When I ask you to remember a song called “This is It,” of what song do you think? If you’re like most normal people, you probably think of the song by Kenny Loggins:
The problem is the song is called “If This Is It”. IF being the operative word here. So being the highbrow individual that I am, I responded to Chris’ post with my own post today titled: “Nyuh, THIS is IT!”.
For more of my perspicacity on the subject, from which I stole freely for this post, see the original post above.
Not Your Father’s R & B? Hell, It’s Not Even Mine Anymore by T. Troy Stewart over at BlackCynic America, whom I’ve been following for a little while. Today’s post caught my eye for some reason, because I could see myself getting in the argument he did. To see what I’m talking about, see his post.
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