So here's what I propose. Next time I express a negative opinion about Beyonce, I won't be met with a gasping "How could you?" and automatic disgust. Instead the people around me will actually ask why I don't like Beyonce. Perhaps I will ask back—what do you like about her? And maybe, by the end of the conversation, one of us will change our opinion.
As it was previously reported, the offering will drop as part of Mr. Nelson’s two-fold resurgence, which has been tactfully teased over the past few years as his deal with Warner Brothers has been hashed out. But it’s a new day in our lavender-soaked kingdom and it appears we can look forward to a slew of new sights and sounds from the master of purple prolificacy. “Clouds” comes as a free single with the preorder of Art Official Age, which you can handle via iTunes today. Keep it locked for the latest from Paisley Park and listen to The Kid’s latest offering below.
With Rae’s long-awaited sixth studio album Fly International Luxurious Art (FILA) hitting shelves on September 16th, Wu-crew has plenty to look forward to. Now if someone would just compile all of these throwback joints into one piece, we’d really have something going. Put some love in the air for Jacko and stream Raekwon’s latest vintage jawns “Got To Be There” and “The Girl Is Mine” below. And if you still need some more MJ love, stay tuned as we’ll have an OKP exclusive tape to share a little later today.
Vosburgh moved back to Durham in 1991, the same year that the Capitol Broadcasting Company of Raleigh bought the Durham Bulls, a minor league baseball team that has played in Durham since 1902. Capitol Brodcasting President Jim Goodman decided to relocate the team to a more central location in the Triangle. In order to avoid relocation of the Bulls and to keep the team in its historic downtown park, Durham city leaders proposed a renovation of the historic Durham Athletic Park—which despite its role in the 1988 baseball classic Bull Durham, Vosburgh described as “small and beat up.”
King’s Quest was a series of computer games released in the 80s/early 90s that told the story of King Graham going on quests and fighting goblins and dragons and all that shit. They were puzzle games, which mostly meant that you walked around and picked up items like dead fish because later it would open a lock.