"Mo Better" "Marathon" Til I'm "Empty"

If you're not familiar with Raheem Devaughn's latest, those are the titles of my favorite songs. "Mo Better" really gets me going in it's 7 minute and 39 second fabulosity.

Marathon feels like one "on and on and on."

But in a good way. AND it has Floetry on the track? Loving it and loving it. I know I'm late but I bought the cd on iTunes so it's only on my computer and my ipod. I rarely ever listen to music on the computer and only listen to my ipod at the gym which means fast-paced when in cardio mode. When working on the abs or other isolations I will turn on something other than break neck beats which is how I turned on the Raheem for one of the first times since I bought it the day it came out. Now that cds are so out of vogue, it's difficult for me to listen to R&B.... hence the reason I still don't have New Amerykah. So pitiful, I know but c'est la vie. At least for now. And yes I know I need a car dock. My godmother thought she bought me one for Christmas but it was a charger. That comes in handy at times, too but I would like to be able to listen to the ipod in the car since I have a 30 minute drive in each direction to and from work. Again... c'est la vie. Also feelin' "She's Not You." Ah Raheem. Bring yourself on over to Pittsburgh. Thanks.


PCD (Pretty Circle Drawer) said...

marathon is CRAZAY!!! thats my jam...and shame on you for not having NEW AMERYKAH---tsk, tsk!!

tAnYeTTa said...

who is this guy?

*hanging head in shame*

can i buy itunes with paypal?

jameil1922 said...

girl i have new amerykah now and uh... she crazy.

tan... WOW!! GET IT TOGETHER!! no you can't but i need you to find someway to get that album!!

aoc gold said...

The Naughty Boy

There was a naughty boy,

And a naughty boy was he,

He ran away to Scotland

The people for to see

Then he found
That the ground

Was as hard,

That a yard

Was as long,

That a song

Was as merry,

That a cherry

Was as red,

That lead

Was as weighty,

That fourscore

Was as eighty,

That a door

Was as wooden

As in England
So he stood in his shoes

And he wonder'd;

He stood in his shoes

And he wonder'd.

-----by aoc gold