14 Songs, 44 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sleek production and an immaculate guest vocal turnout ensures Afrotrap Volume 1 delivers on its substantial promise, gathering together the genre’s hottest stars. Through 14 tracks of sharpened words and rhythms, this meaty compilation album switches from high-tempo “Magie”—with its addictive, pulsating rhythm topped off by lyrical gymnastics from French/Malian Dabs—to DJ Peet’s pure revelry in language on “On s’enjaille on s’en fout”. With an irresistible hook that builds on a foundation of driving mid-tempo beats, snares and keyboard riffs, Peet epitomises the very best of the Afrotrap scene—alongside Aya Nakamura, MHD and many more—on this scorching collection.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Sleek production and an immaculate guest vocal turnout ensures Afrotrap Volume 1 delivers on its substantial promise, gathering together the genre’s hottest stars. Through 14 tracks of sharpened words and rhythms, this meaty compilation album switches from high-tempo “Magie”—with its addictive, pulsating rhythm topped off by lyrical gymnastics from French/Malian Dabs—to DJ Peet’s pure revelry in language on “On s’enjaille on s’en fout”. With an irresistible hook that builds on a foundation of driving mid-tempo beats, snares and keyboard riffs, Peet epitomises the very best of the Afrotrap scene—alongside Aya Nakamura, MHD and many more—on this scorching collection.

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