Black History Year | WINNER

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“I’m Your Baby Tonight” (Whitney Houston)
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“September” (Earth, Wind & Fire)
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Total votes : 24

Postby Goldmoney » Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:21 am

Lil Kim - How Many Licks
Lil Wayne - Mirror (feat. Bruno Mars)
Lionel Richie - Dancing on the Ceiling
Little Richard - Long Tall Sally
LL Cool J - Paradise (feat. Amerie)
Louis Armstrong - What a Wonderful World
Ludacris - What's Your Fantasy
Lupe Fiasco - The Show Goes On
Luther Vandross - Never Too Much
Main Source - Fakin' the Funk
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Postby Jonathan » Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:32 am

Leontyne Price - Vissi d'arte
Lianne La Havas - Unstoppable
Lil Kim - How Many Licks
Lionel Richie - Dancing on the Ceiling
Little Richard - Long Tall Sally
Living Colour - Cult of Personality
LL Cool J - Paradise (feat. Amerie)
Louis Armstrong - What a Wonderful World
Luther Vandross - Never Too Much
Mahalia Jackson - Take My Hand, Precious Lord
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Postby Thriller » Tue Dec 26, 2017 12:30 pm

Lianne La Havas - Unstoppable
Lil Wayne - Mirror (feat. Bruno Mars)
Lionel Richie - Dancing on the Ceiling
Little Richard - Long Tall Sally
LL Cool J - Paradise (feat. Amerie)
Louis Armstrong - What a Wonderful World
Ludacris - What's Your Fantasy
Lupe Fiasco - The Show Goes On
Luther Vandross - Never Too Much
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Postby ccadavi1 » Tue Dec 26, 2017 12:49 pm

Leontyne Price - Vissi d'arte
Lianne La Havas - Unstoppable
Lil Kim - How Many Licks
Lionel Richie - Dancing on the Ceiling
Little Richard - Long Tall Sally
Lou Rawls - You'll Never Find Love Like Mine
Louis Armstrong - What a Wonderful World
Luther Vandross - Never Too Much
Ma Rainey - Deep Moaning Blues
Mahalia Jackson - Take My Hand,
Donna Summer / Janet Jackson / Tina Turner / Toni Braxton / Billie Holiday
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Postby Jerz » Tue Dec 26, 2017 2:43 pm

Leontyne Price - Vissi d'arte
Lianne La Havas - Unstoppable
Lil Kim - How Many Licks
Lionel Richie - Dancing on the Ceiling
Little Richard - Long Tall Sally
LL Cool J - Paradise (featuring Amerie)
Louis Armstrong - What a Wonderful World
Ludacris - What's Your Fantasy
Lupe Fiasco - The Show Goes On
Luther Vandross - Never Too Much
Mahalia Jackson - Take My Hand, Precious Lord
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Postby bluecherry » Tue Dec 26, 2017 6:50 pm

POLICE BRUTALITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY: Mothers of the Movement
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Mothers of the Movement … Geneva Reed-Veal, Sybrina Fulton, Gwen Carr and Valerie Bell, pictured at the Oxford Union. Photograph: Tom Pilston

Since the 1955 murder of teenager Emmett Till, whose mother insisted on an open casket for her son’s mutilated body, the civil-rights movement has often articulated its grievances through the suffering of mothers. The Mothers of the Movement – parents of some of the most high-profile black victims of police violence in America – each found themselves raising and losing children in a system stacked against them. But this is a time when black women are no longer just faces co-opted for the cause – both Black Lives Matter and We Charge Genocide, an anti-police violence group in Chicago, were founded by black women.

It is an unenviable task to be a mother to a black child in America. Black students are far more likely to go to poor schools with inexperienced teachers and fewer teaching resources. In 2012, black students were the subjects of 35% of school arrests, although they made up fewer than 25% of the student population. The systemic racism of the school-to-prison pipeline means that, once arrested, black children are vastly more likely than white children to be sentenced as adults and sent to adult correctional facilities, where they are twice as likely to be assaulted, five times as likely to be sexually assaulted, and eight times as likely to kill themselves.

For adults, the situation is even worse. A new Harvard study has confirmed that black people are more likely to be touched, handcuffed, pushed to the ground or pepper-sprayed by the police.

