My thoughts on the best songs of 2010, numbers 12-7.
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Tagged Anthony Hamilton, Avila Brothers, Ballad of Purple St. James, Best Songs of 2010, black music, blues, Bobby Womack, Cry Over You, Curtis Mayfield, El DeBarge, emcee, Hi-Tek, hip hop, Inspectah Deck, J. Cole, Jay Electronica, Jazmine Sullivan, Jimmy Jam, Just Begun, Kimberly Nicole, Lyfe Jennings, Mama, Manifesto, mixtape, Mos Def, Planet Asia, posse cut., R&B, Reflection Eternal, Salaam Remi, Serious Rappin, soul music, Talib Kweli, Termanology, Terry Lewis, urban griot, Yahzarah
The thing that is interesting to me about all the lists I’ve read about music in the Aughts is how little the lists reflect the impact of the internet. Reading most lists, you wouldn’t think that the industry changed as … Continue reading
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Tagged Aaliyah, adina howard, amerie, Anthony Hamilton, ashanti, bedtime stories, beethoven, benjamin bush, Beyonce, Bobby Brown, Bobby Womack, Brandy, Britney Spears, carlis p, Ciara, Cindy Herron, daily trade, dance of the sugar plum fairy, Dawn Robinson, Digital Black, dinah washington, En Vogue, Erykah Badu, freedom, Goodie Mob, jawann peacock, Jazz, Jill Scott, johnta austin, Joi, Joi Gilliam, klientel, lala brown, Latocha Scott, Latoiya Williams, Lil Kim, lina, Lyfe Jennings, Madonna, mama's gun, Mariah Carey, mark middleton, Maxine Jones, millie jackson, moonlight sonata, neptunes, operatic vocals, Organized Noize, OutKast, panther, pharrell, Playa, posh spice, Rich Harrison, Ricky Bell, Rihanna, rodney jerkins, ryan leslie, Sad But True, sean garrett, shanice, Smoke E. Digglera, Static Major, stephen garrett, steve garrett, stranger on earth, swing, tchaikovsky, Terry Ellis, Timbaland, Usher, Van Hunt, victoria beckham
Calvin Richardson is the kind of singer that, if you knew about him, you’d love him. He’s just got that kind of a voice. It is ironic that someone as easy on the eyes as Calvin isn’t plastered everywhere … Continue reading