Listen to new music from Raphael Saadiq, Black Milk and more

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we featured new music from the Australian band Tora, Moodymann, Black Milk, Georgia Anne Muldrow & Declaime, sir Was and more. We also featured two new tracks from Raphael Saadiq’s upcoming album “Jimmy Lee.”

Plus, in the second hour, we put together a little Drum & Bass mix featuring Goldie, Roni Size, Shy FX, High Contrast, LTJ Bukem and more!

Listen to the show below.

Raphael Saadiq



Hugh Masekela – “The Boy’s Doin’ It”
Nate Mercereau – “Zalatwic”
Zero 7 – “Somersault” feat. Sia
GoGo Penguin – “Raven”
sir Was – “No Giving Up”
Raphael Saadiq – “Glory to the Veins” feat. Ernest Turner
Georgia Anne Muldrow & Declaime – “Mages Sages II”
Jesse Boykins III – “Indie Girls” feat. Kilo Kish & Little Simz
Tora & Anna Boi – “Control”
Jacques Greene, Cadence Weapon & Justin Strauss – “Silencio”
Black Milk – “Tyme”
Elderbrook – “Be There Soon”
Moodymann – “Got Me Coming Back Rite Now” feat. Amp Fiddler
Gabriel Garzon-Montano – “Bombo Fabrika (Remix)” feat. Little Simz
Fatima – “Attention Span of a Cookie”


Raphael Saadiq – “So Ready”
Goldie – “Inner City Life”
CLIPZ – “Down 4(Extended Mix)”
DJ Marky & S.P.Y. – “Mystic Sunset”
High Contrast – “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang”
Shy Fx -“Plastic Soul”
Roni Size & Reprazent – “Railing”
LTJ Bukem – “Atlantis (Marky & S.P.Y. Rework)”
Chase & Status – “Love’s Theme”
Ive Mendes – “Nao Vou Fugir (DJ Marky & XRS Mainline Mix)”
Shy Fx – “Raver” feat. Kano, Donae’o & Roses Gabor
YBN – Cordae – “Family Matters” feat. Arin Ray
Chuck Brown & The Soul Searchers – “People Make The World Go Round

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Listen to a special mix from Arabian Prince, founding member of N.W.A.

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On this week’s episode, we had special West Coast electric mix from Arabian Prince, a founding member of the rap group N.W.A. We also featured new music from Chance The Rapper, Ghanian producer Gafacci, Jidenna, Waajeed, YBN Cordae, Nate Mercereau, who produced Lizzo’s big hit “Juice,” and more.

Arabian Prince

For those who aren’t familiar with Arabian Prince, he is a songwriter, rapper, producer, DJ, technologist Pro Gamer and futurist. Arabian is best known for being a founding member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted rap group N.W.A., pioneering west coast electro music and producing the Grammy-nominated #1 hit song “Supersonic.”



Chris Dave and the Drumhedz – “Dat Feelin'” feat. SiR
Laneous – “Nice to See You”
Pieces of a Man – “Listen”
SEED Ensemble – “Afronaut” feat. XANA
Kadhja Bonet – “Tears of Lamont”
Nate Mercereau -“There You Are”
Ash Walker – “Time” feat. Laville
Royce Wood Junior – “January Time”
Pratt & Moody – “Lost Lost Lost”
Kase Avila – “Baby Steps”
Lo Boii – “She Drives Me Crazy”
Aaron Childs – “Tangerine (Channel Tres remix)”
Jidenna – “Sufi Woman”
Gafacci – “Like Water” feat. Amaarae


Chance The Rapper – “Ballin’ Flossin”
-Arabian Prince – OG West Coast Electro Mix-
Waajeed – “Deeper into Blue” feat. Blue Raspberry
TroyBoi – “Do You?”
YBN Cordae – “Wintertime”

