Flashback Friday: Robin Thicke and Fugees

It’s Friday, and one step closer to Thanksgiving next week. Yes, we’re already thinking about food.

She’s back! Kimberly Jackson drops off another morsel:

Robin Thicke, The Evolution of Robin Thicke (2006)

Kim said: “The CD is so amazing because he carried the tradition of Blue-eyed Soul from the Hall and Oates in the 80s. With songs like “Lost Without You” and “Can You Believe” you couldn’t help but fall in love with Robin Thicke.

Also check out:
“Lost Without You”
“I Need Love”

Edward has another classic on deck:

Fugees, The Score (1996)

Edd said: How have we gone this long without bringing up one of rap’s greatest albums? I revisited this a few days ago and I too had forgotten just how great this is. Yeah, we fondly remember Lauryn Hill’s star-making performance on “Killing Me Softly” but we tend to forget how ecletic, socially conscious and downright funny this album is. Three very diverse rhyming styles condensed into one hit package – few albums can compare to it.

Also check out:
“Family Business”
“Killing Me Softly”

Now, it’s your turn. Email edward@soulinstereo.com, hit us up on Twitter @etbowser or @writeousbabe, or stop by the comments section and share your Flashback Friday album.  Leave a couple of sentences describing what makes it so great. We’ll feature your album on    the blog.



  1. Digable Planets – Rebirth of Slick. Classic! Reminds of me of the long bus ride(s) to high school – it always helped me escape to another world.

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