Slowing it down with the Four Tops.
Man, Levi Stubbs had an INCREDIBLE voice.
(Episode 196, 1976)
(ps. everyone is slow dragging in this clip, but props to Denise & Hollis for the lift as well as Tyrone & Sharon for their dip on the side riser at 2:23. They sold this record for me.)
Future mommy goals
Can we acknowledge that little black girl’s flawless entry. There was no hesitation in her step. She is the rhythm
^^^^ Flawless. You ain’t eem know she was jumpin in til she did it.
Me & my future baby at the function.
someone give me a kid !
That entry really was flawless, I thought yall was bullshittin
When yo momma song come on and you know her steps cause always killing shit at the house
We are so poppin! Lmaooo
I love my people
Haha. Worth the watch for the little girl’s quick pickup alone.
On this day in music history: July 13, 1996 - “How Do U Want It” by 2 Pac hits #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 2 weeks, with the B-side “California Love” peaking at #6 on June 22. 1996, also topping the R&B singles chart for 3 weeks on July 6, 1996. Written by Johnny J. and Tupac Shakur, it is the biggest hit for the prolific rap artist. Featuring K-Ci & JoJo Hailey of Jodeci on background vocals, it is the second single from Tupac’s fourth album “All Eyez On Me”. Co-written and produced by Johnny J (aka Johnny Lee Jackson), the track is based around samples of Quincy Jones’ classic “Body Heat” and Brian McKnight’s “Up Around My Way”. The single release of “How Do U Want It” will also include the original hit version of “California Love” featuring Dr. Dre and Roger Troutman (of Zapp). When the album is released in February of 1996, it will feature a remixed version of the track. Entering the Hot 100 at #4 on June 29, 1996, it will leap to the top of the chart two weeks later. “How Do U Want It” is certified 2x platinum in the US by the RIAA.