Good Wednesday morning. For GSOTD for today, I will be adding three songs from the Laid Back Beach Music playlist that was posted here in the community by @Pandora, the fourth & fifth songs I have selected. Enjoy the music. Reggae: Winds From The West by Stick Figure. Winds From The West Stick Figure is a reggae band from California. All music is created by singer Scott Woodruff. Until 2009 he lived in Duxbury, Massachusetts, as Stick Figure all alone. After a long trip to NZ and Bali, he 2011 moved to San Diego to put together a band. Country: Old Friends by Chris Stapleton. Old Friends Here are the 10 best Chris Stapleton songs. Note that this list was written in 2018, so it doesn't incorporate "Arkansas," "Maggie's Song," "Hillbilly Blood," "Worry B Gone," "Watch You Burn," Guy Clark cover "Old Friends" and other selections from new album Starting Over. Pop: Staple It Together by Jack Johnson. Staple It Together · Jack Johnson. Jack Hody Johnson (born May 18, 1975, in North Shore, Oahu, Hawaii) is a singer, professional surfer, composer, and filmmaker who has achieved critical and commercial success. Adult Contemporary//Pop: Hello Again (From "The Jazz Singer" Soundtrack) by Niel Diamond. Hello Again (1981) "Hello Again" is a song written by Neil Diamond and Alan Lindgren that appeared in the 1980 movie The Jazz Singer and was performed by Diamond on the soundtrack album to the film. It was also released as a single and reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 3 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart. Blues-rock//Hard-rock//Psychedelic-rock//Pop-rock: American Woman by The Guess Who. American Woman "American Woman" is a song released by the Canadian rock band the Guess Who in January 1970, from their sixth studio album of the same name. It was later released in March 1970 as a single backed with "No Sugar Tonight", and it reached number one for three weeks commencing May 9 on both the United States Billboard Hot 100 and the Canadian RPM magazine singles chart. Billboard magazine placed the single at number three on the Year-End Hot 100 Billboard Chart. Until sometime tomorrow, take care and stay safe.
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Good Tuesday afternoon, This Day In The History Of Music. Have a great Tuesday (at least try) 1849: Stephen C Massett opens a concert at the San Francisco courthouse using the only piano in California at that time. 1942: European broadcast première of Dmitri Shostakovich's 7th Symphony in London conducted by Sir Henry J. Wood and the London Philharmonic Orchestra. 1956: Elvis Presley started a three-day run playing 10 shows at the Paramount Theater in Atlanta, Georgia. The stage manager was told; "Pull all white lights. Presley works all in color, Presley act has no encore. When he leaves the stage, immediately close curtains." 1959: "Along Came Jones" by Coasters peaks at #9. 1959: "Class" the first hit by Chubby Checker peaks at #38 in the US. 1961: Beatles record Aint She Sweet, Cry for a Shadow, When the Saints Go Marching In, Why, Nobody's Child & My Bonnie, in Hamburg. 1963: 13-year old Stevie Wonder first entered the US singles chart as Little Stevie Wonder with 'Fingertips Parts One and Two.' 'Fingertips' which featured a young Marvin Gaye on drums was the first live, non-studio recording to reach No.1 on the Billboard Pop Singles chart in the United States since Johnny Standley's 1952 comic monologue 'It's in the Book'. 1964: The Beatles played their first-ever show in New Zealand at Wellington Town Hall. The local Chief Constable refused a police escort for The Beatles leaving just two policemen to control over 5,000 fans. 1968: Herb Alpert started a four-week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'This Guys In Love With You'. His first No.1 plus first No.1 for the A&M label and the writer's Bacharach and David's first chart-topper. A No.3 hit in the UK. 1968: The Jeff Beck Group featuring Rod Stewart made their US debut at the Fillmore East, New York. 1968: "Here Come Da Judge" by The Buena Vistas peaks at #88. 1968: The Otis Redding album Dock Of The Bay went to No.1 in the UK. The posthumously released album and his sixth studio album contained a number of singles and B-sides dating back to 1965 and one of his best-known songs, the posthumous hit (Sittin' On The Dock) Of The Bay. 1969: Aretha Franklin arrested in Detroit for creating a disturbance. 