& Eyes Lie, 10/29/13, 2013, A Long Time, Aaliyah feat DMX, All Said & Done, All to All, Ambush, Basement Jaxx, Beneath The Tree, Black Out Days, Blue Lines, Blue Lines Blog, Brand Nubian, Broken Social Scene, Calexico, Can't Tell Me Nothing, Circuital, Cold Lampin, Come Back in One Piece, Cypress Hill, Daft Punk, Dirty Diana (Live at Coachella), Eminem, Epos, Evidence feat Kobe, Give Life Back To Music, iPhone, iPhone 5, iPhone Post, It's About That Walk, iTunes, John Coltrane, Johnnie Taylor, Just Because, Kanye West, Key Yemaya Walker, Marshal Mathers, Mathematics feat Redman, Moby, Morning Traffic Jam Playlist, Mr. Cream, Mr. P.C., My Morning Jacket, Notorious, October, One, Outkast feat Killer Mike, Paracosm, Pearl Jam, Phantogram, Photography, Prince, Rampage, Sampha, Sirens, Slowness, Suff Daddy, Swedish House Mafia feat Pharrell, The Weeknd, The Whole World, Washed Out, What a Difference Your Love Makes, What The Fuck, What You Know, Zedd
Pearl Jam – “Sirens,” My Morning Jacket – “Circuital,” Calexico – “Slowness,” Phantogram – “Black Out Days,” Washed Out – “Paracosm,” Basement Jaxx – “What a Difference Your Love Makes,” Daft Punk – “Give Life Back To Music,” Broken Social Scene – “All to All,” Sampha – “Beneath The Tree,” Evidence feat Kobe – “All Said & Done,” Suff Daddy – “Cold Lampin,'” Rampage – “Ambush,” Moby – “A Long Time,” Aaliyah feat DMX – “Come Back in One Piece,” Mathematics feat Redman, Mr. Cream, & Eyes Lie – “Notorious,” Prince – “It’s About That Walk,” Outkast feat Killer Mike – “The Whole World,” Eminem – “Marshal Mathers,” The Weeknd -“Dirty Diana (Live at Coachella),” Kanye West – “Can’t Tell Me Nothing,” Cypress Hill – “What You Know,” Brand Nubian – “What The Fuck,” Swedish House Mafia feat Pharrell – “One,” John Coltrane – “Mr. P.C.,” Zedd – “Epos,” Johnnie Taylor – “Just Because,”
The manuscript Blue Lines is the fictional coming of age narrative of a young California woman Key Yemaya Walker, and her 2 year growing journey through school, love, and life period piece, written by Kenneth Suffern, Jr., taking place at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill between the years of 1997 – 1998. Loosely based on true events, and experiences during that time, told through the eyes and voice of the main female protagonist, a freshman first attending the school.