B.o.B and 2 Chainz appropriately take it to Atlanta for the visual to their collaborative track, "Headband." The clip showcases the rapper tandem in a yard setting, surrounded by a gang of women who are showcasing some synchronized dance skills. The delivery comes to hold us over as B.o.B is currently prepping his new Underground Luxury album for a release later this year.
This two-in-one set features a pair of LPs by REO Speedwagon, R.E.O. Speedwagon and R.E.O./T.W.O., originally issued in 1971 and 1972. These 16 tracks include such original compositions as "Anti-Establishment Man," "Five Men Were Killed Today," "Being Kind (Can Hurt Someone Sometimes)," and the Chuck Berry classic "Little Queenie."
Some of the advantages that 2004's Greatest Hits has over 1995's The Best of Alexander O'Neal are apparent from the quickest of glances. The most obvious difference is the quantity of songs: while The Best of Alexander O'Neal functioned as a suitable introduction covering the singer's first three albums, this disc features five more sensibly picked cuts. The most important inclusion here, beyond all the essential chart hits ("If You Were Here Tonight," "Criticize," "Fake," "Never Knew Love Like This," "All True Man," "What Is This Thing Called Love?"), is "Saturday Love," the magnificent 1986 single previously bound to duet partner Cherrelle's catalog. Alexander O'Neal (1985), Hearsay (1986), and All True Man (1991) are all worth owning, but this compilation will do for those on a budget.
On the brink of the Depression in 1929, Georgia O'Keeffe - America's first great modernist painter - headed west. In the bright light of the New Mexico desert, she forged an independent life and found the solitude she needed for her truly original art.
A tribute to jazz diva Anita O'Day, completed just weeks before her death in November 2006.
Directed and produced by Emmy-award winner Ezra Edelman, O.J.: Made In America is a five-part, two-hour episode mini-series that explores themes of race and celebrity, while tracing the personal journey of Orenthal James Simpson. O.J.: Made In America covers how he became a prolific NFL legend and why the country fell in love with him off the field, to his being accused of murdering his ex-wife and his subsequent acquittal, and why he is now sitting in jail 20 years later for another criminal charge.