D-Rell – “The Nomad” (Album Review)

Harlem New York artist D-Rell releases a new album called “The Nomad” from 1st glance you see a very personally image of D-Rell and his family indicating this album will dive deep into who the artist truly is.  The album begins with an interview explaining how D-Rell manifested his conceptual brand and substance, This is what’s equivalent  to an origin story in hero movies. We follow along as D-Rell is being interviewed and answering the questions in songs. I have not seen this before other tha...
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Q&A With Underground Hip Hop Trio Sg603

Hey Sg603! You guys are a dope trio! So please tell us how long have you guys been making music together? Most importantly, how did you guys come up with the group name? We dropped our first song in 2016 but we were all writing music and freestyling far before then. Our group name started out as “Squad Gang 603” but after evolving spiritually and becoming more conscious of our soul mission in this realm, we changed the group name to “Spirit Gang 603”. We are a gang of brothers trying to lift th...
Tags: Jazz, Flatbush Zombies, Q&A Interviews, Sg603

#TrackoftheDay: “The Only Night”

Ian LoveUSA (2007) I don’t really know too much to say about Ian Love as I came across him as a solo artist. Only when trying to look up stuff for this was I unable to figure out if he was still performing solo or had switched over to becoming a composer for TV and film. There’s an Ian Love who does the latter, and I can’t make the connection–at least not in the time I give my obsessive self to research these things. Regardless. Enjoy. The album is available ...
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Taylor Swift Breaks Whitney Houston’s Record For Most Cumulative Weeks At #1 Among Women

Taylor Swift's Folklore is back at the #1 spot on the Billboard 200 this week, which means she has now spent the most cumulative weeks at #1 in the chart's history among women. Swift broke a record previously set by Whitney Houston in 1987. She now trails the Beatles (132 weeks), Elvis Presley … More »
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Watch Angel Olsen Cover “I’ll Be Seeing You,” Perform Take Away Show

Last month, Angel Olsen released Whole New Mess, her companion album to last year's All Mirrors, and she's been keeping busy during lockdown. Over on Instagram, she's gotten in the habit of performing some stripped-down covers of songs by artists like George Harrison, Roxy Music, and More »
Tags: Music, News, George Harrison, Angel Olsen, Angel Olsen Cover

Mariah Carey Reveals Her Secret Grunge Album From 1995

Mariah Carey is releasing her memoir, The Meaning Of Mariah Carey, this coming week. Today, she posted a new excerpt from it on Twitter in which she reveals that she made an alternative rock album at the same time she was recording her 1995 album Daydream. "Just for laughs, but it got me through some … More »
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Mariah Carey Reveals Involvement In ’90s Alternative Rock Band Chick

Mariah Carey is releasing her memoir, The Meaning Of Mariah Carey, this coming week. Today, she posted a new excerpt from it on Twitter in which she reveals that she made an alternative rock album at the same time she was recording her 1995 album Daydream. "Just for laughs, but it got me through some … More »
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A Central Park Playlist That Geo-Tags You And Plays The Right Music When You’re There

For those who never manage to create an iPhone playlist that delivers the right thing at the right time, Pulitzer Prize–winning composer Ellen Reid and the New York Philharmonic have created Soundwalk, a free app that plays music through your phone, programmed for each section of the park. A built-in GPS knows right where you are and how to give the setting an extra atmospheric layer, whether earthy or ethereal, which evolves with whatever way you turn. – WQXR
Tags: Art, Music, New York Philharmonic, Ellen Reid, 09.25.20

Dizzy Dustin – “Mama Say”

Dizzy decided to give all of you another FREE DOWNLOAD to show appreciation to all of his subscribers. Mama Say from the upcoming Dizzy Dustin album Where Do I Go From Here?. Like always, please feel free to share and have your friends and family subscribe to his official website Mama Say by Dizzy Dustin The post Dizzy Dustin - "Mama Say" first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Jazz, Singles, Dustin, Dizzy Dustin, Dizzy Dustin Mama Say

SUBSTANCE810 – “Lay Your King Down” Ft. Lupus Dei & DJ GRAZZHOPPA

Rising underground Hip Hop artist SUBSTANCE810 releases his new single titled “Lay Your King Down” featuring Lupus Dei & DJ GRAZZHOPPA.The post SUBSTANCE810 - “Lay Your King Down” Ft. Lupus Dei & DJ GRAZZHOPPA first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Jazz, Singles, Substance810

The Metropolitan Opera’s Big Gamble On The Season After This Non-Season

“The shuttering of performances as well as furloughs of performers and stagehands helped save the Met some money and stem losses, and a boosted digital presence in the form of nightly streams, virtual galas and pay-per-view recitals has attracted 30,000 new donors, allowing the company to end the fiscal year in July with a balanced budget.But with a season clear of performances ahead, the Met is now an organization reliant on donations. It’s disconcerting to say the least, to see the world’s la...
Tags: Art, Music, 09.25.20

How to do some easy but cool drum set stick tricks

Drummer Marco Minnemann shows how to add a little showmanship and flair behind the set with these stick tricks. That channel has some wonderful performances of popular songs with the song dialed way down to hear the live percussionist, like this amazingly tight performance of "Smooth Criminal" by Jonathan "Sugarfoot" Moffett. — Read the rest
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3 Great and Helpful Ways to Develop Confidence As A Man

If you would like to develop a lot more confidence, but you are not entirely sure how you might go about doing that, you are not alone. Many men are struggling these days with being fully confident, and it is something that a lot of people are wondering how to turn around. As it happens, it is always going to be possible to develop your confidence in some way or another, but that does not mean that it will always be easy. However, as long as you take on board the following ideas, you should be a...
Tags: Jazz, Guy Stuff, Develop Confidence, Develop Confidence as a Man, Helpful Ways

Sega 60th Anniversary Concert Will Feature All the Classic Games

Developer and publisher Sega has announced a special video game-themed concert featuring their most popular franchises for their official 60th anniversary. Counting down the time to the concert, Sega is slowly revealing bits and pieces of the promotional image for the concert, featuring most if not all of Sega’s gaming franchises over the years: The […]
Tags: Games, Music, Events, Anniversaries, Anime, Announcements, Sega

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