9 thoughts on “ The Glamorous Life ”

  1. Her thug love not only corrupted her but blinded her with the bling and cash that come with living the glamorous life of a gangsta's girl-until Reggie hit her with a low blow, crumbling her heart. From that day forward, The lure of Richmond, VA's streets is too strong for Bambi, a good girl from the right side of the tracks, who fell in love with, Reggie, a young hustler/5.
  2. Bambi Ferguson has lived a sheltered life. When she finds herself in one of Richmond, Virginia's inner-city neighborhoods, she meets the man of her dreams and falls for the dope dealer, Reggie. Two years later, on the night of their engagement party, Bambi discovers a troubling secret about Reggie and /5().
  3. rows · Watch the video for The Glamorous Life from Sheila E.'s The Glamorous Life for free, .
  4. About “The Glamorous Life” (Unreviewed) Describes Desiree’s “glamorous life”- ‘half-empty houses’, and things show her career is not quite as glamorous as she and her daughter.
  5. From Prince Vault: The Glamorous Life is the sixth and final track on Sheila E.’s first album The Glamorous Life, and, four weeks before the album’s release, The Glamorous Life .
  6. Apr 29,  · "The Glamorous Life" was originally intended to be recorded by the short-lived replacement act for Vanity 6, girl group Apollonia 6. Prince allegedly had sev.
  7. The Glamorous Lie () 1h 35min | Documentary, Biography, Drama A documentary on the life of YaVaughnie Wilkins, including her early life and eight and a half year relationship--and subsequent breakup--with high profile executive Charles E. Phillips, Jr See full summary»/10(2).
  8. "The Glamorous Life"!!--the rest, as they say, was history! The title track is a tour de force in both Minneapolis and 80's funk! This joint used to set the club off back in summer/fall of along with another Prince/Sheila E. collab which I wish could've been on this album called/5(72).
  9. "The Glamorous Life" was intended for the album Apollonia 6, but Prince redistributed it (along with " Manic Monday," which went to The Bangles), as he lost interest in Apollonia 6. The group was originally Vanity 6, fronted by the Prince protégé Vanity (Denise Matthews).

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