Here is the setlist for Arabian Prince’s mix

Panic Zone – N.W.A
Something 2 Dance 2 – N.W.A.
J.J. FAD – Blame it on the Muzick
J.J. FAD – Supersonic Eenie Meenie Beats
J.J FAD – Supersonic
LA Dream Team – Calling on the Dream Team
P Crew – Nasty Rock
Garrett’s Crew – Nasty Rock
Kraftwerk – Tour De France 12 inch
Kano – I’m Ready
Debbie Deb – When I hear Music
Orbit – And the beat goes on
Arabian Prince – Let’s Hit the Beach Darktro Stones Throw Remix
Professor X aka Arabian Prince – Statix
Professor X aka Arabian Prince – Professor X (Saga)
Frauenarzt x Professor X – Professor Bass Czech Remix
Arabian Prince – Innovator Modern Vocoder Remix
Professor X aka Arabian Prince – XPELL
Kraftwerk – Cybernetic Interface
Jive Rhythm Trax -122 BPM
Professor X aka Professor X – Dance MF
Cosmic Crew x Professor X aka Arabian Prince – Electro Empire
Igor RX 15 Beats – 120 BPM
Arcade Funk – Tilt
Formula V – Killer Groove
Jonzun Crew – Pac Jam

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Listen to a performance and interview with Devon Gilfillian

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we had a special performance and interview from Devon Gilfillian. We also featured music from Mayer Hawthorne, Rosie Lowe, Freddie Gibbs & Madlib and more.

Devon Gilfillian / photo credit: Andile Buka

Devon Gilfillian fires twin barrels of gospel-blues and southern soul on his debut EP. Fueled by groove, guitar, and the powerful punch of Gilfillian’s voice, the songs shine a light on a young songwriter who grew up outside of Philadelphia, absorbing everything from the R&B swagger of Al Green and Ray Charles to the rock ‘n’ roll heroics of Jimi Hendrix.

Now based in Nashville, Gilfillian puts a personalized stamp on those childhood influences, rolling them into five original songs that showcase not only his songwriting and singing but also his talent as an instrumentalist. 

Raised by a musical family, Gilfillian grew up singing. He took up the electric guitar at 14 years old, kickstarting a fascination with classic rock and other sounds from an older generation. By the time college rolled around, Gilfillian was playing three-hour shows in a local cover band, performing songs by the Meters one minute and the Beatles the next.

The gigs allowed him to explore the full range of his influences, but Gilfillian wanted to play his own music, too. With that in mind, he moved to Nashville, eager to chase down his own muse. 



Miguel Atwood-Ferfueson & Carlos Ninos – “Suite For Ma Dukes”
Rosie Lowe – “Bird Song”
Jonny Utah – “Honeypie”
Devon Gilfillian – “High”

Live from the Lab with Devon Gilfillian
“Get Out & Get It”
“Here + Now”

Quantic – “Now or Never” feat. Alice Russell
Brijean – “Show and Tell”
Taylor McFerrin – “Georgia”


Yuna – “Fading Flower”
Ibibio Sound Machine – “I Need You to Be Sweet Like Sugar (Nnge Nte Suka)”
Lizzo – “Better in Color”
Chokolate – “Heavy”
Rhye – “Needed”
Mayer Hawthorne – “The Game”
Esperanza Spalding – “Good Lava”
Tyler, the Creator – “IGORS Theme”
Doja Cat – “Tia Tamera” feat. Rico Nasty
Solange – “My Skin My Logo”
Jamila Woods – “FRIDA”
Soil and Pimp Sessions – “A Wheel within a Wheel”
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – “Giannis”
Kaytranada – “The Night Is On My Mind”
Cesaria Evora – “Angola (Carl Craig’s remix)”

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Listen to new music from Sampa The Great, Chicago’s KAINA, A Tribe Called Red and more

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On this week’s episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we featured new music from house music legend Lady Alma, Sampa The Great, Chicago’s KAINA, Moon Boots, Lusine, Georgia Anne Muldrow & Declaime, Jonah Yano, A Tribe Called Red and more.

Jonah Yano, Magic Island, Lady Alma, KAINA, Georgia Anne Muldrow & Declaime, Sampa The Great, Steve Reid, Moon Boots, sir Was



Kelan Philip Cohran & Hypnotic Brass Ensemble – “Cuernavaca”
Jonah Yano – “nervous” feat. BADBADNOTGOOD
Evan Geesman – “Roseberg”
Cosmo Pyke – “Great Dane”
Ebi Soda – “Duhrenger”
Lusine – “Not Alone” feat. Jenn Champion
The Internet – “Special Affair”
count basic – “Gotta Jazz (Richard Dorfmeister Remix)”
Magic Island – “High Note”
Mourning [A] Blkstar – “Anti Anthem Remix”
Sonder – “Too Fast”
Everything is Recorded – “Close But Not Quite”
sir Was – “Deployed” feat. Little Dragon
Werkha – “Dusk” feat. Bryony Jarman-Pinto