A huge number of the crimes committed by black Americans are crimes of poverty. Financial and fiscal inequalities penetrate every level and corner of black life in America – median household income for white US citizens in 2015 was around 65% higher than that of black people in the country. Subsequent governments have chosen to funnel spending into policing and prisons, and not enough into education, healthcare and job training. Top this with a prison population that is 40% black – when black people are only 13% of the US population – and the scale of the US’s race crisis is clear.

The Mothers travel around the US speaking out on behalf of their dead children, moving beyond battling to make people aware of stories towards seeking legislative change. The group formally came into existence after meeting with Hillary Clinton in November 2015. Clinton advised them to band together as “a constant drumbeat”. They received a standing ovation at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia, and hit the road together to campaign relentlessly, speaking out about police racism, gun violence and criminal-justice reform. And they watched together as Donald Trump, a candidate beloved by racists and racism deniers, plunged their future, and the future of black America, into uncertainty.

It is impossible to understand what it is like to be a women who has had a child murdered, but one might have expected the Mothers of the Movement to be a solemn or depressing bunch. We spent two days following them around the UK prior to their talk at the Oxford Union on Monday 21 November. They are an awe-inspiring group, albeit unimpressed by British weather. Funny and dignified, insightful and riotous – always referring to each other as “Ms Carr” or “Ms Bell” – they spend much of their downtime teasing one another, discussing fashion and making holiday plans. But every so often there is a glimpse of a tear, or a poignant pause while they gather the strength to open their wounds yet again. They rarely discuss what happened to their children because, as they say, they’re the last people that need reminding.
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A Tribe Called Quest - Bonita Applebum
Afroman - Before I Got High
Akon - Sorry, Blame It On Me
Al Jarreau - We're In This Love Together
Albert King - Born Under a Bad Sign
Ali Farka Toure - Savane
Allen Toussaint - Southern Nights
Amadou & Mariam - Bofou Safou
Angelique Kidjo - Agolo
Antony Santos - Donde Estara
Arsenio Rodriguez - La Yuca
Art Blakey - Moanin'
Arthur Lee - Everybody's Gotta Live
Azealia Banks - The Big Big Beat
Baaba Maal - Traveller
Bad Brains - I Against I
Barrington Levy - Murderer
Beanie Sigel - Feel It In the Air
Bessie Smith - Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out
Big L - Put It On
Big Sean - I Know (feat. Jhene Aiko)
Billy Preston - With You I'm Born Again
Blind Willlie Johnson - Dark Was the Day, Cold Was the Ground
Bo Diddley - Who Do You Love
Bombino - Amidinine
Bootsy Collins - I'd Rather Be With You
Boubacar Traoré - Santa Mariya
Brand Nubian - Slow Down
Buddy Guy - Damn Right I've Got the Blues
Burning Spear - Marcus Garvey
Celia Cruz - La Vida Es Un Carnaval
Chance the Rapper - Same Drugs
Charles Mingus - Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
Charley Patton - Down the Dirt Road Blues
Charlie Parker - Now's The Time
Clifford Brown - Easy Living
Coleman Hawkins - Body and Soul
Cymande - Brothers on the Side
D.R.A.M - Cash Machine
Da brat - What'Chu Like
Danny Brown - Grown Up
Dawn Richard - 86
Dennis Brown - Here I Come
Desiigner - Panda
Blood Orange - It Is What It Is
Dexter Gordon - I'm a Fool to Want You
Digable Planets - Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)
Dizzy Gillespie - A Night In Tunisia
Don Omar - Dale Don Dale
Donald Byrd - (Fallin' Like) Dominoes
Duke Ellington - In a Sentimental Mood
E-40 - Red Cup
Eddie Hazel - California Dreamin'
Eddie Kendricks - Girl You Need a Change of Mind
Elmore James - Dust My Broom
Elza Soares - Mas Que Nada
EPMD - Da Joint
Esperanza Spalding - Crowned and Kissed
Esther Phillips - What a Difference a Day Makes
Fats Domino - Blueberry Hill
Fats Waller - Honeysuckle Rose
Fela Kuti - Water No Get Enemy
Floetry - Say Yes
Flying Lotus - Coronus, The Terminator
Funkadelic - Can You Get to That
Gang Starr - Mass Appeal
George Clinton - Atomic Dog
Gil Scott Heron - The Bottle
Goodie Mob - Cell Therapy
Grandmaster Caz - MC Delight
Gregory Isaacs - Night Nurse
Gregory Porter - Smile
Gucci Mane - I Get the Bag (feat. Migos)
Guru - Feel the Music
GZA - Liquid Swords
Habib Koite - Sirata
Howlin Wolf - Smokestack Lightnin'
Ice-T - I'm Your Pusher
J Dilla - Won't Do
Jay Electronica - Exhibit C
Jeezy - Me OK
Jimmy Cliff - I Can See Clearly Now
Jimmy Reed - Bright Lights Big City
Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special
Jodeci - Freek'N You
Joe Arroyo - La Rebelion
Joey Bada$$ - Temptations
John Lee Hooker - Hobo Blues
Jose James - Always There
Junior Wells - Hoodman Blues
Kamasi Washington - Truth
Killer Mike - Reagan
King Sunny Ade - The Message
Kirk Franklin - I Smile
Kool Keith - Livin' Astro
KRS-One - MC's Act Like They Don't Know
La Lupe - Puro Teatro
LaVern Baker - Jim Dandy
Lead Belly - Where Did You Sleep Last Night
Lee "Scratch" Perry - Having a Party
Lil Wayne - Mirror (feat. Bruno Mars)
Lil Yachty - Better (feat. Stefflon Don)
Living Colour - Cult of Personality
Lonnie Smith - It's Changed
Lou Rawls - You'll Never Find Love Like Mine
Louis Jordan - Caldonia
Lupe Fiasco - The Show Goes On
Ma Rainey - Deep Moaning Blues
Madlib - Slim's Return
Main Source - Fakin' the Funk


