Every summer, I always come back to this song. It just exudes sunshine, swimsuits, sangria, bike rides, beaches, etc.
This past weekend, me and a couple of friends headed over to Griffith Park for Soulnic– a house music picnic thrown by the good folks at Extra Mild Sauce. Drack muse and Derrick Wize killed it! Seriously had the best time dancing for 6 hours straight. The weather was perfect, the beautiful sight of people gettin down to house, kids running around, 100 people doin the electric slide… all kinds of amazing. I have no pictures because I lost my phone on Sunday tho 😦
My favorite part was when they dropped this track 🙂
I’ve been obsessed with this song for a long time. Although it’s widely sampled, nothing beats the original. I was definitely born in the wrong decade.
This was my first introduction to this sample. How amazing is this soundtrack tho?
One of my favorite tracks on the album, especially how she threw that line in from “warning”. Man I love this woman!
I like the beat and Rhymefest has a real knack for storytelling.
i was looking at the loose joints radio blog and revisited this gem. anyone thats chilled with me from 2007-2009 knows that this was in rotation all ze time. it’s almost like thinking about a past love and all the good times you had.
“it aint a hit, until nate dogg spit….”
rest in beats, og. if you were raised on the west coast, then you understand the loss. such a sad day in hip hop. props to kday for breaking programming and playing all the hits.
every time i hear bossa nova, i wanna fall in love. elis regina is a goddess but sofia really does aguas de marco justice.
revisiting this curtis mayfield cover to turn this ultra bad day into a positive learning experience.
sidenote: if i had a child, i imagine this is what i would play for my offspring 🙂