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Sunny Jackson is a Los Angeles based poet, emcee, and humanitarian promoting positivity through music and the art of expression. With a rare ability to relate to people of diverse backgrounds he embodies the raw essence of rhythm and poetry in a way that taps directly into the soul of true hip hop listeners. His never ending arsenal of heart-felt topics and hard hitting lyrics have made him one of the West coast's most sought out artist to ever display the level of talent he provides to the masses. Sunny Jackson is a wordsmith skilled in the art of written rhyme. A craft he believes provides food for thought and nurtures the soul of every listener with an appetite for true to life music. His music is a written testament of trials and issues relative to everyday living, carefully worded to speak directly to the heart of his listeners. Sunny Jackson's influences include jazz, neo soul, funk, disco, and of course "true school" hip-hop. - *******sunnyjacksonmusic****/ - *******thebartersystem.blogspot****/
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********www.youtube****/watch?v=ccW1gBfLl2w - New Rapper B.Will has been featured as a top rap artist, has just released one of the best underground rap mix tapes ever heard. The highly anticipated mix tape "Far From Home II, features his first single off the project "My Love For This" featuring neo soul artist J-Bright who is also a talented hip hop artist. B.Will is a rap artist who has been compared to some of the greatest hip hop artists ever, such as Tupac, J.Cole, Common, Ja rule. To listen to the entire mix tape and to get free rap music downloads of his songs go to.
17 May 2013
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Song called For Real by Amel Larrieux, taken from her Bravebird album. A classic neo soul track from 2004.
25 Aug 2008
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Tashan was one of those artists from the mid 80's to early 90's who didn't fit into the era. He was somewhat close to what people would label as neo-soul today. His first two albums Chasin A Dream and On The Horizon were released in 1986 and 1989 respectively, which were great album that didn't make noise in the world of R&B at the time. In 1993, He released his final album For Love's Sake including the first single "Love Is Forever" that went for a more New Jack Swing sound. Unfortunately ...
25 Apr 2009
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Korean neo-soul pop-rap
25 Jun 2009
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Macy Gray (6 de septiembre de 1967 en Ohio) es una cantante estadounidense de R&B y neo soul y actriz. Su verdadero nombre es Natalie Renee McIntyre. Comenzó su carrera profesional en Los Ángeles el año 2000. Sus éxitos fueron "I've Committed Murder" y "Why Didn't You Call Me?". En el año 2001 gana el Grammy como "mejor intérprete pop femenino" por la canción "I Try", también estuvo nominada a "canción del año" y "álbum del año". Su debut como actriz fue en el año 2002 con las películas Training Day y Spiderman. Macy Gray trabajó con Carlos Santana en su álbum "Shaman" antes de sacar "The Trouble with Being Myself" en el 2003.
27 Jan 2010
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"You Know I'm No Good" is the second single from Amy Winehouse's second studio album, Back to Black (2006). The track follows in the footsteps of Winehouse's previous singles of a mix of jazz and R&B with her soulful, raspy vocals and this time hip hop-inspired beats over it. Recorded solo, and then again with guest vocals from Wu-Tang Clan member Ghostface Killah, the original appeared on Winehouse's album, and the version featuring Ghostface Killah appears on his album, More Fish. Arctic Monkeys covered this song on Jo Whiley's Live Lounge on BBC Radio 1 in their second appearance there, along with their single at the time, "Brianstorm". In the summer of 2007, "You Know I'm No Good" was also incorporated into ads for AMC's TV drama Mad Men, as well as the opening to ITV's Secret Diary of a Call Girl. On the recap of The Best Songs of 2007 by Entertainment Weekly magazine, this song ranked at number two.