jill scott and the roots you got me, johnny gill and stacy lattisaw perfect combination, method man and mary j blige you're all i need to get by, nothing even matter lauryn hill and d'angelo, Old School Fridays, quincy jones secret garden, rachelle ferrell and will downing nothing ever felt lik
by vivrant thang on old school friday
It’s another Old School Friday and they left a sista to her own devices this week. We were told to “do whatcha like!” I decided to go with a theme of “perfect combinations” – a few of the ultimate artist collaborations.
This is by NO means a complete list. It’s just a few songs that are inspired in part by my Top Songs list and by what’s been playing on the ‘pod this week. I took a few liberties with the rules as a couple of the songs are a couple years past 1993. I’d still argue that they are classics.
Let me know what you think of my choices in the comments.
What are some of your favorite old school perfect combinations?
Perfect Combination, Stacy Lattisaw & Johnny Gill, 1984
(Ahh…remember the time before Johnny was telling ‘Donkey’ to put on his red dresssss)
Secret Garden, Quincy Jones f/Barry White, James Ingram, Al B. Sure, El Debarge, 1989(Sho you’re right!)
Nothing Ever Felt Like This, Rachelle Farrell & Will Downing, 1994
You’re All I Need, Meth and Mary, 1995
(Shawwwttyyy I’m there for you anytime you need me…sigh, whatever happened to black love?) 🙂
Nothing Even Matters, Lauryn Hill & D’Angelo, 1998
(Ya’ll still matter to us…get your minds right and give us more music!)
Honorable Mention:To get ya’ll ready for my Jill Scott concert review post (with video!) on Monday, I had to drop this one on you. This is when folks were still asking, “Who Is Jill Scott?”
You Got Me, The Roots f/Jilly from Philly, 1999
Here are a links to the other participants in Old School Fridays. Be sure to check them out. Great trips down memory lane:
- Electronic Village
- Chatting Over Cocktails
- Ms Grapevine
- Marcus LANGFORD
- Lisa C
- Kreative Talk
- Invisible Woman