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Over the Rain

Missy Elliot said it best……I CAN’T STAND THE RAIN.

It is dark and wet and gloomy here. So much rain. I’d rather it be snowing. Her song isn’t fully about the rain, I think, but when I feel angry at Mother Nature I usually think of the first line of her song: 64 more words

Life In Pemberton

#TBT - Missy Elliot - Hot Boyz (feat. Nas x Eve)

Missy and Eve were at the height of their careers and Nas’s future was somewhat questionable when this song dropped. This song still bumps super hard. 25 more words


Soul Train Awards Performance Highlights!

Last night was the 2014 Soul Train Awards and the performances were everything.  Let’s take a look at a few highlights…

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7 Best Soul Train Award 2014 Moments

Tonight, the Soul Train Awards aired on Centric and BET. The show was recorded in Las Vegas and was hosted by radio & television veteran Wendy Williams. 420 more words


Azealia Banks’ debut LP: When artistic integrity shits on negative pre-conceptions and knobby label execs.  

It’s probably a little too late for me to review Azealia Banks’ debut album Broke With Expensive Taste without it getting lost since it’s about a month old now, plus I don’t speak enough technical music lingo to really have it taken seriously, but I can’t write a blog about entertainment without giving Azealia a (very gentle so as to not incite beef) pat on the back. 484 more words

Music Shit

#OhHellToTheNaw Blog #1: Aaliyah Movie Review

Aaliyah was undoubtedly one of the most beautiful and talented artist of our time. Her untimely and strange demise led to a lot of speculation of “blood sacrifices”, illuminati ties etc but the fact of all these things are that she was and is definitely missed. 729 more words

Kaytranada - Whatever (2014)

Kaytranada – Whatever (2014)

Kaytranada is an absolute top-tier producer when it comes to beatmaking and remixes, and this compilation proves it. If you can imagine Nujabes with a slightly more R&B bent, or Madlib if he swapped the jazz for some synth-funky goodness, that’d be a great description of Kaytranada. 397 more words