R&B Fridays: Episode 125


A nice, summery picture to further brighten up your surprisingly sunny winter day.

A decent number of posts to catch up on from the week gone by: very enjoyable new visuals from Cherri Prince, an excellent blend of jazz, soul and more from the ReGeneration project, a review of Florence + The Machine’s latest album, and finally two mixtapes from Trey Songz, the first a more hip-hop styled effort, and the other the sequel to his excellent Anticipation R&B mixtape.

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R&B Fridays: Episode 65


19 tracks from 19 different artists this week tells you that this episode is stacked with variety. Mostly established names too (at least in the R&B Fridays series!), so this is definitely one to be getting involved with.

As per usual routine, let’s catch up with the R&B week gone by: the new Rihanna single, Ne-Yo’s latest video, hugely anticipated visuals for Bruno Mars’ debut single, the official tracklisting for Bruno’s debut album, much-delayed video from Auburn, and finally the latest collab from Taio Cruz and Tinchy Stryder.
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Lil' Wayne-Runnin' Video

For the 2nd consecutive Wayne video, I’m too tired to comment. However, this track is OK (remix can be found here), although they definitely should have done more with the video. Not big/epic enough for the style of song.

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Quick Blast: Lil' Wayne and Mickey Factz


Mickey remixes Runnin‘ from Wayne’s Rebirth (which finally got released…ha).

In absolute fairness, the track sounds alright (I haven’t listened to Rebirth yet) as this Shanell person can sing quite well and Mickey’s verse is definitely tight: that swine flu line is nice!

Lil’ Wayne-Runnin’ Remix ft. Mickey Factz and Shanell

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R&B Fridays: Episode 30


This week has seen a number of leaks (potentially) from Usher’s upcoming Raymond vs. Raymond, and it’s those that anchor this week’s episode.

This milestone episode has got a lot of quality, and a lot of new tracks that I’ve really enjoyed this past week from both huge and lesser known names, as well as a surprising number of unreleased tracks, and some from artists of years gone by which will catch some by surprise.

It feels like only yesterday I wrote Episode 1!

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