LINK TO THE VIDEO I never got into Janelle Monae as much as I should have.
LINK TO THE VIDEO I’m an eighties kid so this will always be the gold standard version of this song.
LINK TO THE VIDEO I went through a very short but intense Fleetwood Mac phase when I was younger.
LINK TO THE VIDEO Forgive the video quality, looks like I recorded this off a TV with a camcorder in the 90s.
LINK TO THE VIDEO I was lucky enough to see the Arctic Monkeys at Glastonbury when they were touring their first album. I’ve seen quite a few bands live but honestly this set was one of the best.
LINK TO THE VIDEO Now when I went to see The Streets, I just went for something to do. I wasn’t a fan but a night out in Yorkshire with one of my very good, old friends, a gig and lots of alcohol, I was in! It didn’t take long for me to become a fan, about 10 minutes into the concert. They were so different live than what I’d heard on the radio.
LINK TO THE VIDEO There aren’t that many black people in alternative music. We almost always get pigeonholed into hip hop, RnB, reggae etc. and as much as I love all those styles and that was what I was brought up on, I love most styles of music. I can’t quite get with Trance or Death Metal but pretty much everything in between I can appreciate for what it is.
LINK TO THE VIDEO This is actually one of my favourite Rihanna songs. I don’t really every remember it coming out or being big like some of her other songs but the video in particular gets me every time.
LINK TO THE VIDEO When it comes to uplifting songs, this is one of the best of modern times in my humble opinion. It’s such a good message for young boys and girls and even old ladies like me. I also like to pretend I can sing and belt it out like a diva. Move over Miss J! Follow me on YouTube to watch the whole playlist. So here it goes, press play, listen and love it. Let’s keep growing! xx Lee xx Comments welcome below. Hey, why not follow this blog! There should be some follow buttons somewhere…
LINK TO THE VIDEO Do you remember that time when Eminem was literally the most important person in whole entire world of music? I even bought Angry Blonde which was a book about his songs, the lyrics, the inspirations. I loved him but I had friends that were obsessed with him. The way these young whipper snappers are obsessed with One Direction, Fifth Harmony, Taylor Swift and even Queen Bey. I bet if we had Twitter then, they would have been hardcore trolls for him, haha, thank goodness for growing up in the Dark Ages! Follow me on YouTube to…