1969: American singer, actress, Judy Garland, died of a barbiturate overdose aged 47, she was found on the floor of her rented Chelsea home, in London, UK. Made more than two dozen films, played Dorothy in the 1939 film 'Wizard Of Oz', sang 'Over The Rainbow' in the film, (voted the 'Song Of The Century' in a 2001 poll published in America). 1961 US No.1 comeback album 'Judy At Carnegie Hall'. 1970: Led Zeppelin appeared at Laugardalsholl Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland on the group's one and only visit Iceland. It is suggested that Robert Plant was inspired to write the lyrics to 'Immigrant Song' during this trip." 1971: The second Glastonbury Festival in England took place. Held over 5 days to coincide with the summer solstice, (the weather was, for a British 'summer' very good). Acts who appeared included: Melanie, Quintessence, David Bowie, The Edgar Broughton Band, Pink Fairies, Terry Reid - with David Lyndley and Linda Lewis, Gong, Hawkwind, Arthur Brown, Brinsley Schwarz, Fairport Convention, Family, and Traffic. Over 7,000 fans attended the event. 1971: Joni Mitchell released her fourth studio album Blue. The album is now generally regarded by music critics as one of the greatest albums of all time. In July 2017, Blue was chosen by NPR as the greatest album of all time made by a woman. 1971: Reprise Records releases "Blue", Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell's 4th studio album. 1972: "Man of La Mancha" opens at Beaumont Theater NYC for 140 performances. 1973: George Harrison releases his album "Living in the Material World". 1976: "Godspell" opens at Broadhurst Theater NYC for 527 performances. 1979: Little Richard quits rock & roll for religious pursuit. 1980: Don McLean had his second UK No.1 single with the Roy Orbison song 'Crying'. The song had been a No.2 US hit for Orbison in July 1961. In 1987, Orbison re-recorded the song as a duet with k.d. lang as part of the soundtrack for the motion picture, Hiding Out. Their collaboration won the Grammy Award. 1981: Mark Chapman pleaded guilty to the charge of murdering John Lennon in 1980. He was later sentenced to 20 years to life. 1985: "Grind" closes at Mark Hellinger Theater NYC after 79 performances. 1985: Bryan Adams started a two-week run at No.1 on the US singles chart with 'Heaven', his first No.1 single, which made No.35 in the UK. The song had been featured in the film 'Night In Heaven'. 1985: "Smuggler's Blues" by Glenn Frey peaks at #12. 1988: American session guitarist Jesse Ed Davis died of a heroin overdose after collapsing in a laundry room in Venice, California, aged 43. Worked with Conway Twitty, The Monkees, John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Leonard Cohen, Keith Moon, Jackson Browne, Steve Miller, Harry Nilsson, and Taj Mahal. 1990: Ry Cooder and David Lindley, The Cure, Happy Mondays, Sinead O’Connor, Deacon Blue, De La Soul, Adamski, Blue Aeroplanes, Julian Cope, Del Amitri, Jesus Jones, James, and The Pale Saints all appeared on the first day of this years Glastonbury Festival. A three-day ticket cost £38. 1992: Nirvana's Kurt Cobain was rushed to hospital after a gig in Belfast, Northern Ireland suffering from acute stomach pains brought on by ulcers. 1992: Three members of M.C. Hammer's tour crew were wounded in a drive-by shooting incident, three days later Joseph Mack, a dancer in Hammer's entourage was shot on stage during a concert in Nevada. 1993: Wilson Pickett pleads guilty to auto assault due to drunk driving. 1996: The brother of singer Diana Ross, Arthur Ross, and his wife were murdered by suffocation in the basement of their rented Detroit home. The badly decomposed bodies were discovered after neighbors complained of a foul odor coming from the house. Two men were later charged with murder and robbery. Arthur Ross had written songs for Marvin Gaye, The Miracles, and Madonna. 2002: U2 guitarist 'The Edge' married his girlfriend of ten years Morleigh Steinberg in Eze in the south of France. The couple first met when she was a belly dancer on the band's Zoo TV tour. Guest's included Bono, Eurythmics Dave Stewart, and Lenny Kravitz. 2003: Clay Aiken, runner-up in the 2003 US American Idol went to No.1 on the US singles chart with 'This Is The Night.' Luther Vandross was at No.1 on the US album chart with 'Dance With My Father'. 