Kevin Weeks

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01.16.13 Oscar Predictions11.07.12 The Election Was So Gay
10.16.12 Greatest Singers 1960-197910.16.12 Flannel, Bonfires, And Whiskey
10.13.12 Guilty Pleasures

Guilty Pleasures

There are some artists that I'm fairly embarrassed to admit I listen to. Granted, there are a lot rrof artists that I probably should be embarrassed to admit that I listen to (Aretha Franklin), but rI rfeel no shame (fuck you, Aretha is The Queen). Also, I'd liked to note that I'm not saying rthese rartists are bad, I'm just saying I won't readily radmit to strangers that I like them.
10 The Cranberries
Everybody Else is Doing It, So Why Can't We?

Growing up in the '90's was fucking awesome.
9 Destiny's Child
The Writings on the Wall

If you ever play "Say My Name" at a party, every girl will lose their shit. I will too.

Did artists in the '90's not know how to use spaces in album titles?
7Taking Back Sunday
Tell All Your Friends

I listened to Taking Back Sunday way too much in middle school. But I'll be damned
if I don't sing along at the top of my damn lungs every time I hear it now.
6Boyz II Men

Why did this overly smooth RnB die out?
5 Salt-n-Pepa
Hot, Cool & Vicious

Push it. Push it real good.
4Cyndi Lauper
Shes So Unusual

Is there a more quintessentially '80's artist than Cyndi Lauper?
3 Dolly Parton

"It takes a lot of money to look this cheap." She has her own amusement park. Why
am I the only person that still listens to her?

When the lights go down in the city, and the sun shines on the baaaaaaaay.
1Whitney Houston
Whitney Houston

After Whitney died, all anyone remembered was "I Will Always Love You." When I
went to a club a couple weeks after she died, the DJ played "How Will I Know?" and I
lost it.
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