Posts Tagged 'R&B'

What Are Your Favorite Stevie Wonder Songs?

It’s an understatement to say Mr. Wonder is a great singer/songwriter. His contributions to American music not only transcend genres. His fanbase has reach across many generations WORLDWIDE so it’s safe to say he’s a national treasure. Dude’s subject matter has reach beyond love songs too. He’s scribed about economic hardship, depression, society’s ills and even Christianity among other topics.  I’m a huge fan of this living legend If you couldn’t already tell. He always finds a way to get spins on my iTunes despite the abundance of rap&BS in my library.

I have so many favorites from his catalog that I’d be here all night if I listed them all. So I decided to share a few favorites with you all. Keep in mind this is not a “top Stevie Wonder” list at all. Well now that that’s settled lets get to the good stuff. Continue reading ‘What Are Your Favorite Stevie Wonder Songs?’

Oh She Bad: Christina Milian

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I can’t recall being a major fan of her music at any part of her career. Not that it’s horrible or anything but it just missed me. If anything I give her props for writing her own stuff.

Her looks are a TOTALLY different story.

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R&B Could Use More Talent Like Ryan Leslie

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When I take one of my “rap breaks” I tend to turn to r&b/soul tracks so I can keep my ears satisfied. Lately 90’s Slow Jams and the odd Jamie Foxx song have been the go to players. I’ve also developed an appreciation for Ryan Leslie: not only for his singing, but for his production and songwriting skills (outside of rapping) as well.

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KRS One, Buckshot, Black Milk, & MJB ON THE SAME TRACK?!?!

Madness!

You read it right. KRS, Buck, and Mary J Blige make appearances on “On The Grind:” a Black Milk production.

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Nina Sky’s Blender Photo Shoot

Oh they bad but you already knew that. First seen at h.e.r.

Anthony Hamilton Interview

Props to Will at Culture VI for this one.

Simpin’ Ain’t Easy

I love how they spelled simpin’ haha. We must not be on the same page.

Apparently “Sympin” is a cool way to get girls, and “simpin'” is acting like a chump to get a girls attention. I just know that “simpin'” ain’t cool. Don’t do that fellas.


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