sparkle-suds asked: I can't believe I haven't seen anything from you on the new Justin Timberlake/Jay-Z track! I know you're not big on JT, but I'm dying to know what you think of the song.
I keep hearing that song on the radio down here. I’m just so medium on JT. I don’t get the appeal. If we’re all about “Oo White Man’s Falsetto!” Robin Thicke should be way more famous. That song is so boring and he doesn’t even sound good singing it.
12:08 pm • 28 January 2013 •
BHM Day Seven: 10 White Singers We Thought Were Black
Previously in Black History.
It’s not sociopolitical or even all that important, but it’s just for fun. I was listening to Amy Winehouse today remembering how my mom & dad thought she was some 60’s black girl group they didn’t know about. It made me think of other white people who were perceived as black artists initially either by accident or through marketing from their record label. Some of these musicians are old enough that I always knew they were white, but not everybody did when they first arrived on the scene.
List after the jump.
4:25 pm • 7 February 2012 •
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Now I’m annoyed thinking about Justin Timberlake.
LOOK AT HIM! HE IS SO AVERAGE IN EVERY WAY!
I don’t understand why black people are all on his ballsack so hard. He’s just some country-ass, medium-looking white dude from Tennesse. OK, she he had a few Motown records growing up, puts some black girls in his videos and pretends to be “down.” So? When have you ever seen him with a black woman aside from when he was ending Janet Jackson’s career? Britney Spears…Cameron Diaz…Jessica Biel…you can’t find whiter White Girls than that!
He probably sits up in his big-ass mansion giggling about what kind of weak-ass songs he can get black people to buy next just because he put a whining falsetto on it.
I mean, if you must go support White Boy Swagg, you need to switch on over to Robin Thicke. His voice is better, his range is better, his music is better, his style is better, and his taste in women is obviously better:
8:06 pm • 7 March 2011 •
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