Tag Archives: Michelle Williams
On Kelly Rowland
My thoughts on Kelly Rowland’s career as she readies her third album.
Posted in Kelly Rowland, Music Tagged Beyonce, Commander, David Guetta, Destiny's Child, Eve, Heaven, Just Blaze, Kelly Rowland, Like This, Love Takes Over, Michelle Williams, Mike City, pop singer, R&B, Raphael Saadiq, Salaam Remi, soul, T-Shirt 1 Comment
RichGirl: What Exactly Do We Need from a Girl Group?
My thoughts on why RichGirl annoys me.
Posted in Hot Videos, Music Tagged Andre Harris, Beyonce Knowles, Cindy Herron, Dawn Robinson, Destiny's Child, Dre and Vidal, En Vogue, girl group, Kandi Burress, Kelly Rowland, Latocha Scott, Maxine Jones, Michelle Williams, Rich Harrison, Richgirl, Tamika Scott, Terry Ellis, Tiny, Vidal Davis, vocal group, Xscape 2 Comments
Great Songs in the Black Musical Tradition, 2000-2004
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
Posted in Music 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 Leave a comment
Beyonce the Annoying; or, Why Blond Hair Does Not a Star Make
My thoughts on why Beyonce Knowles is annoying.
Posted in Music Tagged Apple Pie La Mode, Bee Gees, Beyonce, Beyonce Knowles, blonde, Bootylicious, Britney Spears, Cater 2 You, Christina Aguilera, colorstruck, cover, Dangerously in Love, Destiny Fulfilled, Destiny's Child, diva, diva trip, emotions, female empowerment, Gift From Virgo, Girl, girl groups, Hip Hop Star, homothug, if, Jay-Z, jezebel, Kelly Rowland, Latavia Robertson, Letoya Luckett, Lose My Breath, Matthew Knowles, Me Myself & I, Michelle Williams, Nasty Girl, Naughty Girl, pop music, R&B music, Rolling Stone, Sexy Daddy, Soldier, songwriter, Speechless, stilettos, Survivor, Sweet Sixteen, Through With Love, vocal groups, Yes 28 Comments