DJ Revy-B - Seratocast 75

DJ Revy-B gives us an exclusive mix for this episode of SeratoCast with the 2nd volume of her mix series Rhythm and Afro. Listen through for the first 100% Afrobeats mix on SeratoCast. Check out the tracklist below.

Don’t Mind - Cheso
Over - R2Bees
Magic - Boj
Sexy - Wizkid
Your Waist - Sarkodie
Me and you - Praiz
FIA - Davido
Pon My Mind - Maleek Berry
Back for more - Justine Skye
Questions - Chris Brown
Juice - Ycee
If to say - Phyno
Flex - Amina
Flora My Flower - Davido
Ma Lo - Tiwa savage
Green light - cuppy
Pour me water - Mr Eazi
Particula - major lazer
Hold tight - Eugy
Thirsty - Young Paris
Take Time - Roy woods
Selfish - King Promise
Odo - Kidi
Nostalgia - Nao
Got You Remix - Daniel Ceaser
Make me Feel it edit - Janelle Monae
Diamond Time - Zaki Ibrahim
Finesse - Bruno Mars
Bartender - T- pain
Ye - Burna Boy
For life - Runtown
Belema - Mr. 2Kay
Don’t - Odunsi & Nonso Amadi
Can’t believe - Kramium Dj Tunez edit
Aika - Nonso Amadi
Joromi - Simi
Pineapple Skies - Miguel
All the stars - Kendrick Lamar ft SZA
Only one - Tekno
Call on me - Adekunle Gold
Weekend Vibes - Seyi Shay
Love can do - Legendary Beats feat Maleek Berry
Heart Robber - Yemi Alade
Sekkle Down - Burna Boy
Boomerang- Jidenna
One Kain - Simi
Baby Boy - Beyoncé
Slowly- Jinimi Abduls

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An exclusive mix by fast-rising Toronto-based DJ Revy B, “Rhythm and Afro Vol. 2” is a fitting audio testament to her West African heritage and her love of American R&B. The mix explores the mellow side of Afrobeats and artfully blends in splashes of R&B from Miguel and SZA. Music from Afrobeats megastars like WizKid and Davido sits side by side with emerging artists like Nonso Amadi, Cheeso and Amina.

In a genre with relatively sparse female representation, Revy B highlights a refreshing selection of female talent in celebration of International Women’s Month: Marquee artists like Tiwa Savage and Yemi Alade share space exciting singer/songwriter/producer
wunderkinds like East London’s Nao and Simi from Lagos, Nigeria. 

The mix would not be complete without shining a highlight on hometown Toronto talent
 such as South African soul crooner Zaki Ibrahim and Roy Woods from Drake's OVO camp. Clocking in at just over 1 hour, DJ Revy B manages to squeeze in over 50 tracks with a quick-mix style honed from countless hours rocking clubs and block parties in Toronto and beyond.