Golden Age of Music, Class & Style

Golden Age of Music, Class & Style

theblackamericanprincess:

October yall

"Before all that, he was one thing, he was my brother."
- Janet Jackson Grammy Legend Awards 1993

"Before all that, he was one thing, he was my brother."
- Janet Jackson Grammy Legend Awards 1993

"Before all that, he was one thing, he was my brother."

- Janet Jackson Grammy Legend Awards 1993

(via mjsankofa)

mis-ter-underst00d:

Hopeless, but hoping…

mis-ter-underst00d:

Hopeless, but hoping…

(via smelly-jelly58)

souljunkee:

When Im with you, I fall deeper in love… SWANGING! Love this hook! I wait for the daaaaaaaay. I sweet gentle swaaaaaaaay. Something something something my waaaaaaay.

(via themaroonvillage)


Aaliyah Dana Haughton.

Aaliyah Dana Haughton.

Aaliyah Dana Haughton.

Aaliyah Dana Haughton.

Aaliyah Dana Haughton.

Aaliyah Dana Haughton.

Aaliyah Dana Haughton.

(via aaliyahalways)

lostinurbanism:

Bob Adelman, Memphis (1968)

lostinurbanism:

Bob Adelman, Memphis (1968)

(via blackourstory)

Brandy and Tevin Campbell - The Closer I Get to You (on NY Undercover)

Didn’t know Brandy and Tevin did a little duet together back in the day…

aaliyahunleashed:

 “Are You That Somebody” was released June 16th 1998 but 16 years ago today {September 29th, 1998} it was sent to U.S. Pop radio stations {mainstream}. The song samples the sound of a baby cooing from Perrey and Kingsley’s 1966 hit “Countdown at 6” and D. Train’s 1982 dance classic “You’re the One for Me”.
Are You That Somebody was sampled {so far} in 12 separate songs since it’s released. Including; “Love me” by lil Wayne ft Future and Drake, “Phat Rabbit” by Timbaland and Ludacris, and “JKF” by Smoke DZA. 
See full list of other artists who sampled  “Are You That Somebody” here: http://www.whosampled.com/Aaliyah/Are-You-That-Somebody%3F/
aaliyahunleashed:

 “Are You That Somebody” was released June 16th 1998 but 16 years ago today {September 29th, 1998} it was sent to U.S. Pop radio stations {mainstream}. The song samples the sound of a baby cooing from Perrey and Kingsley’s 1966 hit “Countdown at 6” and D. Train’s 1982 dance classic “You’re the One for Me”.
Are You That Somebody was sampled {so far} in 12 separate songs since it’s released. Including; “Love me” by lil Wayne ft Future and Drake, “Phat Rabbit” by Timbaland and Ludacris, and “JKF” by Smoke DZA. 
See full list of other artists who sampled  “Are You That Somebody” here: http://www.whosampled.com/Aaliyah/Are-You-That-Somebody%3F/
aaliyahunleashed:

 “Are You That Somebody” was released June 16th 1998 but 16 years ago today {September 29th, 1998} it was sent to U.S. Pop radio stations {mainstream}. The song samples the sound of a baby cooing from Perrey and Kingsley’s 1966 hit “Countdown at 6” and D. Train’s 1982 dance classic “You’re the One for Me”.
Are You That Somebody was sampled {so far} in 12 separate songs since it’s released. Including; “Love me” by lil Wayne ft Future and Drake, “Phat Rabbit” by Timbaland and Ludacris, and “JKF” by Smoke DZA. 
See full list of other artists who sampled  “Are You That Somebody” here: http://www.whosampled.com/Aaliyah/Are-You-That-Somebody%3F/
aaliyahunleashed:

 “Are You That Somebody” was released June 16th 1998 but 16 years ago today {September 29th, 1998} it was sent to U.S. Pop radio stations {mainstream}. The song samples the sound of a baby cooing from Perrey and Kingsley’s 1966 hit “Countdown at 6” and D. Train’s 1982 dance classic “You’re the One for Me”.
Are You That Somebody was sampled {so far} in 12 separate songs since it’s released. Including; “Love me” by lil Wayne ft Future and Drake, “Phat Rabbit” by Timbaland and Ludacris, and “JKF” by Smoke DZA. 
See full list of other artists who sampled  “Are You That Somebody” here: http://www.whosampled.com/Aaliyah/Are-You-That-Somebody%3F/
aaliyahunleashed:

 “Are You That Somebody” was released June 16th 1998 but 16 years ago today {September 29th, 1998} it was sent to U.S. Pop radio stations {mainstream}. The song samples the sound of a baby cooing from Perrey and Kingsley’s 1966 hit “Countdown at 6” and D. Train’s 1982 dance classic “You’re the One for Me”.
Are You That Somebody was sampled {so far} in 12 separate songs since it’s released. Including; “Love me” by lil Wayne ft Future and Drake, “Phat Rabbit” by Timbaland and Ludacris, and “JKF” by Smoke DZA. 
See full list of other artists who sampled  “Are You That Somebody” here: http://www.whosampled.com/Aaliyah/Are-You-That-Somebody%3F/
aaliyahunleashed:

 “Are You That Somebody” was released June 16th 1998 but 16 years ago today {September 29th, 1998} it was sent to U.S. Pop radio stations {mainstream}. The song samples the sound of a baby cooing from Perrey and Kingsley’s 1966 hit “Countdown at 6” and D. Train’s 1982 dance classic “You’re the One for Me”.
Are You That Somebody was sampled {so far} in 12 separate songs since it’s released. Including; “Love me” by lil Wayne ft Future and Drake, “Phat Rabbit” by Timbaland and Ludacris, and “JKF” by Smoke DZA. 
See full list of other artists who sampled  “Are You That Somebody” here: http://www.whosampled.com/Aaliyah/Are-You-That-Somebody%3F/

aaliyahunleashed:

 “Are You That Somebody” was released June 16th 1998 but 16 years ago today {September 29th, 1998} it was sent to U.S. Pop radio stations {mainstream}. The song samples the sound of a baby cooing from Perrey and Kingsley’s 1966 hit “Countdown at 6” and D. Train’s 1982 dance classic “You’re the One for Me”.

Are You That Somebody was sampled {so far} in 12 separate songs since it’s released. Including; “Love me” by lil Wayne ft Future and Drake, “Phat Rabbit” by Timbaland and Ludacris, and “JKF” by Smoke DZA.

See full list of other artists who sampled  “Are You That Somebody” here: http://www.whosampled.com/Aaliyah/Are-You-That-Somebody%3F/

(via aaliyahalways)

tashabilities:

blackhistoryalbum:

Whitney Houston “You Give Good Love” | I Love The 80s

Mama as a teenager

tashabilities:

blackhistoryalbum:

Whitney Houston “You Give Good Love” | I Love The 80s

Mama as a teenager

soulbrotherv2:

Fannie Lou Hamer was a gee.  A Straight up gee.
blackourstory:

THIS is why they don’t teach you about Fannie Lou Hamer - even in February.

soulbrotherv2:

Fannie Lou Hamer was a gee.  A Straight up gee.

blackourstory:

THIS is why they don’t teach you about Fannie Lou Hamer - even in February.

(via kushitekalkulus)