Music has gotten me through this week. It’s been a little stressful (ok, very
stressful), and I’m sure I could talk about work forever, but I think I’d rather
just listen to music. Let’s end it on a high note, shall we? There’s hip hop,
there’s mellow music…in fact, there’s a little house here too.
Mixing it up
a little– Friday
|1||Jon B with Dirt McGirt||Everytime|
|2||Raphael Saadiq||I Know Suggie Otis|
|4||LL Cool J||Can’t Explain It|
|5||Toshi with Mos Def||Living For Today|
|6||Talib Kweli||Never Been In Love|
|7||Rafael Saadiq /Tony Toni Tone / Lucy Pearl||Rifle Love|
|9||De La Soul featuring Yummy||Much More|
|10||Lyfe Jennings||The Way I Feel About You|
|11||Slum Village||Old Girl/Shining Star|
|12||John Legend||Live It Up|
|13||Joi Cardwell||Be Yourself|
|14||Cheryl Lynn||Sweet Kind of Life|
Two tracks (2 and 7) are from Rafael Saadiq’s Ray
Ray album, but the one that is most special to me is the track Rifle
Love, with Tony Toni Tone and Lucy Pearl accompanying him. Tracks 1 and
8 are from Jon B’s new album, Stronger
Everyday. Notice the vocal stylings (!) of Dirt McGirt in Everytime.
Track 10 is from Lyfe Jenning’s Lyfe
268-192 album. Cheryl Lynn’s Sweet Kind of Life is a nice track
off of the Shark
Tale soundtrack. Be Yourself by Joi Cardwell
is from the awesome house CD Blaze
Presents Artists United for Life.
Nod your head. It’s a little bit of everything. Enjoy.