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    An isolated 4/20 calls for good company. Here’s what we’re listening to all of 4/20

    YUSSEF KAMAAL – BLACK FOCUS

    A vital jazz release from the duo Keyboardist Kamaal Williams and Drummer Yussef Dayes, an ode to present‑day London.

    MARVIN GAYE – LET’S GET IT ON
     

    A quintessential classic Soul, R&B album.

    MAC MILLER – BLUE SIDE PARK

    The debut album by Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller, inspired by his childhood.

    KAYTRANADA – 99.9%

     Montreal Producer Kaytranada’s debut album featuring skilful Hiphop, funk and house chops.

    SiR – CHASING SUMMER 

    Every man’s romantic, SiR with his sophomore album featuring Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, Sabrina Claudio, Smino on oozy well‑constructed R&B songs.

    FLYING LOTUS – FLAMAGRA

    27‑tracks of Flying Lotus goodness, featuring Solange, Toro Y Moi, Anderson.Paak

    YUSEF LATEEF – EASTERN SOUNDS

    This multi‑instrumentalist’s pan‑cultural approach to a Jazz album.

    GREENTEA PENG – RISING 

    Rhythms and Flows of this UK artistes’ inner battles, ranging from R&B to Dub.

    NOTORIOUS BIG – READY TO DIE

    Biggie Small’s 1994 debut album, an unrivalled piece of rap history.

    JIMI HENDRIX -BOLD AS LOVE

     An iconic rock album by the deity himself, an unexpected introduction to Psychedelic tunes.

    DEAD PREZ – LET’S GET FREE

     The rap record built around the politics of liberation by MCs M‑1 and stic.man. You won’t hear this on the radio.

    DJ KOZE – KNOCK KNOCK

    German Electronic Artist’s downtempo album featuring Jose Gonzalez, Roisin Murphy, Sophie Kennedy and more

    KENDRICK LAMAR – GOOD KID M.A.A.D CITY

    A straightforward, brilliant album by Compton rapper Kendrick Lamar.

    THUNDERCAT – IT IS WHAT IT IS

    Stephen Thundercat Bruner’s jazz‑infused meditation on life and death after losing a close friend, Mac Miller

    HERBIE HANCOCK – HEAD HUNTERS

    Herbie Hancock’s jazz funk masterpiece.

    RAVEENA – SHANTI

    A lush EP by Indian‑American singer Raveena.

    CLEO SOL – ROSE IN THE DARK 

    British‑Soul at its best, an ode to 70’s jazz and 90’s Neo‑soul.

    J DILLA – MULTIPLE ALBUMS

    The late Detroit Hip Hop legend with a reputation built around his unforgettable beats. Donuts, Welcome 2 Detroit & his conquests with Slum Village to name a few.

    CYPRESS HILL – BLACK SUNDAY

    The second studio album by West‑coast Hip Hop group Cypress Hill.

    ROY AYERS UBIQUITY – EVERYBODY LOVES THE SUNSHINE

    Roy Ayers’ 14th Album ‑ a mellow, jazzy, groove‑infused record.

    MADLIB & FREDDIE GIBBS – BANDANA

     A limitless collaboration between a straight‑shooting rapper and an eccentric producer.

    IAMDDB ‑ HOODRICH VOL.3

    A trap album with hints of soul and jazz by Manchester Rapper and Singer IAMDDB.

    D’ANGELO – MULTIPLE ALBUMS

    Modern Soul icon D’Angelo has many notable albums to his name ‑ Brown Sugar, Voodoo, Black Messiah to name a few.

    DR DRE + ATCQ – MULTIPLE ALBUMS


    Welcome to the Dre and Q‑Tip appreciation society.

    TERRACE MARTIN, ROBERT GLASPER, KAMASI WASHINGTON & 9TH WONDER – DINNER PARTY

     The self‑title MD cross‑over album from the supergroup ‘DinnerParty’.

    DAS EFX – HOLD IT DOWN

     The third album by East‑coast Hip Hop duo Das Efx featuring production by Pete Rock, DJ Premier & Easy Mo Bee

    KHRUNANGBIN – HASTA EL CIELO

     A dub‑infused version of Con Todo El Mundo , a take on this Houston Band’s funky global sound.

    KHRUANGBIN – THE UNIVERSE SMILES UPON YOU

    All grooves and all guitars, Khruangbin’s debut hypnotising album.

    YAZMIN LACEY – MORNING MATTERS 

     A soulful EP by the UK vocalist, laid back and graceful featuring UK jazz kingpins Moses Boyd, Ife Ogunjobi, Femi Koleoso.