90s billboard ear essay in music music popular portrait

"A young woman was walking through downtown Brooklyn the other day when a man approached her and asked mock-politely, 'Excuse me, do you know where I can get some pussy around here?' She stared, rolled her eyes, and kept walking, but he kept insisting, 'Well, do you?' Finally, she turned, and replied wryly, 'Yeah, at your mother's house.' That's TLC, whether [Lopes] is brat-a-tat-tatting with her brash raps or whether [Thomas] is kickin' [ sic ] it butter-slick on this infectious cheatin' [ sic ] song, written and so smoothly produced by Dallas Austin." [49]

The restaurant redesign also includes the addition free wi-fi, USB charging ports, whole tomatoes on display, and a huge new logo glowing on the wall, lording over you. Subway calls it a “Choice Mark.” So presumably, you sit down with your laptop or phone, drink in the free internet all day long, while ordering sandwich after sandwich from an app and picking up your food by a damn kiosk where you can order more food. All the while, the Choice Mark looms over your choice-filled experience, celebrating a future free of face-to-face interactions.

90s billboard ear essay in music music popular portrait

90s billboard ear essay in music music popular portrait

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