2008: Coldplay went to No.1 on the UK singles chart with 'Viva La Vida', their first UK No.1. History was made by this single, as it had no physical CD single released in the UK, is available by internet download only. The song won a Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 2009. 2011: It was reported in the Irish press that Bono's wandering peahen was causing havoc for some south Dublin residents. The peahen the less spectacular-colored female partner to a male peacock had arrived in the Ard Mhuire housing estate in Killiney near to where the singer lived. One newspaper ran the headline: "Bono's **ahem** drives me nuts". Local woman Susan McKeon said she first noticed the bird at night. "It had a tiny head and a huge body. It was actually quite ugly but I don't think it's fully grown." 2011: Glastonbury Festival 2011 in Pilton, England opens U2, Coldplay, and Beyoncé headline; other performers include B.B. King, Paul Simon, Mumford and Sons, Morrissey, and Wu-Tang Clan. 2012: Isle of Wight Festival MP Andrew Turner called for a review of procedures after thousands of rock fans were delayed for hours heading to the Isle of Wight Festival. After heavy rain cars were unable to park on waterlogged fields - leading to gridlock as about 55,000 people headed to the site. Some fans were stuck in traffic for up to 16 hours on the way to the festival. Elbow, Lana Del Rey, Tom Petty, and the Heartbreakers, Bruce Springsteen, and Pearl Jam all appeared at this year's festival. 2013: 'Blurred Lines' by Robin Thicke started a 13 week run at No.1 on the US singles chart. Featuring American rapper T.I. and American singer and producer Pharrell Williams, the video was made in two versions; the first video features models Emily Ratajkowski, Jessi M'Bengue, and Elle Evans being topless, the second features them covered. The topless version of the video was removed from YouTube for violating the site's terms of service regarding nudity, though it was later restored, but flagged as inappropriate. 'Blurred Lines" peaked at No.1 in 14 countries. 2016: Led Zeppelin singer Robert Plant told a court hearing the 'Stairway To Heaven' copyright dispute that he had a dim memory of the time the song was written. Robert Plant also said he could not remember meeting the band Spirit, who claimed the band stole their guitar riff for Stairway to Heaven in the 1970s. "I don't have a recollection of almost anyone I've hung out with," Plant said, causing roars of laughter in the court. The case was brought on behalf of Spirit's late guitarist, Randy Wolfe. His estate claimed the opening riff of the 1968 song Taurus is fundamentally the same as the iconic opening bars of Stairway to Heaven. 2016: Glastonbury Festival 2016 in Pilton, England opens Coldplay, and Adele headline; other performers include Tame Impala, Squeeze, Frightened Rabbit; ZZ Top, ELO, and Cyndi Lauper. 2019: Sir Elton John was awarded France's highest civilian award, the Legion d'Honneur. The British musician was presented with the award by President Emmanuel Macron during a ceremony at the Élysée Palace. 2019: American drummer and record producer Jerry Carrigan died at age 75. He first achieved widespread recognition by being part of the first wave of the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section and later as a first-call session musician in Nashville for over three decades. He recorded with Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Charlie Rich, Kenny Rogers Jerry Lee Lewis, Ray Stevens, and Dolly Parton. Born On This Day In The Music World: 1611: Pablo Bruna, Spanish blind composer, born in Daroca, Spain (d. 1679) 1613: Lambert Pietkin, Flemish baroque composer, born in Liege (d. 1696) 1684: Francesco Manfredini, Italian Baroque composer, violinist, and maestro di cappella (St. Phillip's Cathedral, 1727-65), born in Pistoia, Grand Duchy of Tuscany (now Italy) (d. 1762) 1741: Luigi Tomasini, Italian composer (head of Prince Esterházy's court orchestra), born in Pesaro, Italy (d. 1808) 1742: Heinrich Gottfried Reichard, German composer, born in Schleiz (d. 1801) 1824: Frédéric Louis Ritter, French composer, and conductor, born in Strasbourg, France (d. 1891) 1830: Theodor Leschetizky, Polish pianist, composer, and teacher (Contes de Jeunesse), born in Łańcut, Austrian Poland (d. 1915) 1859: Frank Damrosch, German-born American author, and music teacher (founded NY Musical Institute of Musical Art later Julliard), born in Breslau, Silesia (d. 1937) 1883: José Rolón, Mexican composer, born in Ciudad Guzmán, Jalisco (d. 1945) 1893: Osvald Chlubna, Czech composer, born in Brno (d. 1971) 1900: Jennie Tourel, mezzo-soprano (Met Opera 1943-47), born in St Petersburg, Russia. 