MNEK’s At Night Jamz
Grammy-nominated MNEK takes time out from working with some of pop’s biggest super stars to curate a playlist of his favourite jamz.
Published: 6:14 pm, June 24, 2016
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I love music, you love music, we all love music! So because of this, in conjunction with my new single ‘At Night (I Think About You)’, I've made a playlist of the stuff my ears are enjoying right now I call the ‘At Night Jamz’ playlist.
Ray BLK - My Hood
Ray is so talented. I grew up with her in this hood she sings about (Catford, SE6!). So sick to see her doing her thing and making bangers while at it.
Janet Jackson - Empty
Honestly one of the most forward thinking pieces of music ever. And Velvet Rope!
Becky Hill & Little Simz - Back to My Love
Two of my favourite women in music together on a track - couldn't ask for more really!
Alicia Keys - In Common
The Afrobeats vibes and lyrics and everything on this is too sick!
Black Box - Everybody Everybody
One of my favourite dance tunes from ‘Dreamland’, my favourite dance album of the 90s. Martha Wash is queen.
Jorja Smith - Blue Lights
Such a talented young girl with a beautiful voice and an amazing spirit.
Yuna - Lanes
I love a tune with fun chords and vocals that just sit right in the mix. I heard this song on the radio and my ears instantly pricked up.
INOJ - Love You Down
I love the Miami bass elements in this tune and also the juxtaposition of the sad tune with a dance beat.
SG Lewis - Yours
This is incredible. Raye is singing on the song but it's pitched down to sound cool and edgy and it worked; I love it!
dvsn - Too Deep
One of my favourite songs in a while. I loved the 90s R&B choir of vocals around it with this really sensual lead male vocal almost being the conductor of the song.
MNEK’s single ‘At Night (I Think About You)’ is out now.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
Give all this a try
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