Whether it be a feature with Rihanna, or groveling about his latest lost love (which seem to always be on the same song), Drake seems to be at his greatest when aligning himself with women. So it’s no coincidence that this latest string of music videos from the rap/R&B star have been some of the
Author: Stephanie Smalling
When I started my day last Friday, there were a few things that ran across my mind. One of them definitely being I gotta listen to that new Cardi B album. After getting my first listen in – and another to get ready for the night – it wasn’t until our Slack channel started blowing
If played back-to-back, these combos could be life-threatening. 1. “Whistle While You Twerk” – Ying Yang Twins 2. “Shake that Monkey” – Too $hort feat. Lil’ Jon 3. “Pop That” – French Montana feat. Rick Ross, Drake, Lil’ Wayne 4. “Back that Ass Up” – Juvenile feat. Mannie Fresh, Lil’ Wayne 5.
“The Blackness.” That is the first lyric you hear off “Optimistic,” from gospel group, Sounds of Blackness — an ideal name for this collection if it wasn’t already taken. Recently, there has been a reemergence of black artists being more upfront about who their music is for and what it is about: the black community. Before, it
Let me be clear, I am no hater of Justin Timberlake. I actually favor the N*Sync member-turned-breakout soloist as one of the great performers of my lifetime. However, Janet Jackson is one of the greatest of all time, and I go hard for her. View this post on Instagram and it was last night that I remembered it's