Jazmine Sullivan – ‘Forever Don’t Last’

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The second single from Jazmine's forthcoming album, 'Reality Show.'

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4 Quick Thoughts On Jazmine Sullivan “Dumb” Video With Meek Mill

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It's puppets. It's <em>Cheaters</em>. It's paying homage to Joey Greco. Kinda.


Jah Cure Ft. Jazmine Sullivan – “Choose Up”

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It's quite odd to find Jazmine Sullivan on Jah Cure's new tune after she's been M.

The iPod Shuffle

The iPod Shuffle – Jazmine Sullivan’s “In Love With Another Man”

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<a href="" target="_blank">Jazmine Sullivan</a> has plenty of songs in her catalog more than capable of planting the fear of God in any man.


Jazmine Sullivan – “My Career”

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Unless something has changed without my knowledge, <a href="">Jazmine Sullivan</a> is still on her sabbatical from music.


George Lucas Revisits The Tuskegee Airmen In “Red Tails”

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World War II's extensive on-screen history is being expanded even more with Star Wars creator George Lucas' latest visual in Red Tails.


Jazmine Sullivan – “In Vain”

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<a href=""> I said <a href="">awhile back</a> that fame is the most powerful drug known to man; Jazmine Sullivan is only the latest human to experience its effects.


The One Drug Eminem Can’t Quit

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<a href=""> Sometimes the dream of making it is more fun than it is to actually make it... If there is one thing about <a href="">Eminem</a> that has remained consistent over the years, it is the fact that he hates the idea of being "famous.


Eminem Shows T.I. The Meaning Of “No Mercy”

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<a href=""> I would like to extend my most sincere congratulations to T.I. for joining a highly sacred cult whose members include only the most elite of rappers. Jay-Z. B.o.B. Lil’ Wayne. 50 Cent. Drake. The Game. There are more, but they requested anonymity so I’ll leave them off the record, and if you haven’t guessed by now, these are some of the greatest rappers that Eminem has absolutely incinerated on their own shit. So again, after listening to this song, we're tacking Tip’s picture up on the wall with the rest of these dudes. Think of this song as the Paquiao-Margarito fight from last Saturday. Out the door, T.I. started throwing jabs here and there, and Em responds instantly with a series of punches that leaves Cliff reeling. But being that good ol’ tough-as-nails 99 pound fighter that he is, Tip comes back furious, with everything he’s got, while Marshall bides his time, waiting for him to slip. And as soon as he sees <a href="">T.I.</a> drop his hands, Eminem goes in for the kill with haymaker after haymaker, delivering every blow strong enough to shatter Cliff’s skinny, lil' ecstasy-popping mug.


Jazmine Sullivan – “10 Seconds” Video

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The man who screwed over Jazmine Sullivan should take her fine ass to court.

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Jazmine Sullivan – “10 Seconds”

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<a href=""> <a href="">Jazmine Sullivan</a> makes heartbreak sound so beautiful.


Jazmine Sullivan – “Holding You Down (Going In Circles)” Video

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<a href=""> This wasn't on <a href=" ">the halfway point's best list</a> for no reason.


The Blues

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<a href=""> The R&B love ballad no longer exists, or at least that's what I've heard countless times over the past few years. Not disagreeing with the idea but even more has been lost over time. While the rhythm has remained, the genre kissed the blues goodbye. Artists sing songs dedicated to the dance and party. They engage in whirlwind affairs that culminate in rounds of champagne and sex, never to be forgotten. And that's where the story seemingly ends as the participants move on to the next one. But anyone who has loved knows that's rarely the case. Should you happen to find yourself in a relationship, days are never that crystal clear and carefree. The story's chapters read more like emotional, mentally-draining dramas than harlequin novels. There are arguments where things better left unsaid are flung, filled with remorse no sooner than leaving the tongue. Late night arguments carry over into cold shoulders the morning after. Bad decisions from one night creating baggage that affect all involved for a lifetime, leaving scars. That's where the music helps to by filling in the gaps, helping to heal and cope while clearing the path for learning and growth. All isn't completely lost. There are still a few artists still singing the comforting blues. Artists like <a href="">Jazmine Sullivan</a> and songs like "After The Hurricane," a tumultuous four minutes where she employees her full voice to describe a relationship turned hollow.


Jazmine Sullivan Has Been Found, Finally

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<a href=""> <a href="">Jazmine Sullivan</a> obviously frequents TSS.


“Keep Your Head Up…”


I'm a sucker for anything that reads "featuring <a href="">Jazmine Sullivan</a>.

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“1800” – Review Of Snoop Dogg’s “Malice N’ Wonderland”

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Certain people are placed on this Earth for particular reasons.


Wale Feat. Jazmine Sullivan – “World Tour”

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Can you see what's going on here.

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