ROUND 1L

Maleek Berry - Been Calling
Mamie Smith - Crazy Blues
Mariah Carey - Breakdown
Marvin Gaye - Let's Get it On
Mary J. Blige - Sweet Thang
Max Roach - The Third Eye
Maxwell - Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)
Maze - Joy & Pain
Meek Mill - All Eyes on You (feat. Nicki Minaj & Chris Brown)
Method Man - You're All I Need (Feat. Mary J. Blige)
MF DOOM - Doomsday
Michael Jackson - Rock with You
Michael Kiwanuka - Cold Little Heart
Migos - Motorsport (feat. Cardi B & Nicki Minaj)
Miguel - Adorn
Miles Davis - So What
Minnie Riperton - Inside My Love
Miriam Makeba - Pata Pata
Missy Elliott - The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)
Mobb Deep - Shook Ones
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Postby bluecherry » Tue Dec 26, 2017 6:56 pm

Mariah Carey - Breakdown
Marvin Gaye - Let's Get it On
Mary J. Blige - Sweet Thang
Meek Mill - All Eyes on You (feat. Nicki Minaj & Chris Brown)
Method Man - You're All I Need (Feat. Mary J. Blige)
Michael Jackson - Rock with You
Michael Kiwanuka - Cold Little Heart
Miguel - Adorn
Minnie Riperton - Inside My Love
Missy Elliott - The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)
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Postby Jonathan » Tue Dec 26, 2017 6:56 pm

Mariah Carey - Breakdown
Marvin Gaye - Let's Get it On
Mary J. Blige - Sweet Thang
Maxwell - Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)
Method Man - You're All I Need (Feat. Mary J. Blige)
Michael Jackson - Rock with You
Miguel - Adorn
Miles Davis - So What
Minnie Riperton - Inside My Love
Missy Elliott - The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)
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Postby Goldmoney » Tue Dec 26, 2017 8:42 pm

Yay - no Hammer! 8-)

Mariah Carey - Breakdown
Marvin Gaye - Let's Get it On
Mary J. Blige - Sweet Thang
Maxwell - Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)
Method Man - You're All I Need (Feat. Mary J. Blige)
Michael Jackson - Rock with You
Miles Davis - So What
Minnie Riperton - Inside My Love
Missy Elliott - The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)
Mobb Deep - Shook Ones
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Postby JSparksFan » Tue Dec 26, 2017 8:46 pm

Mariah Carey - Breakdown
Marvin Gaye - Let's Get it On
Mary J. Blige - Sweet Thang
Maxwell - Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)
Meek Mill - All Eyes on You (feat. Nicki Minaj & Chris Brown)
Method Man - You're All I Need (Feat. Mary J. Blige)
Michael Jackson - Rock with You
Migos - Motorsport (feat. Cardi B & Nicki Minaj)
Miguel - Adorn
Minnie Riperton - Inside My Love
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Postby Erotica » Tue Dec 26, 2017 9:38 pm

