The Healer Hip Hop Playlist December 2018

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 ūüėČ go over to my girl Wanja Lange’s (from THHH Podcast Episode 3) page istillloveher.de and check out her articleBest 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 ‚ÄúJane-of-all-trades‚ÄĚ caught my attention when she tweeted new work in the form of ‚ÄúS√£o Paulo,‚ÄĚ which would feature her alongside two of our faves:¬†Rose Gold+¬†TDE‚Äės co-president¬†Punch.

Kevito

Author at Okayplayer

Enjoy this music and have a stressful last month of the year, enjoy the holidays and see you next year!

Xxx, Ana 

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Also, I felt for some old-school Soul Music – or is it middle school? – by Georgia Anne Muldrow, Frank Ocean and my dearest Erykah Badu.

I want to point out ‘Run Away’ by Georgia Ann Muldrow in particular by sharing the video and lyrics:

 

 

Another song I want to point out is by Ayilla, an artist I connected with on IG. Let me know what you guys think, but I love it!

 

So until next month, enjoy some good music and some bubble baths…Be safe!
Xxx, Ana

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Also on this month’s playlist are my Podcast guest¬†Aaron Taylor and upcoming guest Giwha. I probably added too many Daniel Caesar songs this month, but again, I couldn’t decide! His new album is too dope and with too many other great artists H.E.R. and Syd, so now you know ūüôā
I listened to both songs on my long walks trough the park of the health clinic where I’ve stayed for four weeks to recover from my recent kidney transplant surgery.

I loved listening to the latest release by the extremely gifted German singer/ rapper/ producer Billheincock – Dealer. To show you his live talent I also added the video of a live perfomance on here.

Lil Wayne has finally released Tha Carter V on his birthday September 28, and there are a few songs I put on the list. I used to be a huge Weezy fan ca 2007 and am glad he finally came around with another good album.

 

Finally, there are two more songs I want to emphasize: The funny and upbeat ‘Lidl’ by UK/ Nigerian artist Afrikan Boy, which I loved walking/ dancing to through the park and “Erinner mich” by the upcoming German soul singer Rola, because it’s got a beautiful soulful vibe to it that helped me calm down because healing can get exhausting at times…

See you next month!

Xxx, Ana