Tag Archives: b-side
Best Albums of 2011
Posted on December 30, 2011 by tlewisisdope
My thoughts about the 10 best albums of 2011.
Continue reading →
Posted in Best of 2011, Music | Tagged 4, 7..., 80s synth pop, Anthony Hamilton, Anwar Robinson, Avenue: A, b-side, Best Albums of 2011, Beyonce, Big K.R.I.T., Bleuphoria, Common, Complex Simplicity, Cookies or Comas, Dre and Vidal, Elgin, Everything, Frank Ocean, Ginuwine, Goodie Mob, Gutter Rainbows, Habits of the Heart, Here I Am, Idle Warship, Jean Grae, Jewell, Jill Scott, Johnny Gill, Kelly, Kelly Price, Kelly Rowland, Lalah Hathaway, Ledisi, Luxurious Underground, Mary J. Blige, Meshell N'degeocello, Mint Condition, My Life, My Life 2, Nicole Wray, nostalgia/ultra, Open Invitation, Organized Noize, Pharoahe Monche, Pieces of Me, Raekwon, Rahsaan Patterson, Raphael Saadiq, remix, Return of 4Eva, Shaolin vs. Wu-Tang, Still Winning, Stone Rollin', Sy Smith, Talib Kweli, Tamar Davis, Teedra Moses, The Bootleg of the Bootleg EP, The Breakthrough, The Light of the Sun, The Paxtons, The Roots, Trey Songz, Tyrese, Van Hunt, W.A.R., We Are Renegades, What Were You Hopin For? Michael Jackson, What's The 411?, Wines and Spirits | Leave a comment