Not sure if you remember where you were when The Maestro, Barry White, passed from this realm… but if you love good ‘love’ music, you gotta miss his music!
“When a man’s making love, the last thing he thinks about is war.”
– Barry White
That’s right. Check out the Blank on Blank by PBS animation of audio of an interview by Joe Smith, during the writing of Off the Record (April 3, 1987; Los Angeles, California, USA). Dope content. A lot to think about and enjoy in this one.
Put up several posts on Phil Beaudreau first half of 2013. All dope! Now (drum roll) it’s time to post the whole plate of goodness. Here is the stream for Phil Beaudreau’s full album “Ether” with 3-time Grammy-winning producer Dawaun Parker.
Ha! ‘Old school players to new school fools!’ OutKast might’ve had something like this in mind with that lyric. Zo! got with some buddies and got to clowning on this Whispers inspired video. The track is dope, but they really seemed to have fun with visuals brought to you by director Kenneth Price. “We Are On The Move” (featuring Eric Roberson and Phonte) is another banger off the “ManMade” LP.
Raheem DeVaughn said it feels “like pink crush velvet.” Alright. So, we start in that direction. But ask the ladies, and they take it there! “Tight.” “Soft.” “Moist.” “Warm.” “P*ssy.” That’s what the honeys said it is. It is what it is… just what you think.
If you have Raheem’s album – “A Place Called Love Land” – you should be spinning “Pink Crush Velvet” tonight. Watch the vid above if you need ‘ideas and inspiration.’
Sang that then Anthony David. It is our genuine hope that by tomorrow you too will be having a “Wonderful Christmas Time.” Soulful, warm-hearted fun vibe to this one. Enjoy. Happy Holidays!
“…remake of Paul McCartney’s classic Christmas tune, featuring Carmen Rodgers, Avery Sunshine, and Victor Jackson. Produced by Afroblew Productions. Directed by Anthony David and Daniel Harold… We had a BALL! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you all!”
- Anthony David
Producer Salaam Remi puts it down, and puts Akon down, on this “One In The Chamber.” Off Salaam’s Grammy-nominated “ONE: In the Chamber” album, the video had to bring it. Sex, guns, and intrigue all in less than five minutes… Consider it brought.
The Army & Navy Used Kanye West & Justin Timberlake As Inspiration For Their Annual Football Rivalry (Video)
Artist Tosa Brooks snapping over an instrumental reproduction (by Crsxh) of Kanye West’s “Blood on the Leaves” to amp the West Point footballers (aka Army) for one game and one goal…
Too bad hype videos don’t win games, as the Navy Midshipmen (of the United States Naval Academy) rolled 34-7 over the Army Black Knights for the 12th year in the row. Nice job though, Tosa. Maybe next year, Army.
So, how many of y’all wonder if Navy did a video. Heh heh, check after the jump. It’s al-riiighht. Hahahaaa!
Dark matter coming in the form of song from British soul singer Marsha Ambrosius… child molestation related in this powerful video for her single “Without You” (featuring Ne-Yo). Be on the lookout Marsha’s “Friends & Lovers” LP (due out 2014). The single is out now on iTunes though; so you can get that immediately, if you like.
Atlanta based singer/songwriter/emcee/engineer Madame Sabrosa putting out some solo work. Set to release her project – “Society Changed Her” (due out Spring 2014) – this is the first leak, entitled “Love Buds.” And, yes, we’re talking about THAT ‘bud’ in this case. Roll ‘em if you got ‘em.
New visuals (shot in her birth state of Minnesota) for California singer Marz Lovejoy. Om’Mas Keith (with Mike Swoop) on production. The new single is “Discouraged.” Look for her debut LP – “elePhant Soundz” – to drop in 2014. Looking for this single? How ’bout now-ish? On iTunes.
Straight off Bobby V’s new EP “Peach Moon” (out on iTunes now), check out this “Who Am I To Change” jam. A full band, playing the piano… That’s how Bobby is doing things nowadays. The EP is his exhibit A of that argument. Check out the single; maybe even cop the EP and judge for yourself.
Oddisee went off and remixed another one. “Diamonds” has new shine thanks to Ladi6′s original performance and Oddisee’s polishing. The original version is on Ladi6′s album “Automatic” (out now). Get a FREE download of this remix though, while supplies last.
DOWNLOAD: LADI6 – DIAMONDS (ODDISEE REMIX)
Pharrell Williams wrote, produced, and performed this make-ya-move joint for the “Despicable Me 2″ soundtrack. Respect to the direction by We Are From L.A. for getting to the point of dance euphoria by the time the vid is halfway through… dude pop-lockin’ HARD in the road! Watch. The single is out now by the way. Get “Happy” here.