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The Roots - What They Do

This is probably my favorite song by The Roots and one of my favorite hip hop songs of all time in general. This came out back in 1996 and it doesn’t seem to get old (at least for me). 198 more words


The Roots - "What They Do" ft. Raphael Saadiq

“What They Do” was The Roots’ most popular single until they skyrocketed with “You Got Me”. On the record, Black Thought criticizes unoriginal MCs while Raphael Saadiq has hook and production duties. 74 more words

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Deep Rooted :: AMEA's Latest, 'The Learning Tree Pt. 1', Demands Attention

All of this Texas-based R&B has been good for the soul.  We are getting a very wide cross section of what this realm can be, and we don’t even have to leave the central  112 more words


Raphael Saadiq - Good Man (2011)


“I’m a good man, food’s on the table, working two jobs/Ready willing and able check your name.” The vocals of Taura Stinson kick off this soulful track before the lonesome Raphael Saadiq questions his woman’s betrayal. 11 more words


Band Together Bay Area Benefit Concert Set Times Announced

The upcoming Band Together Bay Area concert has released the schedule for the show.

The five-hour show to benefit the Tipping Point Emergency Relief Fund… 230 more words