1901: Jack Whiting, American actor and singer (Marge & Gower Champion Show), born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (d. 1961) 1905: Walter Leigh, British composer, born in Wimbledon, London, England (d. 1942) 1909: Katherine Dunham, American dancer (Casbah; Stormy Weather), choreographer (Metropolitan opera, 1963; Joplin's Treemonisha, 1972), and social activist, born in Chicago, Illinois (d. 2006) 1910: Wilhelm Demian, Romanian composer, and conductor, born in Braşov. 1910: Peter Pears, English tenor (Death in Venice), born in Farnham, England (d. 1986) 1911: Guus Jansen, Dutch jazz organist, pianist, composer (Net as Toen), born in Heiloo, the Netherlands (d. 1990) 1912: Vit Nejedly, Czech composer, born in Prague (d. 1945) 1915: Randolph Hokanson, American concert pianist, and teacher (the University of Washington, 1949-84), born in Bellingham, Washington (d. 2018) 1919: Gower Champion, American stage dancer, choreographer, and actor (42nd Street, Showboat), born in Geneva, Illinois (d. 1980) 1926: Ruth Zechlin, German organist and composer, born in Grosshartmannsdorf (d. 2007) 1932: Michael Horvit, American composer, born in New York City. 1933: Libor Pešek, Czech conductor (Czech Philharmonic; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic), born in Prague, Czechoslovakia. 1936: Kris Kristofferson, musician, actor, and writer, known for such hits as 'Me and Bobby McGee', 'For the Good Times', 'Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down', and 'Help Me Make It Through the Night'. In 1985, Kristofferson joined fellow country artists Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, and Johnny Cash in forming the country music supergroup The Highwaymen. In 2004, Kristofferson was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. 1936: Verne Allison, American singer (Dells-Open Up My Heart), born in Chicago, Illinois. 1936: Hermeto Pascoal, Brazilian jazz musician and composer, born in Lagoa da Canoa, Alagoas, Brazil. 1937: Christopher Percy Gordon Blackwell, the English businessman and record producer (Island Records), born in Westminster, London, England. 1939: Bobby Harrison, English rock drummer (Procol Harum-Conquistador) 1942: Murphy Dunne, American actor, and musician, born in Chicago, Illinois. 1943: Ralph Molina, American drummer (Crazy Horse, Neil Young's backing band), born in Puerto Rico. 1944: Peter Asher, Peter &Gordon, who had the 1964 UK & US No.1 single 'World Without Love', written by Lennon & McCartney. Asher was a producer and Head of Apple Records in the late 60s and went on to become James Taylor and Linda Ronstadt's manager. 1944: Steve Weber, American folk guitarist, (Rounders-Holy "**ahem**" Modal), born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (d. 2020) 1946: Eliades Ochoa, Cuban guitarist (Buena Vista Social Club) 1947: Howard Kaylan, from The Turtles who had the US 1967 No.1 single 'Happy Together and the 1967 hit 'She'd Rather Be with Me'. He later worked with Frank Zappa, alongside his friend and partner Mark Volman who used the stage names of Flo & Eddie. 1948: American multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, and record producer Todd Rundgren. Member of Nazz and Utopia. Had the solo 1972 US No.16 & 1973 UK No.36 single 'I Saw The Light'. Rundgren engineered/produced many notable albums for other acts, including The Band's Stage Fright (1970), Badfinger's Straight Up (1971), Grand Funk Railroad's We're An American Band (1973), the New York Dolls's New York Dolls (1973), Hall & Oates's War Babies (1974), Bat Out Of Hell's Bat Out of Hell (1977). 1949: Alan Osmond from the American family group The Osmonds. They had the 1971 US No.1 single 'One Bad Apple', 1974 hit 'Crazy Horses' and the 1974 UK No.1 single 'Love Me For A Reason'. They had their own 1972–1973 Saturday morning cartoon series, The Osmonds, on ABC-TV. The Osmonds have sold over 75 million records worldwide. 