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Black Music Month Playlist: You Better Work

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Black Music Month Playlist: You Better Work

"Work It Out" by Keyshia Cole

No matter what you do from nine to five, we all need music to get through the day. Work is defined as an activity in which strength, skills or facilities are used to perform a task. This can relate to what you do for a living, how you balance your occupation and family life, or the emotional skills needed to deal with life’s everyday challenges. Here is some inspiration for your work day.
“Work It Out” Keyshia Cole - Just Like You

"This Woman's Work" by Maxwell

“This Woman’s Work” Maxwell - Now - This Woman's Work

"Work Song" by Nina Simone

“Work Song” Nina Simone - Verve Remixed

"Work In Progress" by Mary J. Blige

“Work In Progress” Mary J. Blige - The Breakthrough

"Working Day And Night" by Michael Jackson

“Working Day And Night” The Gloved King Of Pop - Instrumental Hits Of Michael Jackson - Working Day And Night (as made famous by Michael Jackson)

"Work" by Ciara featuring Missy Elliott

“Work” Ciara - Fantasy Ride (Deluxe Version)

"Work" by Kelly Rowland

“Work” Kelly Rowland - Ms. Kelly

"Make It Work" by Ne-Yo

“Make It Work” Ne-Yo - Because of You

"Work" by Bob Marley

“Work” Bob Marley - Uprising - Work

"If It's Going To Work" by K-Ci and JoJo

“If It’s Going To Work” JoJo & K-Ci - X - If It's Going to Work

"It's Going To Work Out Fine" by Ike and Tina Turner

“It’s Going To Work Out Fine” Ike & Tina Turner - Proud Mary - The Best of Ike & Tina Turner - It's Gonna Work Out Fine

"Work" by Gang Starr

“Work” Gang Starr - Moment of Truth

"Work It" by Missy Elliott

“Work It” Missy Elliott - Under Construction

"Gotta Work" by Amerie

“Gotta Work” Amerie - Gotta Work - Single

"Work That" by Mary J. Blige

“Work That” Mary J. Blige - The Breakthrough

"Let's Work" by Prince

“Let’s Work” Prince - The Very Best of Prince

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