Black History Year | WINNER

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Poll ended at Tue Apr 03, 2018 10:07 pm

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Total votes : 24

Postby Noahh » Fri Dec 29, 2017 3:10 pm

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Monica - Don't Take It Personal (Just One of Dem Days)
Mos Def - Mathematics
Mya - My Love Is Like... Wo
N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton
Nas - Nas Is Like
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
"I got to do things my own way darling. Will you ever let me? Will you ever respect me? No!"

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Postby Benjamin » Fri Dec 29, 2017 3:11 pm

Interesting read on Janet by the way.
You're doing such a fantastic job, biscuits <3
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Postby bluecherry » Fri Dec 29, 2017 3:20 pm

Benjamin wrote:Interesting read on Janet by the way.
You're doing such a fantastic job, biscuits <3
Thank you! I don't know whether people have been reading the articles, but I've been enjoying posting them anyway!

Update in a couple hours (this is the most competitive round so far).
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Postby cheapthrills » Fri Dec 29, 2017 4:38 pm

Biscuits* this is amazing <3

Mya - My Love Is Like... Wo
N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton
Nancy Wilson - (You Don't Know) How Glad I Am
Nas - Nas Is Like
Nat King Cole - L-O-V-E
Natalie Cole - This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)
Nelly - Dilemma (feat. Kelly Rowland)
Nicki Minaj - Pills N Potions
Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares for Me
Otis Redding - Try a Little Tenderness

*and by biscuits, I mean bluecherry :lol: You are both food items!
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Postby Benjamin » Fri Dec 29, 2017 4:45 pm

bluecherry wrote:
Benjamin wrote:Interesting read on Janet by the way.
You're doing such a fantastic job, biscuits <3
Thank you! I don't know whether people have been reading the articles, but I've been enjoying posting them anyway!

Update in a couple hours (this is the most competitive round so far).
Sorry I don't know why I called you biscuits :oops: :oops: :oops: I'm so stupid. sorry bluecherry <3 <3
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Postby bluecherry » Fri Dec 29, 2017 5:01 pm

Oh wow biscuits receiving my credits from everyone :( :lol:
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Postby cheapthrills » Fri Dec 29, 2017 6:20 pm

LOLLLLLLLL

sorry, bluecherry :)
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Postby Benjamin » Fri Dec 29, 2017 6:23 pm

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Postby biscuits » Fri Dec 29, 2017 9:58 pm

Haha, people saw Janet’s name and thought of me
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Postby bluecherry » Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:08 am

The Destruction of Black Wall Street
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Black citizens of Tulsa, Oklahoma, confronted White supremacist state violence long before Tulsa Police Department officer Betty Shelby fatally shot Terence Crutcher on camera without legal ramifications. Today (May 31) marks 96 years since White mobs, abetted by police, destroyed the city’s Greenwood neighborhood in one of the U.S.’s worst racist massacres.

Historian John W. Franklin of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture explained to Smithsonian Magazine last year that Black and Native people built wealth after discovering oil near the city in the early 1900s. That wealth anchored Greenwood’s thriving Black business district, which placed it among the country’s most affluent Black neighborhoods. “That’s what leads to Greenwood being called the Black Wall Street,” said Franklin. “It had restaurants and furriers and jewelry stores and hotels.”

That wealth infuriated White residents and business owners, and their anger exploded on May 31, 1921. According to the Tulsa Historical Society & Museum, police arrested a Black man named Dick Rowland on suspicion that he assaulted Sarah Page, a White woman, in an elevator the previous day. Local newspapers circulated unsubstantiated reports about Rowland allegedly raping Page, and an armed White group confronted a similarly armed Black group of World War I veterans outside the courthouse where the sherriff held Rowland. The two sides exchanged shots until the outnumbered Black militia, initially trying to prevent a lynching, had to retreat.

White Tulsans then attacked the Greenwood neighborhood for two days. Smithsonian Magazine says the mobs destroyed 35 blocks and killed almost 300 Black people. Police and the National Guard intervened primarily to put out building fires and arrest Black people, some of whom were taken out of vigilante custody. Franklin says that White rioters, aided by city government and the National Guard, ”were deputized and handed weapons” to carry out the massacre.

