Tag Archives: Jazmine Sullivan
What’s the Best Way to Make Music?
I’m rather opinionated about music. Folks know this. And while all that frustration criticism comes through loud and clear when I write or tweet, I’m definitely not as good at communicating that I understand and respect how profoundly difficult making … Continue reading
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Best Songs of 2011
My thoughts on the 10 best songs of 2011.
Posted in Best of 2011, Music Tagged 4, 70s soul, Anwar Robinson, Aston Merrygold, best songs of 2011, Beyonce, black synth pop, Bleuphoria, Cali Swag District, Dougie, EPMD, Fatback, Feel Inside, Frank Ocean, Ginuwine, Havoc, hip hop soul, Insomnia, Jay-Z, Jazmine Sullivan, JB Gill, Jean Grae, JLS, Johnny Gill, Kelly Rowland, Kevin Michael, Kickback, Lalah Hathaway, Last Offence, LastO, Marvin Humes, Mary J. Blige, Mint Condition, Mobb Deep, Motivation, Mountain Top, Nas, Naughty By Nature, O'Dell, Oritse, Prodigy, Rahsaan Patterson, Rick James, Salaam Remi, soul, Spray, Stay, Stern Savage, Stokely, Talib Kweli, Teedra Moses, The Deel, They, Trey Songz, Triumph, Tyrese, Uh Oh, Usher, Van Hunt, Wu-Tang Clan Leave a comment
Jazmine Sullivan – ‘Fly & Sexy’
My thoughts on the Jazmine Sullivan song “Fly & Sexy.”
Posted in Music Tagged Fly & Sexy, hip hop soul, Jazmine Sullivan, Mary J. Blige, R&B Leave a comment
Best Songs of 2010 (12-7)
My thoughts on the best songs of 2010, numbers 12-7.
Posted in Best of 2010 - Songs, Music 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 1 Comment
Best Albums of 2010 (30-25)
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 Leave a comment