Hip Hop Old But Gold

Hip Hop Old But Gold


Meet Elizabeth Wiltgen, a 30-year-old from Brazil.
“I made this playlist because I'm a hip hop fan and I wanted to have a playlist with the songs I used to listen and dance when I was younger. This playlist makes me remember the good and (not that) old times when I used to party every single weekend with my friends!”

Name one of your favorite albums of all time?

The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill


What artist, dead or alive, who would you interview and why?

Tupac Shakur, because of his importance to the hip-hop culture and his influence over many young generations not only in the U.S. but all over the world.


What is your favorite quote?

You are the only representative of your dream on the face of the Earth. If that does not make you go after it, I do not know what else will make you do this. (Emicida, a Brazilian rapper)


Name your top 3 favorite artists and why?

Lauryn Hill: I feel amazed about how she could record such an incredible album like The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. Her songs are powerful, and you can feel the way she shows her feelings in these songs. Bob Marley: I love the way his songs make you think about the world we are living in and the relationships we have with people Amy Winehouse: a notorious and incredible voice that made me listen even more to jazz music.


If you were a singer, what current living artist would you like to collaborate with?

Alicia Keys! C'mon! Did you see what she can do at the stage?! This woman is incredible!