Dope ass discography. #OutKast
Happy Birthday scandamonium! Keep being awesome.
Happy birthday!!!! Thanks for all the pretty!
Happy Birthday!!! Hope you get to spend it doing whatever you damn well please!!! Best!
Why isn’t “Dinner with Dolores” on itunes ?!?!?!
goddesscru I can’t find this song anywhere !
"Dinner With Delores" is on Chaos & Disorder. A lot of those 90s releases aren’t on iTunes. I ordered my physical copy off of Amazon. So I have that song. I can send it to you. My baby will be pissed, but I do have it. Lol
Coming to you live from PG County, it’s a glorious Sunday. Today I woke up feeling like something wasn’t right. My suspicion is valid and has nothing to do with my personal life. Which after last week is a fucking shock. Folks got me just a tad bit fucked up, out here. That’s for me to deal with, though. Another football Sunday spent at work. Don’t ask me why. #GoRams.
Five weeks ago Mike Brown was murdered by #Ferguson piece of shit police officer Darren Wilson. Justice is nowhere close to being served. The police are still carrying out their hostility against protestors and incarcerating people who disagree with their continued brutality. Local government continues to ignore public outcry. Witness statements in support of the unarmed Mike Brown being in a surrender pose when he was killed have not quickened the process. But (white) convicted killers are being apprehended ALIVE, after escaping prison, like it’s nothing. In the same country where an unarmed (Black) teenager, who was in the act of surrender, wound up killed in cold blood, because he was deemed a threat by a scared white person. How is that even possible? (Racism.) America, what the fuck is happening?
Man, these greetings are lengthy, lol. Don’t mind it, though. Just waking up, I have time to reflect and gather my thoughts. Organization is key. Something is wrong. I pray it’s nothing serious, but I know everything isn’t alright. None of that should even be my focus. I have a short week ahead of me. Kinda wanna be alone and avoid large crowds. That won’t happen, but it’s what I want. Why lie? Let’s be extraordinary together. Peace to the Beautiful, Loved & Blessed.
And everybody knows that JJ Fad is devastating.
Wow! This is old school. #Vinyl
Man. We used to play this shit like we KNEW what the fuck they were talking about and agreed! SMH.
Those were the days.
Man, I used to trip when I would watch this video, lol. This song is actually on my iPod.
There’s plenty of lists with Native American actresses you can google yourself.
Gray eyes aren’t a white only trait, nor is Jennifer Lawrence a gray eyed gal. So please do shut up forever.
I have grey eyes, and from my highly unscientific observations, grey eyes are the third most common eye colour among NDNs, after black and brown. There’s even Grey Eyes as a surename among some NDNs.
But I digress. Throw some contact lenses on Q’orianka Kilcher, Keisha Castle-Huges or Jade Willoughby and you still have a better Katniss.
I have a cousin, who is “full blood, I mean her father, her mother, her grandparents, all Native. and by the Gods - she has green eyes, with hint of like light brown.
I have gray eyes. And I’m an Indian from the same area Katniss is from (Southern Appalachia), mixed like Katniss, and from a coal mining family like Katniss. My brother and cousin both have gray eyes too. And my cousin has a higher BQ than me. So.
The white person cast as Katniss doesn’t have the hair color or skin tone or eye color in the character description and this anon wants to know about NDN eye color.
Sounds like another case of misinformed white people on the internet #REACHING!
Just fuck. One time, wear each other out. I don’t even care if it’s angry sex in a 3-wall broom closet. Just do it, for the love of all things legal…FUCK!!!
And for fucks sake someone pull someone’s hair! I don’t even care who does it. Just do it. Please!
I am here for ALL. OF. THIS. Yaaaaaasssssssss! The sexual tension between these two is insane. Explore it— And use multiple episodes if you must. I’ll wait. 👀
On this day in music history: September 13, 1994 - “Ready To Die”, the debut album by The Notorious B.I.G. is released. Produced by DJ Premier, Sean “Puffy” Combs, Chucky Thompson, Easy Mo Bee, Lord Finesse, Poke, and Darnell Scott, it is recorded at The Hit Factory and D&D Recording Studios in New York City from Late 1993 - Mid 1994. Discovered by Uptown/MCA Records A&R man and producer Sean “Puffy” Combs in 1992 after he receives a demo tape from the Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, NY born rapper, B.I.G. will appear on a remixes of Mary J. Blige’s hits “Real Love”, “What’s The 411?” and release the single “Party And Bullsh*t” on Uptown/MCA, generating additional buzz on Biggie, but Combs will be fired by Uptown CEO Andre Harrell before they can make a full length album. Combs will quickly strike a deal with Arista Records chairman Clive Davis for his own label, establishing Bad Boy Records in 1993. B.I.G. will be the first artist signed to the label and they will go to work quickly on his first album. Assembling a team of some of the top Hip Hop producers including Easy Mo Bee, Poke (of The Trackmasters), and DJ Premier of Gang Starr, album will combine Biggie’s gift for often raw and very personal lyrics (often tempered with dark humor) with his one of a kind rhyme style. The album will praised as a triumph by critics and fans alike upon its release, successfully bridging the gap between the street, and more accessible and radio friendly tracks. It will be major critical and commercial success upon its release, spinning off three singles including “Juicy” (#3 Rap, #14 R&B. #27 Pop), “Big Poppa” (#1 Rap, #4 R&B, #6 Pop) and “One More Chance” (#1 Rap, #1 R&B, #2 Pop). The vinyl configuration of the album will be released initially as a single LP with the original cover artwork (of a baby meant to resemble B.I.G.), and is reissued as a 2 LP set with a current photo of Biggie on the front (copies came packaged with a mini poster of the album cover art). The album is remastered for its tenth anniversary in 2004, with the CD edition featuring a bonus DVD with the music videos of the singles originally released from it, and a previously unreleased live performance of “Unbelievable”. The double vinyl set (first issued in 1995), will be reissued in 2013 as a limited edition pressing for Record Store Day. “Ready To Die” will peak at number three on the Billboard R&B album chart, number fifteen on the Top 200, and is certified 4x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.
Wow. Ready To Die was released 20 years ago. That’s crazy.
On this day in music history: September 13, 1988 - “Power”, the second album by Ice-T is released. Produced by Afrika Islam, it is recorded at Syndicate West Studios in Los Angeles, CA from Autumn 1987 - Summer 1988. While his debut album “Rhyme Pays” is still climbing the charts, Ice-T will begin work on his sophomore release. Formerly a gang member and drug dealer, much like his first album, he will paint vivid pictures of his former lifestyle in the lyrics of his songs, while also warning against the consequences of living a fast and violent lifestyle. A point that will be miscontrued by many not looking beyond the surface, especially in songs like “High Rollers” (#9 Rap, #76 R&B), and the title track. The album will attract further controversy with its album cover art, featuring Ice-T’s then girlfriend (later ex-wife) Darlene Ortiz in a barely there white bikini, brandishing a shotgun, standing next to Ice and DJ Evil E. On the back cover, it is revealed that Ice and E are also holding guns behind their backs. In spite of the criticism, it will become Ice-T’s biggest selling album, spinning off two singles including “I’m Your Pusher” (#13 R&B). Original US vinyl LP’s will feature embossed cover graphics on the front of the jacket. “Power” will peak at number six on the Billboard R&B album chart, number thirty six on the Top 200, and is certified Platinum in the US by the RIAA.
Monumental rap release. And that cover was a conversation starter.