1. James Brown – Cold sweat
It’s super funky, makes me feel invincible and the groove is undeniable
2. Anderson Paak – Suede
Like the title suggest it’s smooth makes me feel like a pimp from the 70’s who drives a time machine. The fusion of the old with the new is what got me here
3. Orlando Julius – James Brown ride on
I find it incredible that a visit from James Brown could get Orlando Julius to make such an epic joint. This made me go listen to more James Brown
4. Kci & Jojo – All my life
It’s one of the songs I would always refer to. Though the lyrics are very direct, it shows how personal the song is and it seems to have come from a genuine place. It’s actually one of the songs that made me start singing. Couldn’t get enough of it.
5. Peter Andre – Mysterious girl
The melody of this song is what I would call “swingy” and that to me makes the song very catchy. This song is timeless, I’ll listen to this any day
6. Usher – Superstar
I’m a big usher fan ever since the “my way” album. I like the descriptive nature of this song
7. Michael Jackson – Remember the time
There’s something smooth and sensual about this song but I guess that can be said about a lot of Michael Jackson records, but there’s something about this song I connect with. I also like the harmonies here.
8. Michael Jackson – Smooth criminal
Another M.J that resonated with me I think this one is mainly about the dance moves and the energy in the song. This made me start dancing back then, I wanted to do every move he did.
9. Usher – Seduction
This song here is all about the sensuality it’s a theme that blends perfectly with the instrumentals. This turns on the grown and sexy
10. Bob Marley – Turn your lights down low
This song as soon as it comes on puts me in a particular mood. I love how it captures ones attention and the feeling in that moment of which he speaks, it is truly spiritual.
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