Delmos youtubin’

30 03 2010


New Music Mondays – Free Download!

29 03 2010

Delmos Wade – Big City Woman (unreleased)

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Bunch ‘O’ Funk

28 03 2010

props to MOFUNK1… peep his youtube channel for a playlist of funky gems!!!


Scotty Coats

27 03 2010

Happy Birthday!!!! To my Best Friend!!!

Double Fisted

R.I.P. Mike Conley

New Music Mondays! FREE DOWNLOAD

22 03 2010

Every Monday here on Funk Face we will be putting up freebies for your listening pleasure! enjoy!

Available for this week only!

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Edwin Starr

21 03 2010

Edwin Starr (January 21, 1942 – April 2, 2003) was an American soul music singer. Starr is most famous for his Norman Whitfield produced Motown singles of the 1970s, most notably the number one hit “War”.
Starr was born Charles Edwin Hatcher in Nashville, Tennessee in 1942. He and his cousins (soul singers Roger and Willie Hatcher) moved to Cleveland, Ohio where they were raised.
In 1957, Starr formed a doo-wop group, The Future Tones, and began his singing career. Starr lived in Detroit, Michigan in the 1960s and recorded at first for the small record label Ric-Tic, and later for the famed Motown after it absorbed Ric-Tic in 1968.

Prodigy…Mobb Deep

21 03 2010

Prodigy put his lifetime in between the papers’ lines. He’s the quiet storm nigga who fight rhymes. P, yeah, you heard of him, the haunting lead vocalist who, along with partner-n-rhyme, Havoc, propelled Mobb Deep to platinum heights. On his solo releases,  Prodigy of Mobb Deep unveils a slew of gems that takes listeners on a journey through life, death and the pains of living in this cruel world. Prodigy’s distinct off-beat/on-beat rhyme style has effectively made him one of the most prolific emcees in hip-hop. “When I write rhymes I think about who is poppin’ right now. I try to come with some other sh*t that nobody is saying or if they did I twist my sh*t, so it sounds different.”

Delmos and Prodigy in the studio in Queens…