Zach Witness – “Keep Faith”
Lady Alma – “Keep It Moving” feat. Mark de Clive-Lowe
ZuluZuluu – “What’s The Price”
Moodymann – “I Got Werk”
Moon Boots – “Tied Up” feat. Steven Klavier
Georgia Anne Muldrow & Declaime – “Where I’m From”
Skinny Pelembe – “I Just Wanna Be Your Prisoner”
Petite Noir – “Blame Fire”
Sampa The Great – “OMG”
A Tribe Called Red – “The OG” feat. Black Bear
Karizma – “Twyst This”
Ben Westbeech & Die – “Get Closer (Lovers Mix)”
Catching Flies – “New Gods” feat. Jay Prince & Oscar Jerome
KAINA – “Green”
Theo Croker – “Just Let It Ride”
Steve Reid – “Nova” feat. The Legendary Master Brotherhood

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Here is your perfect soundtrack for a summer fling

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we celebrated the beginning of summer with a show called “Summer Fling.”

We dug into our crates to play some of our favorite classics from artists like Teena Marie, Isaac Hayes, Baby Huey, The Time, 20th Century Steel Band, The Brothers Johnson, Camille Yarbrough, Mr. Fingers, Inner City, Bobby Caldwell, Soul II Soul and more.



Teena Marie – “Portugese Love”
Camille Yarbrough – “Take Yo’ Praise”
Isaac Hayes – “Ike’s Mood”
Marvin Gaye – “T Play It Cool”
20th Century Steel Band – “Heaven and Hell is On Earth”
S.O.U.L. – “Burning Spear”
Bernard Wright – “Just Chillin’ Out”
The Brothers Johnson – “Stomp!”
Silver Connection – “Fly Robin Fly”
Sly and the Family Stone – “Trip To Your Heart”
Baby Huey – “Hard Times”
Jazzanova – “Flashback(Jazzanova’s Mashed Bag)”


The Time – “Ice Cream Castles”
S.O.S Band – “Take Your Time (Do It Right)”
Yarbrough & Peoples – Don’t Stop The Music”
The O’Jays – “I Love Music”
Ray Barretto – “Acid”
Mr. Fingers – “Can You FeelIt”
Inner City – “Good Life”
Junior – “Mama Used to Say”
Soul II Soul – “Keep On Movin'”
Groove Theory – “Tell Me”
Bobby Caldwell – “Open Your Eyes”

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Mourning [A] BLKstar defines the sound of Afrofuturism

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we featured new music from the Afrofuturistic collective Mourning [A] BLKstar, a collaboration between serpentwithfeet and Ty Dolla $ign, future funk producer Yung Bae, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Percussionist Brijean Murphy (Toro Y Moi, Poolside, U.S. Girls), and more.

Thom Yorke, Mourning [A} BLKstar, Danay Saurez, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Chance The Rapper, serpentwithfeet, Rosie Lowe, Brijean, Yung Bae

One of the highlights of the show was new music from the Cleveland collective, Mourning [A] BLKstar. Fronted by RA Washington, the band describes itself as a multi-generational, gender and genre non-conforming amalgam of Black Culture dedicated to servicing the stories and songs of the apocalyptic diaspora.

They recently released their third album “Reckoning,” which is definitely one of my favorite albums of 2019 so far. Sonically, the album is one of the most diverse, unique and defining releases of the year. Their songs conjures up soul and funk artists like Rotary Connection and Funkadelic as well as the experimental production of the late J Dilla and the future sounds of musicians like Flying Lotus and Solange.



The Stepkids – “The Art of Forgetting”
Mourning [A] Blkstar – “Harlem River Drive OG”
BJ the Chicago Kid – “His Pain” feat. Kendrick Lamar
Sarah White – “Fade (JTodd Remix)”
Meakoom & Bare Beats – “Alone”
Thom Yorke – “Impossible Knots”
Taylor McFerrin – “The Antidote” feat. Nai Palm
Jolly Mare & Stephen Bruner – “Vulnerable People” feat. Rudi Zygadlo
Georgia Anne Muldrow – “Bass Attack Bap”
Mayer Hawthorne – “The Game”
Chance The Rapper – “14,400 Minutes”
Danay – “Individual”
Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Souls of Mischief – “There Is Only Now”
serpentwithfeet – “Receipts” feat. Ty Dolla $ign
James Blake – “Unluck”
Saturn Never Sleeps – “Hearts on Fire”


