My thoughts on the best songs of 2010, numbers 24-19.
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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 Redman song “Defjammable” and why he’s one of the great hip-hop artists.
Last year, I did a list of 25 albums and probably could have stretched it to 30. There was just that much great music. This year, not so much. I initially had a list of 20, but it felt like … Continue reading
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Tagged bry'nt, chico debarge, Chrisette Michele, chucky thompson, crooked i, cuban linx, deadlee, deep dickollective, gay hip hop, Ghostface Killah, gza, homo hop, i want you back, Inspectah Deck, jackie jackson, jackson 5, jermaine jackson, joe budden, Joell Ortiz, Last Offence, LastO, Ledisi, marlon jackson, maxwell, Meshell N'degeocello, Method Man, Michael Jackson, Mos Def, Motown, nano reyes, Ne-Yo, Novel, Pharoahe Monche, Playa, Raekwon, Raphael Saadiq, Redman, royce, russell taylor, slaughterhouse, Smoke E. Digglera, tim'm west, tito jackson, tru, wu-tang
Can we have a national conversation about how Lil Wayne owes Reggie truckloads of cake for jackin Reggie’s eccentric persona? Eh, probably not. Still true though. Anywho… I’m feelin this something fierce. This is actually a little out of left field … Continue reading