1949: Larry Junstrom, a founding member of Lynyrd Skynyrd and longstanding bassist with the band .38 Special. Junstrom played bass with Lynyrd Skynyrd from its formation in 1964 until he was replaced by Leon Wilkeson in 1971. He then joined .38 Special in 1976 with Donnie Van Zant, the younger brother of the Lynyrd Skynyrd frontman Ronnie Van Zant. He died on 6 October 2019 at the age of 70. 1949: Gary Moffet, rock guitarist (April Wine), born in Montreal, Quebec. 1953: American singer, songwriter Cyndi Lauper, who had the 1984 US No.1 single 'Time After Time', and the UK & US No.2 single 'Girls Just Want To Have Fun, (first recorded in 1979 by American musician Robert Hazard). The song received Grammy Award nominations for Record of the Year and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. 1953: British songwriter, producer, and DJ Ian Levine. During the 80s and 90s, he co-wrote and mixed a number of dance-pop hits for a variety of artists, including Pet Shop Boys, Bucks Fizz, Erasure, Kim Wilde, Bronski Beat, and Bananarama. He is known as a modernizer of Northern soul music in the UK. 1954: Bobby Valentino, rocker (Fabulous Poodles) 1955: Jeffrey Mumford, American contemporary classical composer, and educator, born in Washington, D.C. 1956: Derek Forbes, bassist with a Scottish rock band, Simple Minds, who had the 1985 US No.1 single 'Don't You, Forget About Me', and the 1989 UK No.1 single 'Belfast Child', plus over 20 other UK Top 40 singles. 1956: Green Gartside, singer, songwriter from British band Scritti Politti, who had the 1984 UK No.10 single 'Wood Beez, Pray Like Aretha Franklin', and then hit 'The Word Girl, as well as a US Top 20 hit 'Perfect Way'. 1957: Gary Beers, bassist from Australian rock band INXS, who had the 1988 UK No.2 & US No.1 single 'Need You Tonight'. Their 1987 album Kick has sold over 10m copies in the US alone and features four Top 10 singles; 'Need You Tonight,' 'Devil Inside', 'New Sensation,' and 'Never Tear Us Apart.' INXS has sold over 55 million records worldwide. 1957: John Ryder, rock bassist (Face To Face) 1958: Ruby Turner, Jamacaian-British rock singer (Nowhere to Run), born in Montego Bay, Jamaica. 1959: Alan Anton, bassist with Canadian alternative country/blues/folk-rock band, Cowboy Junkies. 1960: Arturo O’Farrill, Mexican Latin jazz musician (Four Questions), born in Mexico City, Mexico. 1961: Bobby Gillespie, rocker (Primal Scream) 1961: Jimmy Somerville, UK singer, with Bronski Beat, had the 1984 UK No.3 single 'Smalltown Boy. With a British pop duo, The Communards had the 1986 UK No.1 single with a cover version of the Thelma Houston hit 'Don't Leave Me This Way. 1962: British Jamaican R&B and soul singer, Ruby Turner, who scored the 1987 UK hit single 'I'd Rather Go Blind'. As a session backing vocalist, she has worked with Bryan Ferry, UB40, Steel Pulse, Steve Winwood, Jools Holland, and Mick Jagger... 1963: Anne-Marie Ruddock, rocker (Amazulu-Excitable) 1964: Kevin Sargeant, rocker (Thrashing Doves-Reprobate's Hymn) 1964: Mike Edwards, vocals with English group Jesus Jones who had the 1990 US No.2 hit with 'Right Here Right Now and the 1991 UK No.7 single 'International Bright Young Thing'. 1964: Tom Cunningham, drummer with Scottish band Wet Wet Wet who formed in 1982. They are best known for their 1994 cover of The Troggs' the 1960s hit 'Love Is All Around', which spent 15 weeks at No.1 on the UK charts. 1970: Steven Page, guitar, vocals, with Canadian rock band Barenaked Ladies who scored the 1998 US No.1 & UK No.5 single 'One Week'. The group has sold over 15 million records including albums and singles and was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in March of 2018. 1974: [C. Joseph] Vijay, Indian actor and singer (Poove Unakkaga), born in Madras (now Chennai), India. 1976: Sally Polihronas, Australian singer from Bardot, winners of the Australian Popstars reality show, who had the 2000 Australian No.1 single ‘Poison, and 2000 Australian No.1 self-titled album. 1976: Gordon Moakes, English musician (Bloc Party) 1981: Chris Urbanowicz, guitarist, with English rock band The Editors, who had the 2007 UK No.1 album An End Has a Start and earned the band a Brit Awards nomination for best British Band. Until sometime tomorrow, take care and stay safe.
