Queen on set of their music video for “I want to Break Free” (1984)
The video depicts Mercury as a housewife, loosely based on Bet Lynch, who wants to "break free" from his life. May plays another, more relaxed housewife based on Hilda Ogden. Deacon appears as a conservative "grandma", while Taylor plays a schoolgirl, who like Mercury wants a different life.
Took the dogs on a later #run today because #yoga and we're trucking along, listening to some #Pandora#90spop when my phone rings. I miss the call as I'm trying to get it out of my arm band and answer because some people are super impatient (@frankgianessi 😣😳😤) and as I'm trying to stick it baaaack in the arm band while trying to balance a crazy dog, pace and still look super put together I STEP ON THIS!!!! When I realized it wasn't a kid's toy, I might have fainted #floridabeasts
(New Jack Swing Appreciation Post)
These albums are not in order by favorites or by the year they were released. You may see two albums by the same artist. Swipe left.
My favorite “New Jack Swing” albums from 1986-1993. All of these albums were released at some time period from the mid 80s to the early 90s. The earliest “New Jack Swing” album in this collage would be Janet Jackson’s “Control” album. The first “New Jack Swing” album released by a female artist. “Control” paved the way for other female artists who went on to release albums with a “New Jack Swing” sound in them. The latest “New Jack Swing” album in this collage is a group name “Intro” who released their self titled debut album in 1993. All of the tracks on these albums do not just have a uptempo songs in them, there are slow tempo songs on these albums as well. Overall, the majority of them have a “New Jack Swing” sound in them. I appreciate the popular “New Jack Swing” albums during that time period, but I am also a fan of the rare underrated albums of that time period as well, because they matter too, that’s why I included them in this collage 💯. #80s#80smusic#80spop#80srnb#90s#90smusic#90spop#90srnb#newjackswing