I love music that has a great instrumental and is fueled by a little Latin flavor. There’s something so seductive about getting on the dance floor and grooving your hips, while getting coaxed by passionate instrumentals. A lot of tracks out there in the electronica/dance genre attempt to include that Latin flavor, but Ray Foxx and Lovelle know how to do it just right.
Their song “La Musica”, also known as “The Trumpeter” is one of those tracks you can’t help but to groove to. Every time I hear that song I quickly jump up and start swaying my hips. Those are the moments I wish I had a dance partner on call. I’d just pick up my phone and call up some sexy Puerto Rican papi to come wrap me in his arms and sway to sexy beat of La Musica. Ah, that’s the stuff dreams are made of!
It kind of sucks that I don’t have a handsome guy to dance to “La Musica” with (I love being single though, but a dance partner would be great!), but at least I can still enjoy the video and groove on my own. Maybe once I get settled in the next few months, I’ll take up a Latin dance class of some sort. Sounds like it would be a fun experience and I’d love to take my skills to a sexy Latin nightclub. Or at least give me some Brazillian jazz and let me just groove to the music. But that Latin class does sound like fun, I’ve got some researching to do!
I’ve never been a huge fan of American Idol and only usually watch the auditions and then dip out. The people I always like never seem to win the show anyways, so I just don’t bother watching.But my mom told me about this guy on there who sounds like Luther Vandross and Sylvester (the classic house diva). Since I’m a huge fan of Sylvester and his diva personality, I had to check out this guy my mom kept swearing was a music sensation.
So last night we tuned into American Idol and I was introduced to Jacob Lusk. The only way to describe his voice is like coming to an interesection and four things cross:house, gospel, r&b, and pop. He is the substance of all those things when he sings and has a unique original style. From a Christian point of view, the boy gave me goosebumps! When he sings it’s like he is having church and he brings the house down. This week was Motown Week on American Idol and he left everyone in the audience wanting more. It was
I really don’t have much more to say….he leaves me speechless. So watch for yourself and if you’ve never heard of Sylvester, then check him out as well! He is most known for his song "You Make Me Feel".
His best performance to date on the show!