Flashback Fridays

Flashback Friday: “Understanding” by Xscape

Flashback Friday: “Understanding” by Xscape

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I don’t know but I think I need to get a better “Understanding” on where R&B has went to and how to get it back.

Flashback Friday: “Give It 2 You” by Da Brat

Flashback Friday: “Give It 2 You” by Da Brat

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Twenty-one years later, Da Brat’s “Give It 2 You” still encompasses the groove and funk, which returned to today’s pop culture with the recent release of Kendrick Lamar’s sophomore album “To Pimp A Butterfly” and Thurz’s “Designer” EP.

Flashback Friday: Can’t Tell Me Nothing by Kanye West

Flashback Friday: Can’t Tell Me Nothing by Kanye West

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As a writer, when I first heard Kanye West’s “Can’t Tell Me Nothing”, instantly I fell in love.

Flashback Friday: “Doo-Wop (That Thing)” by Lauryn Hill

Flashback Friday: “Doo-Wop (That Thing)” by Lauryn Hill

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I have been a fan and supporter of the one and only Lauryn Hill ever since I laid eyes on her beauty.

Flashback Friday: “Time After Time” by Cyndi Lauper

Flashback Friday: “Time After Time” by Cyndi Lauper

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While my opinion of this track is pretty neutral, no one can deny how much of a respected American staple in music and pop culture it is.

Flashback Friday: “Red Red Wine” by UB40

Flashback Friday: “Red Red Wine” by UB40

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He was drinkin’. He was drinkin’.

Flashback Friday: “What They Really Want” by DMX featuring Sisqó

Flashback Friday: “What They Really Want” by DMX featuring Sisqó

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Did DMX ever find out what they really wanted from him?

Flashback Friday: “Bootylicious” by Destiny’s Child

Flashback Friday: “Bootylicious” by Destiny’s Child

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Let’s face it, the world needed Bootylicious.

Flashback Friday: “Unpretty” by TLC

Flashback Friday: “Unpretty” by TLC

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This song was pivotal for TLC. It really allowed them to reach out to more audiences and strongly connect with them while making an everlasting impression.

Flashback Friday: “Hot Spot” by Foxy Brown

Flashback Friday: “Hot Spot” by Foxy Brown

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We wonder which lyrics, specifically were written by JAY Z. Relive 1998 with Foxy Brown’s short-lived buzz worthy single, “Hot Spot”.