ok so my mates and I were in the park and for some unknown reason we started talking about Motorbikes which eventually led to the Caribbean which led to Bob Marley Davidson’s. Anyway we talked about it for like 3 minutes have a laugh - I forget what at now - and then we moved on with our…
I was one of these mates! Ahhh those mad moments :P Totally surreal!
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“That Wesley Snipes character? That would have been me. Now you run that video in your mind. The first line of that song is ‘yo butt is mine’. Now I said "Who’s going to sing that to who. Because you sho ain’t singing it to me and I sho ain’t singing it to you" so right there, you know, right there we got a problem.”—
Prince, on why he declined to record ‘Bad’ with Michael Jackson as a duet.
The river is made of hydrogen sulfide. As hydrogen sulfide is much denser than water, it stays at the bottom and creates its own river. However, hydrogen sulfide is classified as a level 4 in the MSDS, and is very dangerous. Definitely not something you want to go take a dip in.
Genius. Legend. Visionary. Unique. The modern day Mozart. One of the greatest artists and performers the world has ever known. The songwriter with the most songs in Rolling Stone’s “500 Greatest Songs Of All Time”. The Beatles have more, but some were written by John, some by Paul, some by…
“I pride myself on working with great musicians, and I consider her to be as such. She’s an amazing talent, the real deal, so she just fell right into it. It was no problem whatsoever. I wanted to do something special. Then the notion of working with Beyoncé came about, and that made it extra special ‘cause I’m such a fan. It was cool working with Beyoncé because she’s a real talent, really cares about music. She seems to have a relationship with the music … which means that she does it naturally, like really naturally. After one rehearsal we played one of her tunes with my band, because usually she sings with tracks and I wanted to hear her sing with a live band, and it was, you don’t even want to know. It was good.”—Prince on working with Beyoncé at the 2004 Grammy Awards.