Each week we invite music lovers to share the songs that have soundtracked their lives. This week it's Kiwi R&B singer/songwriter Bailey Wiley, whose brand new self-titled EP drops on Monday.

What They Do (The Roots)

The Roots were my first introduction to hip-hop - I would've been 12 years old. There's such a great message in this song, which stems from hip-hop in truest form; the hook is "never do what they do", and that means, "just do your own thing". It's cool, it's about going against the grain and The Roots are such incredible musicians . . .

One Time (Eric Roberson and Jill Scott)

How Come You Don't Call Me (Prince)

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I'd Rather Go Blind (Etta James)

If You Love Me (Brownstone)

Down and Out (Ladi6)

Japanese Denim (Daniel Caesar)