I Want You – Floetry My Love (ft Drake) – Majid Jordan War IV Love – Stacy Barthe That’s My Shit (ft T.I.) – The-Dream LaLa – Lucy Pearl Willing & Able (ft Kwabs) – Disclosure Blue – Caron Wheeler Ray Ray Theme (ft Joi) – Raphael Saadiq I Didn’t Mean to Turn You On – Cherrelle Shopping Bags – De La Soul Don’t Understand – Masta Ace & Greg Nice Glory to the Lord (ft R. Kelly) – King Los Changes I’ve Been Going Through – Mary J. Blige Make You Feel that Way – Blackalicious Dance With You (ft Teddy Riley, Clinton Sparks) – Bad Rabbits Let the Horns Blow (ft Fashion, Dres, Phife Dawg, Trugoy) – Chi-Ali B-Boy Document ’99 (ft Mos Def, Skillz) – High & Mighty My Summer Vacation – Ice Cube You Won’t See Me Tonight (ft Aaliyah) – Nas Hip Hop is Dead – Nas Finna Get Loose (ft Pharrell) – Puff Daddy Can’t Feel My Face – The-Weeknd
fuelgood [fyoo-uh lg00 d]: adjective; relating to or promoting an organic, soulful satisfaction; generated by various subgenres of soul diaspora mixed into blends.
This definition quite aptly refers to the latest fuelgood mix from Jay Boogie.
Some choice joints from Rapsody, Hit-Boy, Yancey Boys,Theophilus London, Dwele, House Shoes, Joey Bada$$, SWV, Isaiah Rashad and Robert Glasper are interspersed among vintage material from Quincy Jones, Caron Wheeler, A Tribe Called Quest, Jill Scott, Lalah Hathaway, Joi and a host of others.
This one-off explores the darker side of soul. In the last five years, a handful of new artists have emerged that have been categorized as “doom soul” or “urban emo”, which are really just catchphrases to identify an alternative approach to a familiar sound. The reality is that this sound has always been around and sweet misery brings together this myriad of sounds.