Today’s Jam of the Day on Da Gas Block is: Buddy x Kent Jamz – She Think; a record about a new mystery women who claims to have fell in love with Los Angeles collaborators Buddy & Kent Jamz.
Buddy opens verse one by letting the listeners know he has a beautiful woman, who is infatuated with him even though he has options (In women that is). Kent elaborates about how his previous woman wants more space, meanwhile Kent is enjoying his sexual escapades in the spirit of D’Angelo’s “Voodoo”.
Today’s Jam of the Day on Da Gas Block is: Pip Millett – June; a record centered around reminiscing on the bittersweet qualities of the past.
Pip expresses herself boldly when she says, “I’ll persist and let you know just how it goes, I know you won’t remember, I know”, further highlighting Pips amazing skill of painting lyrics with a strong yet gentle grace of reality for the listeners.
The UK songstress is on the rise as she continues to build fans across the world with her singer Neo Soul style. June is produced by Charlie J Perry.
Today’s Jam of the Day on Da Gas Block is: Emotional Oranges – West Coast Love. A story about love that opens in the backyard of a house party, further advancing to: a park, a drop top vehicle, fireworks in the sky, and enjoying adult beverages a lover.
West Coast Love is the vibe you didn’t know, that was needed in your life. So, for all the loving people in the world this is an uptempo record that you can enjoy alone or within the company of the special someone in your life.
West Coast Love is produced by Azad Naficy & Yonatan Ayal (Both producers did a great job).
Today’s Jam of the Day on Da Gas Block is: Bama White – Stoners Ditty; an anthem from White’s latest album Smoke The World. The record opens with a rising intro melody, that transcends into a catchy chorus by Bama White, that displays what a stoners process is before elevating their senses.
Easily, setting up White to jug over the beat, like when he said, “I don’t care what you believe in, if it ain’t what I believe in” or “Please don’t come around my way, tryna tell me what you get/ When you shop with somebody else, then go shop with somebody else.” Stoner Ditty is produced by Keyhood, and it is the marked as track 17 on Smoke The World.
Check out Bama White – “Stoners Ditty” & “Smoke The World” (Album) below:
Today’s Jam of the Day on Da Gas Block is: Jahn Dough – On Point; from the critically acclaimed album Obsidian. The record opens with a barrage of transparent bars about being flawed while still moving forward in faith. And, that can prove difficult for many, when they have to emulate the strength of a gladiator standing tall in a coliseum (The coliseum being representative of challenges they face in everyday life).
On Point is produced by Donni Domino, and it features a smooth chorus sang by Makoi. Bravo Jahn Dough, bravo!
Check out Jahn Dough – On Point & Obsidian (Album) below: