Happy Easter first of all, I hope everyone’s Sunday was good and filled with good food, chocolate and great music. It is about 7.35 pm here (Trinidad and Tobago) and I’m listening to a beautiful Spanish mix on YouTube for the second time. I loved it so much that I just had to share…. Read more »
If you have been using Google today you would have seen the latest Google Doodle in tribute to South African Grammy award-winning singer and civil rights activist Miriam Makeba also known as Mama Africa on what would have been her 81st birthday. Makeba died in 2008 at the age of 76. I have a great… Read more »
Wooooo!! This has been on repeat for more than a half hour just because it is THAT good! This cover of John Legend’s ‘Who Did That To You’ from the Django Unchained Soundtrack is some kind of amazing. His voice is so good it raised my pores from the first note I heard him sing…. Read more »
I know it’s almost over and probably by the time I publish this, it would be February 15 but I only get the feeling to write late at night. Anyway, I hope everyone’s day was great, mine was awesome and Le Poopsie (my very best friend who I have spoken about in previous posts) got… Read more »
Inspiration to get you through today and your life. Thank you Evan!
I just found this guy on YouTube 15 minutes ago and I felt it was necessary that I come on here and blog about him because WOW! Listening to him sing, brought tears to my eyes, it has been a while since an artist did that to me. I don’t know much about him but… Read more »
I would love to know what my blogging family thinks on this whole issue of Beyonce’s lip synching at the Inauguration last month because as you can tell from the title I do not see what is the big deal. You can correct me if I’m wrong but don’t most artists do that for major… Read more »
Another take on the amazing experience that is Trinidad Carnival!
It is Carnival time in my beautiful country, every year, we party for weeks (don’t worry we find the time and the strength to go to work) until Carnival Monday and Tuesday (the two days before Ash Wednesday) where we dance in the streets wearing beautiful costumes and enjoying the great music that is Soca…. Read more »
This is an interesting take on one of my favourite songs and it ends with some words all of us should live by. Read and enjoy.