Bob Marley, a Messiah.
“Redemption Song” one of the most influential songs to date and the lyrics are still stand true in this day and age.
Dedicated to a special friend who’s a huge fan. Thinking about you
WELCOME BACK D’ANGELO! We are so happy that you’ve graced us with more amazing music.
In celebration of this man’s first album in 14 years: Black Messiah, I elect D’Angelo as this week’s Afrodelik Funky Friday Song of the Day. He is a true ambassador of tha funk…you know that nasty stanky funk
I first heard D’Angelo perform “Sugar Daddy” for the 1st time on the BET awards in 2012. It was unforgettable
Looking to purchase AFRODELIK in person? We will be selling our funky brand at these 3 LOCATIONS, just in time for the holidays: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 2014 PARTRIDGE and PEAR HOLIDAY ARTS MARKET Artscape Youngplace 180 Shaw Street, Toronto 10am- 5PM THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2014 HOLIDAY BARNS ART MARKET 76 Wychwood Avenue, Toronto 4pm-10pm THURSDAY,
Labelle…how do I describe my love for thee?
They come from the planet Funkensty, where you wear the most amazingly outrageous outfits and belt out the sweet nectar of smooth funk ‘n soul, whilst being beautiful, sexy, and sing like there’s no tomorrow
Patti Labelle, Sarah Dash and the amazing Nona Hendryx….Ladies U is FIYAH!
…THANK YOU for introducing us to such GREAT HITS. To showing what GETTIN’ DOWN is REALLY ALL ABOUT. For bringing the MOONWALK back to life. THANK YOU for sharing your beautiful voice and being a REAL SINGER, THANK YOU for opening us up to what MUSIC is all about, and THANK YOU for being such
This theme song is from one of my favourite Black films from the 70’s “Let’s Do it Again” with Bill Cosby and Sidney Poitier.
If you’ve never seen it, you should. It sung by one of the best, Miss Mavis Staples
Welcome all to tha funk called AFRODELIK. We are a clothing line dedicated to making you look and feel funky…literally How we came about is simple…. Growing up in the 70’s my house was filled with lots of music, such as Otis Redding, the Staple Singers, the Pointer Sisters and Hugh Masekela. There were symbols of coolness, like