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I love Dr. John and the Jewish Comedy stations, but hearing Mike Lindell of My Pillow repeatedly promoted, after his prominent role in the attack on our Capital on Jan 6, that was too much. This is even way beyond expected political ads during an election, this is providing an outlet for a person who we know will use income from sales to undermine our democracy. This is how you want to make your money? Bad judgment. Join the majority of American businesses who are refusing to support anti-democracy factions.
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A: a m a r i by J. Cole
B: Blow the Whistle by Too $hort
C: Change Locations by Drake & Future
D : Dirt Off Your Shoulder by JAY-Z
E: Ego by Beyoncé
F: Flashing Lights (feat. Dwele) by Kanye West
G: Go Long (feat. Z-Ro & Slim Thug) by Nipsey Hussle
H: High Fashion (feat. Mustard) by Roddy Ricch
I: I Got 5 On It (Remix) (Feat. Dru Down, Richie Rich, E-40, Shock-G & Spice 1) by Luniz
J: Just A Lil Bit by 50 Cent
K: Keep Ya Head Up by 2Pac
L: Lemonade by Gucci Mane
M: Mr. Carter (feat. JAY-Z) by Lil Wayne
N: No More Parties (Remix) (feat. Lil Durk) by Coi Leray
O: Outstanding by The Gap Band
P: Put Me On Somethin' (Feat. E-40) by P-Lo
Q: Question #1 (feat. Snoop Dogg) by Nipsey Hussle
R: Running Man by Rexx Life Raj
S: Selfish by Slum Village, John Legend & Kanye West
T: Thizzle Dance by Mac Dre
U: U And Dat by E-40
V: Victory Lap (feat. Stacy Barthe) by Nipsey Hussle
W: We Straight (feat. Vince Staples) by ALLBLACK & Cal-A
X: X (Feat. Future) by 21 Savage & Metro Boomin
Y: Yes Indeed by Lil Baby & Drake
Z: ZTFO by Big Sean
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I think you might like https://www.pandora.com/artist/ppcocaine/level-up-single-explicit/ALnbgtwPX5q2cnJ, https://www.pandora.com/artist/don-toliver/heaven-or-hell-explicit/ALKcKknxcc7g65K , https://www.pandora.com/artist/lyrics/mustard-and-roddy-ricch/perfect-10-explicit/ballin-feat-roddy-ricch/TR5khKb3kJ7V6zX,https://www.pandora.com/artist/lil-baby-and-drake/harder-than-ever-explicit/yes-indeed/TR2PJPvjmnp5zrX
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@onniebaby @Yaya_loveVGST hey! I have a couple rap songs on my Explicit Only playlist. Got Me floating by 423 KIDK is a great song, DAYWALKER by CORPSE and MACHINE GUN KELLY i love both CORPSE and MJK. CORPSE is pretty new.Oops by YOUNG GRAVY is a good one too i stumbled upon this song by accident. these are just a few songs on this playlist but I totally recommend these songs. @RedJokerYT LOSE YOURSELF by EMINEM is one of my favorites. i've never heard Ill find you by Lecrae nor have i heard GOTTA LIVE by TADASHII so i'm going to go check those out is these are explicit then i can add them to my EXPLICIT ONLY PLAYLIST or i can add these to my HAVE YOU HEARD THIS playlist @FPC5150 i am a fan of hip hop trap. so this drip city playlist sounds interesting so i'm surprised i haven't heard of this before. i'm going to check these out and perhaps they will be on on one of my playlists. and since you mentioned gucci stamps jfk a down south rapper i'm going to listen to that too @Justincase the same thing for me i listened to NF but i didn't know much either @Lovewolfie thank you for this playlist!
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@Oshawott how are you?? I have been so busy, I forgot about throwback Thursday. I will add your songs for throwback Thursday anyway. Thank you @Oshawott for your selections. I also forgot to give you my selected song again this week. Well, it is what it is. You take care and stay safe.
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@LilyArborius Welcome to the Community! We're happy to have you here.
Can you elaborate a bit on what you mean when describing your experience on mobile? I manage the forums and am definitely interested in your feedback. If you have screenshots to add, that would be even better!
Thanks for joining and for starting off your participation. 😀 I hope to see you around often!
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Thank you for noticing and sharing this with me. I've made our team aware and they're actively working to resolve it ASAP.
I appreciate you, @RedJokerYT! I will give you all an update here when I hear one from the team. In the meantime, I apologize for the diminished experience.
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