But while anger towards Rowland may have lit the fuse, Franklin says the riots systematically targeted Black wealth. Franklin helped bring a manuscript from his grandfather, Tulsa lawyer Buck Colbert Franklin, to the museum last year. The manuscript includes the elder Franklin’s description of private planes, commissioned either by the city or White business owners, that were used to bomb Greenwood:

“Smoke ascended the sky in thick, black volumes and amid it all, the planes—now a dozen or more in number—still hummed and darted here and there with the agility of natural birds of the air.

[…]

“The side-walks were literally covered with burning turpentine balls. I knew all too well where they came from, and I knew all too well why every burning building first caught from the top.”
The massacre remained largely ignored until 1997, when Oklahoma’s state legislature authorized the Oklahoma Commission to review the destruction. Its resulting 2001 report recommended reparations for survivors and their descendants, plus investment in contemporary Greenwood.
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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
Mos Def - Mathematics
Muddy Waters - Champagne & Reefer
Nancy Wilson - (You Don't Know) How Glad I Am
Nelly - Dilemma (feat. Kelly Rowland)
New Edition - If It Isn't Love
Ne-Yo - Because of You
Nile Rodgers - Overcome (with Laura Mvula)
Odetta - Hit or Miss
Ol' Dirty Bastard - Shimmy Shimmy Ya
Ornette Coleman - Lonely Woman


ROUND 1N

Outkast - Roses
Parliament - Give Up the Funk
Patti LaBelle - On My Own
Pete Rock - T.R.O.Y
Peter Tosh - Legalize It
Pharoah Sanders - You've Got To Have Freedom
Pharrell Williams - Frontin'
Popcaan - El Chapo
Prince - Kiss
Public Enemy - Fight the Power
Queen Latifah - U.N.I.T.Y.
Quincy Jones - Razzmatazz
R. Kelly - The World's Greatest
Rae Sremmurd - Black Beatles
Raekwon - Ice Cream
Ray Blk - My Hood
Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack
Remy Ma - Conceited
Richie Havens - Freedom
Rick James - Super Freak
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Postby bluecherry » Sat Dec 30, 2017 10:20 am

Outkast - Roses
Parliament - Give Up the Funk
Pharrell Williams - Frontin'
Prince - Kiss
Public Enemy - Fight the Power
Queen Latifah - U.N.I.T.Y.
Ray Blk - My Hood
Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack
Richie Havens - Freedom
Rick James - Super Freak
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Postby Nippian93 » Sat Dec 30, 2017 11:10 am

Patti LaBelle - On My Own
Pete Rock - T.R.O.Y
Peter Tosh - Legalize It
Pharoah Sanders - You've Got To Have Freedom
Public Enemy - Fight the Power
Queen Latifah - U.N.I.T.Y.
Quincy Jones - Razzmatazz
Raekwon - Ice Cream
Remy Ma - Conceited
Rick James - Super Freak
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Postby Benjamin » Sat Dec 30, 2017 11:15 am

Outkast - Roses
Parliament - Give Up the Funk
Patti LaBelle - On My Own
Pharrell Williams - Frontin'
Popcaan - El Chapo
Prince - Kiss
R. Kelly - The World's Greatest
Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack
Remy Ma - Conceited
Rick James - Super Freak
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Postby Thriller » Sat Dec 30, 2017 11:21 am

Outkast - Roses
Patti LaBelle - On My Own
Pharrell Williams - Frontin'
Prince - Kiss
R. Kelly - The World's Greatest
Rae Sremmurd - Black Beatles
Ray Blk - My Hood
Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack
Rick James - Super Freak
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Postby Jerz » Sat Dec 30, 2017 4:04 pm

Outkast - Roses
Parliament - Give Up the Funk
Patti LaBelle - On My Own
Pharrell Williams - Frontin'
Prince - Kiss
Public Enemy - Fight the Power
R. Kelly - The World's Greatest
Rae Sremmurd - Black Beatles
Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack
Rick James - Super Freak
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Postby VoteMe » Sat Dec 30, 2017 5:26 pm

Jerz wrote:Outkast - Roses
Parliament - Give Up the Funk
Patti LaBelle - On My Own
Pharrell Williams - Frontin'
Prince - Kiss
Public Enemy - Fight the Power
R. Kelly - The World's Greatest
Rae Sremmurd - Black Beatles
Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack
Rick James - Super Freak
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Postby Jonathan » Sat Dec 30, 2017 5:32 pm

Outkast - Roses
Parliament - Give Up the Funk
Patti LaBelle - On My Own
Peter Tosh - Legalize It
Pharrell Williams - Frontin'
Prince - Kiss
Public Enemy - Fight the Power
Quincy Jones - Razzmatazz
Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack
Rick James - Super Freak
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Postby Goldmoney » Sun Dec 31, 2017 11:39 am

