Happy Martin Luther King Day + “Black Skinhead” {Musical Monday}

Even though I’m very much not a fan of Kanye West, I heard the production on his new album was really good and so I’m giving it a run through tonight while I’m up working. I’m sure I won’t be able to bear listening to the entire thing straight through but it’s got a couple catchy tunes on it at least. He works with some Reggae artists and Daft Punk too.

‘Black Skinhead’ and ‘Blood on the Leaves’ are probably my favorite tracks. ‘I’m in it’ and ‘I am a God’ both have those Reggae elements, and so those aren’t terrible either if you’re into that type of thang.   Being Martin Luther King day, however – Black Skinhead is probably the most appropriate choice so we’ll go with that for today’s pick…  SEO be damned lol. Seriously though, this has got a super fun melody and is worth a listen for sure. By far my favorite out of the whole ‘Yeezus’ album.

The other albums I’ll be checking out on this most melodious Monday night:

  • The Knife – Shaking the Habitual
  • The Smashing Pumpkins – Oceania
  • Julia Holter – Ekstasis

As always – If you’d be interested in having any of these albums reviewed next week just let me know in the comments!!

Oh and I’m sure you all know how this works by now but if not and you want to join in on the musical Musical Monday fun here’s the spot:

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Jenni Sais Quoi
Jenni is a photographer, herbalist, reiki master, certified yoga and meditation instructor; as well as an artist of many mediums. She muses at the world through a lens steeped in mindfulness, creativity, and compassion with the hope that her own journey and art inspire people to lead happier and healthier lives through conscious awareness, self acceptance, and mastering physical, emotional, and spiritual well being.


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