Jill Hopkins’ Top In Rotation Tracks For February
Written by Vocalo Radio on February 18, 2021
Jill Hopkins breaks down her favorite In Rotation songs for February. See what she had to say and stream In Rotation below…
Jamal Science – “The Heavens“
Jamal Science wrote this one for the culture, for Chicago. As much as I hate that the circumstances that contribute to this kind of police misconduct still exist, I’m so glad we have voices like Jamal’s to express how we’re all feeling.
Manny Torres – “I Still Stand“
Manny Torres, if you’re reading this, thank you. I needed this message today. It’s been a rough one, but the reminder to get back up again is much appreciated. This song has a very movie soundtrack feel. It wants to be in the trailer to the Denzel Washington/John David Washington film I’ve been hoping Spike Lee would make for a long time.
Sadé Eboné – “Heading“
Nothing but good vibes here. A slice of bright, danceable optimism from a singer who has just as bright a future. If the Dora Milaje had a mixtape they played getting right for battle, this would definitely be Track 1.
Andreaus Haley – “Love Me“
There are a couple of feet of snow out there, so tell me why this song makes me want to get into a drop top and cruise Lake Shore Drive? The sample, the beat, the bars, all tough. I will still love this song when my summer jam playlist gets made, I’ll tell you that right now.
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