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The Black Book is the third studio album of Canadian singer-songwriter Jully Black. It was released on November 23, 2009 on Universal Music Canada. The first single "Running" peaked at on the Canadian Hot 100. Contents. On the album, Black says, "The stories in my book have earned their way there. Listen and take these stories with you.
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The finale had taken place on Thursday, but the news had taken a few days to reach me because Easter weekend was a busy one at work. Ordinarily CBC’s Canada Reads – an annual competition where six famous Canadians present novels and debate their value as the Canadian story of a year – is a bore, more like the Olympics of Canadian nice-ness than an actual debate about storytelling and nationhood. I haven’t read any of this year’s contenders, but ultimately Canada Reads is not a competition about which book tells the most definitive Canadian story. It is a debate won by the orator most capable of pitching their book as the year’s definitive Canadian story.
The Black Book (Universal). Black is carrying serious weight on her third album, as executive producer, co-writer, art director; she even penned her own publicity bio. Do-it-yourself life lessons are the foundation of the 39-minute disc. Black, 31, has dubbed this collection "durban" rock – combining dance, urban and rock. I'd call it pop, the kind Whitney Houston used to make, especially on feel-good liberation anthems "The Plan" and "Running.
The Black Album is the eighth studio album by American rapper Jay-Z, released on November 14, 2003, by Roc-A-Fella Records. It was advertised as his final album before retiring, which is also a recurring theme throughout the songs, although Jay-Z resumed his recording career in 2006. For the album, Jay-Z wanted to enlist a different producer for each song, working with Just Blaze, Kanye West, The Neptunes, DJ Quik, Timbaland, 9th Wonder and Rick Rubin, among others.
If Heaven was a mile away Would I pack up my bags and leave this world behind? If Heaven was a mile away Or save it all for you? If Heaven was a mile away Would I fill the tank up, put gas And be out the front door in a (flash?) Before reconsidering this hell with you It ain't you, it's the things you do (do) It's tearing my heart in two I would've fell with you, to Hell with you. If Heaven was a mile away, and you could ride by the gates Would you try to run inside when it opens Would you try to die today? Would you pray.
For Jully Black, hard work has unquestionably paid off. By stepping out - breaking out - of the career-limiting confines of "Canadian R&B singer," the vivacious Black has drawn her own map, blazed her own trail, and apparently arrived at sustainable success. The Toronto-based Black today wears many hats - singer, songwriter, producer, TV personality - all of which are a perfect fit. One week she could be in Paris, the next in Hollywood - yet all the while keeping her feet grounded and not forgetting her roots in Toronto's much-maligned Jane and Finch neighbourhood.