What My World Sounds Like: new (to me)

April 25, 2010 | filed under listen, what my world sounds like | Leave a Comment 

Just a few words. Really, names. Osunlade. Damien Yazz. B.o.B.

Osunlade almost always feels good, if not great.  “The Day We Met for Coffee” was one of the first draws. I had to have listened to that song on repeat for 2 hours that day.

Then I heard this…

Osunlade – “Flow”

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What My World Sounds Like: “Tightrope”

March 31, 2010 | filed under inspiring, watch this, what my world sounds like | Leave a Comment 

Perpetual forward movement. “Whether you’re high or low, you gotta tip on the tightrope.” Stay on your square. 🙂


Janelle Monae – “Tightrope”



What My World Sounds Like: “Come Alive (War of Roses)”

October 13, 2009 | filed under listen, watch this, what my world sounds like | 1 Comment 

Janelle_Monae

Why do I love Janelle Monae? Because she’s friggin brilliant! Her music is phenomenal and this latest offering, as part of the Kia Soul Collective, is no exception.

[audio:http://www.whatmyworldslike.com/audio/comealive.mp3]
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What My World Sounds Like: “Open Happiness”

July 20, 2009 | filed under what my world sounds like | 1 Comment 

Open Happiness is a collaboration written and produced by Butch Walker co-written by Cee-lo Green, remixed by Polow Da Don and performed by Patrick Stump (Fall Out Boy), Brendon Urie (Panic at the Disco), Travis McCoy (Gym Class Heroes), Cee-Lo Green and Janelle Monae that gave these artists the unique chance to come together and create a song to uplift and inspire.

Text source: MySpace.com/OpenHappiness



What My World Sounds Like: Janelle Monae

September 28, 2008 | filed under plain cool, watch this, what my world sounds like | Leave a Comment 

In December, I wrote about Janelle Monae.  Since then, she’s sold an impressive number of albums independently and signed with Bad Boy.  In a rather bogus move, she rereleased her Metropolis album, adding two songs that have nothing to do with the theme of this concept album.  Hmm…

At any rate, the original material is still genius and exciting.  Enjoy the video to “Many Moons.”