i'll be back.
Have no fear.
working towards an intellectual understanding of booty chatter.
CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP is delicious, but it has nothing to do with what this post is really about.
THE CHANGES have held a place in my heart ever since early last year when they released a demo of their song "Modern Love" with a spoken word track of a Hilary Duff article from Blender magazine read over it. Within a few weeks, the song had risen to the number one most played in my iTunes library. Sure, band member Dave Rothblatt's vocal delivery is pure Jesus magic, but what blew my mind about the track was that the song in the background was actually really good. This may have just been a joke, but these guys made some seriously good music.
EDEN'S CRUSH was a girl group formed on the 2001 WB series Popstars, an American remake of the same UK series that turned out the multi-platinum girl act Girls Aloud. Unfortunately, their album sucked and they disbanded in 2002.
KHIA deserves more respect from the haters. I talked about her a little earlier on this blog, but I'm actually blown away after hearing her sophomore effort Gangstress in it's entirety. She is the true queen of the south.
CHAMILLIONAIRE be on the grind yall. Every single day, he is hustling. Not just every other day (which I suspect Rick Ross probably takes off on Sundays so he can take it to the church)...and a hustle like him is hard to find. Very hard to find.
ROADS TILL REDEMPTION kind of just seems like just a guy from Georgia who recorded some tunes in his bedroom. Because he is.
THE BLACK PETER GROUP may have a somewhat offensive name and myspace link, but I'd be more offended if you told me they didn't make you want to shake it.
CODEBREAKER would be hired by me if I was a futuristic spy looking for a soundtrack to my life. Unfortunately, I am not (or so I say) so they will just have to settle for a prized position in my iTunes library.
GANGSTA BOO (aka Lola Mitchell) used to roll with Academy Award winning musicians Three Six Mafia. You may remember her from her 1998 solo single "Where Dem Dollars At?" or her appearance on Foxy Brown's 1999 album Chyna Doll.
COMPASS somehow got me through spring break. And I'm just making a post about them now.
THE CAGLE FAMILY brings you the best family music you've heard since The Jackson 5, with less abusive father and more cuteness.
PINK NASTY once told me that her upcoming album Mold the Gold, "...is the shit. I remember the liner notes of Tevin Campbell's I'm Ready LP where he says his album is the shit and that stayed with me and I feel like Tevin right now. I believe if it isn't the Thriller of the indie pop singer songwriter set, then it will certainly be the I'm Ready. I like all the songs but there are only 12...cheaper by the dozen mentality--you wouldn't ask Steve Martin which kid he liked best!"
ALAN BRAXE is well known in the French electronica scene.
Today I received this message in my inbox at still-a-g(thang)mail...