Tag Archives: The Best Man
What Exactly Is ‘The Best Man’ Sequel Trailer Saying?
In a piece I wrote two years ago for the homie Alyssa at ThinkProgress in which I discuss what I think The Best Man sequel, The Best Man Holiday, should address, I said that Malcolm Lee should center the film … Continue reading
I Spent the Week at Alyssa Rosenberg’s Crib on ThinkProgress
Sharing thoughts I put together for my guest blogging stint at Alyssa Rosenberg’s blog on ThinkProgress.
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Tyrese: Untapped Potential
My thoughts on Tyrese’s cover of Teddy Pendergrass’ “When Somebody Loves You Back.”
Posted in Music Tagged actor, Baby Boy, Best Man I Can Be, Brandon Hines, Case, Chris Brown, Coke commercial, Ginuwine, J. Holiday, Jaheim, R.L., R&B, singer, soul, Teddy Pendergrass, The Best Man, Tyrese, vocalist, When Somebody Loves You Back 2 Comments