The Junkyard Band (Washington D.C. 1986)

An eight-member crew of Washington, DC-based youngsters, age eleven to seventeen, the Junkyard Band played their funky go-go music on overturned buckets instead of drums because they didn’t have the money for more conventional instruments. Produced by Rick Rubin, a big fan of go go, the Junkyard Band’s only Def Jam single “Sardines” b/w “The World” earned them a place among “The Greatest Bands You’ve (Probably) Never Heard” in Spin magazine’s August 2009 issue.

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Got high while listening to Willow Smith…. 


Willow Smith - Female Energy,
SZA - Warm Winds
Lion Babe - Jungle Lady
Iman Omari - Wait A Minute
BLKKATHY - Dem Bones
Little Simz - The Hamptons
D'Angelo / Khryo - Yellow Honey
Throwing Shade - Sweet Tooth
We Are Shining ft. Eliza Doolittle - Killing Me
Kevin Abstract - Drugs
Jays Ways ft. Nicole Millar - Infinity

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Sweet Connie by Meek Demeo.

Sick Sick Sick  music video. Just discovered it via jenewby

Definition of love gone wrong


“Hey Black Child”   recited by 3 yr old Pe’Tehn Raighn-Kem