[1] List of awards and nominations received by Amy Winehouse 2004 - Ivor Novello Awards Stronger Than Me - Best Contemp. Song Mus. & Lyrically 2007 - MOBO Awards Best UK Female 2007 - MOJO Awards Rehab- Song of the Year 2007 - MTV Europe Music Awards Artist's Choice 2007 - Popjustice £20 Music Prize Rehab -Best British Pop Single of the Year 2007 - Q Awards Back to Black- Best Album 2007 - Vodafone Live Music Awards Best Female 2007 - Elle Style AwardsBest British Music Act 2007 - BRIT AwardsBest Female Solo Artist 2008 - Vibe AwardsBest Neo-Soul Act 2008 - World Music Awards -Best Selling Pop/Rock Female 2008 - Meteor Music AwardsBest International Female 2008 - Ivor Novello Awards Best Song Musically & Lyrically- You Know I'm No Good 2008 - Ivor Novello Awards Best Song Musically & Lyrically - Love Is a Losing Game 2008 - Grammy AwardsRecord of the Year 2008 - Grammy AwardsSong of the Year 2008 - Grammy AwardsBest Female Pop Vocal Performance 2008 - Grammy AwardsBest New Artist 2008 - Grammy AwardsBest Pop Vocal Album - Back to Black 2009 - NME AwardsWorst Dressed 2009 - Echo Music AwardsAlbum of the Year 2009 - Echo Music AwardsBest International Female Artist Rock/Pop
13 Aug 2010
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Jazmine Sullivan Best Friend,I need you bad,break my little heart,hooked on you,wrong day,silent tears,missy elliot,neo soul,underrated,unheard,rare
4 Oct 2011
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Gil Scott-Heron (born April 1, 1949 -- May 27, 2011) was an American poet, musician, and author known primarily for his late 1960s and early 1970s work as a spoken word soul performer and his collaborative work with musician Brian Jackson. His collaborative efforts with Jackson featured a musical fusion of jazz, blues and soul music, as well as lyrical content concerning social and political issues of the time, delivered in both rapping and melismatic vocal styles by Scott-Heron. The music of these albums, most notably Pieces of a Man and Winter in America in the early 1970s, influenced and helped engender later African-American music genres such as hip hop and neo soul. Scott-Heron's recording work is often associated with black militant activism and has received much critical acclaim for one of his most well-known compositions "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised". On his influence, a music writer later noted that "Scott-Heron's unique proto-rap style influenced a generation of hip-hop artists". Winter in America is a studio album by American soul musician and poet Gil Scott-Heron and musician Brian Jackson, released in May 1974 on Strata-East Records. Recording sessions for the album took place on three recording dates in September and October of 1973 at D&B Sound Studio in Silver Springs, Maryland. The album served as the third collaboration effort by Scott-Heron and Jackson following the latter's contributions on Pieces of a Man and Free Will. As the first record produced by the two musicians, it was also the first of their work together to have Jackson receive co-billing for a release. The album features introspective and socially-conscious lyrical content by Scott-Heron and mellow instrumentation and soundscape stylistically rooted in jazz and the blues, which produced a fusion of bluesy jazz-based vocals and Jackson's free jazz arrangements. The album is also one of the earliest known studio releases to contain proto-rap elements such as a stripped-down production style and spoken word-vocalization. Heron's father Gil Heron (1922 - 27 November, 2008) was a Jamaican footballer/soccer player. He was the first black player to play for Scottish club Celtic FC after being invited on a trial in 1951. Heron went on to score on his debut, on August 18, 1951 in a League Cup tie against Morton that Celtic won 2-0.
