Tyler the Creator interviews w/ Larry King

In this interview, we get to see a somewhat different side of Tyler the Creator. Yes, he is still his usual self with a complete disregard for societal boundaries and standards, but we get an insight into his brain that we have never seen before. He talks about his desires to not just be a rapper, but a man of many different talents in many different avenues. He talks about his views on the N-word, racism, and anti-gay slurs.

Check out the interview here.

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Meshell Ndegeocello – Comet, Come to Me [Favorite Album of the Week]

You may or may not recognize the name Meshell Ndegeocello, but she is most notable for her record “Fool of Me” from her 1999 album Bitter, which gained popularity from the movie Love & Basketball as part of the soundtrack. Meshell has released several moderately successful albums over the years, both as a solo artist and a member of the group Rare Essence. She is an artist that the mainstream music listerner has never been completely aware of, but she does maintain a consistent and loyal following.

Ndegeocello (pronounced N-deh-gay-o-chel-o) new release Comet, Come to Me, is a hodgepodge of sounds with her voice as the only aligning driving force. As a listener, this album will provide you with rock, reggae, soul and jazz. Tracks worth focusing on as introduction to the album are “Forget My Name”, “Conviction” and the title track “Comet, Come to Me”.

 

 

Tracklist:

1.  Friends
2.  Tom 2
3.  Good Day Bad
4.  Forget My Name
5.  And Yet It Moves
6.  Comet, Come To Me
7.  Continuous Performance
8.  Shopping For Jazz
9.  Conviction
10. Folie A Deux
11. Choices
12. Modern Time
13. American Rhapsody

 

The variety of sounds demonstrated throughout Comet, Come to Me is great, there just seems to be something missing.

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