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Funky Revelations Of 1987: 'Whitney' by Whitney Houston

Interestingly enough, I didn’t hear this particular album until well over a decade after it came out. Some of it might’ve been a degree of overexposure,even within the family to her self titled debut album. 660 more words

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Roy Ayers Tells Soweto Youths To Get Serious And Get Inspired

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Jazz musician Roy Ayers on Friday offered some rhythmic advice for youths in Johannesburg’s Soweto area: Get serious, be inspired, rap on, keep on and “eventually you’ll get it.” 323 more words

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How U.K.’s BBE Music Broke Even After All These Years

For more than two decades, U.K. record label Barely Breaking Even has been a beacon of the dancefloor. Born out of the London rare groove scene of the 1990s, BBE began as an extension of the excitement DJ founders Peter Adarkwah and Ben Jolly mined from their eclectic mix sets. 1,410 more words

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Review | Tyler, The Creator - Scum Fuck Flower Boy

Following the underwhelming and ultimately disappointing Cherry Bomb from 2015, Tyler, The Creator rediscovers his undeniable talent as an artist with Scum Fuck Flower Boy… 529 more words


Anatomy of THE Groove: "Love Will Save The Day" by Whitney Houston

Whitney Houston became the first female artist in the US to enter the album chart at #1 30 years and two days ago. That reminded me of that element of Whitney’s success that always had me torn. 377 more words