Jay Z mentions one of Shatta Wale’s songs as his favorite for the year 2019

Shatta Wale’s name popped up on Jay-Z’s all-time favorite songs for the year 2019.

As the year comes to an end, Jay-Z has decided to share what he’s been bumping in 2019.

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!

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kept it in the fam with Solange’s “Almeda” and Beyoncé’s “Already” with Shatta Wale and Major Lazer from the Lion King soundtrack.

He also showed appreciation for real bars with tracks like Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s “Palmolive” with Pusha-T and Killer Mike.

As if that weren’t enough, he made sure to include tracks for the turn-up, listing songs like Megan Thee Stallion’s “Cash Shit” with DaBaby and Young Thug’s “Hot” with Gunna. And of course, Hov slowed it down with some smooth R&B like Snoh Aalegra’s “Here Now” and Summer Walker’s “Playing Games” with Bryson Tiller.

You can check out the full list of songs for yourself below, and stream the playlist over on Tidal.

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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

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

21. “Here Now (Intro)” – Snoh Aalegra
22. “Playing Games (Extended Version)” – Summer Walker featuring Bryson Tiller
23. “Follow God” – Kanye West
24. “Middle Child” – J. Cole
25. “Ballin’” – Mustard and Roddy Ricch
26. “Put a Date On It” – Yo Gotti featuring Lil Baby
27. “Ricky” – Denzel Curry
28. “Cash Shit” – Megan Thee Stallion featuring DaBaby
29. “Triggered (Freestyle)” – Jhene Aiko
30. “Welcome to the Party” – Pop Smoke
31. “Big Drip” – Fivio Foreign
32. “F.N” – Lil Tjay
33. “Pop Out” – Polo G featuring Lil Tjay
34. “Trap” – SAINt JHN featuring Lil Bibby
35. “Nobody’s Favorite” Rick Ross featuring Gunplay
36. “Meet Again” – Maxo Kreem
37. “Tito’s Back” – Conway, Westside Gunn and Benny The Butcher
38. “Saw” – Roc Marciano
39. “Lonely Child” – YoungBoy Never Broke Again
40. “Satish” – Tee Grizzley

See List Below:

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