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Singles file: Wale writes song for hoops star Brandon Jennings


Brandon Jennings has scored 55 points in a game and convinced Wale to write a song for him.(Jonathan Newton/TWP)

By Allison Stewart

A weekly playlist for the listener with a one-track mind.

Wale featuring Fat Trel and Black Cobain: "Who Don't"

It's the DMV times three on this track commissioned by Milwaukee Buck Brandon Jennings for pregame warm-ups.

Solange: "Under Construction"

The more adventurous Knowles sister wraps one of her unreleased songs around a Thievery Corporation track.

(Ryan Adams goes metal, after the jump.)

CFCF: "Big Love (Mathemagic remix)"

The Montreal DJ's cover of the Fleetwood Mac classic gets an underwater makeover courtesy of the Canadians in Mathemagic.

Phosphorescent: "It's Hard to Be Humble (When You're From Alabama)"

It's Muscle Shoals by way of Memphis on this retro soul track by underrated country-folk singer Matthew Houck, who records as the one-man band Phosphorescent.

Ryan Adams: "Electrosnake"

Hard-rock enthusiast/chronic oversharer Adams crafts one of the most effortful yet inexplicably addictive songs in the recent history of metal.

By David Malitz  |  March 16, 2010; 9:15 AM ET
Categories:  Singles file  | Tags: CFCF, Phosphorescent, Ryan Adams, Solange Knowles, Wale  
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