Move Ya Body Nina Sky (Universal, 2004)
American duo Nina Sky released Move Ya Body as their debut single off their debut self-titled album. (The song features rapper Jabba.) Move Ya Body peaked at #4 in the U.S. 88 more words
Great word shenanigans – “silly behaviour, mischief” or “dishonest manoeuvring”. I hope I haven’t been doing any of the latter.
SO! Tuesday the major magazine contact me to confirm travel arrangements to Friday’s photo shoot. 803 more words
The first time I met with #OuinesEvents #OTDDebutant and her family we dropped by at the venue where her party will be held. The theme by the way of the party is a concert, so imagine how excited I am to do this. 10 more words
So, Petter – nowadays institution in Swedish music in general and the Hip-Hop scene specifically. One of the biggest reasons that the Swedish rap-scene still isn’t just an obscene bunch of people doing gigs and trying to get by in an underground culture. 220 more words
a beautifully basic lyric video to illustrate the elegant simplicity of a song circling around humor and melancholy. the humanization of a tape answering machine contrasts and points towards the missing lover; a strong metaphor of their absence, and maybe desire to reconnect. 32 more words