Jimmy Cliff is one of the most famous legends of reggae, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with 30 albums released between 1968 Island Records debut, Hard Road, and the 2012 Revival, which topped the Billboard reggae chart and won the Grammy award ® for Best Reggae Album.
The new icon collection brings together 11 of the most popular songs of Cliff, including his 1970 debut single, “Wonderful World, Beautiful People”, which went Top 25 on the Billboard Hot 100.
This unparalleled reference spans the entire scope of world history offering a thorough investigation into the most infamous crimes and their perpetrators throughout recorded time. Arranged by subject, from Assassination to Terrorism, each chapter begins with an essay that introduces the topic and provides a concise overview of the historical, social, and very often, political significance of the crime. Subjects are further developed crime-by-crime, from ancient to modern times through descriptive entries covering the criminal acts, modus operandi, criminal backgro
und information, and motives along with insightful anecdotes. Every major crime category is presented as a separate, all-inclusive history.
2013 release, the fourth album from the Buffalo, New York-based post-Hardcore band. Formed in 2008 by Matthew Tybor, also referred to as “The Bunny” hence the rabbit mask and persona he incorporates in the group. Tybor was immediately joined by Chris Hutka, known as “The Bear” whom likewise, wears a bear mask. Tybor employs screamed vocals for the band while Hutka provides clean vocals.
Here is the itunes version to N.O.R.E. aka P.A.P.I.’s album Student of the Game which hit shelves today. The albums includes features from Pete Rock, Raekwon, Busta Rhymes, Tech N9ne, Pharrell, Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Pusha T, French Montana and many more.
Description: 2013 release from Hip hop legend N.O.R.E. (AKA P.A.P.I). Featuring production by Neptunes, Jahlil Beats, Pete Rock, Large Professor, Hazardous Sounds, SPK, Charlie Brown, and LLLa and Inf (black Ops), Student Of The Game shows that N.O.R.E.’s sound continues to be innovative and new, while still delivering the hard street tracks that have earned him the status as one of New York’s most beloved rappers.
Description: 2013 album from the rapper, who is part of the Lox and D-Block collective. The album, produced by A-lister Scram Jones (Mariah Carey, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, etc.), features appearances from Jadakiss, NORE, Raekwon and Sheek Louch. Float is the follow-up to his 2011 album Master Of Ceremonies.
Bon AppÃ©tit focuses on what’s “now” in the world of food, drink, and entertaining, while still giving readers valuable cooking tools, tips, and most of all, recipes. This food lifestyle publication looks at life through the lens of food & cooking in, dining out, travel, entertainment, shopping and design.
Really smooth, joyous vocals and beautiful beats means The Foreign
Exchange is back. The Reworks is a showcase for Phonte and Nicolay’s
immediate and extended Foreign Exchange Music family — the duo’s
like-named group, the artists supported by the label, and their
affiliates and peers. This is a compilation of remixes done by
Nicolay and other remixers like Tall Black Guy, Pirahnahead, Ahmed
Sirour and more. Some are Foreign Exchange songs and some are remixed
songs from artists like RJD2, Vikter Duplaix, Jeanne Jolly and much
more. Nicolay does 8 of the remixes and infuses a lot of the sounds
that are going on today, such as subtle hints of dub step and
electronica. Nicolay remixed the RJD2 track featuring Kenna, “Games
You Can Win”, so well. That track and the whole album will surely get
you and your love in the mood. This is grown folks’ music that you
need in your life if you are ready! I will say that this album comes
highly recommended as the real lyrics can affect the soul and make
you think about love, life and everything in between long after the
songs are over.