Vibes of the Week – List 2

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Hello. Hi. Aloha.

Hope you have all been keeping safe out there and drinking copious amounts of cleaning products to stay healthy. This new age fantastic treatment was recommended by Donald Trump and we all know how smart that guy is.

Additionally, putting aside the fact Boris Johnson  has no idea what he’s waffling about himself during speeches, he did somehow manage to find a hairbrush this week which I guess was a positive step in itself. Some small reason for optimism on the horizon as the lockdown chains are being loosened slightly.

Anyways, here is my list of vibes from the past week.

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1) REASON – Pop Shit ft. ScHoolboy Q
I’m a simple man, I see something TDE related and I click it. They really been doing the most over this past month. I’m here for it. 

 

2) Saint Bodhi – FlowerChild
Ever so often the algorithm powers bless you with something sweet, this is one of those discoveries. Vibe. Vibe. Vibe. You’re welcome.

 

3) Thundercat – Them Changes
Something a little funky for your soul. Okay, it’s a lot funky. Let that bassline caress your ear drums. 

 

4) James Blake – Mile High ft Travis Scott and Metro Boomin
Who was the highest in the room… James or Travis? If you originally missed this collaboration, here you go. 

 

5) SZA – Sobriety
The only thing that upsets me about this song is that it isn’t on Spotify. Again you are welcome, I’ll hit you with my invoice shortly. 

 

And thats it. Catch you next time.

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