Jay Boogie – sweetmisery

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. Tracklisting: 29m

  1. Equestrian – The-Dream
  2. Relax With Me – PARTYNEXTDOOR
  3. To Live & Die (ft Cocaine 80s) – Jhene Aiko
  4. Right For You (ft Banks) – Lil’ Silva
  5. Motivation – Kelly Rowland
  6. U – Majid Jordan
  7. This is What It Feels Like – Banks
  8. Mysterons – Portishead
  9. Sweet Misery – Amel Larrieux
  10. Befriend – Quadron
  11. Looks Good With Trouble – Solange
  12. Trust Issues – DJ Drobitussin
  13. Shut it Down – Pollie Pop
  14. Pony – Ginuwine
  15. Junkie – Poe
  16. Let Me See the Booty – The-Dream
  17. Climax – Usher
  18. Wednesday Night – Drake
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Who Stole the Soul? 4

The latest WSTS instalment features #thatnewnew from Chic, Raheem DeVaughn, Charlie Wilson, Quincy, Jimmy SommervilleTuxedo, Morgan James and Raury along with #thatclassicmaterial heatery.

Tracklisting: 31m

  1. Reversal of a Dog – The LaFace Cartel
  2. Rock Creek Park – The Blackbyrds
  3. Feel U Up – Prince
  4. Action – Orange Krush
  5. I’ll Be There – Chic
  6. Some Wonder – Jimmy Sommerville
  7. Pretty Lady – Raheem DeVaughn
  8. Sugar.Honey.Ice.Tea – Charlie Wilson
  9. Friends – Quincy
  10. Underground – Curtis Mayfield
  11. Get No Lovin’ Tonight – Milton Wright
  12. Say a Prayer for Me – Pebbles
  13. Bug a Boo – Destiny’s Child
  14. Lost Lover – Tuxedo
  15. Can’t You See Me – Roy Ayers
  16. Night in Tunisia – Duke Jordan
  17. Let’s Stay Together – Al Green
  18. Hey, Mr. DJ – Zhane
  19. Bring Yourself to Me – Morgan James
  20. Cigarette Song – Raury

Jay Boogie – Who Stole the Soul? 3

Here’s the latest cloudcast in Jay Boogie‘s (@jay_boogie) Who Stole the Soul? mix series.

WSTS3 features choice cuts of soul spanning from the 80s to the present.

Tracklisting: 32:01

  1. Remy Shand – Take a Message
  2. Mali Music – Beautiful
  3. Maxwell – Cold
  4. Klymaxx – Divas Need Love Too
  5. Quadron – Baby Be Mine
  6. Chante Moore – Old School Lovin’ (The Correct Effect Club Version)
  7. Jhene Aiko – Stay Ready
  8. Dwele – Hold On
  9. Mary Jane Girls – All Night Long
  10. SWV – Right Here (Human Nature Duet)
  11. Kem – Love Calls (Remix)
  12. Zhane – Sending My Love
  13. Mary J. Blige – No One Else
  14. The-Dream – Veteran
  15. Minnie Riperton – Inside My Love
  16. Mary J. Blige & Lauryn Hill – All That I Can Say
  17. Snoh Aalegra – Bad Things ft Common
  18. Ralph Tresvant – Sensitivity
  19. K’La – Blame ft Nas
  20. Keyshia Cole – Give Me More

Jay Boogie – fuelgood, Vol. 5

Tracklisting: 50mins

  1. Bust Shots – Wu-Block
  2. We Don’t Care – Kanye West
  3. More Bounce to The Ounce – Zapp
  4. You Gots to Chill ’97 – EPMD
  5. Letitgo – Prince
  6. Act Like You Know (G.O.A.T. Mix) – Platinum Pied Pipers ft Jay Dee
  7. I Wish – Dwele
  8. Candy Rain – Soul IV Real
  9. Me & U (Ryan Leslie Remix) – Cassie
  10. So Hardcore – Busta Rhymes
  11. Mr. Messed Up – Floetry
  12. Lunch or Dinner – Sunshine Anderson
  13. Return of The Funky Man – Lord Finesse
  14. Crazy – Javier
  15. Never Stop – Brand New Heavies
  16. Back to The Future (Part 1) – D’Angelo & The Vanguard
  17. Work Hard – SlimKid3 & DJ Nu-Mark ft K-Natural
  18. Wet Dreams – J. Cole
  19. Rakim Smile – Skillz & Bink!
  20. Better Off – Quadron ft Kendrick Lamar
  21. Rain is Gone– Frankenstein
  22. 4 Bar Friday – Skyzoo & Torae
  23. Temperature’s Rising – Mobb Deep
  24. Take It Easy – Funkmaster Flex
  25. Kick Your Game – TLC
  26. Bonafide – O.C. ft Jay-Z
  27. Rapid Eye Movement – Pharoahe Monch ft Black Thought
  28. Knicks (Remix) – Freddie Gibbs & Madlib ft Action Bronson, Joey Bada$$, Ransom
  29. Back on The Scene – Slaughterhouse ft Dres
  30. Love Don’t Live Here No More – Ghostface Killah ft Candace Springs
  31. Ready or Not – The Delfonics

Jay Boogie – Rap vs. Hip Hop, 12/31/14

Tracklisting: 32:39

  1. How to Kill God – Apollo Brown & Ras Kass
  2. Lunch Money – Pusha-T
  3. U Looz – PRhyme
  4. Ruckus in B Minor – Wu-Tang Clan
  5. Ante Up (Remix) – M.O.P.
  6. Speak Ya Clout – Gang Starr
  7. When Will They Shoot? – Ice Cube
  8. Battle Drill – Saafir
  9. B-Boy Stance – k-os
  10. Scrabble – Rene Costy
  11. Fuck the Police – Jay Dee
  12. Who Got the Props? (Evil Dee’s Deadly Mix) – Black Moon
  13. I Can’t Wake Up – KRS-One
  14. Microphone Killa – Freeway & Jake One
  15. No. 99 – Joey Bada$$
  16. Back On the Scene – Frankie Cutlass
  17. Scenario (Remix) – A Tribe Called Quest
  18. Appetite for Destruction – N.W.A.
  19. B Side Wins Again – Public Enemy
  20. Let the Rhythm Hit ‘em – Eric B & Rakim

Jay Boogie – Richmond Son

With the release of Black Messiah, I wanted to give folks who aren’t as familiar with @thedangelo a taste of what came before and give fans a nice likkle mix to enjoy.

I have been actually thinking about doing a D’angelo mix for a minute; apropos that BM dropped when it did.

There are a lot of ways this could have gone & there may be more to come but after a PK sesh with the Aerizer, this is how I was feeling.

Dig it.

Tracklisting: 26:24

Ain’t That Easy (Black Messiah, RCA, Dec, 2014)

Me and Those Dreamin’ Eyes of Mine (Brown Sugar, Virgin, July, 1995)

Feel Like Makin’ Love (Voodoo, EMI, January, 2000)

Sugah Daddy (Black Messiah, RCA, Dec, 2014)

Jonz in My Bonz (Brown Sugar, Virgin, July, 1995)

Playa Playa (Voodoo, EMI, January, 2000)

1000 Deaths (Black Messiah, RCA, Dec, 2014)

Smooth (Brown Sugar, Virgin, July, 1995)

Chicken Grease (Voodoo, EMI, January, 2000)

Back To The Future (Part 1) (Black Messiah, RCA, Dec, 2014)

Greatdayndamornin’ (Voodoo, EMI, January, 2000)

Prayer (Black Messiah, RCA, Dec, 2014)

Lady (Brown Sugar, Virgin, July, 1995)