James Ingram medley tribute (Video)

Rest in peace, James Ingram…

Via

1. When You Love Someone (with Anita Baker)
2. Where Did My Heart Go
3. I Don’t Have the Heart
4. Baby, Come to Me (with Patti Austin)
5. One Hundred Ways (with Quincy Jones)
6. Somewhere Out There (with Linda Ronstadt)
7. How Do You Keep the Music Playing (with Patti Austin)
8. There’s No Easy Way
9. The Day I Fall in Love (with Dolly Parton)
10. Just Once (with Quincy Jones)
11. I Just Can’t Let Go (with David Pack & Michael McDonald)
12. What About Me (with Kenny Rogers & Kim Carnes)
13. Someone Like You
14. Party Animal (Extended)
15. It’s Real (Extended)
16. Yah Mo B There (Extended)(with Michael McDonald)

R.I.P. Prodigy

Received the news earlier today about Prodigy’s passing and it hit me like a ton of bricks. I grew up on the M-O-B-B- music, from Juvenile Hell all the way to Prodigy’s solo career. I’m pretty sure the first time i heard Mobb Deep was on Stretch & Bob’s show, i could be wrong. But i do know for a fact, Hold Down The Fort was the first time i heard from them and was the first taste {} of what was to come from P and Hav. Rest easy, Prodigy…

Rest In Peace, George Michael…

WOW. No words, except the big middle finger to 2016…

Singer George Michael had died, according to multiple reports. He was 53.

“It is with great sadness that we can confirm our beloved son, brother and friend George passed away peacefully at home over the Christmas period,” Michael’s publicist said in a statement to Sky News and BBC News.

“The family would ask that their privacy be respected at this difficult and emotional time. There will be no further comment at this stage.”

Thames Valley Police said South Central Ambulance Service attended a property in Goring in Oxfordshire at 13:42 GMT, according to the BBC. Authorities say there were no suspicious circumstances surrounding his death, according to the BBC.

Michael, who was born Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou, launched his music career in the 1980s as a band member of Wham!. In 1987, he released his debut solo album, Faith, which catapulted him into success.

During his almost four-decades of fame, the singer sold 100 million albums worldwide.

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George Michael had a shitload of great records, but this one will always remain my favorite…