Shatta Wale’s name appears on Jay Z’s list of best songs in 2019

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American Hip-Hop living legend Jay Z has shared with his fans all over the world his favorite songs for 2019.

As the year rounds up in about 11 days, Jay Z took to social media reveals some of the great songs he has been jamming to as far as 2019 is concerned and it will interest you to know that the boss of Shatta Movement Empire, Shatta Wale made it into Jay Z’s list.

On Thursday (Dec. 19), Hov uploaded a new playlist to Tidal of his favorite hip-hop and R&B tracks from the last 12 months.

The wide-ranging list includes everyone from newcomers like Roddy Ricch, Griselda, Pop Smoke, and Polo G to heavyweights like Rick Ross, Drake, J. Cole and even the longtime homie he was recently seen with after a longstanding beef, Kanye West.

Hov fittingly kicked off his list with “Intro” from DaBaby’s sophomore effort, Kirk. The project sold 145,000 equivalent album units in its first week out making for a No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200. The work being recognized by Hov himself just tops off the stellar year DaBaby has had!

Jay-Z’s Top 40 Hip-Hop and R&B Songs of 2019 Playlist

  1. “Intro” – DaBaby
  2. “Heart On Ice” – Rod Wave
  3. “Money in the Grave” – Drake and Rick Ross
  4. “Perfect Ten” – Mustard featuring Nipsey Hussle
  5. “Highest in the Room” – Travis Scott
  6. “Dr. Bird’s” – Griselda
  7. “Palmolive” – Freddie Gibbs and Madlib featuring “Lucha Bros” – Westside Gunn, Curren$y and Benny The Butcher

  8. “Almeda” – Solange

  9. “EARFQUAKE” – Tyler, The Creator
  10. “Hot (feat. Gunna)” – Young Thug
  11. “Woah” – Lil Baby
  12. “The Box” – Roddy Ricch
  13. “BEST ON EARTH (Bonus)” – Russ, Bia
  14. “Binz” – Solange
  15. “Suge” – DaBaby
  16. “Collateral Damage” – Burna Boy
  17. “Toast” – Koffee
  18. “ALREADY” – Beyonce, Shatta Wale, Major Lazer
  19. “Gold Roses” – Rick Ross, Drake
  20. “Lucha Bros – Westside Gunn, Curren$y, Benny The Butcher

The list continued and had Shatta Wale’s ‘Already’ song with Major Lazer and Beyonce appearing in the 18th position.

  1. “Here Now (Intro)” – Snoh Aalegra
  2. “Playing Games (Extended Version)” – Summer Walker featuring Bryson Tiller
  3. “Follow God” – Kanye West
  4. “Middle Child” – J. Cole
  5. “Ballin’” – Mustard and Roddy Ricch
  6. “Put a Date On It” – Yo Gotti featuring Lil Baby
  7. “Ricky” – Denzel Curry
  8. “Cash Shit” – Megan Thee Stallion featuring DaBaby
  9. “Triggered (Freestyle)” – Jhene Aiko
  10. “Welcome to the Party” – Pop Smoke
  11. “Big Drip” – Fivio Foreign
  12. “F.N” – Lil Tjay
  13. “Pop Out” – Polo G featuring Lil Tjay
  14. “Trap” – SAINt JHN featuring Lil Bibby
  15. “Nobody’s Favorite” Rick Ross featuring Gunplay
  16. “Meet Again” – Maxo Kreem
  17. “Tito’s Back” – Conway, Westside Gunn and Benny The Butcher
  18. “Saw” – Roc Marciano
  19. “Lonely Child” – YoungBoy Never Broke Again
  20. “Satish” – Tee Grizzley

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