Category: Alternative


  1. Shaktikazahn says:
    Luckily for all you music lovers, Happy Listening has returned for all your self-isolation and coronavirus cheering-up needs. We’ve seen some of the best new releases come out of this pandemic, and in the last week have been blessed with some awesome fresh tunes from around the world.
  2. Kikus says:
    Oct 31,  · You always gotta have a crispy pair of white Air Force 1s, or a crispy pair of Timberlands. Hell yeah. Out there — the day before they come out — dudes would be outside the stores. I was out there a couple times. Actually, the shoe that started it all for me was when the Fusions came out. The Jordan x Air Force 1 Fusions.
  3. Gojar says:
    Supreme Drops Guide: How to Cop The Item You Want! So, you’re new to the Supreme Drop craze and a little clueless about it? Well you're in luck, because on this article I will provide all the dirty details on Supreme Drop -- including how to shop faster, little tips and tricks that will help you get the items you want before they sell out and where to find that rare sold out items!
  4. Vusho says:
    Track 12 contains elements from "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More Baby" by Barry White () and "You Gotta Come Out Fresh" by Supreme Force () Personnel. James F. Campbell – main artist, producer, songwriter (tracks: , ) Louis Eric Barrier – producer; DJ Kut Terrorist – scratches "Lazer" Mike Rhodes – engineering.
  5. Jushicage says:
    7" Single on 45cat: The Supremes And Four Tops - You Gotta Have Love In Your Heart / I'm Glad About It - Motown - USA - M
  6. Moogukinos says:
    "Bad Weather" is a song recorded and released as a single by Motown vocal group The Supremes in It was composed by Stevie Wonder and Lynda Laurence's brother Ira Tucker Jr., and produced by Wonder. The song was then-lead singer Jean Terrell's last charted single as a member of the Supremes and the second and last time Laurence was featured on a Supremes single.
  7. Zulkilkree says:
    In , he recorded "You Gotta Come Out Fresh / Handling Things" under the alias Freddie C. as a member of the Supreme Force (other members were Cool Cee and Easy E) on NIA Records. Later in he was slated to meet with producer Eric B. who was searching for an MC to pair up with; Foxxx missed the meeting, and Eric B. ended up pairing up with MC Rakim and forming the group Eric B. .

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