Entertainment, Music, Opinion

#TBT – Money To Blow – Birdman feat. Lil Wayne & Drake

We have another banger for our #ThrowbackThursday series. It’s hard to believe, but this track turns 10-years-old in 2019. “Money To Blow” was released as the third single off of Birdman’s “Priceless” album on September 16, 2009. However, Drake originally had leaked the song in 2008, according to Wikipedia. Our Throwback selection peaked at #2 […]

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Entertainment, Music, Opinion

#TBT – I Love College – Asher Roth

Imagine this: I’m just about 16-years-old, it’s 6:00 a.m. and the alarm for high school rings. I roll over in bed, turn on the TV, which happens to be on MTV. Immediately, the I Love College music video plays, marking the first time I’ve heard the song or seen the video. Of course, as a […]

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Entertainment, Music, Opinion

#TBT: Cashin’ Out – Ca$h Out

BANGER ALERT! Believe it or not, this jam is now seven-years-old after being released as Ca$h Out’s debut single in 2012. It peaked at #36 on the Billboard Top 100, and was voted the 46th best song of 2012, but I think it’s impact went far past its standings on the charts. The hot beat, […]

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Music

#TBT: Rise From the Ashes – Quietdrive

I was an emo teen, I guess. However, I don’t care what type of music you’re into; this song bangs. A classic, power-punk rock hit, Rise From the Ashes was released as Quietdrive’s first single in 2006, and was on the band’s debut album, “When All That’s Left Is You.” It is the first track […]

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Entertainment, Music

#TBT: Best I Ever Had – Drake

In keeping with today’s theme (Drake’s new album, “Scorpion”, is set to drop at 11 p.m.) our Throwback Thursday selection this week is Drizzy’s first hit, “Best I Ever Had.” In the track, Drake speaks to a woman about how she’s the “best he’s ever had” and talks about what makes her such a fine […]

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Entertainment, Music

#TBT: Take You There – Sean Kingston

Ahhhhh, another Thursday is upon us. That means it’s time for another Throwback Thursday track. This week’s selection is a jam from the late 2000’s by everyone’s favorite Jamaican rapper, Sean Kingston. One of the biggest hits from his self-title album, “Take You There” was released as the third single from his debut work in […]

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