Mamie Smith - Crazy Blues
Mariah Carey - Breakdown
Marvin Gaye - Let's Get it On
Mary J. Blige - Sweet Thang
MF DOOM - Doomsday
Michael Jackson - Rock with You
Miguel - Adorn
Miles Davis - So What
Miriam Makeba - Pata Pata
Mobb Deep - Shook Ones
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Postby Nippian93 » Tue Dec 26, 2017 11:22 pm

Maleek Berry - Been Calling
Mamie Smith - Crazy Blues
Marvin Gaye - Let's Get it On
Mary J. Blige - Sweet Thang
Maze - Joy & Pain
Method Man - You're All I Need (Feat. Mary J. Blige)
Michael Jackson - Rock with You
Miles Davis - So What
Minnie Riperton - Inside My Love
Mobb Deep - Shook Ones
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Postby Thriller » Wed Dec 27, 2017 12:39 am

Mariah Carey - Breakdown
Marvin Gaye - Let's Get it On
Mary J. Blige - Sweet Thang
Maxwell - Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)
Method Man - You're All I Need (Feat. Mary J. Blige)
Michael Jackson - Rock with You
Michael Kiwanuka - Cold Little Heart
Miguel - Adorn
Minnie Riperton - Inside My Love
Missy Elliott - The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)
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Postby Jerz » Wed Dec 27, 2017 5:12 am

Mariah Carey - Breakdown
Marvin Gaye - Let's Get it On
Mary J. Blige - Sweet Thang
Maxwell - Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)
Method Man - You're All I Need (featuring Mary J. Blige)
Michael Jackson - Rock with You
Michael Kiwanuka - Cold Little Heart
Miguel - Adorn
Minnie Riperton - Inside My Love
Missy Elliott - The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)
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Postby bluecherry » Thu Dec 28, 2017 7:52 pm

The Betrayal of Janet Jackson
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Justin Timberlake is performing at the Super Bowl? Keep it.

I still remember being shocked when *NSYNC’s music video for “Gone” appeared on BET’s 106 & Park. The video-countdown show, a black counterpart to MTV’s soon-to-return TRL, usually only featured white artists when they were Eminem or Jon B. But “Gone” was one of the tracks on *NSYNC’s third album, Celebrity, that was designed to cement Timberlake as the boy band’s frontman. Previous albums featured more lead vocals from JC Chasez, the unsung star of *NSYNC, but from the moment the first single on Celebrity dropped, they had become the Justin Timberlake show.

This was OK because somehow, Timberlake seemed down. Those runs on “Gone” still give me chills. There’s no denying the body has verve and vocals. When he dropped Justified and teamed up with Pharrell and Timbaland, it was game, set, match. I’d forgotten about the fact that I once preferred Chasez and fell in love Timberlake’s honeysuckle Memphis twang. How could I have known that honeysuckle could sometimes smell like murdering an icon’s career?

On Feb. 1, 2004, Janet Jackson headlined Super Bowl XXXVIII and brought along with her Diddy, Nelly, and Kid Rock. No one remembers what the latter three did that day (but we’ll get to Kid Rock momentarily), because Jackson brought along Timberlake as her surprise guest. She’d been featured on his Justified debut, providing background vocals on the track “(And She Said) Take Me No,” so she invited him to perform alongside her on a national stage, in front of an estimated 90 million viewers. During a duet of his song “Rock Your Body,” during the lyric “Gonna have you naked, by the end of this song,” Timberlake grabbed part of Jackson’s costume and exposed her right breast on live television. It was later referred to as a “wardrobe malfunction,” but it led to a massive FCC fine and crackdown (the FCC eventually lost the suit).

But this wardrobe malfunction had heavy consequences… for Jackson. MTV, which produced the halftime show as part of their “Choose or Lose” voting campaign, threw Jackson under the bus immediately, along with its parent company Viacom’s other networks (CBS, on which the Super Bowl aired, was one of them). In the wake of the “Nipplegate” controversy, according to Rolling Stone, it responded by “essentially blacklisting her, keeping her music videos off their properties MTV, VH1, and radio stations under their umbrella. The blacklist spreads to include non-Viacom media entities as well.”

