Nov 3, 2014

In My Ears @RamseySaidWHAT Week of 10/26

In My Ears Week of 10/26

Album of the Week: Kaleidoscope Dream - Miguel

 This week's album of the week could be a throwback in it's own right. WTM's R&B Album of 2012 is still in my phone's rotation and has been revisited this week. How Many Drinks, Adorn, Gravity (on the deluxe version), and Candles in the Sun....Nuff Said.

Indie Project: Rugged but Smooth - Joe College

You know I often wondered if he was gonna change his name post-graduation. Anyways, I copped this from him earlier in the week. Believe the hype. Start to finish it's dope. I especially like his ode to Nas's NY State of Mind remake in the first track titled, Make Money, Take Money. Expect a review of this project very soon, maybe an interview if I'm lucky.

Throwback Jawn: Color Me Badd - Self Title

I was playing around in my dad's old vinyls, cassettes, CDs, and came across this gem lying around the basement. Threw it in my car throughout the weekly commute and I learned something. Color Me Badd were not one hit wonders. These brothers put together a great project and there's more to them than I Wanna Sex You Up, I promise.

Song on Repeat: Strange Fruit - Elijah Blake

I listened to the album a few times this week writing the review on Blake's Drift EP. Great project throughout but the song I had repeated for my own lesuire even after the review was written was Strange Fruit. It's beyond catchy, it's sexy. Fellas just throw this on a lazy sunday with ya woman. You're welcome in advance.
Jonathan C. Ramsey
Jonathan C. Ramsey

Multimedia Journalist, Founder and Chief Editor of WTM Host of A-Side B-Side Podcast and more. I like to talk about stuff and write it down. Sometimes to a microphone. Either way, I need you to feel this.

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