"Live a Passionate Life"
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Pandalicious is the name
But it is also who I am
It define my Life and Styles
It is not just a name given
It became my personality.
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The Heart is divided
Into pieces
May the wind blows
May it be taken a way
Happy and free
Wherever it goes
Whatever it touches
Or whoever it meets
Let it all be a part of me
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Without the world mysteries
Without this world full of beauties
Without life meaningful philosophy
Without the creative art
Without the heart beating music
Without different people to see
Without dreams after dreams
Without all of this to keep my soul
Burning and burning in flame
I think my life would be pointless

Art and knowledge is the journey
Of my Mind, Heart and Soul

"Poem and Song paint a PICTURE,
Painting and Drawing tell a STORY.
Every words paint my life,
Every brush tell my story." - Pandalicious
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behindthegrooves:

On this day in music history: April 19, 1986 - Prince will become the fifth songwriter in US chart history to hold down the top two positions on the Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously. His own single “Kiss” will move to number one while The Bangles’ “Manic Monday” written by Prince under the pseudonym “Christopher”, moves up to number two. The only other songwriters to achieve this feat are John Lennon and Paul McCartney (“I Want To Hold Your Hand”, “She Loves You”) in 1964, Barry, Robin, & Maurice Gibb “Stayin’ Alive” “(Love Is) Thicker Than Water”, “Night Fever”) in 1978, Elvis Presley (“Don’t Be Cruel”, “Love Me Tender”) in 1956, and Jim Steinman (“Total Eclipse Of The Heart”, “Making Love Out Of Nothing At All”) in 1983.

behindthegrooves:

On this day in music history: April 19, 1986 - Prince will become the fifth songwriter in US chart history to hold down the top two positions on the Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously. His own single “Kiss” will move to number one while The Bangles’ “Manic Monday” written by Prince under the pseudonym “Christopher”, moves up to number two. The only other songwriters to achieve this feat are John Lennon and Paul McCartney (“I Want To Hold Your Hand”, “She Loves You”) in 1964, Barry, Robin, & Maurice Gibb “Stayin’ Alive” “(Love Is) Thicker Than Water”, “Night Fever”) in 1978, Elvis Presley (“Don’t Be Cruel”, “Love Me Tender”) in 1956, and Jim Steinman (“Total Eclipse Of The Heart”, “Making Love Out Of Nothing At All”) in 1983.

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behindthegrooves:

On this day in music history: April 20, 2004 - “Musicology”, the thirtieth album by Prince is released. Produced by Prince, it is recorded at Paisley Park in Chanhassen, MN, Metal Works in Mississauga, Ontario, and The Hit Factory in New York City in Mid - Late 2003. After experimenting with distributing his music through his own NPG Music Club website, Prince will decide to realign himself with the more traditional form of issuing his work. Released in cooperation with Sony Music’s Columbia Records, it will be the artists’ first major label release in over five years. The album will also feature guest appearances from musicians such as Candy Dulfer, Maceo Parker, Sheila E. and Stokley Williams of Mint Condition. Part of its commercial success will be due to the unique method of selling it by including a copy of the CD along with the price of a concert ticket, during the “Musicology Tour”. It will spin off two singles (three in the UK) including “Call My Name” (#75 Pop) and the title track (#3 R&B). It will win two Grammy Awards including Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance for the title track and Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for the single “Call My Name” in 2005. “Musicology” will peak at number three on the Billboard Top 200 and R&B album charts, and is certified 2x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.

behindthegrooves:

On this day in music history: April 20, 2004 - “Musicology”, the thirtieth album by Prince is released. Produced by Prince, it is recorded at Paisley Park in Chanhassen, MN, Metal Works in Mississauga, Ontario, and The Hit Factory in New York City in Mid - Late 2003. After experimenting with distributing his music through his own NPG Music Club website, Prince will decide to realign himself with the more traditional form of issuing his work. Released in cooperation with Sony Music’s Columbia Records, it will be the artists’ first major label release in over five years. The album will also feature guest appearances from musicians such as Candy Dulfer, Maceo Parker, Sheila E. and Stokley Williams of Mint Condition. Part of its commercial success will be due to the unique method of selling it by including a copy of the CD along with the price of a concert ticket, during the “Musicology Tour”. It will spin off two singles (three in the UK) including “Call My Name” (#75 Pop) and the title track (#3 R&B). It will win two Grammy Awards including Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance for the title track and Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for the single “Call My Name” in 2005. “Musicology” will peak at number three on the Billboard Top 200 and R&B album charts, and is certified 2x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.