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Bad Boy Reunion Concert (Video Clips)

Over the weekend Sean ‘ P Diddy’ Combs kicked off the highly anticipated Bad Boy Reunion tour in Brooklyn New York.

I wish I had been there.  


"Wake Up Everybody - Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes (A Kevin Caruso Video)" on YouTube

Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes

were an American singing group, one of the most popular Philadelphia soul groups of the 1970s. The group’s repertoire included soul, R&B, doo-wop, and disco. 738 more words


lynettedavis reblogged this on Memoir Notes and commented:

Who else, besides me, loved Harold Melvin's song "I Miss You" from back in the day?

Revisiting the Soul Label that Gave Us Ike and Tina Turner

Soul music devotees have long wondered why Los Angeles didn’t field a great 1960s soul record label like Motown or Stax. Hollywood was fast becoming the recording capital of the country and Motown would indeed relocate here by the end of the decade. 431 more words


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Lauryn Hill Apologizes For Late Atlanta Show

A lot of folks are beginning to realize that if you buy a ticket to see Lauryn Hill perform, you run the very serious risk of throwing your money away. 361 more words

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People are sitting around here wondering why they couldn’t find anyone to play Nina Simone, and Lupita Nyong’o was up at the Met Gala, like… I got this Nina.

Race Talk


About a year after the release of Prince’s Dirty Mind album, Music industry publication Billboard attempted to answer the question “What is Black music” by creating a… 805 more words


Tristan ‘Mack’ Wilds And Method Man Star In 90’s Hip-Hop Drama ‘The Breaks’ On VH1

VH1 is taking a break from producing ratchet reality shows featuring black women snatching back manes, and will focus instead on the “golden-era” of 90’s hip-hop with the movie The Breaks, starring Mack Wilds, Method Man, Wood Harris and Afton Williamson. 19 more words