Jazzanova – “That Night (Vikter Duplaix Remix)”
Brijean – “Show and Tell”
Silk Rhodes – “Face 2 Face”
Seven Davis Jr – “Wild Hearts”
Yung Bae – “You’ve Got Me”
fLako – “Kuku”
Slick Shoota – “Kik”
DJ Rashad – “Get It Shorty”
Africa Hitech – “Out In The Sheets”
Timbah – “Can’t Love Without You (Lean Low Remix)”
Shy FX & T. Power – “Sheets” feat. Noel McCoy
Daedelus – “Fairweather Friend”
Mourning [A] Blkstar – “Harms”
Rosie Lowe – “How’d You Like It”

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Listen to new music from Vagabon, GoldLink, Los Retros and Freddie Gibbs & Madlib

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, UK’s Little Simz stopped by the studio for an interview and a performance before the start of her North America tour.

We also featured new music from Abstract Orchestra’s Madvillain project, G-Funk producer XL Middleton, Australia’s Kaiit, Kindness, Flume, deM atlaS, Plaid, GoldLink, Los Retros, Vagabon and more.

Listen to the show below.

SEED Ensemble, GoldLink, Kaiit, deM atlaS, Little Simz, Los Retros, Vagabon, Abstract Orchestra, XL Middleton
SEED Ensemble, GoldLink, Kaiit, deM atlaS, Little Simz, Los Retros, Vagabon, Abstract Orchestra, XL Middleton



SEED Ensemble – “The Darkies”
Abstract Orchestra – “Meat Grinder”
Hackney Colliery Band – “Ricochet” feat. Dennis ‘Funkybone’ Rollins”
Jordan Rakei – “Mad World”
Kaiit – “Miss Shiney”
XL Middleton – “Wintertime in Cali”
City Girl – “Contour” feat. Christina Shin
-Live From The Lab with Little Simz-
Little Simz – “Offense (Live)”
Little Simz – “Selfish (Live)”
Little Simz – “101 FM (Live)”
Vagabond – “Flood Hands”


Outkast – “Chonkyfire”
The 100 Knights Orchestra – “Soul Fugue”
Abstract Orchestra – “Rainbows”
deM atlaS – “Bad Days Are Over” feat. Atmosphere
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib – “Giannis”
Burial – “Claustro”
Chase & Status – “Bubble” feat. New Kidz
Flume – “Let You Know” feat. London Grammar
Kindness – “Hard To Believe” feat. Jazmine Sullivan
GoldLink – “Spanish Song”
Santi – “RX-64 (The Jungle)” feat. Krisirie
XL Middleton – “I Can’t Get Away” feat. Domino
Los Retros – “Never Have Enough”
Plaid – “Nurula”

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Little Simz talks mental health, London’s music scene and more

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Last week, Rhythm Lab Radio favorite Little Simz stopped by our studio before she kicked off her North America tour for performance and interview. She is touring in support of her latest album “Grey Area.” You can listen to the session on the latest episode of Rhythm Lab Radio. Below you can watch her perform with DJ OTG, and read part of the interview.

Tarik: Your new album is called “Grey Area.” It’s a follow up to your last album, “Stillness in Wonderland.” Can you talk to me, how did you grow as an artist between that album and the new album?

Little Simz: I think I got to a place where I found myself in this area that, I don’t know, everything just felt different this time around, everything. I think I was feeling so many emotions because of me being super ambitious and feeling I’m not where I want to be, but then I look at my peers and I’m thinking should I be doing what they’re doing? It was just a place of pure confusion, and that’s kind of where it started and I got into a studio for a producer called Inflo. He’s also from London; I’ve known him since I was nine, so we already had that chemistry. When we got in the studio, he just kind of pushed me to tell more of my story and more of my truth and let people in a bit more.

Little Simz

Tarik: I read somewhere at age 9 is where you began your musical journey, so what was the inspiration? What did you see, what did you hear to say, “This is what I want to do?”

Little Simz: I’ve always been a performing arts kid, so whatever that’s dance, music, acting, I’ve always been naturally drawn to the career of arts. From 9 years old, you know, I didn’t know this was going to be my life or my career, I just knew that I loved it, and I enjoyed it, and it made me happy, and I was fortunate enough to have a family that encouraged that and helped nurture that talent. By the age of 14, is when I think I discovered that was like, “This is me.” I can’t see myself doing anything else and I end up in Milwaukee.

