Bekoe Drops His Top 5 Picks Of The Week for March 23rd
Written by Vocalo Radio on March 23, 2020
If you’ve yet to tune in and hear me live Monday – Friday from 10am-2pm. You’re truly missing out, But, no worries. I’ve put together a small list that consists of 5 songs that have turned into my favorite during this week.
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5. Afro Kitty Jones – “Bubbly” (feat. ShowYouSuck)
Chicago native Afro Kitty linked with Chicago OG ShowYouSuck for a bubbly new single filled with fun , and a catchy beat. What I like most about this record is how it’ll help you perfect your whistling skills.
4. Chanelle Truvillion – “Face It”
Chanelle Tru is a multi-talented Chicago artists that raps, sings, dances, and can provide a live performance like no other! Tru’s latest single “Face It” produced by Yayo Productions has a thumping 808 baseline that easily fits Chanelle’s charismatic flow, and unfiltered lyricism that showcases her wild side, and she lands at Number 4 for my Top 5 picks of the week.
3. Mamii – “Nobody”Multi-talented Chicago artist Mamii started writing, playing the guitar, and piano at the age of 15. 3 years later Her vocals are flawless and her latest single “Nobody” captured my attention from the first time I listened. Her melodies and in-sync backup vocals will have you humming her latest tune in no time.
2. Joel Q – “Big Dreaming” (feat. Audrey Valentine)
Chicago is filled with talented lyricist and South Side native Joel Q finds himself dreaming big in a big city full of dreams. His latest single off his album “Crazy Road to Glory” features soothing vocals from Audrey Valentine, and during a time of crisis positivity is key.
1. Mahalia – “What You Did” (feat. Ella Mai) [Cam’ron Remix]
British singer songwriter Mahalia connected with New York OG Camron as well as British singer Elle Mai for an interesting remix titled “What You Did.” This song is a remake based off Camron’s 2002 hit record “Oh Boy” featuring Juel Santana. What I enjoy most about listening to this record is how Mahalia flipped the original record into an R&B jam.
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