Extremely sad for her! New proof Puff and Mary just broke the bet award's and showed nobody does it better. My era had best award show performance ever. Never let anyone say the 90's was the same as any era.
From to that was the beginning of space age and the world as we know it. In those 25 yrs everything changed. My generation went through biggest change since slavery.
We had the best music ever. Old school fused with new shit like pac, MJ and the fugees among many others. Joshua Posadas hell yea I used to watch juice almost everyday when it used to be on Netflix. Wow you really went there I'm feeling this it reminds me of ft.
I'm so happy to see the Amout of likes you got on your comment. And that was the best part and she was cute. It's your decision. I grew up in the s and I still listened to all music genres from every era.
U right wtf they talking about! Back with Tupac and a masculine Omar Epps. Been looking for this song forever lol always wondered what song was playing in the Record store scene. Rondell June. Wish i was a teenager in the 90s the 90s was one of the best era with great songs. But I would say if I was a teen going to see Tupac in in Indianapolis at the Black Expo would of been the shit with me being from Indiana. This song makes you feel good, nostalgia is healthy and memories of years gone by are good for the soul thanks for the upload bouncing my head right now lol.
This song is just good vibes in general. This song is before my time and even I get a nostalgic feeling when listening to it. I have been making beats since 96 and I'm good like many others but some ppl are God gifted like Mr.
One of the best ever! When ur making beats for the king of pop u at legendary! Shorty was tight David Williams No way!! Man their was so much energy in Teddy Riley's defined, yet mesmerizing syncopated beats! No one ran the "Beat Factory" like TR! Not to take anything away from those bomb producers because they were real stars behind the scene.
However, when an artist needed a "big sound" and a sure fire hit, they went to Teddy!! My fav producer of all time!! JUICE was way ahead of its time still relevant in There should ve an Unsung on Tammy Lucas. This is a classic soundtrack.. The times when songs from soundtracks were actually in the movie Just heard this on a radio station here in Houston, and I thought it sounded like something from the 90s. That's why I came on here to see if it was, and I was right. Yep this was early one of my favorite times of music in the 90's!
Man let throw on my Cross Colours outfit, with my back combat boots. It's time to party. Love that part when PAC threw the hoodie back and steel was following him.
GTG Beats word I tried to do that shit walking in my class but it come it cringy and grimmy than a mfka its like on pac could do it and he did it smooth than a mfka. Tyrique Wideman The way he did it was smooth. New Jack swing!!! I love this song!
I wish music never would have evolved.. I wish I was back in earlier times than the mundane times of now, great times always! Sorry but do you know his sound at all?? New Jack Swing is pretty much TR. This is my shiznit!!! When Q and the Squadddddd was in the record store this joint came on my favorite part of the movie juice a classic. This take me back and brings back good memories and it still sounds good in New jack is like the soundtrack for the late 80s, early 90s.
Anytime I hear a new jack record like "groove me" by "Guy" or "remember the time" by MJ I'm immediately taken back to wherever I was when it was being played originally.
This song is my of my favorites of all off of one of my favorite flicks of all time. Long live the 90s. Love the late 80's early 90's I always think of Q flirting with the lady with the gold tooth in the music store when I hear this song.
This was one of my favorite scenes from Juice. Backstory on why Tammy never became a lead singer. Man, these record companies be really putting they foots up these talented artists' behinds. Been doing that shit since forever. I should know,. I've watched that Film So Many times! Thank god for the internet. You still see that on these new movies.
The black crowd vs white crowd in theaters. I think it was Arsenio Hall in one of his monologues was talking about this. But it was all good. As soon as that girl opened her mouth, the whole theater was like I was born in thank god I got a chance to live thru the 90,s I miss that ish for real now I see wat the old people use to say as I was growing up enjoy it while you can in its here because once its gon ain't nothing but memories but we still can watch the movies in listen to the music so I can't complain because of the new generation that's just life it goes on.
I was only in 4th grade when this song came out Has it really been that long ago? Forget the record store scene. I think about this song when I'm on a building think about jumping to the next building. This music brings back good memories of a different time in my life, simpler time. That 90's vibe that you get when you hear this joint. Nostalgia era. Long live Juice and the 90's era. Show all results:. This profile is not public. Edit Profile View as Public Logout. Tammy Lucas. Chantay Savage. Horace Brown. Jo Ann Jones.
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