I’d like to begin by expressing my undying, unending, boundless love and affinity for one of my favorite singers, the incomparable Bilal Oliver. “Sometimes” is one of my favorite songs ever created in the history of my life. I count “Love for Sale” among the top 3 albums that I’d have to have with me if stranded on a desert island. I’d pay good money, if I had it, to see him perform anywhere when and wherever I could. And if I didn’t have the money, I’d rob and steal and kill for it. I have never ever seen this man perform sober and I am perfectly okay with it. I’d actually be kind of freaked out if I did see him sober.
That said… he must have been on something glorious when he wrote “Flying.”
I was going to write a really long post about this song, because there’s sooo much to talk about, but really…it just comes down to this statement: WHAT IN THE HELL IS MICHAEL JACKSON TALKING ABOUT?!
We’re a little late, but ladies and gentlemen: please say hello to and thank God for 50 Tyson’s debut music video, “I Ain’t Gonna Lie.”
I find this to be fantastic and can’t even tell you why.
Jeffrey “P-Pie” Valantine left this earthly world on June 5th 2010 after an entire display of Glory Greens fell on his head during his shift at the Piggly Wiggly, where he was working to fund his second album “Wait, Maybe This City Ain’t All That.” He leaves to mourn his passing his dry cleaner, Bill Rowland, his mustache stylist, and numerous debt collectors.
Y’all know Pinky, right? The porn star? The short midgety one with the bright pink hair? …Yeah, neither do we.
Anyway, Pinky is a porn star that some of you heathens may be familiar with (around here, we keep our noses clean so as not to be tempted to cheat on ourselves per Christine O’Donnell’s warning). We learned that she’s now rapping via the fine folks at The Smoking Section, and we’ve got some guesses as to who is writing her rhymes.