Back at it like a crack addict with round two of #SpotiFriday. Last week we set shit off with a weekly segment that showcases creative spotify playlists. There’s nothing new this time around, more playlists, more heat.
Stax Samples by Brad McCormick
Let’s take it back to the classics…To jump this week off, we start it off with the classics that made your favorite joints your favorite joints. From Isaac Hayes and Otis Redding to The Dramatics and Booker T & The MG’s, these Stax artists were the blueprint of Southern Soul and also the building blocks for some of rap’s classic joints.
The Rocafella Years by Def Jam Records
Def Jam has put together a string of dope spotify playlists. This one is a good collection of joints from the Rocafella artists featuring everyone from Jay and ‘Ye to Free and the Young Gunners (even Bleek makes an appearance).
High School High (Fall ‘93-Summer ‘97) by Noah Callahan-Bever
Pretty much a highlight of everyone’s my cassette tape collection from seventh grade through my first year in college.
A Brief Guide to Understanding Native Tongue by Birgitta Bellman
The title pretty much sums it up. 40 joints of all things Native, from Tribe and JB’s, Now i hate to be the one to complain about free music, but where the fidduck are the De La joints?
Breaking Bad - The Comprehensive Collection (Season 1-5) by Chris Hill
All the music that’s fit to cook a batch of meth to.