Friday, 25 November 2011
TAPE DECK SHUFFLE
The playlist of our favourite songs this week. 'Side A' features some latest cuts, while the classics make the 'B Side'.
MARY J. BLIGE & DRAKE-MR. WRONG: This just could be the duet of the year, like Rihanna and Drizzy's 'What's My Name' last year. You know what it is.
WALE Feat BIG SEAN-SLIGHT WORK: Last years best rap newcomer and this years one get to work over some cool police sirens.
TYRESE-STAY: Number one album, number one single. Number one guy.
PUSHA T-ALONE IN VEGAS: Glossy and gritty, like the video, like the city.
DRAKE-LOOK WHAT YOU'VE DONE: Sampling the late, great Static Major of Playa Drake shows love and respect with a deep hit from the heart.
PLAYA-CHEERS TO YOU: Speaking of Static and Playa this is a classic.
GRANDMASTER FLASH-WHITE LINES (DON'T, DON'T DO IT): This Grandmaster was a Flash in Liverpool last week with this classic and more.
QUEEN-ANOTHER ONE BITES THE DUST: Flash played this too and even though Freddie Mercury has been gone 20 years this song, him and more still reign supreme.
INXS-NEW SENSATION: Michael Hutchence has also been gone 14 years but his legacy is still alive. "Live baby live".
MICHAEL HUTCHENCE-LET ME SHOW YOU: The man himself. Rest in peace. TIM DAVID HARVEY.