Julia T. Williams | Heavy Rotation
Julia T. Williams is a storyteller on a mission to help better lives through storytelling. She writes about all the things that go wrong and how people fight to make them right. Telling stories that matter while helping others cultivate theirs.
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Heavy Rotation

If you don’t have any music from Eric Roberson, be sure to pick up one of his albums today. …Left has some tight joints from the moment the disc starts spinning.

“Music” does indeed take you higher with horns and chacha’s making you want to get your Salsa on. Algebra Blessett joins Eric for a nice ballad of loving someone too much to let them hurt them again in “Iluvu2much”. “Only for You” is one of my favorites. It’s about not being perfect, making mistakes but owning up to them and wanting to have another shot to make it right. “Couldn’t Hear Her” takes you down a reminiscent road of all the ones who you didn’t pay attention to because you were busy doing your thing. In his case, music. The music continues playing for 4 mins after the singing is over. Makes you just lean back in your chair, forcing you on a journey of what ifs.

I have this album, Esoteric, and The Vault. All three have stayed in the CD player since I got them. I have slept on Eric Roberson. If it wasn’t up for staying up late at night watching the Michael Baisden show, I would still be sleeping on Eric. He is definitely one of the most underrated artists out right now.

Raheem DeVaughn is a pretty good listen to as well.

“Love Drug”, which is my music choice for the week, is about being a persons’ weakness. “Marathon” featuring Floetry, is a certified baby maker. “Energy” featuring Big Boi gives you just what the song indicates…energy. He kinda falls short with his rendition of Smokey Robinson’s “My Girl” with “Friday”. But he pays his dues on “Desire”. Just pull that one you’re feeling up close and act out all of your desires with this track.

Just had to give you all a little review on the music heavily in my rotation.

Blessings & Prosperity!

This is Jewells signing out…

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