#MM2 OUT 02.19.20
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@lilbaby_1 is BACK! His New Album “My Turn” Drops 2.28.20 ❄️
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Today We recognize the Legend Ms. Patti Labelle. She’s the mother of reinvention, having had successful careers in the 1960s, ’70s, ’80s and ’90s with completely different musical approaches in each decade. First as a member of Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles, she recorded three top 40/R&B crossover hits, most notably, “I Sold My Heart to the Junkman” in 1962. Then, after a name change and adopting space-alien personas (at least for their stage shows ), the group LaBelle hit #1 pop with the iconic “Lady Marmalade” in 1975. Patti then went solo and had major R&B chart success with #1 songs like “If Only You Knew” and “On My Own” (with Michael McDonald ), which also became her second #1 pop hit after “Marmalade.” Then she tried her hand at new jack swing in the ’90s with her top-ten R&B hit, “The Right Kinda Lover” in 1994. And this is not to even mention how legendary her live concert performances have been. #BlackHistoryMonth @mspattilabelle
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The Iconic Group The Temptations, For the eight-year period between 1964 and 1972, this was the top American male singing group on the pop and R&B charts. Only the Beatles and Rolling Stones, both from Britain, were bigger on the pop singles charts during that timeframe, and no group – British or American, male or female – was bigger on the soul charts. With songs written and produced primarily by William “Smokey” Robinson and later by Norman Whitfield, this five-man ensemble, whose classic lineup featured Ruffin and Kendricks trading lead vocals from 1964 to ’68, gave us classics like their staple, “My Girl,” and “I Wish It Would Rain,” among many others. Their stage presence was honed with immaculate dance routines that became their signature. The combination of their music, the signature dance moves and Motown’s promotional machine made them stars of an international stage not seen by many black groups before them. In total, with Edwards replacing Ruffin in ’68, they recorded four #1 pop and 15 #1 R&B hits, and dozens of other chart singles over nearly 30 years. #BlackHistoryMonth
@quavohuncho Ready For The All-Star Game! Paying Tribute To Kobe & Gigi 💜💛
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@lilmarlo_1 Got The Streets Buzzing ! “1st & 3rd” OUT NOW!
Today we celebrate Donna Summers, we know that there will never be another Queen of Disco, the crown Summer earned during the late 1970s. From the time she moaned her way onto radio with “Love to Love You Baby” in 1975 to the end of the decade when her Bad Girls LP became the 2nd-biggest disco album in history (behind “Saturday Night Fever” ), the late Donna Summer practically owned the genre. She even extended its life when she gave disco a rock-leaning edge (“Hot Stuff” and “Bad Girls” ) – a move that likely allowed her not to become an industry casualty when disco was declared dead merely months after Bad Girls fizzled out. She managed to succeed well into the 1980s. Memorable songs: the above-mentioned plus “Spring Affair,” “I Feel Love,” “Last Dance,” “MacArthur Park,” #BlackHistoryMonth
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