Music 2019


Olde Hornet

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Favorite R & B so far - Anderson Paak - Make It Better

Favorite Dance song so far - Meduza - Piece Of Your Heart (ft. Goodboys)

Any other good R & B recommendations?

How do you pronounce 6Lack? Slack? sixlack?
 

Olde Hornet

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I heard it from the horse’s mouth, it’s black. He has a new song with Jessie Reyes where he stated that people him 6 lack. LOL. What the hell does he expect, he spelled his name that way.
 
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BulldogM.Ed.23

Bulldog Fan/Supporter
<---I am into NeoSoul. Haven't had the time to check out a lot of new music as of late, but deep in my current playlist rotation is the 3rd release from Erykah Badu's backup band based out of Dallas, Texas--> RC & the Gritz. They have a unique soulful sound. Never will you hear them and most NeoSoul style music on mainstream R&B radios stations today. Nevertheless, I love it --> View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7aNdkCaLtg
 

BulldogM.Ed.23

Bulldog Fan/Supporter
I heard this 3 months ago. I have no idea why it ain't blow up. I've learned in some places it is receiving heavy rotation and in some places it's not. Still, this is the best up to date R&B joint I've heard in a minute. With a voice like Lauryn Hill & Jasmine Sullivan, original lyrics, and a catchy tune with a classic sample courtesy of the WuTang Clan (C.R.E.AM.) and The Charmels (original performers), this is my song of the year--> View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gbOocVqeXk
 

Olde Hornet

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Cambridge University: 'Stormzy effect' helps rise in black students

View: https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-50005023


The "Stormzy effect" has contributed to more black students being admitted to the University of Cambridge, it has said.

For the first time, black students made up more than 3% of new undergraduates, according to figures released by the university.

Grime artist Stormzy has pledged to fund the tuition fees and living costs of two students each year.

The university said the new figures were reflective of wider UK society.

This year 91 black students were admitted to the university, up about 50% from the 61 who started courses in autumn 2018.

Reacting to the news in a tweet, Stormzy said: "This is amazing - there's no way that this is because of me alone."

He went on to thank the Cambridge University African Caribbean Society and the university itself for their efforts to recruit more black students.
 
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