Any song that makes me tingle from my head to my chest, down to my thighs, then booty and then to my feet, is FUNKY…and “Yabba Dabba Doo” QUALIFIES!
1973 is when this tune went down!
Herbie Hancock killed it with Watermelon Man. I love the layering and progression of the tune. I attempt to hum all layers at the same time and when I succeed I feel proud. This is a vibrational orgasm right here…
ok I know y’all been waitin’ to hear my review of Janet’s new CD “Unbreakable” LOL!!…well here it is….You Ready?! I am a huge Janet fan, and to be honest there was a period in which I could not relate to her music. It seemed separate.. removed from her, and I just couldn’t get intoContinue reading »
3 of OUR BEST of the BEST in the TDOT!
Funky Rich Brown on Bass, The Grooviness of Larnell Lewis on Drums, and Mr Soul Man himself, Wade O’ Brown on Vocals and Keys
This trio killed it with their soulful rendition of Bob Marley’s “Turn Your Lights Down Low”
First note…Goosebumps….Guaranteed you will too!
THIS SATURDAY, August 29th, Rich Brown will be performing at his fundraiser, for his newest album “ABENG”.
It’s all going down in Toronto at ARRAY SPACE, where Rich will be accompanied by a full band, playing selections from his 3 albums. If you love REAL MUSIC, and REAL TALENT…you can’t miss this evening. Check out the Facebook Invitation here
Cover Design of Rich Brown’s newest CD “ABENG” was created by yours truly. What an honour for AFRODELIK!
Ok y’all! how many of you LOVE THIS TUNE, and remember rollerskating to this tune, in your fanciest dance moves?
Well, unfortunately NOT ME! I LOVE THIS TUNE and only imagine in my mind what this would all look like if I could only rollerskate
Anyways this song makes me move…nonetheless
In 1974, Graham Central Station’s hit “Can You Handle It” reached #9 on the BILLBOARDS chart
This song takes me back to my preteen years, with my parents, purchasing the newest 45s, and being so excited to go home and get down to it. This was ONE of them.
Graham Central Station’s style is an inspiration for all characters created through Afrodelik’s AFROCITY collection. Lovin’ the hair Larry!
Blaxploitation…Exploitation? Actor and Icon, Fred Williamson recently honoured at the TORONTO BLACK FILM FESTIVAL for his achievement in film, breaks down his film demands and his thoughts as to who was really exploited in the 1970’s Blaxploitation films. Check it out here Tell AFRODELIK what you thinkContinue reading »
Fela Kuti…king of Afrobeat.
I love everything about his music. The 1st time I heard him was in the 80’s along with King Sunny Ade on radio station CKLN, or was it CFNY..not sure. Nonetheless it changed my life, for the better. It opened my spirit up to African music and I feel it deep in my soul.
Zombie is a favorite of mine
In his honour, AFRODELIK has created a unique tshirt, celebrating the king of Afrobeat.
You can view and purchase your own AFRODELIK FELA Womens tee HERE
WBLK introduced me to this tune…Loved it and Still Do!
Performing “Too Tough” on the show that taught me how to properly do the Hustle
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,Continue reading »