[youtube]ZJETrC8zVVA[/youtube] D’Influence was a funk/soul band from the UK comprised of Sarah Anne Webb, Kwame Kwaten, Ed Baden-Powell and Steve Marston. They released four albums between ’92 and ’02. The band was formed in ’91 when keyboard player Kwame Kwaten used session saxophone player Steve Marston for a date with
[youtube]aUh-phYcB_o&[/youtube] 1. Isn’t it great that Beyonce became the first Black female urban/pop artist to open the Glastonbury Festival and has also been named the best act of the event? 2. Isn’t it also nice to know that Jill Scott got her first number one album this week? [youtube]JAuMLHqC5KQ[/youtube] 3.
Lil B has offered his new album I’m Gay (I’m Happy) for free to those who can not afford it. From what others have said this album is not gay at all. Download it here. Related posts: Media Questions Of The Week Media Questions Of The Week Black Hippy At
Wu-Tang is prepping fans for their July 26th release of Legendary Weapons with this track featuring Ghostface, Sean Price and Trife Diesel. Noah Rubin produced “Cheeba” and you can download it here. Related posts: Meth, Rae & Ghost-Our Dreams Wu-Tang Clan-Legendary Weapons Random Axe-Chewbacca Statik Selektah- Population Control feat. Sean