This fresh from our Harvest Edition playlist by Jamila Woods is sure to warm any winter day.
IMAGE: ERIKA DICKERSON-DESPENZA
WORDS: NICOLE STANTON & JAMILA WOODS
Jamila Woods is very much so a Super Lady. She is a poet and vocalist hailing from Chicago. Loam met Jamila while she was on tour with M&O (fka Milo & Otis). M&O’s first album The Joy and their sophomore album Almost Us are perfect companions for the upcoming winter months. In her superladyschedule of musician, poet, and teaching artist, Jamila was kind enough to make us a “superladymusic” playlist. Her selection of tunes oozes her Chicago pride and soul/hip-hop inspired tastes. Listen away.
Blossom Dearie by Ravyn Lenae
Have Mercy by Eryn Allen Kane
Take You Back featuring Akenya & Via Rosa by Noname Gypsy
Wake Up by Daryn Alexus
Fingerprints by Homme
Treat Me Like Fire by Lion Babe
Novacaine by Christian LaJon
Lullaby featuring Soft Glass by Chargaux
Has to Be by Yadda Yadda
Hopes Up by Drama Duo
We Can Go Blind by The Flavr Blue
Feeling Like I’ve Been Wrong by Lorine Chia
Don’t Wanna Be Your Girl by Wet
Right Now by Jean Deaux
Why Me by Jess Glynne
Fushia by Highness
Candied Daylight by Jennah Bell
Race Jones #ForMyPeople #MikeBrown by V Bozeman
superladymusic is a collection of songs by some of my favorite up and coming female musicians. These artists hail from all over the globe, although the list is admittedly a little chicago-heavy for good measure. This list considers "emerging" in a broad sense, and includes songs that innovate on our expectations of what a song should be, whether it be through blurring the line between the voice and instruments or creating a lyrical manifesto to address the social issues of our time. I hope you enjoy.