You know, I was just minding my own business while scrolling through my Facebook news feed, when this headline caught my eye: “Apple Quietly Discontinued The iPod Classic This Week.” SAY WHAT???? How in the H-E-L-L are you going to stop making the one product that started all this “i” madness? Reading the article at… Read More What you talkin’ about Apple?
Al B. Sure’s Nite and Day While looking for something to watch on television recently (with the 200+ channels my cable company forces me to have, one would think it would be easy to find something good to watch, but that simply isn’t the case). Anyway, I paused on Centric because the station was playing… Read More Al B. Sure and those faces
On Aug. 5 I had the distinct pleasure of being in attendance at one of the loudest performances ever at AT&T Park in San Francisco. Only Single Ladies singer Beyoncé and Dirt Off Your Shoulder rapper Jay Z could stroll into town and be heard for miles away from the venue. That’s the kind of… Read More On The Run – now what?
It’s 1984. I’m in the 4th grade and in absolute L-O-V-E with New Edition. Their posters line the walls – and ceiling – of my bedroom. I was – and still am – a true fanatic when it comes to NE. Every morning, I would wake to the smiling faces of Ronnie DeVoe, Bobby Brown, Ricky… Read More I’m still am, and will forever be, in love with New Edition
Welcome to my first “Retro Classic!” To kick things off, I want to highlight a song from the late, great Teddy Pendergrass. I very rarely listen to the radio anymore. Once the old 102.9 KBLX became “new” a few years ago, (translation, they had to compete so they switched up the format) I, in turn,… Read More Teddy wants you at his place
First I’d like to say that this posting makes my 100th blog! Thanks to all of you for following and sticking with Soul Musings Corner. Now that TV One is set to resume new episodes of Unsung on July 30, I figured now would be a good time to post part two of who I… Read More And the next ‘Unsung’ should be . . . part deux
If you ever attend a Jill Scott show expecting to hear her sing songs exactly as they are on her albums, you will always be disappointed. Every. Single. Time. And that is one of the main reasons I continue to pay to see Jilly from Philly – I’m guaranteed a new and highly entertaining show… Read More Jill Scott is the epitome of a grown woman