1. Joyner Lucas & Will Smith – Will (Remix)
2. Wasp ft Vybz Kartel – Vybz Kartel Gmix 2020
3. Pop Smoke – Aim For The Moon ft. Quavo
4. Pop Smoke – Dior
5. Jack Harlow – WHATS POPPIN
6. Roddy Ricch – Bacc Seat ft. Ty Dolla
7. Rod Wave – Heart On Ice
8. Rvssian, Anuel AA, Juice WRLD – No Me Ame
9. Pop Smoke – What You Know Bout Love
10. Roxanne – Arizona Zervas
12. DaBabyROCKSTAR FT RODDY RICCH
13. Pop Smoke – Mood Swings ft. Lil Tjay
14. Pop Smoke – Something Special
15. Stalk Ashley – Young
16. Chris Brown & Young Thug – Go Crazy
17. Rvssian, Shenseea & Swae Lee – IDKW
18. Shenseea – Sure Sure
19. Kodak Black – ZEZE (feat. Travis Scott & Offset)
20. Roddy Ricch – High Fashion
21. Jada Kingdom – Win
22. Pop Smoke – The Woo ft. 50 Cent, Roddy Ricch
23. Stefflon Don – Move
24. Tory Lanez – Jerry Sprunger feat. T Pain
25. Rotimi – In My Bed ft. Wale
26. Hailee Steinfeld – I Love You’s
27. Pop Smoke – For the Night ft. DaBaby & Lil Baby
28. Trevor Daniel – Falling
29. Cardi B – WAP feat. Megan Thee Stallion
30. Drake – Laugh Now Cry Later ft. Lil Durk
1. Joyner Lucas & Will Smith – Will (Remix)
Felt a bit nostalgic doing this one. In this volume of Shell Down, I decided to feature some tracks that I listened to in Primary School (for some of you, High School) from the late 90’s & early 2000’s that include some Soft Rock, Alternative, Pop and More!
Play, Like, Share & Download. Happy Quarantining!
Platinum selling producer Toddla T joins forces with Jamaica songstress Jada Kingdom resulting in a love song like no other.
Heralded as ‘Jamaica’s voice of pain’ and freshly signed to Diplo’s Mad Decent record label, Jada has taken the island by storm, recently achieving both #1 and #2 spots on the YouTube trending chart.
For Toddla T, entering a new season of his life both professionally and personally, the essence of ‘Happy Place’ is inadvertently spot on.
TODDLA T says “It’s quite timely where I’m at in my life right now with a new chapter in many ways not just professionally but with family and my mental state, I truly am in a happy place; so the timing is unintentionally correct, natural vibes!
I’ve been a fan of Jada for a long time. We finally got together at my West London studio last year and wrote the song from scratch with Adrian McLeod, it flowed so easily. I love the sentiment of the song, it’s a beautiful message and the chords compliment that.”
JADA KINGDOM adds “Toddla has great vision musically and he’s been supporting me from day one so it was a natural fit when we got in the studio to make music. Hopefully one day I will be able to understand his accent!”
Yohan Marley, son of Stephen “Ragga” Marley is writing another chapter in Jamaican music with his foray into Reggae inspired music with a global fusion.
Friday Sept 4th, teaming up yet again with his brother Jo Mersa Marley; he released his new single “Brickell (When Tears Fall)” produced by Karloff. A modern R&B/Pop infused single capturing the feel of South Miami’s city lights, streets and vibrant culture in particular in the famous “Brickell” Downtown center. This is the brothers second collaboration since their release “Burn it Down”.
After a slew of collaborations earlier this year, exciting London-based artist Alicai Harley is back with her new single ‘I Just Wanna Know’, out today via Parlophone.
Sampling R&B classic ‘Leaving (Always On Time Part II)’ by Ashanti, ‘I Just Wanna Know’ sees Alicai channeling a new energy to her previous singles, paying homage to the original track’s early noughties vibe.. Throughout the track, Alicai makes smooth transitions between singing and rapping, the latter of which is a nod to the artist’s earlier music days and a testament to her versatility as an artist.
Speaking about ‘I Just Wanna Know’, Alicai muses, “this song reminds me of my younger self… back when I was rapping. That’s what I wanted to bring back. And it’s touching on real subjects, on a real relationship. I wanted this to feel like my own version of 50 Cent’s ‘21 Questions.’”
A romantic visual starring Alicai in tinged blue and pink-tinged silky backdrops respectively, the video for the track sees her caressing her significant other and writing in her notebook as she muses on the dilemmas of her relationship.
‘I Just Wanna Know’ marks her first official single release of 2020, following collaborations throughout the year. Her most recent was a killer verse on the official remix for M.I.A & Cadenza’s fire tune ‘Up Inna’ alongside rapper BEAM, which followed collabs with Afro-Dancehall superstar Stonebwoy (‘Understand’), dance music legend DJ Zinc (‘Bubble’) and respected producers Jim Ouma (‘Kids’).
Alicai Harley first broke through with ‘Gold’, an irresistible slice of summer which was heavily supported by an array of tastemakers, including Seani B, DJ Target, Sian Anderson, Mistajam, Toddla T, David Rodigan, Trevor Nelson, and Charlie Sloth across BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra. Across Capital Xtra, she has garnered support from Robert Bruce, Rad Kwame, Manny Norte, Tim Westwood, Yinka and Shayna Marie amongst others. She also recently made a number of incredible virtual performances across Notting Hill Carnival weekend, at events hosted by BBC Radio 1Xtra and Island Records.
Showing the range and depth of her musical talents, Alicai Harley is a UK artist destined for the top.