Listen to new music from Earthgang, Travis Scott, Benjiflow and Ama Lou

Listen to new music from Earthgang, Travis Scott, Benjiflow and Ama Lou

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Rhythm Lab Radio, Earthgang, Georgia

We featured music from Earthgang, Georgia, Ama Lou, Benjiflow, Shaqdi, Nnamdi Ogbonnaya, and more.



The Cinematic Orchestra – “Ode To The Big Sea”
Magic Drum Orchestra – “Humble”
Hot 8 Brass Band – “Love Will Tear Us Apart”
Nas – “Bonjour”
Earthgang & Arin Ray – “Stuck”
Andy Compton presents Blue Dream – “Falling In Love”
Roni Griffith – “Mondo Man (12” Version)”
Leonie Pernet – “African Melancholia”
Nnamdi Ogbonnaya – “hOney On the lOw” feat. mOlly MallOy
Georgia – “Started Out”
Kilo – “Candid”
Ama Lou – “Wire”
Fabich – “Overtime” feat. James Vickery
BenjiFlow – “Deep End”


Underworld – “Born Slippy (Nuxx)”
Georgia – “Mellow” feat. Shygirl
Nonames – “Dads and Mums” feat. Roachee and Killa P (Chimpo Duppy)”
Flowdan – “Shell A Verse”
Kelela & DJ Lag – “DJ LAG_ONANON_127 BPM (DJ Lag Remix)”
Jerome Hadey – “Tomorrow” feat. RZA
Peggy Gou – “It Makes You Forget (I:Cube Remix)”
Spiders Webb – “I Don’t Know What’s On Your Mind (Special 12” Disco Mix)”
Sly5thAve – “Let Me Ride (Stro Elliot Remix)” feat. Jimetta Rose
Willie West & The Soul Investigators – “I Just Can’t Leave You Alone”
Poetic Thrust – “Salty”
Rich Jones & J. Kelr – “Dreaming” feat. Nnamdi Ogbonnaya & Kenny Keys
Travis Scott – “Coffee Bean”
Shaqdi – “Obivous”

88Nine Radio Milwaukee

On last week’s show, we featured new music from Peggy Gou, Hot 8 Brass Band, producer Georgia, Ama Lou, Nnamdi Ogbonnaya,  Jerome Hadey featuring RZA, and more. We also featured a very unique cover of Kendrick Lamar’s Humble from the Magic Drum Orchestra.

In the first hour, we played new music from the rising Atlanta duo Earthgang that definitely reminds me of another famous duo known as Outkast. They are currently signed to J. Cole’s label, Dreamville. They also will be releasing one of 2019’s most anticipated hip-hop albums titled, “Mirrorland.” You can watch at the end of this article performing the first single, “Up.”

We also featured several tracks from the compilation, “For Discos Only: Indie Dance Music From Fantasy & Vanguard Records (1976–1981).” The compilation pulls killer tracks from respected and influential independent record labels on opposite coasts—San Francisco’s Fantasy Records and New York City’s Vanguard Record.

Listen to the show below.