Tinchy Ready To Burn The Floor

Jubilee Bank holiday weekend at North Wales is expected to be the most memorable event and all the credit goes to North Wales’ imperial acquaintances. Apart from the poor economic condition, bookings are on a high as tourists are looking forward to enjoy each and every bit of the festivals as well as the surrounding ambience.


British rapper Tinchy Stryder has plans to launch a wide range of swimwear for women.

The rapper told Daily Star that he loves fashion and clothes and that he planned to expand his T-Shirt range. But as the season is cold he has put off the idea. He also said that he wants to aim for summers and do a few more casual and classy things.


Tinchy Stryder teamed up with the Manchester City star Mario Balottelli to launch a new charity t-shirt. The rapper and the Italian striker collaborated to produce a charity t-shirt with the famous slogan, ‘Why always me?” which is a based on Mario’s slogan which he showed off during a match against Manchester United in the earlier season. The proceeds would be given to a charity of the Premier League Star’s choice.

My Spotify Picks

Anyone who has used spotify to listen to music will know that its a great way to find new songs. Here are some jazz tunes that we have discovered through spotify:

1 – Abdullah Ibrahim – Ishmael – African Suite
2 – Buddy Rich Big Band – West Side Story Medley – Swingin` New Big Band
3 – Freddie Hubbard – Dolphin Dance – Freddie Hubbard Live
4 – Anita O`Day – Georgia on my mind – Anita O`Day with Gene Krupa & Stan Kenton
5 – Herbie Hancock – Watch It – Herbick Hancock Trio 1977
6 – Oliver Nelson – One for Phil- More Blues and the Abstrct Truth


The Story of American Music by Ken Burns Jazz: This five-CD box set soundtrack to filmmaker Ken Burns’s 10-part, 19-hour documentary Jazz spans nearly a century of jazz styles, from the martial rhythms of James Reese Europe to the soul-jazz of Grover Washington Jr.

It includes time-tested classics like Benny Goodman’s 1938 classic, “Sing, Sing, Sing”; John Coltrane’s chanting 1965 immortal track, “A Love Supreme”; Billie Holiday’s blue-ember ballad, “God Bless the Child”; and Ella Fitzgerald peeling off “A-Tisket A-Tasket.”