He’s so very cute, that Mikky Ekko. Doesn’t she look like she’s trying to fart in the tub at the end? That expression on her face…. Like the video, I only wish they’d been fair and have him without that sweater on. Nice arms. :D I like this song too.
I’ve been hearing “Some Nights” on the radio, not knowing who made it. You know how DJs cannot be bothered to announce who created something. So, I thought it was a classic song by Ladysmith Black Mambazo (a group from way back when). Well, this video changed my perception of the song, because it initially made [...]
Sorta continuing the BW / AM theme… The following link is an article from oneasianworld.com: Mauika Hicks makes K-Pop history by being the love interest and lead dancer for Jay Park (he’s American of Korean descent). Some excerpts – the rest you’ll have to read at their site. It’s quite an informative interview. Paulette: How does [...]
I did not know her personally. Yet, there’s so much hear-say that black folks like to pass along – gossipy nonsense – just so they could pretend they knew her. You know, a friend of a friend of a friend. I live in New Jersey. So, I’ve heard my share of crap. Back in the [...]
I like this a little more. Sung by Obadiah Parker. It’s a slowed down earthy version, sounds a bit country. Here’s the original by OutKast. Andre’s not afraid of being flamboyant, is he? And where can I find someone to do my hair as nice as his?
Another song I enjoy hearing. Very funky. They’re nice to look at too.
I love this song. The beginning has this guitar rhythm that is sooooo nice. I could loop that all day. Wish I could play a guitar. Enjoy.
Gorgeous young man. Makes me think of a young Vulcan, in a Spock-like kinda way. Sexy. Everyone seems to move like Michael Jackson (R.I.P.) to me. I wonder when the fusion of Korean and black American music occurred? That’s rather fascinating to me.
I know the music video is about domestic violence, but Eminem and “Charlie” remind me of the “crazy white boys” back in my old neighborhood. Why? They burned down a house. No one was in it, thank goodness, but these guys had a fearlessness that was just totally off-the-wall.
The video is so cute, and the music is even better.
I was going to write about forgiveness, of the self, but this song just tops that. This is a cover of Trent Reznor’s Hurt, but I like Johnny Cash’s version a bit more.
Man, I like this song, so soulful. I heard this on the last episode of Bones.
Pearl Jam – The Fixer from João Barreiros on Vimeo. Practically an old tune, but I enjoy hearing it. Relates to the last post with the “Fixer” approach of some men.