There’s an pulverizing irony in the fact the company that once didn’t air black artists like Jackson’s brother Michael was the same one that wreaked havoc on her career in the mid-2000s, creating an impermeable cloud of negativity over her next three albums. It wasn’t until the release of Jackson’s latest album, Unbreakable, her pregnancy, and return to the stage with the State of the World Tour that she finally broke hold of over a decade of undue blame.

Undue largely because the white artist at the center of the controversy received none of the backlash. At the 46th Annual Grammy Awards that year, Jackson was forced to “bow out gracefully” from the ceremony, where she was supposed to honor former collaborator Luther Vandross. Timberlake, however, was in attendance. As Jackson continued to lose projects, Timberlake retreated to work on his next album and dropped FutureSex/LoveSounds two years later to critical acclaim. The same year, Jackson’s album 20 Y.O. kept her still batting away questions about the Super Bowl. When interviewed by MTV, Timberlake said of the situation: “I probably got 10 percent of the blame, and that says something about society. I think that America’s harsher on women. And I think that America is, you know, unfairly harsh on ethnic people.”

Oh, you sweet soul, Timberlake. That was the only apology he had to offer Jackson, who not only invited him on her stage at Super Bowl, but had done it years earlier in 1998, when she included *NSYNC as the opening act for her Velvet Rope Tour. Jackson put him on and instead got silence in return. Michael Jackson even aided an MTV performance of *NSYNC’s when they were promoting their Pop album. Timberlake once said he felt the confidence to leave *NSYNC because of Michael Jackson’s inspiration. The utter disrespect he’s shown to the Jackson family, to Michael Jackson’s sister, after so much alleged inspiration is appalling. But not surprising.

Timberlake possesses the type of white privilege that’s benign, but sneaks in whenever his fight or flights kick in. Last year, when Jesse Williams won the Humanitarian Award at the BET Awards, he gave a speech about how important it is to support black women: “This is also in particular for the black women in particular who have spent their lifetimes dedicated to nurturing everyone before themselves. We can and will do better for you.”

Perhaps missing the irony while slinging hash at his subpar Manhattan restaurant Southern Hospitality, Timberlake tweeted effusive support for Williams’ speech and claimed to be “#inspired.” A follower quickly clapped back with:

“So does this mean you’re going to stop appropriating our music and culture? And apologize to Janet too.”

Timberlake, instead of remembering that one time he definitely didn't do better for a black woman, responded: “Oh, you sweet soul. The more you realize that we are the same, the more we can have a conversation. Bye.”

After Twitter users dragged him for his response, Timberlake deleted it and issued an apology: “I apologize to anyone that felt I was out of turn. I have nothing but LOVE FOR YOU AND ALL OF US.”

Cultural-appropriation accusations aside—that’s the least of my problems with Timberlake and most criticisms can be explained away by him being a white boy from Memphis who grew up loving soul music—the overwhelmingly negative response to his tweet should have alerted him to the fact that nobody’s really forgiven him for his behavior toward Jackson.

Jackson’s career has effectively recovered at this point. She doesn’t need the Super Bowl and she sure as hell doesn’t need anything from Timberlake. But it’s still damning that Timberlake will be rewarded after he was never punished in the first place. My only hope is that as Timberlake attempts to return to the Super Bowl arena, he’ll be forced to reckon with the sins of his past.

I don’t however, expect the NFL to confront its sins. The hypocrisy of how Jackson was treated versus Timberlake simply highlights how the institution treats black bodies. There are NFL players with rape and domestic-abuse allegations, but those are swept under the rug much more easily than Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem was last year. It’s fashionable to kneel now, of course, but that’s only because rich white men don’t like being told what to do, even if it’s coming from the president of United States of America.

