A couple pics of the kid getting busy at the Single Wives Club’s 4-Year Anniversary Celebration. Took place at 4th Ward Skate Park in Midtown Atlanta. Nothing like an outdoor function!
Controlla On Deck.
“If one more label tries to stop me…”
This has to be one of the best albums I’ve heard in a long time. The high energy, upbeat feel, and lush gospel samples paint a picture of hope, and beating the odds; a true David vs. Goliath story. Vehemently independent, Chance has been able to produce album-quality music, going against the grain of the current music industry structure to provide his testimony to the masses. Full of features, the album never sounds like it’s being overcrowded, with Chance shining throughout like the Ultralight Beam that he is. The whole album rides, from front-to-back. My favs are “Summer Friends” featuring Jeremih, and probably “Blessings” (two tracks on the album have this title, they’re both my fav), but there are so many good songs, it’s hard to choose. Coloring Book and The Life of Pablo are my picks for 2016’s album of the year, with Chance 3 having a slight bias from me. “Are you ready for your blessing? Are you ready for your miracle?” Check out “Coloring Book” below.
I was highly pleased with this film, especially after “Batman v. Superman” left me like meh. Marvel Studios did a great job with the execution, and although it differs from the comic plot, they did a great job at preserving the spirit of the story and the tension therein. Everyone plays their part, and well. Iron Man is trying to keep everything and everyone together, while Captain America maintains the highest integrity ever. I was relieved to see that Spider-Man was in the entire big battle showdown, and not just a quick cameo. Black Panther was bad ass. I can’t wait for his movie to come out. If you’ve been following the Marvel films so far, this is a great movie that doesn’t disappoint. I’d go back and see it again. 4.5 out of 5.