Mar 11, 2013 Record Label
I noticed no one had posted this song other some Live versions, and I think it’s such a beautiful song that speaks so much. So I decided to make a lyric video for it. I hope it makes you think of someone special (: © I do not own this song, or lyrics, all rights go to No Justice and their record label.
Oct 26, 2011 Record Label
Thank you for watching! Learn how I got a free Apple iPad 2: (I love it for my music!) www.youtube.com Alicia Keys – If I Ain’t Got You, Lyrics In Video Please comment & rate! Thank you! I do not own this song, I simply uploaded it with the lyrics for everyone to enjoy, all copyright and credit for this music belongs to Alicia Keys and associated record label
Aug 26, 2010 Columbia Records
Nas – It Ain’t Hard To Tell From 1994 Album: “Illmatic”….. Nas Myspace: www.myspace.com Get Nas Music: www.amazon.com & itunes.apple.com Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones (pronounced /nɑːˈsɪər/; born September 14, 1973), who performs under the mononym Nas (/ˈnɑːz/), formerly Nasty Nas, is an American rapper and actor. The son of jazz musician Olu Dara, he was born and raised in the Queensbridge housing projects in New York City. Although he dropped out of middle school, he managed to attain a high degree of literacy which is prominent in his lyrics. His debut album Illmatic, was released in 1994 on Columbia Records. Illmatic was critically acclaimed and would go on to be widely hailed a classic. Nas was part of hip-hop supergroup The Firm, which released one album. From 2001 to 2005, Nas was involved in a widely publicized feud with rapper Jay-Z; both rappers verbally attacked each other in their songs. The two formally ended their rivalry through duet performances at concerts sponsored by New York City-area hip-hop radio stations. In 2006, he was listed number five on MTV’s 10 Greatest Emcees of All Time. Also in 2006, he signed to Def Jam, releasing his albums Hip Hop is Dead in 2006 and an untitled album in 2008. Nas was born Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones in Long Island City, Queens, New York. His father, Olu Dara, is a African American jazz trumpeter and his mother, Fannie Ann Jones, was a Postal Service worker. He has one sibling, a brother named Jabari Fret who assumes the …
Aug 2, 2010 Columbia Records
“Aint No Sunshine” is a song by Bill Withers from his 1971 album “Just As I Am” on Sussex Records, produced by Booker T. Jones. The record featured MGs Donald “Duck” Dunn on bass and drummer Al Jackson, Jr. and was released as a single in September 1971. It became a breakthrough hit for Withers, reaching number six on the US R&B chart and number three on the US Pop chart. Bill Withers’ Sussex recordings were later purchased by Columbia Records, who he signed with in 1977. Withers was still working at a factory that made toilet seats for Boeing 747s when he recorded the song. He originally intended to write more lyrics for the part of the song where he repeats the phrase “I know” twenty-six times, but the other musicians told him to leave it. “I was this factory worker puttering around”, Withers said. “So when they said to leave it like that, I left it.” Withers told Songfacts.com in an interview that he was inspired to write this song after watching the 1962 movie “Days Of Wine And Roses”. “Ain’t No Sunshine” is ranked 280th on Rolling Stone magazines list of the 500 Greatest Songs Of All Time. Thischannel is dedicated to all the great ‘old school’ R&B music I grew up with, the stuff that originally made me tap my feet and want to be a DJ. Funk, soul, disco, R&B, dance, hip-hop, rap, jazz, pop . . . 60s, 70s, 80s . . . whatever you call it, it’s all ‘old school’ and it’s all here! See my videos featuring the Roots of Rap at: www.youtube.com/djbuddyloveraproots Check out …