Maybe, just maybe, it’s never really been about the flag. After all, during the same Super Bowl that Jackson’s breast was exposed, Kid Rock (told you we’d get back to him) wore a poncho made from an American flag and tossed it into the audience, upsetting the Veterans for Foreign Wars and former U.S. Senator Zell Miller. When it comes to the NFL, it's just like America—it’s easy enough to create controversy and get away with it when you’re white.
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A Tribe Called Quest - Bonita Applebum
Afroman - Before I Got High
Akon - Sorry, Blame It On Me
Al Jarreau - We're In This Love Together
Albert King - Born Under a Bad Sign
Ali Farka Toure - Savane
Allen Toussaint - Southern Nights
Amadou & Mariam - Bofou Safou
Angelique Kidjo - Agolo
Antony Santos - Donde Estara
Arsenio Rodriguez - La Yuca
Art Blakey - Moanin'
Arthur Lee - Everybody's Gotta Live
Azealia Banks - The Big Big Beat
Baaba Maal - Traveller
Bad Brains - I Against I
Barrington Levy - Murderer
Beanie Sigel - Feel It In the Air
Bessie Smith - Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out
Big L - Put It On
Big Sean - I Know (feat. Jhene Aiko)
Billy Preston - With You I'm Born Again
Blind Willlie Johnson - Dark Was the Day, Cold Was the Ground
Bo Diddley - Who Do You Love
Bombino - Amidinine
Bootsy Collins - I'd Rather Be With You
Boubacar Traoré - Santa Mariya
Brand Nubian - Slow Down
Buddy Guy - Damn Right I've Got the Blues
Burning Spear - Marcus Garvey
Celia Cruz - La Vida Es Un Carnaval
Chance the Rapper - Same Drugs
Charles Mingus - Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
Charley Patton - Down the Dirt Road Blues
Charlie Parker - Now's The Time
Clifford Brown - Easy Living
Coleman Hawkins - Body and Soul
Cymande - Brothers on the Side
D.R.A.M - Cash Machine
Da brat - What'Chu Like
Danny Brown - Grown Up
Dawn Richard - 86
Dennis Brown - Here I Come
Desiigner - Panda
Blood Orange - It Is What It Is
Dexter Gordon - I'm a Fool to Want You
Digable Planets - Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat)
Dizzy Gillespie - A Night In Tunisia
Don Omar - Dale Don Dale
Donald Byrd - (Fallin' Like) Dominoes
Duke Ellington - In a Sentimental Mood
E-40 - Red Cup
Eddie Hazel - California Dreamin'
Eddie Kendricks - Girl You Need a Change of Mind
Elmore James - Dust My Broom
Elza Soares - Mas Que Nada
EPMD - Da Joint
Esperanza Spalding - Crowned and Kissed
Esther Phillips - What a Difference a Day Makes
Fats Domino - Blueberry Hill
Fats Waller - Honeysuckle Rose
Fela Kuti - Water No Get Enemy
Floetry - Say Yes
Flying Lotus - Coronus, The Terminator
Funkadelic - Can You Get to That
Gang Starr - Mass Appeal
George Clinton - Atomic Dog
Gil Scott Heron - The Bottle
Goodie Mob - Cell Therapy
Grandmaster Caz - MC Delight
Gregory Isaacs - Night Nurse
Gregory Porter - Smile
Gucci Mane - I Get the Bag (feat. Migos)
Guru - Feel the Music
GZA - Liquid Swords
Habib Koite - Sirata
Howlin Wolf - Smokestack Lightnin'
Ice-T - I'm Your Pusher
J Dilla - Won't Do
Jay Electronica - Exhibit C
Jeezy - Me OK
Jimmy Cliff - I Can See Clearly Now
Jimmy Reed - Bright Lights Big City
Jimmy Smith - Midnight Special
Jodeci - Freek'N You
Joe Arroyo - La Rebelion
Joey Bada$$ - Temptations
John Lee Hooker - Hobo Blues
Jose James - Always There
Junior Wells - Hoodman Blues
Kamasi Washington - Truth
Killer Mike - Reagan
King Sunny Ade - The Message
Kirk Franklin - I Smile
Kool Keith - Livin' Astro
KRS-One - MC's Act Like They Don't Know
La Lupe - Puro Teatro
LaVern Baker - Jim Dandy
Lead Belly - Where Did You Sleep Last Night
Lee "Scratch" Perry - Having a Party
Lil Wayne - Mirror (feat. Bruno Mars)
Lil Yachty - Better (feat. Stefflon Don)
Living Colour - Cult of Personality
Lonnie Smith - It's Changed
Lou Rawls - You'll Never Find Love Like Mine
Louis Jordan - Caldonia
Lupe Fiasco - The Show Goes On
Ma Rainey - Deep Moaning Blues
Madlib - Slim's Return
Main Source - Fakin' the Funk
Maleek Berry - Been Calling
Mamie Smith - Crazy Blues
Max Roach - The Third Eye
Maxwell - Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)
Maze - Joy & Pain
MF DOOM - Doomsday
Michael Kiwanuka - Cold Little Heart
Migos - Motorsport (feat. Cardi B & Nicki Minaj)
Miriam Makeba - Pata Pata
Mobb Deep - Shook Ones


