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This weeks very special episode is inspired by Marvel’s Luke Cage, the Netflix original series! The series is based on the original marvel comic witch follows a reluctant hero trying to defend Harlem New York from the forces of crime and corruption. The Netflix series is scored by Adrian Younge, and Ali Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest. Songs in this weeks episode of DJ Bruh Bruh in the Morning *Nights* are either from the series’ original sound track, made reference to in an episode, played in on of the trailers, or in at least some way related to Luke Cage. Sweet Christmas!

Artist Song Album Record Label DJ Comments
Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad Theme Luke Cage
Adrian Younge, The Delfonics Stop And Look (And You Have Found Love) Luke Cage This song is performed in one of the episodes, and the character, Diamond Back makes a remark that he likes this song.
Raphael Saadiq Good Man Stone Rollin'/The Way I See It This song is performed in the first episode, and subtly works to parallel Luke Cage's character. "I'm a good man, food on the table Working two jobs, ready, willing and able, check" and "You watched them handcuff me lady And walk me through my own home"
Miike Snow Heart Is Full (feat. Run The Jewels) - Reamix Bonus Track iii This song played in one of the trailers for the show.
Jidenna Long Live The Chief
Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Method Man Bullet Proof Love Luke Cage No Spoilers for the show here. If you know you Know.
Method Man P.L.O. Style (feat. Carlton Fisk) Tical ditto
Ol' Dirty Bastard Shimmy Shimmy Ya Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version This song accompanied the first trailer fans got to see of the show, witch had a killer fight seen.
Gang Starr DWYCK (feat. Nice & Smooth) Hard to Earn Every episode in the season is named after a Gang Starr song. "Lemonade was a popular drink and it still is"
A$AP Rocky Back Home (feat. A$AP Yams, Acyde & Yasiin Bey) AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP The closing track from "AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP", album by Harlem rapper, A$AP Rocky, who is mentioned in the series during a monologue by the character, Cotton Mouth
Adrian Younge, Ali Shaheed Muhammad End Theme Luke Cage