Talk about a great project. Cookin’ Soul took some of Michael’s greatest songs and mixed them with some of the hottest hip-hop including Kid Cudi, Nas, Jay-Z, Eminem, Lil’ Wayne, and many more. Hit the jump for the tracklist. DOPE.
Apparently Eva Pigford and Maxwell took some explicit photos for an unknown shoot. There is’nt much information on what exactly the shoot was for, but I sure do hope it served it purpose. So what do you think…Art or Not?
(Information off of Fandango Movie Blog)
. Apparently, the infamous Tim Burton is in my mist of creating his rendition of Alice and Wonderland. The film is “part live action, part motion-capture and all in 3D. Well USA Today has revealed the first look at some of the motion-captured characters, as well as a few pieces of larger-than-life concept art, and based on all of this it would appear as if we’re in for one helluva trip back down the rabbit hole. The images you’re probably most interested in are the character photos (see above) of the Mad Hatter (played by Johnny Depp), the Red Queen (Helena Bonham Carter) and the White Queen (Anne Hathaway). I think the images look great, and Depp’s Mad Hatter (which will not be live action, but motion-captured) reminds me of a deranged Pippi Longstocking mixed with a little Carrot Top — with that giant red-orange afro protruding from the classic Mad Hatter hat.The Film is set to release March 5, 2010. I love it!”
My All Time Favorite Michael Jackson song; today on complete repeat till forever :’-(
"The Lady In My Life"
[1st Verse] There’ll Be No Darkness Tonight Lady Our Love Will Shine Just Put Your Trust In My Heart And Meet Me In Paradise, Girl You’re Every Wonder In This World To Me A Treasure Time Won’t Steal Away
[Chorus] So Listen To My Heart Lay Your Body Close To Mine Let Me Fill You With My Dreams I Can Make You Feel Alright And Baby Through The Years Gonna Love You More Each Day So I Promise You Tonight That You’ll Always Be The Lady In My Life
[Bridge] Lay Back In My Tenderness Let’s Make This A Night We Won’t Forget Girl, I Need Your Sweet Caress Reach Out To A Fantasy Two Hearts In The Beat Of Ecstasy Come To Me, Girl
[Chorus] And I Will Keep You Warm Through The Shadows Of The Night Let Me Touch You With My Love I Can Make You Feel So Right And Baby Through The Years Even When We’re Old And Gray I Will Love You More Each Day ‘Cause You Will Always Be The Lady In My Life
Okay, well hopefully we have all come to the realization that the Thrift Store, in most cases, is where its at! With the economy the way it is, it’s best to hit up your local Thrift Store and begin Your Hunt…Honestly, you’ll be surprised at the amazing and Cheap outfits you can create and the many accessories you can find! (***Thrift Stores have the BEST old/vintage jewelry-don’t fake!***)
If your in the MD area, the best Thrift Store is Unique Thrift Store on New Hampshire avenue (5 minutes from college park)…OR as always…Goodwill!
. Below are two outfits straight from the Thrift Store..mmmhhhmmm! ;-)
(Straight Off The Website)
The annual Extravaganza Parade will be staged along the Georgia Avenue corridor on Saturday, June 27, 2009 , and will commence at Missouri Avenue at 11:00 a.m. and terminate at the international marketplace at “DE SAVANNAH” - Banneker Recreation Park. DC Caribbean Carnival will host the international marketplace at “DE SAVANNAH ” from 12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m featuring food, craft and entertainment.
Sunday June 28, 2009 -DC Caribbean Carnival will continue hosting the international marketplace at Banneker Park , “DE SAVANNAH ” with live performances from local and international artists , food, craft and entertainment from 12:00 noon until 7:00 p.m.
DC CARNIVAL is an annual event produced by DC Caribbean Carnival, Inc., a 501(C) 3 non-profit organization based in the District of Columbia . The purpose of this event is to bring to fruition an annual Caribbean style parade in the District of Columbia called “DC CARNIVAL”, develop and encourage cross-cultural programs within the Washington Metropolitan Area community serviced by DCCC in the expansion of Caribbean culture, and educate youths and adults in the Caribbean arts, crafts and culture
“I can even raise the child we’ll make
Make sure he’s loved and knows what God gave us
I can teach him how to walk and stand
But he needs you to help him be a man
We need you
So hard to say
We need you..”