So fucking dope. I need this ish in CDQ.

Curren$y - The Day (feat. Mos Def & Jay Electronica) – Link

Same song title for a track off the Roots album and that tune is just as dope.

Bonus cut: The Roots - The Day (feat. Blu, Phonte, Patty Crash) – Link

‘I got a new chick, She ain’t you, She Paula Patton thick, She gives me Dejavu.’ For those wondering that’s Robin Thicke’s actress wife in the photo above, I felt a photo of her would liven up the post a fair bit. God dayum. A new song from her husband leaked a few hours ago, I have no clue whether it’s a new single/unreleased track but it’s smooth, classic Robin. The tracks produced by the Neptunes.

Robin Thické - My Life – Link

Next up, I’m showing some love for UK artists for a change. Peckham-born MC Giggs dropped his sophomore album last week and the hype for it around these parts have been crazy. I thought I’d give it a listen after my twitterfeed was clogged up with tweets saying how good it was. It’s actually not bad for a grime artist, he’s stayed true to his style and hasn’t sold out like the rest of them. *cough*

Giggs - Let ‘Em Ave It – Link, Bus Commercial – Link, The Way It Is – Link

Next up a nice collaboration track between the Roots and BET Humanitarian award winner, John Legend.

The Roots & John Legend – Our Generation – Link

The-Dream dropped his latest album last week and as always it’s R&B to the fullest. He doesn’t sway away from the high-pitched falsettos so there isn’t really much difference between this and his last 2 albums. Here are my 2 favourite songs off the album, Nikki is getting massive airplay on my iTunes. It’s actually a part 2 for one of the tracks off his first album.

The-Dream - F.I.L.A – Link, Nikki Pt.2 – Link, Yamaha – Link

Aloe Blacc‘s second single dropped earlier this week. It’s a different direction to his first single, Aloe takes on the Velvet Underground classic.

Aloe Blacc - Femme Fatale – Link

Round-up of the rest:

Timbaland – I’m In Love WIth You (feat. Tyson Ritter of All American Rejects) – Link
Sammie – 40 Days 40 Nights – Link
Lonny Breaux - Rocket Love – LInk
- Wrong To Get Right – Link
Kelly Rowland - Each Other (feat. Rico Love) – Link
Shakira – Waka Waka – Link (SUCH A HAPPY SONG)
K. Michelle – Can’t Do This – Link
Lupe Fiasco – Nothin’ On You (feat. Bruno Mars) – Link