The new Morcheeba “Dive Deep” Album just dropped this past week. I personally like it. I don’t love it. But i like it. The songs to check out on this is: “One Love Karma,” “Thumbnails,” and “Blue Chair.”
The album doesn’t compare to their previous albums and songs.
To my knowledge, they never made a video for this.
“Mathangi “Maya” Arulpragasam (July 17, 1977), is a British vocalist, songwriter, composer, record producer and visual artist, and a Tamil of Jaffna origin. Best known by her stage name, M.I.A, her work in music often features a range of elements of genres including grime, hip-hop, ragga, dancehall and electro.
An accomplished visual artist by 2002, M.I.A. came to prominence in early 2004 through file-sharing of her singles “Galang” and “Sunshowers” on the internet. In 2005, her debut album, Arular, was nominated for the Mercury Prize. Her second album, Kala, was released in 2007 and awarded the title Album of the Year by Rolling Stone. M.I.A. was also included on USA Today’s “100 Most Interesting People of 2007″.”
My mother and I checked out this restaurant called Gerry’s. It was recommended to me by my cousin Martin.
Hands down, one of the best Filipino food places. Their menu is filled with the traditional filipino dishes such as Kare Kare, Adobo, and Crispy Pata. The dish that amazed me was their take on Ceviche with tuna, onions, and slices of roasted pork on top. MMMmMmMmm.
On Sunday, Margaret and I went to this restaurant in Hillcrest called Chow. This was our second visit to the restaurant, but it wasn’t as good as the first. I tried to be adventurous and order something different, but it turned out to be ok. I should of stuck to the Tom Yum soup that I had last time.
Although, the spring rolls that we ordered above were awesome. They prepared a traditional Vietnamese spring roll with pieces of crab meat sprinkled on top. A+