My thoughts on the best songs of 2010, numbers 24-19.
Posted in Best of 2010 - Songs, Music
Tagged Akon, Al Green, As We Enter, Best Songs of 2010, black music, Bon Iver, Calvin Richardson, Damian Marley, diaspora, Dr. Dre, emcee, Ghostface Killah, hip hop, Jaheim, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Kush, Marvin Gaye, Method Man, mixtape, Monster, Nas, Nicki Minaj, Pink Friday, posse cut., R&B, Raekwon, Redman, Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg, soul music, Troublemakers, Wu-Tang Clan
My thoughts on the best albums of 2010, numbers 30-25.
Posted in Best of 2010 - Albums, Music
Tagged America's Most Wanted, Best albums of 2010, black music, Brandon Hines, Calvin Richardson, Chrisette Michele, Classic, emcee, hip hop, In Search Of, Jazmine Sullivan, Joell Ortiz, Legato Blues Summer, Let Freedom Reign, Love Me Back, mixtape, Ne-Yo, Nottz, Novel, R&B, Rah Digga, soul music
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
This essay was originally written for Epinions.com on October 6, 2005. This version is slightly different, with some language clarification. The choices are identical to the original list. Like many writers on this site, and writers in mainstream and non-mainstream … Continue reading
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Tagged 112, Aaliyah, Alicia Keys, Amel Larrieux, Angie Stone, Anthony Hamilton, Aretha Franklin, black church, black music, black pop, black popular music, Calvin Richardson, Daron Jones, Destiny's Child, Erykah Badu, gospel, Jazz, Jill Scott, Kelly Price, Latoiya Williams, lina, Mariah Carey, Marvin Gaye, Meshell N'degeocello, Michelle Williams, neo-soul, Philly Soul, Q. Parker, R. Kelly, R&B, Rahsaan Patterson, Raphael Saadiq, rock and roll, soul music, Tank, Van Hunt, Vivian Green, Whitney Houston