“I don’t have nothing I need to apologize for, I believe in myself, I believe in my talent”

Tarik: On my show Rhythm Lab Radio, I spin a lot of music from England, specifically from London, and looking from the States, the scene in London from the last couple of years seems to on the rise, especially in hip-hop and jazz. Do you feel that way or has it always kind of been like that?

Little Simz: No, I agree. I think now, especially, I feel like there’s been a shift of some sort. It feels like there’s a lot more eyes on London, on what’s going on over there. The scene is very strong, we have some super great talents that are coming out from there, so it feels great to represent it as well, and me coming to the States and fly the flag, you know?

Tarik: What is the community like?

Little Simz: Everyone kind of knows each other, so it’s literally that strong sense of community. It’s not a problem to just reach out to someone and being like, “Can you help on this?” Or “I’m playing here, can you come out on my show?” Whatever the case is, when it comes to me anyway and doing collaborations, I’ve always felt first and foremost I just want to be fans of the people I’m working with, and I’m a fan of Little Dragon, I’m a fan of Michael Kiwanuka, Cleo Sol, all these people, and because of that I think it’s important to have that relationship, because it shows on the record.

It’s kind of like when we’re on tour, everything that happens offstage is so important because it shows on stage. I think it’s the same with collaborations also, it’s important to have that kind of connection with people.

Tarik: Let’s talk about the the first song you performed for us, “Offence.” What is the  song about? And then talk about the video. It kind of reminded me of A Tribe Called Quest’s “Scenario” video. In the video, you featured young people of color and women in that video. What was the inspiration behind it?

Little Simz: Offense for me was a song that is super unapologetic… I felt sometimes because I’m a woman in my industry, I kind of have to just play that little lady role, and just do my thing on the side. This time around I came back and I was like, “No, I’m not doing that.” Because, why though? You know, I don’t have nothing I need to apologize for, I believe in myself, I believe in my talent, and I just wanted it to be a statement song, and I chose to open my album with that song, just to set a tone. And the video, the video for me, growing up I always watched early Missy Elliott videos, and she always had these kid dancers in it, and I just remember feeling like, “Oh, I wish I could be one of the kid dancers in her videos.” Got older, and kind of envisioned me kind of being the Missy of that finale, if that makes sense?

And dance is something I’ve done since I was young, so I thought it would be cool to incorporate that style into what I’m doing now, and just give kids an opportunity to be a part of something cool.

Tarik: Let’s talk about a little something serious. The song “Therapy” seems to be a very personal song. It seems like it deals with mental health, and emotional stress. In the song “Therapy “you talk about whether or not should you go to therapy or not. Was writing that song actually therapy for something you were really going through?

Little Simz: Yeah, for sure. This whole album was therapy for me in a sense, and I’m so blessed you know, because not everyone has an outlet that they can channel whatever they’re going through. Like some people go through things and then turn to substance abuse or whatever it is and I’m so blessed to have music as my outlet, and even when I was going through what I was going through, I kind of went into the studio with the mind-set of just venting. And through that process I think it was healing, just talking. You know what I mean?

It’s so simple, it’s such a simple concept, but sometimes it’s like the hardest thing to do, and like I said before, getting in with Inflow, he’s someone that just allowed me to not be afraid of the studio, and just kind of see the studio as almost like your bathroom. What you do in your bathroom is the most personal space, you know what I mean? It is though, isn’t it? Just don’t hold back in that sense and just kind of let go and feel free to cry, feel free to make mistakes, feel free to get angry, do whatever you need to do, because it’s all a process, and I come out of it and I’ve created something beautiful that allows me to travel the world and do all these things. It’s almost like I have to go for it, in order to get to Milwaukee.

Tarik: You have had some major artists give you praise. Kendrick Lamar basically said you’re one of the illest doing it right now. You went on tour with some artist named Lauryn Hill. What’s that like? Was it a motivator or was it just, “Oh this is just a daily thing.” Did it move you to work harder?

Little Simz: It’s definitely not a daily thing. It’s definitely not that. Yeah, I think what you said is just fire in my belly, as much as that stuff is great, it’s almost like, “Ah, now I’ve got all these eyes on me, so you better do something good.” But, yeah, it’s just fire in my belly and kind of motivates me into doing more and do better, and they’ve said my name for a reason, so do it then; get to it.

Tarik: Are you going to collaborate with Kendrick or Jay-Z soon?

