This morning, I found out that Hugh Masekela, one of my art heroes is coming to Detroit next week for a performance. I actually screamed in my head a little. His music, sociopolitical voice, & background are so inspiring. "We Are One" by South African DJ, Black Coffee fePeep The Rest!
I’m no Christian but even when I was, I never really liked gospel music but I do have a few songs that I like for sentimental reasons. While I I'm not into gospel, I do happen to love gospel-house music & have tons of it in my music library. I guess if you put anything toPeep The Rest!
Dancing is my favorite form of stress release and this weekend, I danced like no one was looking and got my life right. ————————— "Sometime I disappear, I'm not in the room anymore. Most of the time I look at the floor, I don't want to make eye contact with anPeep The Rest!
"It go Halle Berry or hallelujah Pick your poison tell me what you do Everybody gon' respect the shooter But the one in front of the gun lives forever And I been hustlin' all day, this a way, that a way Through canals and alleyways, just to say Money trees is the perfectPeep The Rest!
This remix of "Have You Seen Her" by Just A Band has been musical crack to me for the last week or so. I cannot stop listening and have had it on auto play & non-spot repeat. So soulful, so beautiful, so black. Cop a download here....Peep The Rest!
My last piece from my watercolors class... While I learned a lot in this class, it was not the cake walk that I thought it was going to be but at least I have some new skills and new activity that is quite relaxing. Inspired by Prince: Irresistible Bitch.... POW!Peep The Rest!
This is one reason why I love NYC... I mean, where else in the world can you assemble a mass amount of people for the purpose of song, dance & soul??? And to be fair, Everbody knows..... that I came up with the idea for a Flash Mob last Wednesday: "I'm calling for all of my fPeep The Rest!
Everybody knows that I LOVE house music & everything that it stands for! One of my favorite house artists without a doubt is Osunlade! If you read my 2011 wrap up then you know that seeing him in Chicago last summer was all that & more. This video interview offers a nicPeep The Rest!
When the movie "Shaft" was released in 1971, the entire world learned how important it was for a Black man to have a theme song.... Typically, I have about 3 to 4 theme songs going at one time but this year, 2011, I have had only 1 theme song. My 2011 theme song? "No Way" by OsuPeep The Rest!