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From the 1993 album Always You produced by thelegendary Thom Bell & James Ingram James Ingram is definitely in my top ten list of Favorite Male Singers I still can't understand why he never got as much succes with his albums as he did with his duets/movie songs. So here are finally some more songs by this IMHO phenomenal singer. Some might be posted already but since we can post bigger files now i am trying to up the best sound quality as possible Biography Source Wikipedia James Ingram began his career in the 1970s as part of the band Revelation Funk with Bernard Lawson, Sr., also from Akron. During this time, Ingram developed a reputation in the Los Angeles area as a session vocalist, and came to the attention of ex-Motown songwriter and producer Lamont Dozier. Dozier invited Ingram to contribute vocals to some material; one such song, "Love's Calling," garnered some airplay. The remainder of the material surfaced in 1980 on the album Zingara. In 1981, Ingram provided the vocals to "Just Once" and "One Hundred Ways" on Quincy Jones's album The Dude. He won a Grammy award for best R&B vocal performance for his work on this album. Ingram's debut album, It's Your Night, appeared in 1983, including the ballad "There's No Easy Way." He also worked with other notable R&B artists such as Ray Charles, Anita Baker, Viktor Lazlo, Nancy Wilson, Natalie Cole, and Kenny Rogers. In 1990, he scored a No. 1 hit on the pop charts with the love ballad "I Don't Have the Heart" from his It's Real album. But Ingram was best known throughout the decade for his hit collaborations. He went to No. 1 on the pop charts with Patti Austin on "Baby, Come to Me", a song made popular on TV's General Hospital. A second Austin--Ingram duet, "How Do You Keep the Music Playing?", was featured in the movie Best Friends and earned an Oscar nomination. A few years later, he won a 1985 Grammy Award for "Yah Mo B There", a duet with Michael McDonald. And he teamed up with Kenny Rogers and Kim Carnes for the Top 40 ballad "What About Me?" in 1984. In 1985, he participated in the charity single "We Are the World". In 1987, he teamed with American vocalist Linda Ronstadt, and had a US Pop No. 2 Hit with "Somewhere Out There", the theme from the animated feature film An American Tail. The song garnered Grammy and Academy Award nominations and was certified gold (over 500,000 U.S. copies sold) by the RIAA. Ingram performed two solos on the 1985 recording and video of "We Are the World". He also co-wrote "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)" which was recorded by Michael Jackson on his blockbuster Thriller. In the 1990s, his highest-profile team-up came again with Quincy Jones, on the song "The Secret Garden". This song also featured vocals by Barry White, El Debarge and Al B. Sure! Soundtrack songs were popular for Ingram in the 1990s. From the movie Sarafina! came "One More Time", and from City Slickers came "Where Did My Heart Go?" His 1994 composition "The Day I Fall in Love", which he dueted with Dolly Parton, was the theme song for the movie Beethoven's 2nd and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song. During the summer of 2004, Ingram participated in the U.S. television reality show Celebrity Duets as a duet partner. The show combined professional vocalists, of different musical genre, with entertainers of different backgrounds in a weekly elimination competition. In 2006, he and neo-soul singer Angie Stone teamed up on "My People". In 2008 James released his 5th Album Stand (in The Light) 1983 It's Your Night 1986 Never Felt So Good 1989 It's Real 1993 Always You 2008 Stand (In the Light)
25 Oct 2012
