FlashBack Friday #00155 – Mind Body & Soul

•19 December 2014 • Leave a Comment

Joss Stone’s Mind Body & Soul album was a solid offering from her, it has something for everyone, but where did she go?

Right to Be Wrong

You Had Me

Don’t Cha Wanna Ride

FlashBack Friday #00154 – Will Smith

•12 December 2014 • Leave a Comment

Ok, he’s not known for the best lyrical content or the best flow, middle of the road rapper Will Smith Dipped his toe in the music scene every now and again and produced some rap that had your mum saying I like that rap music!!

How do you like your Will Smith?

Men In Black

Summer Time

Just the Two of us

Flashback Friday #00153 – Closet Justin Timberlake Fan

•5 December 2014 • Leave a Comment

I shouldn’t be telling you this but I’m a bit of a closet Justin Timberlake fan. I don’t like everything he has made but clearly having Timberland making beats for you gives you an automatic leg up in my book.

He also seems like a safe dude…. Yeah ok he likes himself a bit but not too much like so many other super stars..

My Love

Like I love You

SeƱorita

FlashBack Friday #00152 – My Sisters Old School

•28 November 2014 • Leave a Comment

When I am floating around my NAS box and feel like digging out some old school I can guarantee that these 3 will be in the first 10 played, they are tunes that remind me of my sisters too old for me to have purchased them. But still young enough to remember them playing them a lot.
Tracey Chapman – Fast Car

Roachford – Only To Be With You

Kenny Thomas – Outstanding

Flashback Friday #00151 – More 90’s Dance

•21 November 2014 • Leave a Comment

This week work has been hectic, but I always find a little time to squeeze in a little 90’s Dance..

If you’re not doing the running man by the end then you have no soul!

Adventures of Stevie V – Dirty Cash (Money Talks)

Nomad – Devotion

Marky Mark And The Funky Bunch – Good Vibrations

FlashBack Friday #00150 – Born To Do It

•14 November 2014 • Leave a Comment

I think anyone who knows anything about RnB cannot argue that Craig David’s Born to Do it album was a good solid all rounder..

Like him or not the album had a lot of big tunes.

You all know the singles that still sometimes get dusted off and played on heart FM, Fill Me In, 7 Days, Walking Away & Rewind.

However I’m gonna bring you 3 that aren’t as well known but are still quality.

Rendezvous

Follow Me

Booty Man

 

FlashBack Friday #00149 – Faith Evans

•7 November 2014 • Leave a Comment

The First Lady of Bad Boy came from a church choir, but quickly turned ghetto once put in the hands of Puff Daddy.

With a such a solid voice, everything she has made has a great level of quality..

You Used To Love Me

Love Like This

You Gets No Love

 
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