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02
Dec
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The Baylor Project presents ''More In Love"

If you follow Jean Baylor (formally of Zhane) and husband Marcus Baylor on SocialCam, then you already know the hilariousness that occurs with these two. The videos include Jean riding around looking for a bear in her neighborhood**, her joining Naughty By Nature on stage, and clips of Jean and Marcus performing with jazz legends. Don''t believe me, click here, BUT, only after reading the rest of this post.

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21
Nov
0

FREE DOWNLOAD:: Jermaine Hardsoul

Soulful. Fresh. Smooth. This EP encompasses all that and more. With features from Eric (Erro) Roberson, DJ Kemit and more, this album should be a delight to all neo-soul listeners.

Click HERE to download for FREE.

12
Nov
0

Nas produces hip hop documentary ''Shake The Dust

After watching the trailer, I can see why Nas decided to executive produce this documentary by journalist Adam Sjoberg. He is hip hop. Spanning across four countries, this film shares just how universal not only hip hop, but the art of break dancing is.

“What these kids are doing around the world reminds me why I fell in love with hip-hop and how important it is as a creative and constructive outlet,” Nas said in a statement. “After hearing Adam’s vision for this project and hearing the stories, I was incredibly excited to help bring the film to global audiences who need to hear this surprising message of empowerment.”

Check it out!

02
Oct
0

Concert Review:: The Shilohs at Natalie's Coal-Fired Pizza

Last night, as I’m watching four slightly rumpled guys from Vancouver, BC called the Shilohs, I found myself wondering, what exactly is a Shiloh?  I thought of ‘Til Shiloh, Buju Banton’s 1995 album which embodied a kind of spiritual awakening and move from dancehall to roots reggae for that currently incarcerated Jamacian bad bwoy and then I vaguely recalled a grade school reference to a US Civil War battle.  And wasn’t there a movie in the 80’s about a dog named Shiloh and a boy?  Then I tried to think about how listening to this band makes me feel and connecting these concepts became a bit of a stretch for a one-very-strong-Caipirinha-in Wednesday night.  So, I decided to just enjoy.

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30
Sep
0

New Ledisi song "I Blame You" celebrates good love


With her incredible and soulful voice, Ledisi sings about good love and good times. Instead of blaming someone for the wrong, she flips the script and thanks the special someone for the smiles and possibility of believing in love again.

"It''s about a relationship and you''re excited about the person making you excited about you, again. So, you''re blaming that person for bringing some light into your life. "I Blame You" gives you insight to the honesty and the sensuality to what is to come," Ledisi told Essence magzine.