However, when Rowland forgoes the slower ballads and taps into her more uptempo, thuggish side, you get her hottest single ever. I’m talking about Rowland’s “Street Life” featuring Pusha T and produced by monster hit maker Pharrell.
Suddenly through the haze of grog, comes a pulse. A snare follows. The patient swell of synthesized diva vocals emerge like Glenda the Good Witch from “The Wizard of Oz” appearing to Dorothy….You awake. You question the origin of the music first, then it genre. It is then you realize. Buddy, it has been a while, but you are about to be Housed!
I’ve been an Isaac Mizrahi fan since his quiet success with self title tv show on Oxygen. Another quiet treat is his documentary Unzipped that I caught on netflix a few months ago. It’s nice to see him grow to mainstream fame now. It’s an odd pairing but Bravo knows best as they pair up […]