A Sunday Kind Of Love… 1961. Have a great Sunday my friends!
Responding to her middle school’s ban on shorts, leggings and yoga pants for girls.
Three Degrees’ singer Fayette Pinkney with David Bowie during the last night of the Young Americans sessions at Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia (1974). As Bowie described it “The squashed remains of ethnic music as it survives in the age of Muzak rock, written and sung by a white limey” [X].
"macklemore is the wave, he’s the first conscious rapper-"
"lorde’s the first girl to sing R&B well at such a young age-"
"eminem is one of the illest MC’s-"
"Diplo was the first to really mix dancehall with electronic shit-"
"I’m tired of hearing misogynistic lyrics in hip-hop-"
Meanwhile you’re listening to-
And the list goes on. There seems to be a trend of forgetfulness here, and you guys are so see-through you’re the Saran wraps you get at the dollar store for $0.99.
- Mahmood Mamdani (via meggannn)