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A surprise duet composed of 2BiC and Davichi... getting together with [On nights like this] Having made their spectacular debut with the praise by Shin Seung-Hoon, 2BiC is now rising as the men for the beautiful female duet Davichi. Having gained popularity for their 3-step high notes and 10-step embellishments in their debut song "Made yet another woman cry", 2BiC is releasing the duet song [On nights like this] with the female duo Davichi, boasting of a fantastic harmony. They are attracting a lot of attention as the representative vocal groups of both male and female duets. This coming together was made possible by the composer Cho Young-Soo. Cho Young-Soo will be releasing the song [On nights like this] by 2BiC and Davichi in his signature album "All Star" on the 18th. [On nights like this] is a neo soul music of Miami hip-hop style sounds, in which the beautiful pop-like melody creates an exquisite harmony with the touching lyrics. Moreover, the vocal match between the vocal groups 2BiC and Davichi, who feature the best vocal skills in neo soul, is also worth noting. 2BiC&Davichi(ツビク&ダビチ) _ オヌルガトン・バムイミョン(今日のような夜には) ツビク(2BiC)&ダビチ、驚くべきデュエット結成...[今日のような夜には] 歌手シン・スンフンの絶賛の中、派手にデビューした新人グループツビク(2BiC)が、今回は美貌の女性デュオ、ダビチの男になって帰ってきた。 デビュー曲「また、女を泣かせた」を通じ3段高音や10段こぶしなど嵐のような歌唱力で話題を集めたツビク(2BiC)が、女性デュオ、ダビチとデュエット曲[今日のような夜には]を発表して幻想のハーモニーを誇る。実際ツビク(2BiC)とダビチの出会いは、歌謡界の実力派男女デュオを代表するボーカルグループとして注目を集めている。彼らの出会いは作曲家チョ・ヨンスの肝いりで実現した。作曲家チョ・ヨンスは、自分のシグネチャアルバム[オールスター]を通じ、ツビク(2BiC)とダビチのデュエット曲[今日のような夜には]を来る18日初公開する。 実力派グループツビク(2BiC)とダビチが呼吸を合わせた[今日のような夜には]は、マイアミヒップホップスタイルサウンドのネオソウル音楽で、ポップらしい美しいメロディーと胸がじいんとする歌詞が一団となって幻想のハーモニーを見せている。さらにツビク(2BiC)とダビチの音楽色とは違う新たなネオソウル・ジャンルで、最高の歌唱力を誇る男女ボーカルグループ、ツビク(2BiC)とダビチのボーカル対決も見所だ。 투빅(2BiC)&다비치, 깜짝 듀엣 결성...[오늘같은 밤이면] 입맞춤 가수 신승훈의 극찬 속에 화려하게 데뷔한 신인그룹 투빅(2BiC)이 이번에는 미모의 여성듀오 다비치의 남자로 떠올랐다. 데뷔곡 '또 한 여잘 울렸어'를 통해 3단고음 10단꺽기 등 폭풍 가창력으로 화제를 모았던 투빅(2BiC)은 여성듀오 다비치와 함께 듀엣곡 [오늘같은 밤이면]을 발표하며 환상의 하모니를 자랑했다. 실제 투빅(2BiC)과 다비치의 만남은 가요계 실력파 남녀 듀오를 대표하는 보컬그룹이라 더욱 눈길을 모으고 있다. 특히 이들의 만남은 작곡가 조영수의 주선으로 성사됐다. 작곡가 조영수는 자신의 시그니처 앨범 '올스타'를 통해 투빅(2BiC)과 다비치의 듀엣곡 [오늘같은 밤이면]을 오는 18일 첫 공개한다. 실력파 그룹 투빅(2BiC)과 다비치가 호흡을 맞춘 [오늘같은 밤이면]은 마이애미 힙합 스타일 사운드의 네오 소울 음악으로 팝스럽고 아름다운 멜로디와 가슴 찡한 가사가 어우러져 환상의 하모니로 탄생했다. 더욱이 그 동안 투빅(2BiC)과 다비치의 음악 색깔과는 다른 새로운 네오 소울의 장르로 최고의 가창력을 자랑하는 남녀 보컬그룹 투빅(2BiC)과 다비치의 보컬대결도 눈여겨 볼만하다.
25 Nov 2012
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Gil Scott-Heron (born April 1, 1949 - May 27, 2011) was an American poet, musician, and author known primarily for his late 1960s and early 1970s work as a spoken word soul performer and his collaborative work with musician Brian Jackson. His collaborative efforts with Jackson featured a musical fusion of jazz, blues and soul music, as well as lyrical content concerning social and political issues of the time, delivered in both rapping and melismatic vocal styles by Scott-Heron. The music of these albums, most notably Pieces of a Man and Winter in America in the early 1970s, influenced and helped engender later African-American music genres such as hip hop and neo soul. Scott-Heron's recording work is often associated with black militant activism and has received much critical acclaim for one of his most well-known compositions "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised". On his influence, a music writer later noted that "Scott-Heron's unique proto-rap style influenced a generation of hip-hop artists". Heron's father Gil Heron (1922 - 27 November, 2008) was a Jamaican footballer/soccer player. He was the first black player to play for Scottish club Celtic FC after being invited on a trial in 1951. Heron went on to score on his debut, on August 18, 1951 in a League Cup tie against Morton that Celtic won 2-0. Home Is Where the Hatred Is" is taken from the 1971 album "Pieces of a Man". It is a melodic, somber composition of the narrator's dangerous and hopeless environment, presumably of the ghetto, and how its effects take a toll on him. Scott-Heron's lyrics demonstrate these themes of social disillusionment and hopelessness in the first verse and the chorus:
