Wicked is a cast recording containing the majority of the songs from the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Wicked, with music and lyrics by composer Stephen Schwartz and a book by writer Winnie Holzman. Released on December 16, 2003 by Decca Broadway both in physical and digital releases. The former contains a foreword and a short synopsis, provided by Gregory Maguire, who wrote the 1995 novel on which the musical is based, in addition to lyrics to those songs included.
I was just happy Kano had an album; and I loved the tunes on there," he says. He finally took the plunge in 2014, setting up his own label and releasing scene-stealing tracks like Street Fighter Riddim (sample lyric: "I'm that guy, son, Sucking up MCs like a Dyson"), before starting work on his debut album. A year in the making, Jackuum acts as a portfolio of Double's career to date - opening with a hat-tip to pirate radio, before delivering stark grime beats (Better Than That, Back Then) and a series of dreamy, nostalgic jams (Live Tonight, Lyrical Hypnosis). Indeed, humour is a hallmark of his album - whether constructing a diss track out of EastEnders characters ("Dem man come like Ian Beale, Us man move like Grant and Phil") or revealing he used to body-pop while watching Top of the Pops.
Jauz's ambitious 23-track concept album, The Wise and The Wicked, has arrived in full form and is comprised of four chapters, plus a prologue. The project's storyline is set in a futuristic dystopia where the exploding wealth gap has split the world into two separate financial castes: the wealthy minority and the poor majority. This divide has created two societies: The Wise, who seek to save the world using intelligence, technology and uplifting music, and The Wicked, an anarchic bunch who want to burn it all down via angry, energetic primal music
I pray, but not to any one specifically. More to myself, pleading to stay positive and loving and open-minded. The changes I want to see in the world. The people who lift me up.
According to the Angels of Hope Foundation, a 21-Month Old Boy named Musa has been severely mutilated in Kano. Musa is a 21 month old boy is a victim of domestic violence in Kano. His parents are divorced. Musa’s stepmother cut off his private part, broke his arms, his legs, cut his tongue, Injured him in the eye, his feet and other parts of his body. The 21 month old was operated on and his getting better physically but has gone through the worst kind of emotional trauma.
I get bombed much like Pearl Harbor The price is white right and I'm Bob Barker This is your brain on drugs This is your brain on Jackie Onassis All you crotch goblins can kiss our asses Yes siree Bob like corn on the cob I'm all buttered up ready to hob nob Daddy is a kraut you're Nazi-occupied . No rest for the wicked. Get down drink it up bring it on take it off.
The Kano Display Unit (by Josh Worley and Joni Steiner) was designed to make storage look beautiful, creating organised mess through a modular pegboard system. Kano’s use of the unit is a fantastic example, with the computer kits’ colourful components adding pops of colour and vibrancy. Modularity is a design principle we love at Opendesk. Furniture that can be re-configured to a user’s preference through modular components is a common feature of many Opendesk pieces. The Display Unit takes this principle and applies it to the Kano computer kit experience through a modular pegboard system
Flowdan talks about his Nikes – we get a close-up of his trainers. Jamakabi says he’s gonna hit you with his belt buckle, he holds up a belt. And the crowning moment: when Napper says he’s gonna crack your skull, he holds up a skull. You just don’t get that from UK hip-hop. 11: TERROR DANJAH feat. Kano & sadie ama‘So sure’(white label, 2004). Released the same year as ‘Pow’, these two anthems couldn’t be further apart. Part of the unfairly short-lived R’n’G movement, Sadie Ama (younger sister of Shola, of ‘Imagine’ fame) was apparently only 15 when she sung this, which must wind her up now because I doubt she’s done anything as good since. Mind you, neither’s Kano. Wiley, kano, D double e & durrty goodz‘Destruction . (jahmektheworld, 2004). The ‘Rapper’s Delight’ of grime, complete with extended version.