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Black Music Month 2020 Playlist: Boogie Wants His Song Picks to ‘Represent the Emotion of the People’

This year, Black Music Month took a different turn. Because of the horrific deaths of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and more at the hands of police, we at Billboard hope to uplift and empower African Americans during this cloudy and dubious time. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for the remainder of the month, an artist will provide a playlist designed to remedy the heartaches endured by the Black community.

Boogie completes today’s cipher (June 22) with our second playlist of the day with his “Perfect Timing” collection. From Kendrick Lamar to YG, the West Coast lyricist explains why his song selections are fitting for today’s climate. “I feel like these songs are perfect for this time, because, for me, they speak on problems we see in today’s world and represent the emotion of the people.”

Check out Boogie’s playlist below.

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