Neville Sigauke and I finally managed to have a live conversation! This episode is a catch up from our last interview in 2018. Neville is a Rapper and Artist who was born and raised in different parts of Zimbabwe and now lives in South Africa. Growing up in different...
This is the last Playlist of 2018 and boy, what a year! There was so much amazing music released this year, that it was hard to keep up, even for me.
If you want to read a very good summary of this year’s greatest releases (while listening to my playlist 😉 go over to my girl Wanja Lange’s (from THHH Podcast Episode 3) page istillloveher.de and check out her article “Best Albums of 2018“.
I love this month’s playlist so much and been playing it all day for the past weeks. Two songs I want to particularly point out and absolutely randomly both of them have to do with Brazil. Just listen to these two and you’ll see why!
One is Fabriccio’s song Amor e som which samples Erykah’s track Didn’t you know from her classic Mama’s Gun (need I say more):
Another song I want to point out is by Ill Camille and called Sao Paulo. I have just recently learned of Ill Camille and love her laid-back style. I couldn’t agree more with the following description of her:
The consistent blah-blah-blah of the mumble rap crowd, mixed with those deft lyricist and songwriters who keep us grooving seem to be everywhere. Only one, Ill Camille, the Compton-born, Los Angeles-and-Inland Empire-raised rapper + songwriter, has the innate gift of giving the ears exactly what they want. The “Jane-of-all-trades” caught my attention when she tweeted new work in the form of “São Paulo,” which would feature her alongside two of our faves: Rose Gold+ TDE‘s co-president Punch.
Enjoy this music and have a stressful last month of the year, enjoy the holidays and see you next year!
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