Date of show: Tuesday, November 19, 1968
Top song of 1968: “Down on Me”
It was her electrifying performance in 1968 that was long awaited at Stony Brook University, she was fronting the group, Big Brother and The Holding Company and later went on to grace the stage live at Woodstock, in 1969.
It was a slap in the face for pop princess Rihanna’s supporters. The remix of Rihanna’s song “Birthday Cake” featuring Chris Brown leaked on the internet.
Due to the buzz, Brown was happy to be featured in Rihanna’s song, and, as fans awaited the official release, he gave them a dose of this: “Girl I wanna f*** you right now (right now)/ Been a long time, I’ve been missing your body/ Let me-let me turn the lights down.”
Brown is notorious for the domestic abuse case involving Rihanna, which became a permanent black mark on their careers, and the reconciliation between the two does not sit well with some fans.
Open mic nights welcome talent with opened arms. Non-Profit talent based Organization, C.O.A.L.I.T.I.O.N., or the Community Of Alliances Living In Total Independence Of Negativity, on Stony Brook campus holds an…