As many of us have seen, the end of 2020 is looking like a prime moment in time to show off our annual playlists and JAY-Z is no exception. Hov is reportedly closing out the year by unveiling his own “2020 Vision COVID-19” curated playlist.
The playlist consists of 40-tracks and features cover art that showcases tennis legend Naomi Osaka wearing the facemask that bears the name of George Floyd. The playlist itself showcases songs from his wife Beyoncé, Drake, Freddie Gibbs, the Griselda crew, Jay Electronica, Megan Thee Stallion and many more.
Earlier on in the year, the iconic rap superstar also made playlists including “Songs For Survival 2 and “Couple Songs From 2020 (So Far)”. The original “Songs For Survival” playlist first appeared in 2016 and paid tribute to police violence victims Philando Castile and Alton Sterling with the 2020 edition dropping following the death of George Floyd at the hands of Derek Chauvin.
JAY_Z’s 2020 Vision COVID-19 playlist is available to stream exclusively on TIDAL
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