Outkast - Roses
Parliament - Give Up the Funk
Patti LaBelle - On My Own
Pharrell Williams - Frontin'
Prince - Kiss
Public Enemy - Fight the Power
Queen Latifah - U.N.I.T.Y.
R. Kelly - The World's Greatest
Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack
Rick James - Super Freak
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Postby bluecherry » Mon Jan 01, 2018 1:36 pm

The Underground Railroad
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The Underground Railroad was a network of people, many African American, offering shelter and aid to escaped slaves. The exact dates of its operation are not known, but it operated anywhere from the late 18th century to the Civil War. The Underground Railroad was formed as a convergence of various clandestine efforts at the time.

The Quakers are considered the first organized group to actively help escaped slaves. George Washington complained in 1786 that Quakers had attempted to “liberate” one of his slaves.

In the early 1800s, Quaker abolitionist Isaac T. Hopper set up a network in Philadelphia that helped slaves on the run. At the same time, Quakers in North Carolina established abolitionist groups that laid the groundwork for routes and shelters for escapees.

The African Methodist Episcopal Church, established in 1816, was another proactive religious group helping fugitive slaves.

The earliest mention of the Underground Railroad came in 1831 when slave Tice Davids escaped from Kentucky into Ohio and his owner blamed an “underground railroad” for helping Davids to freedom.

In 1839, a Washington newspaper reported an escaped slave named Jim had revealed, under torture, his plan to go north following an “underground railroad to Boston.”

Vigilance Committees—created to protect escaped slaves from bounty hunters in New York in 1835 and Philadelphia in 1838—soon expanded their activities to guide slaves on the run. By the 1840s, the term Underground Railroad was part of the American vernacular.

Most of the slaves helped by the Underground Railroad escaped borders states like Kentucky, Virginia and Maryland.

In the deep South, the Fugitive Slave Act of 1793 made capturing escaped slaves a lucrative business, and there were fewer hiding places for them. Fugitive slaves were typically on their own until they got to certain points farther north.

People known as “conductors” guided the fugitive slaves. Hiding places included private homes, churches and school houses. These were called “stations,” “safe houses,” and “depots.” The people operating them were called “stationmasters.”

There were many well-used routes stretching west through Ohio to Indiana and Iowa. Others headed north through Pennsylvania and into New England or through Detroit on their way to Canada.

The reason many escapees headed for Canada was the Fugitive Slave Acts. The first act, passed in 1793, allowed local governments to apprehend and extradite escaped slaves from within the borders of free states back to their point of origin, and to punish anyone helping the fugitives. Some Northern states tried to combat this with Personal Liberty Laws, which were struck down by the Supreme Court in 1842.

The Fugitive Slave Act of 1850 was designed to strengthen the previous law, which was felt by southern states to be inadequately enforced. This update created harsher penalties and set up a system of commissioners that promoted favoritism towards slave owners and led to some freed slaves being recaptured. For an escaped slave, the northern states were still considered a risk.

Meanwhile, Canada offered blacks the freedom to live where they wanted, sit on juries, run for public office and more, and efforts at extradition had largely failed. Some Underground Railroad operators based themselves in Canada and worked to help the arriving fugitives settle in.

Harriet Tubman was the most famous conductor for the Underground Railroad.

Born a slave named Araminta Ross, she took the name Harriet (Tubman was her married name) when, in 1849, she escaped a plantation in Maryland with two of her brothers. They returned a couple of weeks later, but Tubman left again on her own shortly after, making her way to Pennsylvania.

Tubman later returned to the plantation on several occasions to rescue family members and others. On her third trip, she tried to rescue her husband, but he had remarried and refused to leave.

