In a recent NTS Radio mix played for the online radio station’s ‘Remote Utopia’ session, Jonah Hill made a set of his favorite tunes as part of a 24-hour livestream “takeover” that gathered artists from across the world to share their music and other works. The set came together with a charity fundraiser for The Global Foodbanking Network.

The 10-track set started with The Rentals’ 1995 track “Friends of P.,” continuing with Dr. John’s “Basin Street Blues” and finished with throwback tunes like “Earthquake” by Prince Buster and “Mastermind” by Deltron 3030, and Harry Nilsson’s “All I Think About Is You.” Jonah played the set from his home in Los Angeles.

You can check the set here and make a donation to The Global Foodbanking Network’s here.

Posted by:Staff