Practice Makes Perfect

As a singer and musician, one thing that I've learned is that "practice makes perfect."  I've learned that practice not only makes perfect, but it helps you to find out who you are.
  I was recently rehearsing a song that I absolutely love, but I had to change the key of it because the original artist is a female and I'm a bass, baritone guy.  I practiced the song several times and I also recorded each rehearsal picking apart the does and don'ts when singing this song. I must say it came in handy.
  With each rehearsal I had to catch myself so I wouldn't try to be like the original artist. I simply had to make the song my own.  Whenever one practices something or rehearses something, that is a chance for them to examine what they are doing correctly and what they are doing wrong.
  We can apply this scenario to life whenever we go through life, it's simply like a rehearsal.  We approach things in a way that it will either benefit us or help us achi…

@BSlade Never Love This Way

Ladies and Gentlemen,
B. Sladehas done it again!!!  As a result of meeting 60K followers on twitter, he has released a track early.  The funky, energetic, yet mellow track "Never Love This Way" is an early release from the forthcoming album "Deep Purple."  The Album is coming on May 16, 2012!!! I will keep you updated as time nears release.
  I must say I have fallen in love with this song. "Never Love This Way" deals with the wild effects that falling in love with someone whom you thought was the one can bring.  The music and the beat captivates your ears from start to finish. Get into "Never Love This Way" below.

These Dang Feelings

I hate feeling like this. I hate feeling like a total failure.  For some reason, I just can't seem to come to grips with the fact that I'm yet single again.  Is there something wrong with me? Am I a black widow? Am I some cursee or under a curse that I knew nothing about.
  Today as I ventured out into the mall, I saw other happy couples of various types and I smiled, but it was so hard for me to mask the pain that I feel inside.  See, a few weeks ago me and my boo parted ways and I was devastated.  The reason being was number one the way in which the boo broke up with me, the second part was because of the fact there was limited communication and just really no explanation.  Don't get me wrong, I've had my share of suitors and have my share of callers, but no one really worth my time.  I just don't understand.
  What did I do wrong?  The break up was partly because I didn't meet certain "qualities" such as being overly macho and overdosed on testo…

RIP Phoebe Snow- Something Real

I love myself some Phoebe Snow.  This fabulous singer is a legend in her own right. From her hit "Poetry Man," "Teach Me," and "Harpo's Blues," we've all come to love Ms. Phoebe Snow.  Sadly  on this Day in 2011, Ms. Snow went to the great Heavenly home to reunite with her daughter Valerie.
  I discovered Phoebe Snow when I watched Patrik Ian Polk's "Noah's Arc: Jumping the Broom." She was the bar singer as well as the wedding singer.  She sang what is now one of my favorite songs "Something Real." Get into "Something Real" below.

Me Time

I love a time where it is just me and the universe. I call it "ME TIME!!!!"  It is something that I have very much needed within these last couple weeks.  Since my break up, I have really not wanting to do a whole lot of thinking, but I've been keeping myself busy and occupied.
  Sometimes you have to do things to keep yourself pre-occupied, but it is good to deal with those emotions that you have been feeling after you've left a relationship. That's where I've been here lately, spending some me time. I'll be back soon,
Love ya,

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What can I say about Momma Chanel? She has so much wisdom and knowledge to share with us.  Momma Chanel has so much inner beauty and it shows whenever she posts on Facebook or whenever she posts a video to youtube.
  In a recent video, Momma Chanel let's us know that "The Eye Only Sees What the Mind is Prepared to Comprehend." Here Momma Chanel motivates us to be our best and be who we are despite what people say and she also gives us tidbits concerning constructive criticism. Get into the video below.