Where will you be watching, eating and drinking in Harlem for the Super Bowl this Sunday???
If you need ideas it is not too late to make a reservation. Here are several great places to choose between….
Les Ambassades Bar & Restaurant
Ginny’s Supper Club
The 5 and Diamond
Billie’s Black Gourmet Soul
The Corner Social
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Volume Two of “Keepin’ It Soul” by RhythmDB is available now on itunes and Podbean. With music by Jill Scott, Kindred The Family Soul, Jay Z , Kelly Price, Raw Artistic Soul, Jennifer Hudson, DJ Jazzy Jeff & much more. A variety of new and old Soul, Jazz, R&B, Downbeats and Mellow House blended together in a smooth collection by RhythmDB. For full Playlist see below.
Links… Available now on iTunes FREE DOWNLOAD through HarlemCondoLife and also on RhythmDB Podcasts. Also via Podbean for streaming.
That Way – Wale (Instrumental Dub)
Take A Look Around – Kindred The Family Soul
Trippin’ – Eric Benet
Nice Spirits – Skrillex (Phonat Remix)
Isn’t It Romantic? – Mel Tome (Paul & Price Remix)
New Day – Jay Z & Kanye West (Extended Mix)
You Ain’t No Good – The Bamboos
Don’t Look Down – Jennifer Hudson
Fela Brasil – Raw Artistic Soul
Fall In Love (Your Funeral) – Erykah Badu
I Miss You – Beyonce
I’m Beginning to See the Light – Ella Fitzgerald (Rondo Brothers Mix)
Intervention – Kelly Price
You Got Love ft. Snoop Dogg – Kindred The Family Soul (Remix)
The Journey ft. Ursula Rucker – Kraak & Smaak
Night In Tunisia – Duke Jordan (DJ Jazzy Jeff Remix)
Stargazer – Thievery Corporation
Amazing Place – Karu
Until Then (I Imagine) – Jill Scott
I’m New Here – Gil Scott-Heron/R.I.P (Jamie xx mix)
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Another hot and soulful mix for you. For all you Jill Scott, Mary J Blige, Eric Benet, Andy Caldwell, Ledisi, Blue Six , Sade and Beyonce fans this one is for you. Keepin’ It Soul (Vol. 1) is the first in a series of mixes that will be coming in the next several months. This one gets it right from start to finish, from commercial R&B songs to underground jazzy vibey downbeats.
Free download of Keepin’ It Soul (Vol. 1) available now on iTunes. Or to stream click here.
Enjoy! From HarlemHouse
1) King Kooba – Bad Beat
2) Jill Scott – Le BOOM Vent Suite (Edit)
3) Thievery Corporation – Web of Deception
4) Chris Brown – She Ain’t You (Instrumental Dub)
5) Mint Condition – Ease The Pain
6) Mary J. Blige – Someone To Love Me
7) Eric Benet – Better and Better
8) Jill Scott & Anthony Hamilton – So In Love (re-edit)
9) Andy Caldwell – Southern Plumperz
10) Ledisi – Shine
11) Mark Oakland – Live Forever
12) Beyonce feat. Andre 3000 – Party
13) Me’Shell Ndegeocello – Fellowship
14) Jaheim – Ain’t Leavin Without You (Remix)
15) Eddie Levert & Eric Benet – Paid
16) Blue Six – Bittersweet
17) Groove Cocktail – Deep Touch
18) Tommy Largo – It’s the Beat
19) R. Kelly – Love Letter (Reworked Mix)
20) Sade – Nothing Can Come Between Us
Also, coming soon a new House mix “HarlemGetzDeep” by RhythmDB which will be available through several Blogs or as always on itunes.
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By HarlemGuy@HarlemCondoLife.com | For those of you still wondering if Harlem is where it’s at, TMZ reports that Beyonce paid Harlem yet another surprise visit at Target where she unexpectedly appeared at an event for the Boys & Girls Club and led an impromptu dance party.
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By HarlemGuy The Macy’s 4th of July fireworks show will offer stunning views on the west side between 20th and 55th Streets. This year’s show is “Gift of Freedom.” It will include a special tribute to the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. It will offer more than 40,000 fireworks, synchronized to a 25-minute musical performances by Beyonce, Nick Lachey and other stars are part of the lineup. Optimal viewing will be on Manhattan’s west side between 20th and 55th streets. The show starts at 9 p.m. Monday and lasts for 25 minutes, but Macy’s recommends staking out spots from 5 p.m. There are several viewing options.
Below are a few simple suggestions.
Twelfth Avenue and the West Side Highway. Beginning at 6 p.m., Twelfth Avenue and the northbound lanes of the West Side Highway from 23rd to 59th Streets will turn into a giant block party for the nation’s birthday bash. Access points will be at the following streets: 24th, 26th to 30th, 34th, 40th to 44th, 47th to 52nd, and 54th to 57th.
Hudson River Park at Pier 54 and Pier 84. These piers jut out into the Hudson River and promise phenomenal views. Pier 54, located on West Street and 13th Street, will have limited access from 14th Street, according to Macy’s website. The Pier 84 dock is located between West 44th and West 43rd streets in Midtown West. Limited access will be available at 44th Street.
Posted in Harlem Tagged with: 10th anniversary, 4th, 9/11, 9/11 attacks, Beyonce, fireworks, fourth of july, gift of freedom, hudson river park, Macy's, nick lachey, west side highway
The students at PS 161 Pedro Albizu Campos Middle in Harlem received a nice surprise yesterday (May 3rd). Mrs. Jay Z, also known as Beyonce, made a surprise visit to the Harlem school located at 499 West 133rd Street. The visit was a part of the “Let’s Move” promotion, which is the First Lady Michelle Obama’s youth fitness campaign.
A group of students were filming their rendition of Beyonce’s “Move Your Body” video when Beyonce made her way out on to the floor of the school’s gymnasium and surprised the group of students. In addition to dancing with the students, Beyonce posed for photographs with them. Very nice! See more coverage at JustJared.com.
Posted in Celebrity, Community, Harlem, Music Tagged with: 10027, 499 West 133rd Street, Beyonce, Harlem, Lets Move Campaign, Michelle Obama, Photos by Rap Up and MissInfo, PS 161