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Nina Sky, "Move Ya Body"

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


"The Velveteen Rabbit"

Velveteen Rabbit (George H. Duncan Company, 1922)

This children’s novel was written by Margery Williams and illustrated by William Nicholson. The Velveteen Rabbit was Williams’ first children’s book. 63 more words


This week’s shenanigans – and there have been a few!

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


Swedish Saturday: Petter - Mitt sjätte sinne

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


James Supercave - Old Robot

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