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* NEW RELEASE: FIBERGLASS KISSES (Soul, Electronic, Hip-Hop, Instrumentals) >>
* NEW RELEASE: MESHELL NDEGEOCELLO (R&B Soul/Jazz) >>
heyLove* Track of Choice >>
#9 "Be My Husband" ft. Valerie June
After the release of ‘Weather’, Meshell Ndegeocello releases her 10th album, ‘Pour une ame souveraine’ (For a sovereign soul). After a career of more than 20 years, Meshell Ndegeocello, the American singer-songwriter, rapper, bassist and vocalist and her musicians Chris Bruce (guitar), Jebin Bruni (keys), and Deantoni Parks (drums) recorded a tribute to Nina Simone and play some of the tracks made famous by the icon of black music. Meshell also invited a few guests to take part of this dedication to Nina Simone, such as Sinead O’Conner, Lizz Wright, Valerie June, Toshi Reagon and Cody ChesnuTT.
01. Please Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood
03. Real Real (feat. Toshi Reagon)
04. House Of The Rising Sun (feat. Toshi Reagon)
05. Turn Me On
06. Feelin’ Good
07. Don’t Take All Night (feat. Sinead O’Connor)
08. Nobody’s Fault But Mine (feat. Lizz Wright)
09. Be My Husband (feat. Valerie June)
10. Black Is The Color Of My True Love’s Hair (feat. Valerie June)
11. See Line Woman (feat. Tracy Wannomae)
12. Either Way I Lose
13. To Be Young, Gifted and Black (feat. Cody Chesnutt)
14. Four Women
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* MUSIC VIDEO: NAS FT. AMY WINEHOUSE (Hip-hop & Soul) >>
"I want someone who like the champagne I like
Someone to talk me off the bridge any day or night
She teach me how to live, she ain’t afraid of life..." - Nas
Can we just talk about how no one drops it like Nas? This song featuring Amy Winehouse is so soulful and the lyrics are beautifully haunting.
Produced by Salaam Remi, who introduced Nas to Amy and is a frequent collaborator with both, this is one of the LP’s standout tracks. Check it out. . . and pour a lil' Cherry Wine.
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* NEW MIX BY: DJ heyLove* >>
UNEARTHLY FLOWERS -<@ * TRACKLIST
(1) "Afro Blue" ft. Erykah Badu (9th Wonder Blue Light Basement Remix) -
Robert Glasper *
(2) "flowers." - Andrew Ashong *
(3) "Cherry Wine" ft. Amy Winehouse - Nas *
(4) "Maybe One Day" ft. Black Spade - Blu & Exile
(5) "Love Is You" (Cajual 20 Year Anniversary Mix) - Cajmere & Russoul
(6) "Be My Girl" ft. Manqoba - Invaders
(7) "Teka Teka (Heavy-K Remix)" - Infinite Boys
(8) "Nowhere Near (Afro Dj Pupo's African Jungle Remix)" - Blake Reary
(9) "Putty Boy Strut" - Flying Lotus *
(10) "I Need Love Feat. Ron Basejam (Morgan Geist's Love Dub)" -
(11) "Love to Love You Baby (Tom Novy & Pufo Remix)" - " Tom Tom Club
(12) "Indian Flute" - Timbaland
(13) "Pon Di Luv" - Modlee & Vlooper
(14) "Hip Pop" - Lunice
(15) "Palm of My Hand" - Foreign Beggars
(16) "Matimba ft zulu & Homeboyz Muzik (Homeboyz Hard Remix)" -
(17) "Khaba Lenja (Afro House)" - Dj Clap & Charlie
(18) "Tragito De Ron" - Chocolate Puma & Gregor Salton
(19) "B Boy Beef V2" - Slakah The Beatchild
(20) "Lamborghini Angels" - Lupe Fiasco
highly inspired by hip-hop, jazzy,
afro beat, soulful house,
heavy bassed out tracks...
. . ."unEarthLY fLoWeR$* -<@". . .
is meant to take you on a digital journey
touching all your ears taste buds...
just having fun with spacey sounds
on my spaceship*
let me know how you dig. . .
A LIL' MORE ABOUT THE MUSIC*
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* ALBUM COVER LOVE. . .
Every month iLove features album cover art from the past & present to appreciate how art and music go hand in hand.
Lush Life is an album credited to jazz musician John Coltrane, released in 1961 on Prestige Records, catalogue 7188. It is assembled from unissued results of three separate recording sessions at Van Gelder Studio in Hackensack, New Jersey in 1957 and 1958. As Coltrane's fame grew during the 1960s long after he had stopped recording for the label, Prestige used unissued recordings to create new marketable albums without Coltrane's input or approval. (Wikipedia)
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