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ดาวน์โหลดเพลงนี้ กด *123 1028502 3 แล้วกดโทรออก [For Thailand only] สำหรับผู้ใช้ไอโฟน กรุณาโหลดแอพ 123Grammy ใน App Store ซื้อ CD อัลบั้มนี้ออนไลน์ ที่ *******j.mp/A5iSOk Music Video เพลง "คืนนี้" (Tonight) จาก Jetset'er ศิลปินกลุ่ม Neo Soul สี่หนุ่มอารมณ์ดี เพลง : คืนนี้ (Tonight) เนื้อร้อง/ทำนอง : Ojet's เรียบเรียง : Jetset'er อัลบั้ม : JET'S ศิลปิน : Jetset'er (เจ็ทเซ็ตเตอร์) สังกัด : สนามหลวงมิวสิก ผู้กำกับมิวสิกวิดีโอ : Pimkamala ดาวน์โหลดเพลงของ Jetset'er กด *1230156 แล้วกดโทรออก (นาทีละ 5 บาท ไม่ร่วมค่าดาวน์โหลด) ------------------------------------------------------------ เนื้อเพลง "คืนนี้ (Tonight)" ไม่รู้ว่าเป็นไปเพราะค่ำคืน ไม่รู้ว่าเป็นไปเพราะแสงดาว ที่ทำให้ฉันเป็นอย่างนี้ ต้องคิดถึงเธอหมดหัวใจ ไม่รู้ว่าเป็นไปเพราะสายลม ที่พัดพาเอาใจฉันไป บรรยากาศแบบนี้ช่างทำให้ใจหวั่นไหว อดคิดถึงไม่ได้ต้องบอกเธอ แต่อย่าเพิ่งถาม หาเลยเหตุผล ที่ทำให้ฉันนั้นเสียอาการ ต้านทานไม่ไหว ในแรงดึงดูดของเธอ ที่ทำให้ฉันเผลอไป (You make me feel so high) เปล่าเปลี่ยวในใจกว่าทุกที แค่ในคืนนี้ ฉันต้องการจะรู้ว่าเธออยู่หนใด อยากให้รู้ตัวเอาไว้ ว่ามีใครคิดถึง หวังเพียงเธอจะซึ้งถึงใจที่มี ฉันต้องการเธอที่สุดในคืนนี้ (Oh Baby) แต่อย่าเพิ่งถาม หาเลยเหตุผล ที่ทำให้ฉันนั้นเสียอาการ ต้านทานไม่ไหว ในแรงดึงดูดของเธอ ที่ทำให้ฉันเผลอไป (You make me feel so high) เปล่าเปลี่ยวในใจกว่าทุกที แค่ในคืนนี้ ฉันต้องการจะรู้ว่าเธออยู่หนใด อยากให้รู้ตัวเอาไว้ ว่ามีใครคิดถึง หวังเพียงเธอจะซึ้งถึงใจที่มี ฉันต้องการเธอที่สุดในคืนนี้ วอนให้สายลมช่วยพัดพาบทเพลงนี้ไป (ฮืม....) ให้ถึงเธอ แค่ในคืนนี้ ฉันต้องการจะรู้ว่าเธออยู่หนใด อยากให้รู้ตัวเอาไว้ ว่ามีใครคิดถึง หวังเพียงเธอจะซึ้งถึงใจที่มี ฉันต้องการเธอที่สุดในคืนนี้ (Oh Baby) ฉันต้องการเธอที่สุดในคืนนี้ จนจักรวาลแห่งนี้ไม่มีใคร ที่ฉันต้องการไปมากกว่าเธอ ติดตามข่าวสารเพิ่มเติม ที่ *******facebook****/Jetseter *******facebook****/SanamluangPage
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"TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia)" was a 1974 number one hit, and winner of the 1974 Grammy for Best R&B Instrumental Performance, by MFSB (Mother, Father, Sister, Brother) featuring vocals by The Three Degrees. It was written by Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff as the theme for the American musical television program "Soul Train". The single was released on the Philadelphia International label, and it was considered by some critics to be the first disco song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was essentially an instrumental piece, featuring a lush blend of strings and horns in the Philadelphia soul style. There were only two vocal parts to the song: a passage close to the beginning during which The Three Degrees sing "People all over the world!"; and the chorus over the fadeout, "Let's get it on/It's time to get down". The version heard on "Soul Train" also had the series' title sung over the first four notes of the melody. "TSOP" hit number one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in the spring of 1974 and remained there for two weeks, and also topped the American R&B chart and the adult contemporary chart. Don Cornelius, the creator and host of "Soul Train", refused to allow any references to the name of the TV series when the single was released, requiring Gamble and Huff to adopt the alternate title for the release. Although various different themes were used during the late 1970s and early 1980s, "TSOP" returned in the late 1980s and remained the theme song for "Soul Train" through the disco, 1980s