The Montreal trio give us a world tour of their defining music memories, from Haiti to London.
An artist in every sense of the word, Atlanta-born singer-songwriter James Bambu takes a uniquely considered approach to his craft, determined to break down barriers for the future of R&B.
East meets West in Blxst's selections, as he shares formative memories of A Tribe Called Quest and 50 Cent, and picks a fellow L.A. native to get the party started. ⁠
In the early 2010s, Seattle rapper Key Nyata made his mark as a  member of the internet collective RVIDXR KLVN and THRAXXHOUSE as a high school student. Recently returning from a several-year hiatus, he recently dropped the single “Feelsumn” and has a project featuring Danny G and producer JakeSand slated for this Summer. 
Producer and rapper KeithCharles, widely known as a former affiliate of Atlanta’s do-it-together label Awful Records, has cemented his spot as one of his generation’s most interesting multidisciplinary artists. His next EP, KEEF, is due this Spring.
London singer-songwriter Yazmin Lacey's selections include Erykah Badu, Jodeci, and Janet Kay.
The Chicago producer pushing Plugg forward picks his playlist, featuring Sade, Chief Keef and Kendrick.

The London lyricist and NYC producer join the dots from Peckham to Brooklyn as they talk us through their Record & Tape Exchange selections.