Distraught, Tubman reported a vision of God, after which she joined the Underground Railroad and began guiding other escaped slaves to Maryland. Tubman regularly took groups of escapees to Canada, distrusting the United States to treat them well.
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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
Mos Def - Mathematics
Muddy Waters - Champagne & Reefer
Nancy Wilson - (You Don't Know) How Glad I Am
Nelly - Dilemma (feat. Kelly Rowland)
New Edition - If It Isn't Love
Ne-Yo - Because of You
Nile Rodgers - Overcome (with Laura Mvula)
Odetta - Hit or Miss
Ol' Dirty Bastard - Shimmy Shimmy Ya
Ornette Coleman - Lonely Woman
Pete Rock - T.R.O.Y
Peter Tosh - Legalize It
Pharoah Sanders - You've Got To Have Freedom
Popcaan - El Chapo
Quincy Jones - Razzmatazz
Rae Sremmurd - Black Beatles
Raekwon - Ice Cream
Ray Blk - My Hood
Remy Ma - Conceited
Richie Havens - Freedom


ROUND 1O

Rick Ross - Hustlin'
Rihanna - Man Down
Robert Glasper - Maiysha (with Miles Davis & Erykah Badu)
Robert Johnson - Crossroad
Roberta Flack - The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face
Rokia Traore - Sabali
Romeo Santos - Imitadora
Ron Carter - The Shadow of Your Smile
Roxanne Shante - Roxanne's Revenge
Roy Ayers - Everybody Loves the Sunshine
Roy Brown - Good Rockin' Tonight
Run-D.M.C. - It's Tricky
RuPaul - Supermodel (You Better Work)
Ruth Brown - Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean
RZA - You Can't Stop Me Now
Sade - No Ordinary Love
Salt-N-Pepa - Let's Talk About Sex
Sam & Dave - Hold On, I'm Coming
Sam Cooke - A Change Is Gonna Come
Sammy David Jr - Mr Bojangles
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Postby navi » Mon Jan 01, 2018 2:55 pm

Robert Glasper - Maiysha (with Miles Davis & Erykah Badu)
Robert Johnson - Crossroad
Roberta Flack - The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face
Rokia Traore - Sabali
Roy Ayers - Everybody Loves the Sunshine
Run-D.M.C. - It's Tricky
Sade - No Ordinary Love
Salt-N-Pepa - Let's Talk About Sex
Sam & Dave - Hold On, I'm Coming
Sam Cooke - A Change Is Gonna Come
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Postby Jonathan » Mon Jan 01, 2018 4:49 pm

Rihanna - Man Down
Robert Glasper - Maiysha (with Miles Davis & Erykah Badu)
Robert Johnson - Crossroad
Roberta Flack - The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face
Ron Carter - The Shadow of Your Smile
Run-D.M.C. - It's Tricky
Sade - No Ordinary Love
Salt-N-Pepa - Let's Talk About Sex
Sam & Dave - Hold On, I'm Coming
Sam Cooke - A Change Is Gonna Come
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Postby Benjamin » Mon Jan 01, 2018 4:51 pm

Rick Ross - Hustlin'
Rihanna - Man Down
Robert Glasper - Maiysha (with Miles Davis & Erykah Badu)
Romeo Santos - Imitadora
Run-D.M.C. - It's Tricky
RuPaul - Supermodel (You Better Work)
Sade - No Ordinary Love
Salt-N-Pepa - Let's Talk About Sex
Sam Cooke - A Change Is Gonna Come
Sammy David Jr - Mr Bojangles
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Postby Goldmoney » Mon Jan 01, 2018 5:00 pm

Rick Ross - Hustlin'
Rihanna - Man Down
Roberta Flack - The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face
Roxanne Shante - Roxanne's Revenge
Run-D.M.C. - It's Tricky
RuPaul - Supermodel (You Better Work)
Sade - No Ordinary Love
Salt-N-Pepa - Let's Talk About Sex
Sam & Dave - Hold On, I'm Coming
Sam Cooke - A Change Is Gonna Come
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Postby JSparksFan » Mon Jan 01, 2018 5:15 pm

Rihanna - Man Down
Robert Glasper - Maiysha (with Miles Davis & Erykah Badu)
Robert Johnson - Crossroad
Roberta Flack - The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face
RuPaul - Supermodel (You Better Work)
Ruth Brown - Mama, He Treats Your Daughter Mean
Sade - No Ordinary Love
Salt-N-Pepa - Let's Talk About Sex
Sam & Dave - Hold On, I'm Coming
Sam Cooke - A Change Is Gonna Come
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Postby Thriller » Mon Jan 01, 2018 7:10 pm

Rihanna - Man Down
Roberta Flack - The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face
Roxanne Shante - Roxanne's Revenge
Run-D.M.C. - It's Tricky
RuPaul - Supermodel (You Better Work)
Sade - No Ordinary Love
Salt-N-Pepa - Let's Talk About Sex
Sam & Dave - Hold On, I'm Coming
Sam Cooke - A Change Is Gonna Come
Sammy David Jr - Mr Bojangles
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