[Extra] Pete Rock and C. L. Smooth About To Hit London

I got news for you!!! Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth will reunite in London to celebrate their albums 20th anniversary, Mecca and the Soul Brother.

Yeah, I know they reunited before in London, but it’s always good to see these two legends get on stage. The first time was in December 2011 at the HMV Forum. They announced a studio album was coming shortly.

When you think of legends, you think about how long someone has been doing something, whatever it is. Pete Rock and C.L. Smooth are planning to drop their first album in 18 years. Most kids that listen to music aren’t that old. The last album was the main ingredient.

Pete Rock and C.L.Smooth will perform on the 28th, 29th and 30th of October at London’s Jazz Cafe.

For those who don’t know, the duo dropped All Sold Out in 1991 and dropped two more albums. The team broke up in 1995 and drop jewels on each others solo projects when they can. These two have collaborated with many, many artists and probably will for a long time to come.

God Makes Another Angel … Donna Summer

Born in 1948 in Boston Massachusetts, the 5 time Grammy Winner Donna Summer (LaDonna Adrian Gaines) dies on May 17, 2012. AP reports that she died in the morning at her home in Key West, Florida at age 63, following a battle with cancer. Summers was the first artist to have three consecutive double albums reach number one on the US Billboard Charts. Summer sang all her life, starting in the church’s choir to much success in the 70’s and 80’s Disco Era. Graceful to the end …

Thanks for your contribution to Music, Donna Summmers… your fans will miss you, and you will not be forgotten.

“The God Father of Go-Go” Chuck Brown Rests in Peace


Chuck Brown well known for getting a crowd moving with his legendary Go-Go has passed away May 16, 2012. The 75 year old  Legendary Brown had been in the John Hopkins University Hospital for two months ailing from pneumonia and died of multiple organ failure including heart failure or heart problems.

Born in Gaston, N.C. he fell into D.C arms in 1960s playing guitar with Jerry Butler and The Earls of Rhythm, joining Los Latinos in 1965 . Brown’s early hits include “I Need Some Money” and “Bustin’ Loose”. “Bustin’ Loose” has been adopted by the Washington Nationals baseball team as its home run celebration song.

The DMV will Miss You Chuck …Wind Me Up Chuck!!