DAY 42 GRAMMY CHASE: GOT ME?

Day 42. A little behind the clock today but still able to manage the morning duties considering things just got a little interesting with a surprise 9 am jury duty summons. How in the heck can the court just bust into your day, week or what have you and drastically put a halt into your pre-planned obligations? Today is definitely not the best day as I was actually loaded with things to do today. Downtown Buffalo has terrible parking, so I’d ideally prefer a 30 min window to browse for parking in order to make it to the courthouse early, however, there’s a regular routine of school drop-off that’s pending as well as a scheduled 830 am appointment for Max at the Vet, and thats just the tip of the iceberg. So, this entry will be very short as I need to head off and discuss alternative plans with the First Lady who always says, “Whatever we need to do, I GOT you!!” This inspires todays Grammy inspiration with the hit song that awarded the best and probably only Hip Hop band the Grammy in 1999 for Best Performance By A Duo Or Group for the song “You Got Me.”  I remember the moment when I learned about their nomination and it was such a great turn-around for this hardworking, talented crew from Philly. They continued delivering innovative videos and classic albums with more Grammy Nominations but haven’t been awarded another Grammy since.
This song apparently featured Philly native Jill Scott originally, but was later swapped with Erykah Badu as Jill Scott was a new artist and Badu had much more buzz and audience at the time, but if you EVER were able to hear Jill Scott sings the vocals for this, you’d hear the real essence of the song. It also featured another Philly breakout artist, later turned actress, Eve. By the way I LOOVE Jill Scotts smile and her music is Golden. Good Morning and Good Day to you!!

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