Flight Facilities promise to amuse us every year with a new song that makes you wiggle wiggle. This is the latest addition to their string of very impressive hits. This is amazing soul-house with a little disco element ready to hit a beach near you!
We are a little late on this one, but we somewhat turned a blind eye on this track as we thought it was just released to capture the US market, which usually doesn’t rattle our senses as pure pop is never given enough justice stateside. But, we were wrong.
This is probably one of the best singles The Saturdays have ever released. It has enough lyric lines to make you live through the summer happy. This beat is infectious and robust. It’s one of those songs that you can’t help but create hair-flipping choreography to! We are loving every minute of it!
Shola Ama is somewhat back. She has a new sex-tinged single titled “Boyfriend.” Back in the day, we actually met Shola Ama when she was going into the Met Bar after a Janet Jackson concert. Yes, we said hi and all and she loved every minute of the paparazzi. Then, we heard she trash talked Janet Jackson to the press, allegedly. Anywho, here it is!
So, my younger brother thought that his playlists are better then mine and opted to make his own compilation. Lyrical Exercise is a rap compilation, probably the only one you will ever see on this site. We promised him to post it here if he made a worthy playlist. So, if you know any rap lovers out there refer them to this one!
We don’t know why people resort to these half-hearted rap collaborations to hit the US market. Amy Winehouse did it, so did Kylie Minogue. This song did not need the balderdash, it’s strong enough to deliver on its own. Continue reading →
“Ain’t Nothin’ Goin’ on But The Rent” is a controversial hit song recorded by late R&B recording artist Gwen Guthrie, released as a single in 1986.
The song was controversial in that the woman in the song can be viewed as shallow and a “gold digger”, since she will only love a man if he’s rich and he has a job. The song has a lyrical interpolation from Billy Preston’s 1974 hit, “Nothing from Nothing”. Continue reading →