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A Tribe Called Quest - Electric Relaxation
IQid=TCQER As. Click to listen to A Tribe Called Quest on Spotify: http://smarturl. A Tribe Called Quest's official music video for 'Electric Relaxation'.
A Tribe Called Quest - Electric Relaxation (1993)
Electric Relaxation by A Tribe Called Quest
Relax yourself girl, please set-tle down (4X) Verse One: Q-Tip, Phife Dawg Honey, check it out, you got me mesmerized With your black hair and fat-ass thighs .
A Tribe Called Quest - Electric Relaxation (Lyrics on screen) HD
Lyrics on screen.
A Tribe Called Quest - Midnight Marauders (Full Album) [HD]
Album released in 1993. One of the most classic hip hop albums ever.
The Road Love TraveledPrice World Publishing. 2014. ISBN: 9781619842960,1619842963. 172 pages.
The Road Love Traveled is a story of deception, lust, greed and gentrification told through the life of Lawrence Blake, a single father living in the Anacostia neighborhood of Washington, DC. Tired of the same ol’ same ol’, Lawrence wants something different. His love life is stale, and with his son out of state on summer vacation, he takes the opportunity to try to make some changes. He begins with a night on the town. Lawrence recruits his best friend, Howard, to join him in the rat race...
How to Make ItChronicle Books. 2017. ISBN: 9781452150529,1452150524. 212 pages.
This is the ultimate tell-all, show-all guide to making a living by making things. Featuring 25 profiles of illustrators, jewelry designers, ceramicists, painters, clothing designers, and printmakers, How to Make It provides a behind-the-scenes look at the daily rituals and best practices that keep these creative entrepreneurs on track. With Q & As, insider tips, and DIYs from each maker, these pages offer guidance and encouragement to artists just starting their careers and to professionals...
To the Break of DawnNYU Press. 2008. ISBN: 9780814716717,0814716717. 200 pages.
2007 Arts Club of Washington’s National Award for Arts Writing - Finalist With roots that stretch from West Africa through the black pulpit, hip-hop emerged in the streets of the South Bronx in the 1970s and has spread to the farthest corners of the earth. To the Break of Dawn uniquely examines this freestyle verbal artistry on its own terms. A kid from Queens who spent his youth at the epicenter of this new art form, music critic William Jelani Cobb takes readers inside the beats, the...