The perfect playlist for the weekend, with new music from Youngboy NBA, Post Malone, Khalid, Stargate and more.
It's Friday. It's 2k18. What better time is there for you to follow our FIRE EMOJI playlist??? There is no better time, get your life together.
We've been building up our Spotify playlist, FIRE EMOJI, as a breeding ground for the dopest/best/hottest hip-hop and r'n'b songs that are out right now. We're always on the hunt for newest of the new (so long as it's fye) to add to it, while older songs are gradually curated out of the playlist and added to our massive/only-playlist-of-its-kind Archive -- if you have a couple of days to spare, give it a listen.
In an effort to keep your earbuds satisfied and keep up with the non-stop pace of the internetz, we update FIRE EMOJI on a daily basis, and we're sharing it with you every Friday, to help accommodate your weekend plans. If you didn't keep up with the site's daily songs list for the entire week, then consider this as a simple recap on the songs you might have missed, and more importantly, the songs you really need in your life this weekend.
This week, the curated FIRE EMOJI playlist has culminated into something special, as we mix it up with mainstream darlings like Post Malone, who finally dropped Beerbongs & Bentleys and nabs two songs on the playlist, as well as underground providers of the funk, The Internet, who happen to kick off the playlist. Youngboy NBA already has a Until Death Call My Name appearance a bit deep into the playlist from previous weeks (with the phenomenal "Diamond Teeth Samurai"), however the full album release brings us even more gritty bangers to choose from, and we went with "Outside Today." Other more recent additions to this week's iteration of FIRE EMOJI include Oyabun's woozy collaboration with Kodie Shane, A Boogie's "Oddee" (it finally hit streaming services!), Toronto's own SAFE's recent release and more-- lots more-- as the playlist is updating daily on a rolling basis, you'll find cuts added from weeks' prior and equally some removed...byeee all four J. Cole songs, we now leave you with just two from KOD.