Yesterday I was listening to one of those cable channels that streams music. You know the ones that you feel like should show videos; cause the playlist is off the chain but they only broadcast the song's or album's credits.
All of a sudden Letoya Luckett's "She Don't" comes on. I was in the other room and not looking at the screen.
I immediately thought it was Sunshine Anderson's "Something I Wanna Give You". My friend who is a producer working on the Sunshine Anderson remix said that she is Music World's response to Letoya Luckett.
Watch Sunshine's video for "Something I wanna Give You"
It wasn't a long conversation. It was actually a passing comment as he milled about the studio and later started tweaking the raw vocals.
Watch Letoya's "She Don't"
Originally it went over my head, but that's been sticking in my craw.
But while you were considering us a bunch of haters and thinking we are always starting some shit, we're surprised Danity Kane moved more units than Diddy and compiling our
5. Diddy ft Keyshia Cole - "Last Night"
Keyshia's vocal performance ain't to be fucked with!
(COME ON KSH! Do It Do it Do it Do it)
4. Boney James ft. Faith Evans - "Gonna Get It"
Why can Faith Evans make other people's shit hot and can't really pop off her own stuff? Love this Boney James and check out the CD Shine from Boney that also features something from Dwele, George Benson and Ann Nesby (Sounds of Blackness)
Click here to listen.
3. John Legend - "Heaven Only Knows"
This Kanye West endorsed joint is John's second single and the video is said to be released any day now.
2. Kelly Price - "Healing"
Kelly Price released This Is Who I Am this week. The first single, "Healing," is an extension of an interlude from her first single. Click here to listen.
1. Omarion - "Obsession"
Omarion may be damn near 22 by the time his sophomore CD 21 is released, but like last time, Pharrell can save the day. "Obsession" is great dance joint if "Icebox" gives you a brain freeze.
Lastly, Ciara released her new video for "Promise" check that out and make note of the dark theme that follows "Get Up". Can you say "Rhythm Nation" era? I ain't mad. That blueprint has built quite a brick house.