Friday, 3 July 2015

A Steamy EDM Track From Jochen Miller

Turn It Up
Single by Jochen Miller
(Photo credit: Armada Trice)
I have been listening to the music of Jochen Miller for many years (And, I have to admit that he is worth his weight in gold).

One of the electronic dance music tracks that I like from this Dutch DJ and Producer is: Turn It Up (Which is, his smashing hit for 2015).

Wow, the club DJs from around the world are going to love this one!

And, the dance music fans are going to make sure that they have Turn It Up in their music collection (Hey, I know that I am).

Jochen Miller's music is on Armada Trice — the record label that has a high reputation for presenting us with some of the most outstanding tunes in the EDM genre.

I hereby dedicate this high-energy dance track to all of those people around the world who truly love dance music. Enjoy!

A Very Beautiful Song From Justin Timberlake

Justin Timberlake
Justin Timberlake
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Justin Timberlake is, one of those great singers and performers who is hard to ignore (Yes, he is that magnificent).

Another one of his songs that I like is: Not A Bad Thing; which is, a beautiful, mid-tempo ballad from off of his fourth studio album, The 20/20 Experience - 2 of 2. 

The song, Not A Bad Thing, was co-written and co-produced by Justin Timberlake, James Fauntleroy, Timbaland and Jerome "J-Rock" Harmon.

Back in 2014, the song, Not A Bad Thing, was at number one on the US Billboard Adult Top 40.

Here is the video for Justin Timberlake's, Not A Bad Thing. Enjoy!

I Love Bea Miller's "Fire N Gold"

Bea Miller
Bea Miller
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Bea Miller has come a long way; despite the fact, that she was placed ninth in season two of The X Factor, she managed to acquire a record deal with Syco Music and Hollywood Records.

One of the songs that I like from this American singer, songwriter and actress is: Fire N Gold; which is a lovely pop rock single from off of her upcoming debut album, Not an Apology.

The writers for the song, Fire N Gold, are: Freddy Wexler, Nolan Sipe and Jarrad Rogers (And, it was also produced by Jarrad Rogers).

The song, Fire N Gold, was released on April 28th, 2015.

I am predicting that the song, Fire N Gold, is going to rake in the big bucks for Bea Miller.

Without further ado, here is the video for Bea Miller's, Fire N Gold. Enjoy!

Severing Ties With Unsupportive Bloggers

It's time to say goodbye
(Photo credit: Pixabay)
Why the hell should we continue to support those bloggers who do not even think of checking out our blogs?

Yeah, you know who they are; you comment on their blogs every time that they post something new and they do not have the kind courtesy to respond to your comment or visit your blog.

Are you tired of dealing with those types of people?

Oh, of course you do!

It is time to let them know what happens to those people who do not play fair (They end up getting themselves left out for good).

Those bloggers may think that they are superstars; but we should let them know, that we can boycott them; which in turn, will cause that blog of theirs to crash and burn like an out of control inferno.

Being bloggers, we have to utilize our time wisely; there is a certain amount of time allotted to blogging and the remainders are spent doing real world activities.

So, any blogger that takes us for granted will be dealt with (Which is, by saying, "Goodbye," to them and concentrating our energies somewhere else). 

There are other worthy bloggers to follow and of course, lots of worthwhile blogs to comment on.

Bloggers who take us for granted can be perceived as, proverbial dead weight; people whom we should sever all ties with.

Blogging is not only about posting articles on the internet; it involves being highly interactive in the blogosphere; which entails: visiting blogs, reading the posts of bloggers and commenting on them (And, that in itself is, very time-consuming).

If I was the vengeful type, I would have posted the names of all of those people and the names of the blogs that are in the habit of neglecting their fellow bloggers (Thankfully, I am not the vengeful type of person).

However, there are those who would not mind starting an online war; which involves a lot of name calling and character assassination.

One thing that I do know is, that those bloggers who do not show an interest in their fellow bloggers, will not last long in the blogosphere (Their figurative flame will be extinguished).

The biggest irony is: that those bloggers who are taking others for granted, would not appreciate it one bit, if others took them for granted.

So, why do they take others for granted?

Maybe, it is, a case of outright arrogance, or they genuinely know nothing about the art of reciprocity.

I have always made it a habit of mine, to respond to all of the comments that were made on my blog.

And, I also like to visit the blogs of others and leave them meaningful comments.

Oh well, the internet is filled with all sorts of bloggers; people who are good at human relations and people who need to learn human relations.

The truth is: we bloggers are human beings; but unfortunately, some bloggers have forgotten what it is like to be a human being.

So, are you going to sever all ties with those unsupportive bloggers?

Well, I know that I am going to do so!

Thursday, 2 July 2015

A Classic Hip Hop Track From MC Hammer

MC Hammer
MC Hammer
(Photo credit: Facebook)
MC Hammer was a huge star back in the nineties.

One of his music tracks that I like is a, pop-rap hit called: U Can't Touch This; which is, one of his amazing tracks from off of his third studio album, Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em.

I have to admit, that the sample of Rick James' Super Freak, really sounded cool on, U Can't Touch This.

Back in 1990, the rap track, U Can't Touch This, was at the number one spot on the US Billboard Hot Black Singles.

Unfortunately, his music career ended and he went bankrupt.

Today, he is a preacher preaching the word of God (Who would have guessed that would have happened? Certainly not me; but it looks as though, everything turned out for the best).

Without further ado, here is the video for MC Hammer's, U Can't Touch This. Enjoy!