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It felt good to get back on the grind and attend a star studded event in Chicago last night at the Vertigo Lounge. I must say the rooftop space is really nice. I felt like a baller! I tried to give my mean mug, Puff Daddy billion dollar grin. All that came out though was... Read more »
What is going on with the world and our musicians? Justin Bieber driving around bullying people with his car! Miguel karate kicking two white women at the same time! Kanye West walking into stop signs, Rick Ross won’t put his clothes on, Beyonce is pregnant every week, but only from Thursday to Sunday. Finally, Mariah... Read more »
Ice Cube is the street CNN. He speaks for the unspoken and his latest single brings back the Growl Face. Thank you Ice Cube.
I must state that Ice Cube is my favorite hip-hop artist of all time. Many of today’s youth think of Ice Cube as the friendly movie guy who made films like, “Are We There Yet”, “21 Jump Street”, The Long Shots, Barbershop, Beautyshop and Friday. Long before he was making the masses of America laugh... Read more »
That is a question that was brought to my attention in the wake of, “the Artists currently known as PRINCE”, and his Chicago Residency at the United Center. First and foremost I LOVE ME SOME PRINCE. The Ballad of Dorothy Parker, regular or jazzed up version, is one of the most beautiful songs in the... Read more »
There are many great R&B singers. A blog is not long enough to mention them all. Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Teddy Pendergrass, Donny Hathaway, Diana Ross, Chaka Khan, Melba Moore, Phyllis Hyman, Michael McDonaldThere is a problem in R&B. Most of our great R&B singers are from generations past. (Don’t hate. You know you were... Read more »
R Kelly let it be known that R&B Music starts and finishes with, "WRITE ME BACK". There may be hope for music yet people.
Gotham City for the Ghetto… Gotham City for the Ghetto; Ghetto.. That used to be one of my favorite songs by Robert Kelly aka R Kelly. The remix to Gotham City with Strings on the track rapping for some reason gets me hyped. I’m bank-head bouncing right now as I type this blog out. There... Read more »
How many people can say that a record label is responsible for them getting married? Well I honestly can say that Virgin Records played a key role in me meeting my beautiful wife way back when. You may asked how is that possible? Well I am writing this blog about it. Wanna Hear it? Here... Read more »
Uuhh…. Uuhh. It may be that I like Rick Ross because he is a big guy with swag. It may be because I miss Christopher Wallace and Heavy D so much that I was waiting for a big greasy brother, like myself, to take over the hip-hop scene. Every big brother gotta be able to... Read more »
From the dawn of time there were singers that broke into the R&B Urban scene that the charts were ready for. Hitting all the notes, mastering all of the riffs and giving your body the chill that makes you feel oh so good inside. The music industry usually knows how to promote an artist of... Read more »
It seems the message in Rap music has gotten lost. I don’t think that when most rappers were toddlers and early adolescents they wanted a Harem, racks on racks on racks, or 170 pair of tennis shoes while they drove in their rented Bugattis’. NO! They just wanted to have the freshest lyrics and be... Read more »
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