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i-wanna-funk-you  asked:

DUDE the way you draw expressions.... THEIR FACES IN THE RECENT COMIC ❤❤❤ so cute!!!!! Your gyjos always makes me so happy, keep up the work bruh!!!!

AHH tHANK YOU im so glad you like them!! It’s my favorite part of drawing comics. and also the part that takes away my soul bc im never pleased with them- Its a love / hate relationship we have goin

also i had my watercolors here So i made you a gyro since hes the king of expressions

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On this day in music history: June 13, 1981 - “Give It To Me Baby” by Rick James hits #1 on the Billboard R&B singles chart for 5 weeks, topping the Club Play chart for 3 weeks on July 25, 1981, also peaking at #40 on the Hot 100 on July 18, 1981. Written and produced by Rick James, it is the second R&B chart topper for the singer, songwriter and musician dubbed the “King Of Punk Funk”. After the critical and relative commercial failure of his fourth album “Garden Of Love” in 1980, Rick James returns home to his native Buffalo, NY to regroup, “determined to do the greatest album” he could produce. “Give It To Me Baby is inspired after a night of heavy partying. James goes home and sits down at the piano, writing it in short order. The track is recorded at The Record Plant in Sausalito, CA in December of 1980, with James’ lead vocal being completed in only two or three takes. Issued as the first single from James’ landmark album "Street Songs” on February 20, 1981, it is an immediate smash on R&B radio and on the dance floor. Shortly after the single’s release, Motown also issues a commercial 12" single featuring an extended version of “Give It To Me Baby”. The extended 12" mix and its instrumental B-side are both reissued on the 2001 Deluxe Edition of the “Street Songs” album. The bass line is later used on MC Hammer’s “Let’s Get It Started”, and James’ original version is sampled on Public Enemy’s “Fight The Power”.

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Full album up on youtube

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100 Days, 100 Nights” | Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings

The video was directed by Adam Elias Buncher using two vintage TV cameras bought on e-Bay for $50 dollars each. Shows how much you can do with just a little soul!