My Current Playlist

I’m back and it’s been a while since I shared with you my current favourites. I thought I’d give you all an update with the tracks that I’ve been listening to over the last couple of months. So here they are, my top four tracks in my current playlist. No Stylist  – French Montana, Drake … Read more »

by ChanelMcKenzie 2 years ago

I’m back and it’s been a while since I shared with you my current favourites. I thought I’d give you all an update with the tracks that I’ve been listening to over the last couple of months. So here they are, my top four tracks in my current playlist.

No Stylist  – French Montana, Drake 

The collaboration by the two American artists has been cleverly done. The production of the track is what stands out most to me and the catchy lyrics that coincide with it. The repetitive chorus is something that can stick in your head from morning to night. 

Pretty Girl – Stefflon Don, Tiggs Da Author

Inspired by the reggae classic ‘Tuck In U Belly’ by Lef Side & Esco, Stefflon Don puts her own touch on the song with artist Tiggs Da Author. Still keeping the reggae culture throughout, Stefflon Don created a whole different story and concept of the piece. This is one that is always on full blast in my car!

FLEXiBle  – Tory Lanez, Chris Brown, Lil Baby 

It is only very recently that American artist Tory Lanez has dropped his latest album ‘LoVE me NOw’. After listening to the album, I was so impressed and FLEXiBle was the track that stood out most to me – especially due the feature of Chris Brown! The production of the whole album itself is a masterpiece. 

Pour Me Another One  – Krept & Konan, Tabitha

Krept & Konan have always been in my top ten favourite artists and this song definitely did not change that. Tabitha, from the garage duo ‘Sweet Female Attitude’, added the female vocals for this track. Krept & Konan have always had a way with their lyrics and this is something I have always appreciated when listening to them over recent years. 

So there you have my top four tracks and what are currently sitting at the top of my playlist. I’ll be sure to let you know if and when others take their place. But for now, go have a listen!