Thursday, October 1, 2009

Love Jones: "A Blues For Nina (Brotha To The Night)"

This is like my Number 2 favorite movie of all time (only after of "City Og God")....

One of the smoothest sections in the film. I had to post it cuz some girls I look like Mr. Tate the other day. With that being said, I watched "Love Jones" the other day and I been on this shit ever since...


Melody Ehsani Autumn/Winter 2009 Accessories Collection

Titled “Final Frontier” Melody Ehsani takes her Autumn/Winter 2009 accessories collection to a funky place where sci-fi and fashion meet. Geometric statement making pieces showcasing her signature edgy chic. Always feminine, modern & sexy!

True definition of "burning money"
Sweet kiss goodbye.

Consequence: "Whatever You Want" (feat. John Legend & Kanye West)

I'm pretty sure Kanye made this beat... I just get that feeling. But if not, whoever did, he made a decent "Kanye beat"....

Here's what The Fader had to say:

"Alright, let’s say you’re Consequence. You’re the ultimate G.O.O.D. team player, you happily give Kanye your best lyrics, you never complain when you’re own album gets little support and you never blow up any spots that aren’t meant to be blown. At least that’s how it will be as long as Kanye, John and Hype continue to fly you down to Miami to shoot consumer cam videos with megababes. And free drinks."

(Duly noted. I agree.)

Astrud Gilberto: "The Girl From Ipanema"

I'm so in love with this track. This song is from the 1964 album "Getz/Gilberto" by Stan Getz & João Gilberto. The music video is from the 1964 film "Get Yourself a College Girl".... Though I've never seen the flick, I was told that the music video is like an actual scene from the movie.... Now I got a few ideas!!! LOL

Vitalic: "Poison Lips"

"The return of Vitalic also apparently means the return of sleazy dance music. Granted, it hasn’t been as long as it feels since the Ed Banger crew dominated the booze-soaked crusty electronic circuit, but there’s something somehow fresh about this song. Maybe it’s the way Vitalic’s galloping synths are paired with those airy vocals, like you know listening to this song is a bad idea but you just can’t stop. Basically it looks like we’re saying this is drug music for dirty old men, and despite the weird/gross connotations that brings, it’s actually a pretty awesome niche to reside in. Watch the video up above to see a bunch of expressionless women smear lipstick on each other."~ The Fader