We had the opportunity to sit down with UK sensation, Liv Lovelle. Continue reading Liv Lovelle Talks Music, Her Career, and the Future
Next month marks ten years since the release of 808’s & Heartbreak. With so much of what’s going on with Kanye now, we often hear of a desire for the “Old Kanye”. With that said I feel it’s only right we speak on one of his most controversial albums. 808’s is still a very hit or miss project for many fans. Some people really enjoy … Continue reading Ten Years Later: 808’s & Heartbreak
Childish Gambino quietly owned summer with his “This is America” anthem and video, sparking conversation and controversy that resonated for the last few months. He carefully cultivated a perfect visual piece that worked so well with the audio, making it ripe for listening to over and over again. As we come to a close on summer he dropped another video to go with audio. Feels … Continue reading Childish Gambino Drops Feels Like Summer Video
There has always been a correlation between church and R&B music. For decades your most successful singing acts started in a Baptist choir. It was so cemented in the fabric of the genre that it felt like an assembly line. Church is often where people learned to sing passionately about the Lord. They were coached and nurtured to have big voices with tons of character. … Continue reading No Church in the Wild
So, as many of you well know I am heavily into music. What many of you may not know, I am the son of a musician, so I grew up in studios and music shaped my life at an early age. Whether it’s new or old, in a group setting or alone, being streamed or listening live, I love music. I think getting a chance … Continue reading MAXing Out?
For those that know of my past life, it’s common knowledge I am as musically inclined as I am dapper. Beyond my own musical abilities I always had a good ear for music, and friends that are artists have often enlisted my services when crafting their new work. I don’t know, music has always been a focal point of life for me. It’s power to … Continue reading Everyone Needs a HERO
For all my real N.E.RD. enthusiasts, the group really hasn’t gone anywhere. Pharrell has become a personality that 1) doesn’t age 2) is ubiquitous 3) has developed into one of the best features to have on a record. Pharrell is the friendly vampire that has invaded our headspace with “Happy” and the Daft Punk infused “Get Lucky”. Chad Hugo, although not a fan of the … Continue reading The Resurrection of N.E.R.D.
This year has been a wildly enjoyable and exciting year for me. I find myself often on the move making new memories, through both my work and personal life. These outings have varied from sports, to debuts, to exclusive experiences, and some behind the scenes content as well. Throughout all these ventures one thing has remained consistent. Each and every outing I attended featured an … Continue reading Crafting Singles
In our world of fashion, style, music and entertainment there are always those that we take queues from. We listen to a new record because of their suggestions or after hearing it as something they have in the ambiance while they speak to us. We jack style tips as we monitor their day to day and look for must have piece to complete our outfits. Through … Continue reading The Magnificent 7
Some of you really don’t realize how difficult it is to name these. I really like to keep it clever and slightly witty, and that’s not always easy. But Kid Cudi is back guys, and with impeccable timing if I must add. Over the past week he dropped his highly anticipated seventh project (I included WZRD) entitled Passion, Pain, and Demon Slayin’. And as desired, … Continue reading Great SCOTT!!