Kanye, Charlie Wilson and Beyonce come together to create this new track, 'See Me Now'. Kanye actually recorded this last night. So I guess Beyonce is all good with Kanye and his Taylor Swift speech incident.... Hit the link to listen and download.
Sorry for the hiatus again, VEGAS happened ;o). I was in daze for a bit, but I am back so please keep checking back. Also, you can share my posts on twitter or facebook or whatever by clicking the share buttons below. Now on to what this post is about....
Here's something new from Drake off of his upcoming mixtape "No More Thanks You's". Everyone seems to anticipate great things from this new creation, so here's the first taste. Is this more like the old Drake? Take a listen ;o).
Here's some flicks from the upcoming Hundreds Fall/Winter Collection. I included only the stuff that I liked, so you can search online if you want to see more. I love the grey sweater in the first photo and the last one with the boy and the bomb on it. I think that style of sweater looks so good on guy's frame, hint for those that care about what a woman thinks ;o). Anyways, enjoy!
Hey everyone, I had a little hiatus, but I'm back. Check the video out below. It's a spoof by Affion Crockett of Drake's Tim Westwood freestyle. Go to the 2:29 mark.... Makes me laugh out loud and you will too if you know about Drake's comment about Weezy a little while back. Check it out, laugh it up ;o),
I knew this would happen... Drake's album sales were no where near a match for Eminem's "Recovery" sales. Drake sold 462,989; whereas, Eminem sold 741,000 copies. I think if Drake had released his album closer to the hype of "Best I Ever Had" then maybe he could've pulled off more sales with his mediocre album. However, the album did not live up to expectations and even though those expectations were very high, I think he could have done it if he stuck true to his roots: his mixtape work. Well, congratulations to Eminem, proving that you do not need all the hype and promotion if you truly produce work that speaks for itself.
I feel random today, so I decided to share my favorite song of all time. You wouldn't think a song recorded in 1967 would be my choice, but "(Sittin' on) the Dock of the Bay" by Otis Redding is timeless.
I first heard it when I was in middle school, and I was instantly in love. I played this song on repeat for days on end. The song has a haunting quality to it. It was one of the few times that Redding wrote most of the lyrics about himself.
Take a listen if you have never heard this class, and if you already know all about it, refresh your memory :o).
This song popped up in my iPod today and it just made me smile. The song is "In Ya Phone" by Trey Songz featuring Fabolous. Hope you enjoy it and maybe it will make your day a little brighter :o). As a side note, Trey Songz is beautiful and I would like the sunglasses he's wearing in the picture above. Okay that is all.