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
Author: Stephanie Smalling
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. and it was last night that I remembered it's still JANET JACKSON and then
With some of the biggest shows like Game of Thrones and The Crown still relying on this musical launch, I decided it was time to revisit some of the greatest TV theme songs ever used. At some point, TV theme songs became a rare art. Traditionally, before you could settle into an episode, there was a 30-second to a