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Black Girl Classics:

Playlist Series: Something for The Side Chicks

Whitney Houston: Saving All My Love for You
Atlantic Starr: Secret Lovers
Mary J Blidge: I Can Love You Better
Whitney Houston: I’m Your Baby Tonight
Shirley Murdock/Kelly Price: As We Lay
R. Kelly: Down Low
The Soul Child: I’ll Be the Other Woman
Keith Sweat: Nobody
Salt-n-Pepa: I’ll Take Your Man
Karyn White: Secret Rendezvous
Billy Paul: Me and Mrs Jones
S.O.S. Band: Just Be Good to Me
Aaliyah: I Can Be
Jon B.: They Don’t Know
Blaque: She Don’t Got the Boom Like I Do
Stevie Wonder: Part Time Lover
Tony! Toni! Tone!: Whatever You Want
Karyn White: Superwoman
Xscape: My Little Secret
Gladys Knight & The Pimps: If I Were Your Woman
Betty Wright: Clean Up Woman
Pleasure P: Boyfriend #2
Trey Songz: Last Time
Aaliyah: If Your Girl Only Knew
SWV: You’re The One
Mtume: You, Me & He
Me'Shell Ndegeocello: If That’s Your Boyfriend (He Wasn’t Last Night)
Brandy & Monica: The Boys Mine
SWV: I’m So Into You
Alicia Keys: Like You’ll Never See Me Again
Cherrelle: Saturday Love
Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam with Full Force: I Wonder If I Take You Home
MC Luscious: Boom I Got Your Boyfriend
Naughty By Nature: O.P.P.
Maxwell: Bad Habits
Luther Ingram: If Loving You is Wrong (I Don’t Wanna Be Right)

Bonus:  The Main Chicks’ Response

Shirley Brown: Woman to Woman
Mokenstef: He’s Mine
Brandy & Monica: The Boys Mine
Monica: Sideline Ho
Shirley Brown: You Ain’t Woman Enough to Take My Man


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hong seol’s wardrobe appreciation: episode 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
The Best I Ever Had (Acoustic)
The Swellers
The Best I Ever Had (Acoustic)

It was a young and angry summer
A song that changed my mind
I heard it on the radio
And if everyone else heard this
They wouldn’t be so sad
It was the best I ever had
It was the best I ever had

I remember April ‘94
September '96
And every day of '99
Whether I waited for those records
Or helped Seattle cry
It was the best I ever had
And I know we’ll never die

Yeah, we were right about it
We’d be lost without it
Yeah what could ever take that?

I miss it too
And I miss the songs we knew
And if I could go back
I’d do it all again
It was the best I ever had

While the world was waking up and
Putting on their suits
I was planning my escape
And when I had that conversation
With my mom and dad
I said I’m never looking back
It was the best I ever had

And they were wrong about us
We showed them not to doubt us
Yeah what could ever take that?

I miss it too
And I miss the songs we knew
And if I could go back
I’d do it all again
It was the best I ever had

I’d do it all again

I’ve been everywhere now
Searching far and wide
But she was down the street
She looked just like an angel
Flying down to me
But I was underground
Where the devil comes to feed

And everything felt so right
I could show it to do wrong
But she taught me everything
And I don’t know where she is now
But I’ll never forget
She was the best I ever had
Or ever will again
The best I ever had

And if everyone else heard this
They wouldn’t be so sad
It was the best I ever had

(The Swellers – The Best I Ever Had (Acoustic))

anonymous asked:

Okay I really need to get this off my chest? Like? Me + the 5 other people in my class were just forced to watch Get Out? Y’know, the extremely violent horror movie with racism as its main theme? I get if they wanted us to learn about racism but we’re all literally 14. I just had a panic attack bc of that fucking movie and I had to comfort my BLACK bff who was so scared by the movie she sat and cried in the bathroom for an hour. This just pissed me off I’m sorry

why were u forced lmao what class was this even and don’t they have to issue permission slips to watch a movie like that in school? and is it that violent? aside from the ending of course i remember it being more tense than anything which is supposed to make you extremely uncomfortable…i guess that’s beside the point tho seeing as i’m not 14 so younger people might be more sensitive to that sort of stuff. to be fair it would be pretty jarring in an environment like that anyway lmao AGAIN WHY DID THEY MAKE YOU WATCH THIS IN SCHOOL… i really wanna know what class this was like why not just show the malcolm x biopic instead lmao. i loved get out but i also saw it in theatres which is where you’d get the full experience with everyone’s reactions and everything…if you’re into scary movies and have the choice of watching it or not of course, that’s the most important part. it just seems really weird that they’d show a horror movie in school at all regardless of its topic, relevant or not lmao