If most of you buy your albums on iTunes, you would have seen at #1 on the charts this week was an album entitled The Heist by Seattle based Hip-Hop/Rap duo, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis. In case most of you are not familiar with these two, maybe you should be.
I got familiar with the duo not only after I heard many of my colleagues blasting about them on the interwebs, but after I heard the duo's swan song about the Seattle Mariners entitled "My Oh My" which was a catch phrase used by the late Dave Niehaus the longtime voice for the Seattle Mariners, which the song was a tribute to.
However, it was a song that the duo released with Mary Lambert entitled Same Love. A song to advocate for marriage equality for gay men and women. A song so powerful that when it was played, people including myself got pretty choked up. If you don't believe me, listen for yourself.
Singer Robin Thicke was just like thousands of tourists who were stranded in Cabo San Lucas as a result of the devastating effects of Hurricane Odile. One thing that set Thicke apart from the other 30,000 panicked and stranded tourists, was that he attempted to use his celebrity and some cash to get out of Cabo faster than the less famous folks. The
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