R.I.P. by Rita Ora

This song is so sick! I am so loving it! How come I only heard her today? Thanks to my dear friend Orange for this. I read most of the comments on her Youtube videos and they are comparing Rita Ora with Rihanna. I both love them, so I really don’t care, lol, they have their own style in singing and differences when it comes to performances.

Meanwhile, I hope you enjoy the song as much as I did!

[Rita Ora]
Nothing on, I strut around
I do it big, I shut it down
I wonder if you’ll be able to handle me
Mental pictures, no cameras please

[Pre-Chorus]
Ca-a-an you fe-e-el my He-he-he-he-heart is beatin’
Ca-a-an you fe-e-el my He-he-he-he-heart is beatin’

[Chorus]
R.I.P. to the girl you used to see
Her days are over, baby she’s over
(I-I-I’m ready for ya)
I decided to give you all of me
Baby come closer, baby come closer
(I, I, I’m ready for ya)

Laughtrip with parody music videos!

With all the changes around me, I need a good laugh. My sister shared these music videos that sent me all over my room! It was hellava crazy and entertaining! I really cannot comment more, just watch them and you will literally experience belly cramps.

“Laughter will always be the best medicine”

I will always be a fan of Beyonce, she is one of the greatest singers of all time.

Rihanna as always, excites me on how she make her music videos.

Lastly, cheers to Katy Perry, my all time favorite!

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Reggae beats and more

I cannot remember the day I started getting hooked on Reggae beats. All I know is when I hear songs from 311, Bob Marley and other rasta’s, I just want to sway and sway until I am feeling dizzy with love. Yes! It intoxicates me, that is how I can describe it into words.

So far, these are my top faves, I got two from our local artists here in the Philly’s and three from international scene.

Fireflies by Hemp Republic

One Look by Kjwan

Underneath it all by No Doubt

Don’t worry, be happy by Bob Marley

Love Song by 311

In relation to this, I was on my way home the other day when I heard a song I cannot forget. I told my sister to research on the song, the voice is very easy to remember, it’s Rihanna! No doubt about it, she is very distinct. I was never a fan until that day. I know that her song Man Down was a big hit. I actually loved it because of the reggae mood and her rasta accent. Now I found the song that is currently on repeat on my playlist and it is entitled You da one also from her album Talk that talk. Listen to it and I bet you will get addicted like I do!

Peace to all the rasta’s in the world!