Curated By Travon Bracey
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While isolated from the world of social distance and quarantining in his home, Atlanta, born-raised Creative Director in the fields of fashion, art, music, and other multidisciplinary artistry talents, Travon Bracey curated a densely arranged playlist.
He starts the arranging playlist with the classical R&B song “Didn’t Want To Have To Do It” by Rotary Connection, heavenly-inspired by the flows of Solange, who reintroduced the sounds of D.W.T.H.T.D.I from her song off her recent 2019 album, When I Get Home, single “Binz,” the music goes into a flow of classical and current neo-soul waves. Once the first ten songs are through playing, Travon firstly introduces a sing-along moment. This contains tracks of oldies that are lyrically known as “women being tired of men” singing vibes from different African-American contemporary R&B artists of early 2000s to late 2000s/early 2010 sounds.
He then takes a masculine direction towards men of R&B from yet again past times the to early 2010s. After track 25 and up, Travon places a realistic vibe of Blue-Eye Soul then turning the flow culturally with Reggae and Dancehall movements of music. He then winds down with a few honorable mentions personally spoken musically through his daily dose of exciting music selection part of his actively listened Spotify liked songs.
He ends the playlist with Whitney Houston & Cece Winan’s emotional, yet vocally phenomena of a record entitled “Count On Me,” sending an expression to humanity to count on each other through this economic and health crisis that’s going on.
The playlist features a few modern performers such as Solange, Ari Lennox, Erykah Badu, Beyoncé, Jasmine Sullivan, Jennifer Hudson, Raphael Saadiq, Adele, Skip Marley, and Omarion, whole reintroducing his millennium generation to artists such as JOI, Cham, Rotary Connection, Duffy, Carl Thomas, twice of Roy Ayers & Roy Ayers Ubiquity from the beginnings of the playlist and a dutty wine moment from classical reggae artist, Sister Nancy with the classic, “Bam Bam.”
The Quarantine Cycle Vol. 1 is originally available on his Spotify account, which is also publicly available to listen to on Apple Music. also publicly available to listen to.