You hear it all of the time, especially from the older generation. “There is nothing like the old school” and “We will never get music like that again.” I admit, I am guilty of saying it a few times myself. There are only so many times you can hear artist call women out of their name on a song or speak in what is supposed to be English but misses the mark. It gets old quick.
Twilight Productions 2 has given those of us who need a break from the norm some relief. Don’t get me wrong, I am an 80’s baby who is very much a fan of most of the artist today but I grew up on music from the 80’s and 90’s where women were women and men were men. Not b*tches, h**s or ni**as.
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After what seemed like an extended winter in Baltimore, the weekend of March 12th brought with it some spring like temperatures that the whole city couldn’t wait to see, but that wasn’t the only thing that it brought.
In with the 50 degree weather blew the Baltimore Spring Fest concert. This was the second year in a row that I had the opportunity to check out this concert series, last year being the first. Presented by G-Squared Events, the Baltimore Spring Fest is what you can consider a throwback concert of sorts, set to feature some of the top R&B/Hip-Hop acts of the 1990’s, which if you ask me, was the best decade for music.
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