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March 18, 2015 / Posted by:

Rozalla!

Rozalla deserves to be HSOTD for the simple fact that in the 90s her eyebrow situation was made up of several layers of thick YES. If bangs could talk, her bangs would be screaming, “Streeetch, we’re almost there,” as they nearly split themselves from trying to touch the greatness that is her brows. But Rozalla is HSOTD because she sang the feel good anthem of 1991 “Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good).”

I try to go to yoga at least once a week, but when Friday night rolls around and I ask myself, “Would I rather sweat my ass lips off while trying to hold in a fart in a room full of strangers wearing lululime (aka knock-off lululemon) or would I rather eat an entire box of Thin Mints while watching Shark Tank,” I suddenly come down with a sickness that can only be cured if I eat a box of Thin Mints while watching Shark Tank. But a few Fridays ago, I was actually happy that I dragged my lazy skinny fat carcass to yoga class, because during “the core sequence” (yes, it’s as awful as it sounds), the teacher played “Everybody’s Free (To Feel Good).” My yoga teacher isn’t only a master at yoga, she’s a master at curating musical masterpieces too. But “Everybody’s Free” is a weird song to play during yoga. I mean, Rozalla is telling you that she knows you’re in pain and you’re free to feel good, so you should feel good. ┬áIf I took Rozalla’s words of wisdom seriously, I’d drop whatever yoga pose I was doing, walk out of class and go to In-N-Out to feel my insides with some real feel-good shit.

“Everybody’s Free” was Rozalla’s biggest hit. She recorded it shortly after moving to London from Zambia to focus on music. It was a worldwide hit. Her album “Everybody’s Free” was also a hit in the UK. In 1992, she toured in Europe with Michael Jackson as his opening act. Rozalla is still churning out dance songs in the UK. But “Everybody’s Free” still remains the crown jewel of her career. Everybody’s free to feel good, so feel good as the 90s glamour in this video takes you higher.

You know you’re watching a good music video when you ask yourself while watching it, “Is this a real music video or is this Maya Rudolph doing a skit on SNL?

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