...bringing SEXY blogs back.

...bringing SEXY blogs back.


SEXYBLACK DOWNLOAD: Dan-e-o's "Immortal" EP

Dan-e-o is not only one of the premier lyricists in the whole nation of Cana-d-a, he is also a friend.  This right here is the type of flow and swag I've been waiting for from him.  Have a listen, and if you like this amazeballs 6-track EP, go one and download it for FREE.  Make your music collection shine that much brighter.  Press play and become Immortal:



What's old is new again... seems like everything comes back around.  Whatchu know 'bout Robocop?
Sidenote:  I auditioned for a role in this movie, it was shot here.  I didn't get it... obvi.  Not mad at that, the release date is Feb 2014 (and we all know what that means).


SEXYBLACK THROWBACK: Take 6 performs "You Can Never Ask Too Much Of Love" with David Foster

Some people don't know that Take 6 is the best acapella group of all time.  In this performance, they got a little help from some instruments (David Foster on the keys), but you can still hear the skill and this is one of their most beautiful songs.  Enjoy:


John Legend's "Made To Love" Music Video

Although, I'm not too keen on the song, the video is hauntingly beautiful:

Love In the Future is in stores on September 3.

Tamia & Grant Hill cover Frank Ocean's "Thinkin' 'Bout You"

Tamia.  Is.  The.  Best.
Guess we know what Grant Hill plans to do with retirement.

Marques Houston's "Only You" Music Video

The album is not bad.  On this standout track, Marques takes on a classic Marvin Gaye hit and makes it his own.  Check out "Only You":

SEXYBLACK THROWBACK #2: Prince's "Little Red Corvette"

...baby, you're just too fast.
Can you believe there are still some people in the world who don't get this??... I feel sorry for them.

Sniped at Guavaleaf.com


SEXYBLACK THROWBACK: Boyz II Men performs "It's So Hard To Say Goodbye" on Arsenio

First, this was an amazing time for black music.  There was Motown, and then there was the 90s.  People of different ages that I talk to, all know about the emergence of urban music in the 90s.  We remember it fondly, some of us more than others.  I wish, so much, that the vibe, the feeling, the freshness of the music of that time could come back on a global scale.
Second, the TV show that helped fuel the phenomenon returns this month.  Arsenio Hall had me begging my parents to let me stay up late to watch, Boyz II Men, Jodeci, New Edition, and so many of my other heroes.  If Arsenio does anything upon his renaissance, I hope he stays true to the spirit and leadership he had in bringing real music to the masses.