How is this possible. Literally he's like a brother to me.. like it's not about me crushing on him.. this is @joshhenderson the STAR OF MY NEW SHOW @the_arrangement for @eentertainment and he still blows me away with HOW HANDSOME HE IS . LIKE REALLY? HOW IS HE REAL? I MISS U JOSH. omg. #babymakingjeans#ushouldpopulatetheworldwithyourface#yesimnuts#KYLEWEST @homemademimi @jsneaky8
#fashionpolice @eentertainment @the_arrangement look at me two leads on FASHION POLICE! THE NEW IT COUPLE! I'm so excited for the fashion I hope your are too. My crew and I worked so hard on this show.. non stop. We never backed down from bringing the #alist game!! #KYLEWEST#meganmorrison @joshhenderson @missevangelista
Next Saturday, 12/23/17
The Blank Canvas Atlanta
321 Nelson St SW
@djtoratora and I invite you to the slickest holiday party in Atlanta. We will celebrate the New Jack Swing era dominated by super label @uptown_records_ . We're impacting the lives of children at Powerful Beginnings Transition home by delivering unwrapped toys donated by you. Info
@Regranned from @uptown_records_ - 👑Finesse & Synquis👑
#uptownmca#uptownrecords#finesseandsynquis#kylewest#djeddief#andreharrell#hiphop#music#culture - #regrann
New at www.grownfolksmusic.com: INSIDE THE ALBUM PODCAST - AL B. SURE "SEXY VERSUS" PT. 1 OF 2
GFM’s DJKKC and The Love Man go in-depth in part one of their two part discussion of Sexy Versus the third studio release from Al B. Sure! In this episode Al’s production work with the likes of Jodeci, Tevin Campbell as well as his own projects leading up to the release of “Sexy Versus”. We are releasing this podcast today in honor of the lead single “Right Now” being the #1 R&B single on October 31, 1992!
1992 was an interesting year on the R&B singles chart as it was the last year of the decade that had what I refer to as real diversity in the number of different artists to reach number one. In 1992 there were 28 different artists that hit #1 . The following year in 1993 there were 13. This is a trend that would continue throughout the decade and at points would even reach the single digit artist representation numbers that we see on the charts today. I wanted to make a point of this trend because what I believe it shows is that the more homogeneous music becomes through very tight playlisting ultimately the music and folks who love music suffer. Why? Because everyone wants to be number one and if people are lead to believe that there’s only one sound that can get you there what do you think the end result will be? That’s right, a lot of folks emulating what they think the people want to hear.
Sexy Versus and “Right Now” do not occupy that space. This is an album and a recording where Al B. Sure! was concerned with what he had to say as opposed to what people were telling him that people needed to hear. Fortunately for all of us, Al was right.