In the need to have my collection of Brandy’s unreleased and rare material organized for my iTunes, I went to work on precisely organizing and tagging it all. With the help of Brandy’s Wikipedia page, I organized each and every song by its era and year, separating the unreleased songs by era for clean organization. On top of that, I created artwork for each of the separate collections as well to help provide a somewhat official experience for the content. Also for the explicit songs I added the explicit tag in iTunes to further that official experience feel.
This is a project I have been working on periodically over a long period of time and I’m so glad to finally share it with you all! With Brandy having such an amazing catalog of unreleased material, I feel it is only right to have it all properly organized and treated like official content. Plus with Brandy being quite a big fan of her unreleased material herself, would love to hear what she thinks of having the collection officially organized if she gets to see it! Hope you all find the collection very useful to have in your iTunes! Let’s make this a huge post to let everyone enjoy the gift of Brandy’s unreleased content! Lastly, with much time and effort being put into all of this, I simply ask if you share or post it anywhere, simply credit me and all will be well. Without further ado, let’s get into the collection!
Along with the unreleased content that was made for Brandy’s albums, she has been featured on content that ended up unreleased for other artists’ projects as well. All of the content in this collection are songs that were never officially released for purchase, not to be confused with content that is available for purchase (for example Jessie J’s “Conquer the World”). All of the contents can be downloaded in this one .zip file here. The file size is 115.4 MB.
This Just In: Brooks Brothers Merino Wool Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders Full Zip Cardigan
$21 on eBay
Does this really require an explanation? If you follow this blog, you know that this is one of my favorite patterns of all time. I have 3 ties, 1 bow tie, a pairs of socks, a rugby, a watch strap and another cardigan in the same pattern.
I knew Brooks Brothers made several sweaters in this pattern about four years ago. They pop up on eBay all the time, but never in my size. I saw that this was a large, but the seller mentioned that it was 20” armpit to armpit. This led me to believe that it was a boy’s large, which fits like a slim men’s small for the most part, narrower in the shoulders and slimmer and shorter in the sleeves. I ain’t mad though.