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"She appeared in the distance, like a prayer I had uttered once.

She appeared in my life, like a dream, only have remembered.

She entered my heart, stayed a while.

She entered my heart, stayed a while, made me the smile then gone.

Gone from my life, yeah..

I heard her love was like a burning flame of desire.. desire.

Baby, just set my body free.

Make me free to love.

Make me free to know, how it feels, to be loved.”

— 1 year ago
#Jose James  #Jose  #James  #Jazz  #Desire  #Love  #Lyrics  #Soul  #Beautiful  #Sound  #Music  #Real  #Youtube  #The Dreamer 

Another day. Another dollar.

— 2 years ago with 1 note
#video  #wale  #jeremih  #rick ross  #that way  #music  #artist 

princearies:

Here it is, the final episode of Distortion 2 Static. Thank you to everyone that helped us celebrate 10 years on Saturday at Mighty, what a great way to go out. On to the next!

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— 2 years ago with 1 note
#Distortion 2 Static  #last episode  #10 years  #ten  #years  #people  #bay area  #san francisco  #city  #tv  #show  #television  #vision  #men of vision  #music  #artist  #artist  #art  #creative  #information  #group 

I’m just sayin’, you could do better

— 2 years ago with 2 notes
#music video  #drake  #artist  #music  #marvins room  #lyrics 
nationalpost:

Culture Club: Kanye & Jay-Z, bearers of the throneWatch the Throne, the record released digitally on Monday by Kanye West and Jay-Z, is not only one of the year’s most anticipated releases, but may also be the precursor of a potentially disturbing new trend: the return of the supergroup. With Mick Jagger in the studio with Joss Stone and Damian Marley, and Dave Grohl and Jack White making music with everyone, we wondered: Are we about to see a new wave of supergroups take over the Billboard charts? And if so, is that a good thing? (Illustration by Kagan McLeod)

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Culture Club: Kanye & Jay-Z, bearers of the throne
Watch the Throne, the record released digitally on Monday by Kanye West and Jay-Z, is not only one of the year’s most anticipated releases, but may also be the precursor of a potentially disturbing new trend: the return of the supergroup. With Mick Jagger in the studio with Joss Stone and Damian Marley, and Dave Grohl and Jack White making music with everyone, we wondered: Are we about to see a new wave of supergroups take over the Billboard charts? And if so, is that a good thing? (Illustration by Kagan McLeod)

— 2 years ago with 32 notes
#Jay-Z  #Kanye West  #Watch the Throne  #music  #Kagan McLeod  #Illustration  #supergroup  #hip hop