Lil DAVE Another Part Of MJ Vol 2

augustus 29, 2010

Yesterday was Michael Jackson’s birthday.His music is ever present, and his influence is beyond words. Celebrating the man and the legacy he left us with should be savored, and not rushed. Certain songs will always remain powerful, but it is possible to burn a record out. Michael isn’t going to make another PYT, and the song isn’t going to stop being good. All that being said, there is a time and a place for everything. Which brings us to this weeks mix, Another Part Of MJ Volume 2, a collection of Remixes and reinterpretations selected and mixed by Lil Dave of Ill Vibe. Sometimes it is important to shed personal history with music to realize its true value, you just might remember what you like about to begin with. On this, what is Michael’s 52nd birthday, lets let his music continue to grow.

-The Bag Messenger

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