I stand here invisible to the crowd,
I know they are hearing me, but they can’t see me,
I am not their vision of a hip hop poet and lyricist,
I guess I need to rid myself of this clown suit, no jokes.
Welcome to my weekly playlist with great songs that fill my day, inspire me and I rock out to on my ipod. Check them out.
1. Work Hard, Play Hard – Wiz Khalifa
2. Hammer Dance – Slaughterhouse
3. House Party (remix) – Meek Mill, Fabolous, Wale, Mac Miller
4. I Don’t Like (remix) – Chief Keef, Kanye West, Pusha T, Big Sean, Jadakiss
5. Unnecessary – Childish Gambino
6. This Time – Melanie Fiona, J. Cole
7. Burn It Down – Linkin Park
8. Ray Bands – B.o.B
—– GREAT ARTISTS, YOU MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT—–
1. Unsung Hero – Kennie Dubb
2. La La – Pryme City
3. Golden Girl – J. Stylez
4. Instagram – Destorm
5. Killers – Dumbfoundead
6. Current Event – Phony Ppl
7. MILF – DyMe-A-DuZin
8. Need – Wax
STAY TUNED – EVERY WEEK to FIND OUT, other great NEW/OLD SONGS and ARTISTS
The Creative Nemesis
Its funny how the music industry has switched over to a new format of releasing music but adapt some old school essentials such as dropping a mixtape or a EP (extended play) album to develop their presence and fan followship. Not too long ago everyone was trying to get signed to a major label, but now a days people just go the Indie or D.I.Y. (Do It Yourself) method. Well even though I “Jixi” has been in the studio working on my official debut album for years, lately I have been fine tuning and shaping the tracks and the content and voice of the music. Its quite an exciting feeling knowing I am really taking things serious and there are no other project more important than it this time around.
To see the footage of Jixi in studio and behind the scenes, look out for “Behind the Scenes with Jixi” on YouTube and WordPress every Sunday.
So everyone be excited, the music is soon here.
To be continued…
Thanks for reading.
- December’s best new music from across the MAP (guardian.co.uk)
- Song of the Day: Wild Nothing ‒ Golden Haze (kexp.org)
- Best Music From Around The World – December M.A.P. (35 songs from 35 countries) (swedesplease.net)
- Jay’s 2011: A Year in (P)Review (obscuresound.com)