Monday is for music. August 15 2011

In the past, we have overdosed on the music posts.  Heavily.  We will keep that to a minimum and only on a Monday (but, you never know).  We will still provide you with great music but, more importantly, touch upon various topics associated with music and musicians.


Jay-Z & Kanye West & Ghostface Killah?

First up, we mentioned earlier about the "Watch The Throne" album.  For you who have not read the review circulating the Internet by someone being mistaken for Ghostface Killah, here you go...



Reviews for tracks "Lift Off (feat. Beyonce)" and "Made In America (feat. Frank Ocean)" have cemented this article as one which will live in infamy.


Frances Bean Cobain.

While not exactly a musician this character is quite heavily associated with music due to her lineage.  Her parents are none other than Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love.



Brought to my attention by our good friends at Freebase and this pictorial comes via Hedi Slimane.  What is publicly known associates her with the arts though this does not specifically point at any future as a musician.  I feel confident that in some way, she will dazzle us all.


"Little" Stevie Wonder.

Tomorrow will celebrate the release of "Little" Stevie Wonder's first single debut from 1962, "I Call It Pretty Music, But The Old People Call It The Blues."




In Bethel, New York from August 15th through August 18th, 1969, we had "Woodstock."  Some things you should just know.  Or, quietly sneak onto Google and search for further details to avoid ridicule.




By hiimjoel.