Archive for 01/07/2013


Selective Hearing

Have a listen to this new remix by Djemba Djemba:

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Burj In The Burbs

Best Movie Musical Moments #: Ryan Gosling- You Always Hurt The Ones You Love

After rewatching “Before Sunset” and that beautiful final scene, I began thinking of those movie moments where a acoustic musical number was simple and nice rather than douchey and pretentious.

“Blue Valentine” is an underrated (and depressing) gem. Michelle Williams and Ryan Gosling play an couple going through serious problems, and- at least how I interpreted it- they efforts to fix their marriage aren’t quite sufficient. However, as viewers we see them as young, innocent, possibly naive kids who fall in love through ukulele talent, songs about the Presidents, and genuine affection. (may I also add their song, “You and Me”…). There is something so heartbreaking about seeing a marriage in ruins and then seeing how it all started so optimistically and beautifully.

The handsome, talented Ryan Gosling sings this in front of some store windows. It is amazing.

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Black America Web

The BET Awards is heading into Oscar territory. Not just for it’s 3-and-a half-hour running time, but for a noticeable transition into a new direction. Aside from Nikki Minaj, whose performances were beeped so much they were unintelligible, Kevin Hart playing the role of court jester and some production glitches that left host Chris Tucker searching for filler, the 2013 awards, broadcast for the first time from L.A.’s Nokia Theatre, was an entertaining grown folks affair.

Charlie Wilson and Dwyane Wade, the night’s honorees for Lifetime Achievement Award and Humanitarian Award, kept the classy factor intact and Chris Brown kept the drama on the stage though Claudia Jordan and Omarosa’s mother, yes I said, mother, mixed it up outside the show. Here are the highs, and a few lows, of the night:

COOL BROWN: Chris Brown was a model citizen at the BET Awards, opening the show with an…

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