JS-Kit Comments

Friday, April 21, 2017

The Flashback Fridays #1 For 4/21/17: Shop Boyz - Party Like A Rock Star (2007)

This week's first Flashback Friday choice is from this song that got big 10 years ago at this time. It served to be the only hit in their careers, as they have struggled to get any other fame or notoriety since then.

Nevertheless, the beat from Jason "Pit" Pittman is so memorable and for that, it deserves a Flashback Friday choice for us all.

So, for this Friday's first Flashback choice, it's Shop Boyz with "Party Like a Rock Star!"

More to come at The Whole Delivery. 

Friday, April 14, 2017

The Flashback Fridays (Special Good Friday Edition) For 4/14/17: Bone Thugs n Harmony - Tha Crossroads (1995-1996)

As always on Good Friday every year, it's tradition here every year at The Whole Delivery to play the iconic hit from Bone Thugs n Harmony's "Tha Crossroads."

Here it is once again, with DJ U-Neek's and Tony C's iconic instrumental production, "Tha Crossroads."

This is The Whole Delivery. 

Friday, March 31, 2017

The Flashback Fridays For 3/31/17: Missy Elliott - The Rain (1997)

It's the 20 year anniversary of this glorious music video and song. And it was the start of arguably the best female MC and one of the most creative artists in all of music ever.

It's the brilliant Missy Elliott with her first single of her career, the Hype Williams produced classic with appearance from her beat making mentor Timbaland and soon close friends Tamara "Taj" Johnson-George of SWV, Yo Yo, Lil' Kim, Total, 702, Da Brat, Lil' Cease and Puff Daddy. This lead to Missy securing the VMA for Best Rap Video (and should have been best overall video at that show.

It's "The Rain" from 1997, your fitting flashback choice on this rainy day in the Northeast part of the United States.

This is The Whole Delivery. 

Friday, March 24, 2017

The Flashback Fridays For 3/24/17: Busta Rhymes, P.Diddy and Pharrell - Pass The Courvoisier Part II (2002)

As people still appreciate his past Grammy's performance with the Agent Orange hammering of President Dump, here is the up tempo classic of many that Sir Trevor George Smith produced 15 years ago.

With Diddy and Pharrell doing well, and Mo'Nique having a superb guest appearance, it's the 2002 fun hit, "Pass The Courvoiser (Part 2)."  

Busta Rhymes Feat Pharrell - Pass The... by Kenpucho

This is The Whole Delivery/ 

Sunday, February 5, 2017

The Super Bowl X's and O's For 2/5/17: The Real Keys

While being focus on Belichick vs Ryan, it is what happens on the other side of the ball that is crucial. 

Falcons RBs Devonta Freeman & Tevin Coleman vs Patriots LBs Donta Hightower, Kyle Van Noy and Elandon Roberts.

Patriots QB Tom Brady, RBs Deion Lewis and James White, WRs Julian Edelman, Chris Hogan, Danny Amendola & TE Martellus Bennett vs Falcons LB Deion Jones & De'Vondre Campbell, DBs Keanu Neal, Ricardo Allen, Jalen Collins, Robert Alford

Will they press the slot receivers and running backs of the Patriots?

Containing LeGarette Blount crucial to the clause.

Friday, February 3, 2017

The Flashback Fridays For 2/3/17: Chicago Bears- Super Bowl Shuffle (1985)


One of the great sports songs of all time, and the best sports song team performance by far in sports history. In honor of Super Bowl weekend, it came only be one Flashback Friday choice to play. It's of course, the Super Bowl Shuffle.

This is The Whole Delivery. 

Saturday, January 28, 2017

The 2017 Australian Live Thread For 1/28/18: The Women's Final - Venus vs Serena XXVIII

As many American casual fans come out of the woodworks again to care about tennis long before Wimbledon is about to end, the 28th encounter for Venus and Serena is getting the last minute hype as it would warrant from a crowd that wouldn't have any desire for any other WTA matchup. But this dream Australian Open final for that crowd, who aren't the 24/7/365 fans of the sisters or reporters of the sport of tennis on a regular basis have missed out on the key reason for the magical duo giving us this ultimate female match for 2017 Melbourne.

If Venus and Serena had been adamant about playing doubles at another Grand Slam, we wouldn't have their first Slam final in eight years. And it happened to be a little elbow injury that Venus decided to be precautionary with as the defining, unheralded decision of this entire women's Australian Open tournament.

Although playing doubles did not hamper them in Serena's Wimbledon singles title last year, as Venus made the semifinals and joined Serena to win the doubles there, playing in both events has proven to be a major deterrent in both going deep in a Slam as of late. That was indeed the case in 2013, as their quarterfinal loss to Roberta Vinci and Sara Errani proved detrimental for Serena. A rusty Venus had already been well beaten by a motivated Maria Sharapova in the 3rd Round, but Serena was the favorite for another title in Melbourne. Then the defeat at the hands of Sloane Stephens, where Serena was hampered with injury, proved that doubles had cost Serena another trophy on Rod Laver Arena more than anything else.

Going deep in doubles at the US Open later in 2013 didn't prevent Serena from winning the singles title there (her and Venus lost in the semis in doubles to Lucie Hradecka and Andrea Hlavackova), but trying it three and a half years later with Venus' elbow issues would have been a major risk not worth taking.

Instead, it's proven to be the top moment of sagacity this whole fortnight in Melbourne. A moment that off and on Williams sisters fans and observers of the greatest American sports story ever won't even know led to their latest, transient interest in tennis.

(The full match review will come in the Australian Open recap after the men's final tomorrow).

Google search