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Saturday, 23 April 2011


The playlist of our favourite songs this week. 'Side A' features some latest cuts, while the classics make the 'B Side'.


FOO FIGHTERS-I SHOULD HAVE KNOWN.: Among the groups best work on their latest and one of their greatest albums ('Wasting Light'). Critics who wrote them off should have known better. This and they are the best.

TANK-CELEBRATION Feat DRAKE: Tank pops bottles with Drake as he celebrates one of his best albums to date with a scorcher of a smooth single, expect Tank's career sailing to feel the same.

GINUWINE-HEAVEN: Tank isn't just out for himself, here he produces a gem for TGT partner Ginuwine, and it's another classic to add to the G man's discography. Same ole G.

LUDACRIS-FURIOUSLY DANGEROUS: Luda not only acts up in 'Fast Five' (which opened this weekend), he also acts a fool and gives the soundtrack one of his best efforts. Not only has he been missed from this franchise, he's been missed off the airwaves.

SNOOP DOGG-I DON'T NEED NO BITCH: Never has disrespect, been so well received. Respect for one of raps older, more legendary artist who's still got it.


TYRESE-ONE: Keeping with the 'Fast & Furious' and TGT theme, Ty's dedication off his testimonial album 'Alter Ego' is an R&B track that even Usher, Ne-Yo or even R. Kelly would kill to have sung..

JA RULE-LIFE AINT A GAME: Another track that's synonymous with the words 'Fast' and 'Furious', from the first soundtrack Ja's cameo was good...this was better...

JOE BUDDEN-PUMP IT UP: ...and from '2 Fast 2 Furious' Budden really pumped the gas and put his fut down on an adrenaline fuelling classic.

FOO FIGHTERS-STILL: In their honor (pun intended). Let's select a classic Foo's track to go with the times, but with all the great songs how do you pick one? Answer you don't, still this one is as atmospheric and as deep as it gets. 'Still'.

LIL' WAYNE-JOHN: With the best that new singles have to offer, Weezy F. Baby sends out a 'Dear John' dedication that is hip-hop to the letter. TIM DAVID HARVEY.

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