ROUND 1M

Monica - Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)
Mos Def - Mathematics
Muddy Waters - Champagne & Reefer
Mya - My Love Is Like... Wo
N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton
Nancy Wilson - (You Don't Know) How Glad I Am
Nao - Girlfriend
Nas - Nas Is Like
Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E
Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
Nelly - Dilemma (feat. Kelly Rowland)
New Edition - If It Isn't Love
Ne-Yo - Because of You
Nicki Minaj - Pills N Potions
Nile Rodgers - Overcome (with Laura Mvula)
Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares for Me
Odetta - Hit or Miss
Ol' Dirty Bastard - Shimmy Shimmy Ya
Ornette Coleman - Lonely Woman
Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness
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Postby Carbon » Thu Dec 28, 2017 10:14 pm

Monica - Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)
Mya - My Love Is Like... Wo
Nancy Wilson - (You Don't Know) How Glad I Am
Nao - Girlfriend
Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E
Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
Nicki Minaj - Pills N Potions
Nile Rodgers - Overcome (with Laura Mvula)
Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares For Me
Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness

Edit: forgot to save Nina Simone so I switched
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Postby Goldmoney » Thu Dec 28, 2017 10:24 pm

Monica - Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)
Mya - My Love Is Like... Wo
N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton
Nas - Nas Is Like
Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E
Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
Nelly - Dilemma (feat. Kelly Rowland)
Ne-Yo - Because of You
Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares for Me
Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness
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Postby Erotica » Thu Dec 28, 2017 10:28 pm

Mos Def - Mathematics
Mya - My Love Is Like... Wo
N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton
Nas - Nas Is Like
Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E
Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
Nelly - Dilemma (feat. Kelly Rowland)Ne-Yo - Because of You
Nicki Minaj - Pills N Potions
Nile Rodgers - Overcome (with Laura Mvula)
Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness
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Postby Nippian93 » Thu Dec 28, 2017 11:14 pm

Monica - Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)
Mos Def - Mathematics
N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton
Nas - Nas Is Like
Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E
Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
Nile Rodgers - Overcome (with Laura Mvula)
Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares for Me
Ol' Dirty Bastard - Shimmy Shimmy Ya
Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness
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Postby Thriller » Thu Dec 28, 2017 11:34 pm

Monica - Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)
Mya - My Love Is Like... Wo
N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton
Nao - Girlfriend
Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
Ne-Yo - Because of You
Nicki Minaj - Pills N Potions
Nile Rodgers - Overcome (with Laura Mvula)
Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares for Me
Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness
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Postby JSparksFan » Thu Dec 28, 2017 11:52 pm

Monica - Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)
Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E
Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
Nelly - Dilemma (feat. Kelly Rowland)
Ne-Yo - Because of You
Nicki Minaj - Pills N Potions
Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares for Me
Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness
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Postby Jerz » Fri Dec 29, 2017 1:12 am

Monica - Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)
Mya - My Love Is Like... Wo
N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton
Nas - Nas Is Like
Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E
Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
Nicki Minaj - Pills N Potions
Nile Rodgers - Overcome (with Laura Mvula)
Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares for Me
Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness
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Postby Jonathan » Fri Dec 29, 2017 1:19 am

Monica - Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)
Muddy Waters - Champagne & Reefer
N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton
Nas - Nas Is Like
Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E
Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
New Edition - If It Isn't Love
Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares for Me
Ornette Coleman - Lonely Woman
Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness
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Postby Benjamin » Fri Dec 29, 2017 12:04 pm

Monica - Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)
Mya - My Love Is Like... Wo
N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton
Nancy Wilson - (You Don't Know) How Glad I Am
Nao - Girlfriend
Nas - Nas Is Like
Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E
Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
Nelly - Dilemma (feat. Kelly Rowland)
Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness
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Postby biscuits » Fri Dec 29, 2017 12:07 pm

Monica - Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)
Mos Def - Mathematics
Mya - My Love Is Like... Wo
Nancy Wilson - (You Don't Know) How Glad I Am
Nao - Girlfriend
Nas - Nas Is Like
Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E
Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
New Edition - If It Isn't Love
Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares for Me
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