The Official [@afropunk] Playlist To Get You Ready For The Festival

Here at Guap we have joined forces with Afropunk to give you our top tracks ahead of Afropunk Festival kicking off from, July 22nd- July 23rd. Check out what songs members from the Guap team chose and why.

Shay- Music Editor 

‘All artists are diverse, talented and represent black beauty in different forms.’

Carate- Long Time

S4U- Too Much

SZA ft Travis Scott- Love Galore

IAMDDB- Teardrops (FT. Mugun)

Solange Knowles- Mad

Imogen Taite- Concrete Soul

Lylo Gold- Starry Nights

Deniai Moore- All The Way (FT. Kwabs)

Steve Lacy- Ryd

Shannie Mears – Brand Manager 

‘This list is an expression of what it means to be young gifted and black in an era where sometimes being outspoken isn’t enough so we let the music that represents us do the talking. This is that music’

Mahalia – Sober

The Internet Ft Kaytranada – Girl
Liam Bailey – It’s Not The Same
Little Simz –  Picture perfect
Lianne La Havas- Green and Gold
Nadia Rose ft Redraw – Tight up
Cosmo Pyke- Chronic Sunshine
Nao- Apple Cherry
Kiah Victoria – Aurora
Kojey Radical – Bambu

Sianon Foster – Music Contributor

‘Vibe are very important to me; these tracks bring different types of vibes and sounds’

Nene Cherry – Buffalo Stance

Hare Squead – Flowers

Joe – Good Girls

Harrington Levy – Too Experienced

See Also

Miles From Kinshasa – IVRY

Tokyo The Producer – Last Summer

Ibrahim Kamara- Founder

‘These songs have stuck with me over the last few weeks- it’s the epitome of great music’

Cosima- Un-named

Frank Ocean- Mir Fontane

JME ft Giggs- Man Don’t Care

Corrine Bailey Rae- Put Your Record on

Mura Masa- Helpline (Ft Tom Tripp)

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