Hey Everybody! This week’s mixtape was the result of a poll I placed on my Facebook “Like” page. I gave the people a choice and the resounding result was an Old School Slow Jam mix. Well this ain’t your typical slow jam mix. My mixes usually take on my moods muscially and this one is [...]
Hey Everybody…it’s the Mixtress of R&B! I hope you had a great time on New Year’s Eve…I was putting together my best of 2010. I’m starting it out with Fuck you by Ceelo and ending it with Runaway..pretty much sums up my life in 2010! After all..I did play majority of these in my mixtapes throughout the year…check it for yourself:
Wedding Reception Mix (January)
March Madness Pt2
June Jackin 5
Fall Jams 10/10
December Jams 2010
I also did this mix as a collabo with another site The Soul Reservoir…I am “Your Favorite Blogger’s, Favorite DJ”
Hey Everybody! I came up with this mix after watching the new Tyler Perry Movie “For Colored Girls” based on the play “For Colored Girls Who Considered Suicide When The Rainbow Wasn’t Enuf” by Ntozake Shange. I personally thought it was a good movie. I was thankful to see so many actresses of color working in a film about us. I am grateful that Tyler took the project on even though most don’t think he was qualified to do it. If he didn’t do it…who would have?
Anyway, considering my situation and the fact that I identified with most of the characters I decided to put together my own mix. I chose a song for all of the characters and for myself. I hope you enjoy it!
1. Man of The House – Fantasia Barrino (Me)
2. In My Bed – Amy Winehouse (Tangie)
3. Real Love – Mary J. Blige (Yasmine)
4. Another Man – Barbara Mason (Jo)
5. I Wish I Didn’t Miss You Anymore – Angie Stone (Juanita)
6. A Rose Is Still A Rose – Aretha Franklin (Gilda)
7. Mr. U.F.O. Man – Kelis (Alice)
8. More Than A Woman – Aaliyah (Kelly)
9. Runaway – Kanye West (Crystal and ME)
10. You Got Me – The Roots ft. Erykah Badu (Crystal)
11. Chasing Pavements – Adele (Yasmine)
12. She Will Be Loved – Maroon 5 (ALL)
13. I Believe I Can Fly – Yolanda Adams (ALL)
14. If I Could – Regina Belle (Crystal)
15. Jezebel – Sade (Tangie)
16. Hit On Me – Syleena Johnson (Crystal)
17. I Keep – Jill Scott (Yasmine)
18. Still Here – Jill Scott (Jo)
19. Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word – Mary J. Blige (Me)
20. When A Woman’s Fed Up – R. Kelly (Me)
21. Hurts Like Hell – Aretha Franklin (ALL)
Hey Everybody! This week’s mixtape is a special request from my girl SueZette. She is a relationship blogger for CentricTV and she runs her own site DearZette.com. Zette and I have been friends for about 6 years and whatever she wants she gets This year it was SueZette’s Art of Seduction! Full of tracks sure [...]
This is the first of 4 mixtapes that were inspired while I was on my vacation. Bobby Womack Vs David Ruffin. Both were powerhouses in the R&B scene during the 70′s and early 80′s and my heart has a soft spot for both of them.
Hey Everybody! It’s time for a new Producer Spotlight. This week I’m doing Swizz Beatz!!! I call him the King of the break because he has best break timing I’ve ever heard. Although he mainly works with rappers, Swizz is more than capable of producing an R&B Mega Hit! My favorite song to dance to [...]
Hey Everybody! This is June Jacking Part 5! It should be called the Drake Edition because of course I love his new album!
This week’s mix is continuing my series of slow jams. I created a new category on the side to help you find them. I’ve had Babymaking Music, Secret Lovers, Sexcellence, Isley Brothers Ballads and of course my 3 Annual CupidHunt Podcasts.
This time I wanted some love music from the late 80′s and 90′s male singers. I’m real partial to all male mixtapes as you can see. It almost feels like they singing to me. I hope you enjoy it and please let me know if yall make any babies off these slow jam mixes
Hey Everybody! I’m back…with a new oldschool mixtape to get your BBQ season started off right! I hope you enjoy this groove music…and don’t burn those ribs while you trying to dance!
Jimi Izrael and DJ Diva are back with a new mixtape for The Denzel Principle. I’m off vacation/work break to bring you a hot new mixtape. Jimi Izreal, the author of The Denzel Principle: Why Black Women can’t Find Good Black Men, reached out to me to fashion a new mix for him.