A minute for my Chevron ExtraMile
I just got back from Chevron ExtraMile, because I was having such a craving for an energy drink that I had to make a run down the street and pick one up. Even better, Chevron ExtraMile has a great deal on Rockstar energy drinks! You know I’ll be back tomorrow!
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4. Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You
5. Madonna Vogue
6. Sir Mix-A-Lot Baby Got Back
8. TLC Waterfalls
10. Sinead O’Connor Nothing Compares 2 U
13. Dr. Dre (featuring Nuthin’ but a “G” Thang
14. Mariah Carey Vision of Love
16. MC Hammer U Can’t Touch This
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EDDIE MURPHY MAKING NEW MUSIC
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Well now we know why Eddie's finally on Twitter: he’s using it to push a forthcoming reggae album he's working on. Check out the video for his duet with the artist formerly known as Snoop Dogg, Snoop Lion:
Murphy’s first and biggest hit by a wide margin is “Party All the Time” (1985), written with Rick James. The song, from his first album How Could It Be, was a commercial success, reaching No. 2 on the Hot 100.
Remember the song he did in the 90's with Michael Jackson? YIKES!!! Let's hope his new project is waaaay better than that!
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CYNDI LAUPER CELEBRATES
30th ANNIVERSARY OF HER DEBUT ALBUM
Cyndi Lauper hit the scene in 1983 with her debut album She's So Unusual. Radio favorites, "Girls Just Want to Have Fun", "Time After Time", "She Bop", "Money Changes Everything" and "All Through the Night," She's So Unusual made Cyndi Lauper a household name as she made musical history as the first female artist to have four Top 10 singles on a debut album. The album on to sell more than 16 million copies worldwide and earned Lauper a Grammy Award for "Best New Artist".
Michael Jackson in his home studio in 1981
working on what would become the biggest single of his career.
BOBBY BROWN'S "Don't Be Cruel" turn 25"
Hard to believe it's been 25 years since the release of the album that would make everyone almost forget Bobby Brown was ever in a boy band. And the video that made you wanna dance every time it hit: See if you can still keep up...