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Tag Archives: rap
Tu me fatigues – Je maakt me moe You tire me out, would be the translation and it’s a smooth dance-floor*-smash-track in the making 🙂 Je maakt me moe, Wartaal echoes to ND’s Tu me fatigues. A fresh release from … Continue reading
One of my favorite tunes Summer In The City by Quincy Jones remastered by Tha Pharcyde, a g e s a g o w o w o w w but on repeat today 🙂 PASSING ME BY Now in … Continue reading
This blog now features an audio widget in the right top corner. Because one thing I noticed while shopping in New York last week: good background music works wonders 🙂 The exhibition came with it’s own music, Soul Of A … Continue reading
Artist: Thievery Corporation Lead artist: Racquel Jones Album: The Temple of I & I Out: 2017 Genre: Dance Yesterday I saw the Black Power exhibition in the Tate Modern in London. It shows the art made by black artists in the revolution of the Sixties, … Continue reading
Working late, I just sent a file to the designer via WeTransfer. WeTransfer is free portal for sending large files, and it’s homepage is like a gallery. They show work of fairly unknown creatives and today it gave me this. … Continue reading
[Start both the music and the video.] The music is by DazzledSticks, Dutch occasional duo Dazzled Kid (Tjeerd Bomhof) and rapper Sticks (Junte Uiterwijk) from their new cd. Radio station 3FM did an interesting review of the album. The song is called What … Continue reading
Since this blog is about the inspiration of everyday life I wondered whether this image would be fit for publishing, but then again, the internet is a very large part of today’s everyday life, and qualifies almost anything, so, yes … Continue reading