The Perfect Homework Music for Hip-Hop Lovers. Drop files here to add tracks or artwork to your mix 20 tracks including music by Ratatat, Kid Cudi, and my personal favorite, Knowmads, a Seattle-based hip hop group whose lyrics have changed my life.
A relaxing set that aids with concentration. Awesome for art projects as well! ALSO, make sure to check out "Northwest Hip-Hop & Others: Golden Quality Like You've Never Seen" that will play automatically after this playlist for even more goodness! Sexually Seductive Music. The right song can fan the flames; the wrong one can put them out.
Replace hackneyed selections with these fresher, more seductive incarnations. PLAY THIS: John Legend, Once Again NOT THAT: Marvin Gaye, Let's Get It On Want to be the first to play her the rousing newcomer, or the 17th to reach for the Marvin? PLAY THIS: DJ Shadow, The Outsider NOT THAT: LL Cool J, Mr. LL's flows nab him the ladies, but shelve his dimpled crooning when it comes to boudoir beats; the smoothed-out Shadow beats will lend a sense of urgency to your frolicking. PLAY THIS: Rodrigo y Gabriela, Rodrigo y Gabriela NOT THAT: Gipsy Kings, Gipsy Kings "Bambileo! " PLAY THIS: Air, Talkie Walkie NOT THAT: Pink Floyd, Dark Side of the Moon Save the Floyd classic for spaced-out periods of introspection. PLAY THIS: Ray LaMontagne, Till the Sun Turns Black.
Definitivedose.com. Written by Ben Pogany The Notorious BIG- Ready to Die -(1994) Around the years '87-'88, a young crack dealer named Christopher Wallace began entertaining local passersby by rapping into a beat-up amp on the street corners around Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.
Six years later, he was the biggest rapper in the world. Three years after that, he was dead. During the short flash that was his career, only one album was to be released, a top-to-bottom classic with the eerily prophetic title 'Ready to Die'. 27) Help, I'm Alive - Metric.
Internet Radio - Find New Music, Listen to Free Web Radio. Dear Pandora Visitor, We are deeply, deeply sorry to say that due to licensing constraints, we can no longer allow access to Pandora for listeners located outside of the U.S., Australia and New Zealand.
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