Little Simz: We’ll see, we’ll see.

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Listen to new music from Rosalia, Flying Lotus, GoldLink, Koffee and more

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we featured new music from Flying Lotus, Skinny Pelembe, Damon Locks Black Monument Ensemble, Chicago duo Dia.L, Rosalia, Sound of Peace, producer Nomvdslvnd and more. Plus we played a few tracks from the compilation “Untitled (18 Artists),” which is inspired by the art of Basquiat and features some of the UK’s brightest artists.

GoldLink, Koffee, Dia.L, Rosalia, Flying Lotus, Nite Jewel, Ekiti Sound, Damon Locks, Wu-Lu



Dwight Trible – “Standing in the Need of Prayer” feat. Mark de Clive Lowe, Miguel Atwood Ferguson, Carlos Ninos & Derf Reklaw
Skinny Pelembe – “My Love Is Burning, Down”
Damon Locks & Damon Locks Black Monument Ensemble – “The Colors That You Bring”
Mia Doi Todd – “My Room Is White (Flying Lotus Remix)”
Dia.L – “Everything is Everything”
Shabaka Hutchings & Kojey Radical – “No Gangster”
YULT – “Inland Empire” feat. Tanya Auclair
dEbruit – “Cri”
Flying Lotus – “The Climb” feat. Thundercat
Sound of Peace – “Helix”
Nite Jewel – “2 Good 2 Be True”
Kelela – “Blue Light”
Wu-Lu, Lex Amor & Ego Ella May – “Legend”
Nomvdslvnd – “Don’t Know How”


Grupo Naidy – “El Botellon(Uproot Andy Remix)”
Rosalia – “Aute Cuture”
Gilles Peterson’s Havana Cultura Band – “La Mulata Abusadora” feat. Telamry & Elain Morales
Pablo Sanchez – “Release Da Freak (Sinbad Remix)”
Koffee – “Blazin” feat. Jane Macgizmo
Ekiti Sound – “Ife”
NO ZU – “Spirit Beat”
DJ Marky & XRS – “LK”
GoldLink – “Joke Ting” feat. Ari Pen-Smith
Marques Martin – “Dinner Date” feat. Kamauu & Brandon Black
Dibiase – “Skullcrack”
Karriem Riggins – “Moogy Foog It”
Thavius Beck – “Ain’t Nothin”
Flying Lotus – “Yellow Belly” feat. Tierra Whack
Moroka, Aj Kwame, Layfullstop – “Broadcast By Chocolate”

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Listen to new music from Jamila Woods, Theo Croker, Ari Lennox, Skepta and more

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On this episode of Rhythm Lab Radio, we featured new music from Jamila Woods, Ari Lennox, Theo Croker, Skepta, Natasha Kmeto, Flying Lotus with Anderson .Paak, Holly Herndon, Blu & Exile, DJ Yoda, Georgia Anne Muldrow and more.

Jamila Woods



Toshio Matsuura Group – “I Am The Black Gold of The Sun”
Theo Croker – “Understand Yourself” feat. Chronixx
Moon Boots – “Keep The Faith” feat. Nic Hanson
Lili K – “Right Here” feat. Klassik
Ari Lennox & J. Cole – “Shea Butter Baby”
Logic – “Lost In Translation
Nilufer Yanya – “Hey”
Fatima – “La Neta”
DJ Yoda – “Thornton Heath” feat. Omar
Jamila Woods – “FRIDA”
Georgia Anne Muldrow – “When The Fonk Radiates”
Little Simz – “Selfish” feat. Cleo Sol
Combo Chimbita – “El Camino”
DJ Skizz – “SuperFly” feat. Starker & YL


Donald Byrd – “Stepping Into Tomorrow”
Skepta – “Bullet From A Gun”
Haviah Mighty – “Blame”
Blvck Spvde – “A Toast To The Quiet Life” feat. Bianca Fitzpatrick, Naaji Person & Zado
Blu & Exile – “True & Livin’”
Flying Lotus – “More” feat. Anderson . Paak
Romare – “Rainbow”
Utah Jazz & Alex Reece – “Everything is Everything”
Niia – “Face”
Quantic – “You Used To Love Me” feat. Denitia
Sterfry – “Confused”
Nite Jewel – “2 Good 2 Be True”
Natasha Kmeto – “Versus”
Holly Herndon – “Frontier”
Teebs – “Why Like This?”

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