I am now listening to a very nice, mix of songs produced by one of my favorite music teachers in producer Teddy Riley by one of my favorite DJs named DJ Diva.

She produced a podcast mix in March 2008 that focused on New Jack Swing which was already a home run but she takes us deeper into Teddy’s discography with songs that may be edged out by more popular songs.

The groove is tight and the mix is strong, so definitely check it out!

Thanks DJ Diva for the shout out in the intro as well and I’m treasuring these two podcasts for the rest of my life:) They provide me with lessons to create music myselfūüôā

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This morning there is a very appropriate response to the flare up instigated by TechCrunch’s poor handling of the release of the Blackbird browser by Black Web2.0’s Angela Benton. ¬†I have come to know and respect her thoughts and opinions via Twitter¬†prior to her response read today¬†and yet she is even more eloquent and precise in her analysis of the intentions, needs, and available supply on all sides of the table involving minorities and microcosms found online. ¬†If you have not read her words, please do so immediately!

Hopefully, her words will serve to turn on lights where desired and among those with open minds.  Readers without anything else to live for cannot get beyond their limited geographical travel and single generational achievements if at all.

Congratulations Angela and what a great way to whack a mole intelligently!  I hope to see you profiled more often and included around the table among other majority web2.0 media venues that have been conspicuously silent on the matter and called out on the carpet already.

Peace!

Video link!  

Somehow strangely enough, YouTube removed this same video although any viewer should be able to see that I was figuratively speaking versus literally speaking of violence!