Who’s Ready For A Memorial Day Playlist
It’s Fri-Yay, we made it and this time we have a three day weekend! Memorial Day is filled with music and BBQ food. New Music Friday took over the airwaves with a street album, reggae album and some singles are worth mentioning. Here are a couple jawns that will definitely grace my speakers. Let me know what you think in the comments below:
Jim Jones/Maino – The Lobby Boyz (Slide) They’ve been talking about the collaboration for a while. With the many social posts of them hanging out, whether it was working out or cracking jokes on fellow rapper Fabolous, we knew something epic was brewing. I am happy I was right!
Sean Paul – (Scorcher) While Sean Paul is the King of Summer Bangers, Scorcher felt more commercial. I definitely busted a whine when it came though. I won’t front.
Wale – (The Trip) There isn’t a time where Wale disappoints me. I was hoping for more than a single but understand that it normally takes the masses a bit of time to jump on board with his flow.
Money Bagg Yo – (See What I’m Saying) There hasn’t been a moment where Money Bagg Yo isn’t in a video looking fly and having a ball. From big jewels, exclusive fit and catchy bars, you can’t help but wish you were hanging out with Bagg. I mean at least for the day! If you know, you know!
XXXtentacion X Ye – (True Love) When the chorus breaks, you immediately know why Ye chose this track to express his feelings about his separation from Kim and their children. Daddy’s not gone echos within the woahs that seem to repeat over and over. Not typical BBQ music but it’s the pain in their voices that for me aligns with the pain of loosing a loved one.
Last but not least, Sleepy Hallow – Die Young (Official Video) ft. 347aidan