DJ PIED PIPER & THE MASTERS OF CEREMONIES “DO YOU REALLY LIKE IT?” 2001 Genre: Garage (U.K.)
BOMFUNK MC’S “FREESTYLER” 1999 Genre: Breakbeat, Hip-hop, Electronica (Finland)
Have a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving! Go Detroit Lions!
One Love, One Humanity, One Earth.
This is one of my favorite songs of all time. It’s sad that everything 2Pac says in Changes is still relevant today. Have thing really changed, or is that just the way it is?
Changes was remixed in 1998 from a 1992 recording, and the music video was done after 2Pacs death from earlier music videos, interviews, unreleased home videos and pictures.
2PAC “CHANGES” 1998 Genre: Conscious Hip Hop/ Political Hip Hop (U.S.A.)
These songs bring back so much late 90’s nostalgia. Good times!
THE OFFSPRING “THE KIDS AREN’T ALRIGHT” 1999 Genre: Punk Rock (U.S.A.)
THE OFFSPRING “WHY DON’T YOU GET A JOB?” 1999 Genre: Punk Rock (U.S.A.)
ALIEN ANT FARM “SMOOTH CRIMINAL” 2001 Genre: Nu Metal (U.S.A.)
This is an awesome cover of Michael Jackson’s “Smooth Criminal”.
CHER “BELIEVE” 1998 Genre: Dance-pop (U.S.A.)
This was also one of my favorite songs from when I was a teen. I love how the song is put together and the message in the song. It was one of the first songs to use auto-tune and created the Cher effect when other artists started using auto-tune. Cher was, is and will always be one of the greatest artist of all time.