Selah Sue’s self-titled album debuted in the Top 10 in France, Belgium, and the Netherlands. The Belgium born star’s album will be available in America
August 21 on Columbia Records. The U.S. version will include 3 exclusive songs. Hot 97 premiered this J-Cole featured remix of the album’s first single Ragamuffin today. Prince likes her music. She works with Wyclef’s dude Jerry Wonka. So take a listen. I swear it’s both beautiful and dope.
Watch the video of the original version of Ragamuffin after the jump.
When I sat down to recount my year, I hadn’t even really registered what I got to see. All my friends moved away. I pretty was miserable.
I spent the majority of the year hanging out by myself.
But now looking back, I was really fortunate this year.
I got to see the Black Keys spread love and become one of the biggest rock bands in America. RJD2 played our 7 Year Anniversary. Jay Electronica came to town and did a really intimate show then got signed 7-8 months later by Jay-z to Roc Nation. I solicited Wavves’ opinion on Psychedelic Horseshit. I witnessed what Dame Dash’s guy, Currensy ,was doing the night Jay Electronica signed with Jay-z. I talked to Bone after a nationally publicized arrest. Well, read away if you want.
1.The Black Keys Lifestyles Community Center August 13th
The image source of this tattoo is from the cover of Chulahoma, an ep by the Black Keys. It is on the body of a female that had a family member die of cancer. The finger pointing it out belongs to Mary Stormer, Key’s drummer Patrick Carney’s mother. Mary Stormer’s son and Patrick’s brother, Michael created the image that is tattooed on this girl. The girl got this tattoo because Chulahoma was what got her through hard times.
The tribute to Junior Kimbrough IS a blues record.
Mary Stormer, and I explained to the girl that the band would really appreciate this. Mrs. Stormer told me to take a picture and send it to Michael. The band was onstage so they couldn’t give the girl a hug. Continue reading
Posted in 2010 Favorites, Music, Wes Flexner
Tagged anthony porter, bone thugs in harmonay, bone thugs in harmony, currensy, Daymon Day, get right columbus, j cole, jay electronica, Psychedelic Horseshit, RJD2, The Black Keys, waka flocka flame, Wavves