R&B, new jack swing, hip-hop, and neo soul eras of black music. MFSB (Mother Father Sister Brother) was a pool of more than thirty studio musicians based at Philadelphia's famed Sigma Sound Studios. They worked closely with Gamble and Huff and producer/arranger Thom Bell, and backed up such groups as Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes, The O'Jays, The Stylistics, The Spinners, Wilson Pickett, and Billy Paul. In 1972, MFSB began recording as a named act for the Philadelphia International label. MFSB originated the signature smooth 'Philly soul' sound that dominated the early 1970s for the artists who recorded at the Sigma Sound Studios. The line-up of musicians included Karl Chambers and Earl Young on drums; Norman Harris, Roland Chambers, Bobby Eli, and TJ Tindall on guitar; Winnie Wilford and Ronnie Baker on bass; Vincent Montana, Jr. and Larry Washington on vibes and percussion, Harold Ivory Williams on keyboards, plus Leon Huff and Thom Bell on keyboards, Don Renaldo on strings and Rocco Bene on trumpet. In 2005, drummer Keith Benson (who had joined the group upon Young's departure) revived the group with Gamble's help. The group still performs live at private and concert events, and was featured at the inauguration of Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter. The Three Degrees were an American female vocal group, formed in 1963 in Philadelphia. The group has always been a trio, although a total of fifteen women have represented the group so far. The original members were Fayette Pinkney, Shirley Porter and Linda Turner, with the most successful line-up being Fayette with Sheila Ferguson and Valerie Holiday. Early success landed them a cameo appearance in the 1971 film, "The French Connection". In 1973 they signed with Philadelphia International Records under Gamble and Huff, where they were to have their greatest successes. The first song they recorded there was with MFSB, "TSOP (The Sound Of Philadelphia)". This channel is dedicated to all the great 'old school' R&B music I grew up with, the stuff that originally made me tap my feet and want to be a DJ. Funk, soul, disco, R&B, dance, hip-hop, pop . . . 60s, 70s, 80s . . . whatever you call it, it's all 'Old School' and it's all here! See my videos featuring the Roots of Rap at: www.youtube****/DJBuddyLoveRootsRap If you like relaxing with some classic Cool Jazz, go to: www.youtube****/DJBuddyLoveCoolJazz If you love jamming to some great Classic Rock, check out: www.youtube****/DJBuddyLoveClassicRR If you like college football & other aspects of life at The Ohio State University, go to: www.youtube****/DJBuddyLoveBuckeyes Check out my newer music videos and other fun stuff at: www.youtube****/DJBuddyLove3000 Check out my news videography stuff at: www.youtube****/VonReganDavis Also, check out my youngest daughter (the world's youngest video producer) at: www.youtube****/DaddyzGirl3000 To stay updated about all my projects, please 'Like' my Facebook fan page: www.facebook****/pages/DJ-Buddy-Love/114720773004?ref=sgm And coming in 2012 . . . DJ Buddy Love presents LONGEVITY . . . A world record club DJ mixing marathon charity event . . . 121 hours nonstop to benefit cancer research . . . Live to the world via UStream, Facebook, YouTube & Twitter . . . More details coming soon . . . Enjoy!! ;~} Copyright 1974 Philadelphia International Records All Rights Reserved
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The Arsenio Hall Show Season: 1 Episode: 32 Hiatus Kaiyote closed the show out smoothley with their special neo soul sound.
29 Oct 2013
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Hiatus Kaiyote closed the show out smoothley with their special neo soul sound.
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