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I know this isn't news but I was reading the first two paragraphs of this earlier today and they continue to slaughter my soul. The concept, the subject matters, the genre-bending, the praise... all through Her hands.

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A masterpiece indeed. Changing the game once again and putting her peers to shame.

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I think he is just trying to say that her voice is childlike and erotic without sounding to pervy lol

I just got finished listening 'Tonights the Night' and the way she sings on that song is very strangely erotic because she does sound like a little girl. Its weird as hell, but somehow it works.
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There's an upcoming episode of A.N.T. Farm about Black History Month. What is your character Chyna up to in the episode?

CHINA ANNE MCCLAIN:

My character has to put together this presentation for Black History Month, and she's struggling because she's trying to [write] a song that really incorporates black music and black artists. She's really struggling with how [to] fit all of this stuff into a minute-long song. So when she goes into her studio, trying to come up with ideas, she falls into this [dream] world, where she actually becomes people like [jazz singer] Ella Fitzgerald, [pop singer] Janet Jackson and [soul singer] Aretha Franklin. It was really amazing for me personally because I really do love these women a lot. I studied for it. This is a really big episode for me.

CHINA:

I think my favorite part of this episode was all of the costumes. [Dressing up as] Janet Jackson was awesome.

http://www.timeforkids.com/news/history-music/70176

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Michael K. Williams on Playing Omar on ‘The Wire,’ Discovering Snoop, and How Janet Jackson Changed His Life

You were a professional dancer and choreographer before you started acting. How did you initially get into dance?

I was always dancing. I came out the womb dancing. But before I became a professional dancer, I was 23 years old, working for Pfizer pharmaceuticals and going to BMCC — a.k.a. the thirteenth grade. I had a very turbulent teenage life — drugs, rehab, all that crap — and that was my way of getting my life together, going to school, getting a job. And then here comes Janet Jackson flashing her ass across the screen, talking about Rhythm Nation — I went crazy. I set off to become a Janet Jackson dancer. I wore the tour jacket, the Doc Marten boots, all that. She inspired the shit out of me.

http://www.vulture.com/2008/01/michael_k_williams_on_playing.html

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Michael K. Williams on Playing Omar on ‘The Wire,’ Discovering Snoop, and How Janet Jackson Changed His Life

You were a professional dancer and choreographer before you started acting. How did you initially get into dance?

I was always dancing. I came out the womb dancing. But before I became a professional dancer, I was 23 years old, working for Pfizer pharmaceuticals and going to BMCC — a.k.a. the thirteenth grade. I had a very turbulent teenage life — drugs, rehab, all that crap — and that was my way of getting my life together, going to school, getting a job. And then here comes Janet Jackson flashing her ass across the screen, talking about Rhythm Nation — I went crazy. I set off to become a Janet Jackson dancer. I wore the tour jacket, the Doc Marten boots, all that. She inspired the shit out of me.

http://www.vulture.c...on_playing.html

And that is all she wants to do and why I love her so much. Lift them up Janhova and let them be born in your light. YAS!!!!
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