It worked for Common Sense. Now he's making movies with Queen Latifah.
this article is an abomination that implies that the locals in south downtown are not human. i am shocked that no comments have pointed this out or asked the authors or publication to address this incredibly bizarre and senseless assumption that downtown is or was ever not populated.
Collipark is a good dude...he didn't know me at all when I walked up to him. But he still took the time out to listen to my artist at the time. Not only that....he call me and one of my artist back to do a track with soula boy. He's a real brother.
Google Showmen’s Rest, there are some amazing images of the wreck and the mass grave and cemetery. Bucket list place to visit some day.
She is smiling but this is obviously a stockholm syndrome situation. Has anyone checked the sex offender registry or called 911?
I love Silver Apples! What a story.
Great photo of the Diet Cigs above. Props to the photog and the artists.
I thought the dancers at 688 were from 'Section 88'... I won tix from 88.5, scored the album Combat Rock and a photo book on the band (which several of them signed) and was way lucky to get Ray, their road manager, to get us into the Fox the next night!
might be time for a name change.
I can't wait to hear what Tweet has in store for us with this album.
Album is pure fire..... Love it
Being a native NY'kr my self, I also made the move to atl in 06. I planned a surprise birthday dinner at Flambeau and was so delighted to have Red Alert take me back to the days of my youth in NYC. We had a great time, and because of him, me an the rest of my ny crew will always remember the time we had there. Ill never forget when I asked him to play a request "Love is the Message" which he declined and said he was not taking request, but he did go and play the song and shouted us out on the radio for his puerto roc crew from brooklyn Love you Uncle Red!!!!
Sweet Melissa Records opens at 8am. http://www.recordstoreday.com/Venue/6238
Wow! What a great read!
Havn't even thought about Zakir Hussain in years, or Terry Riley, either. I think Hussain is about the last guy I would ever guess would be bringing up Riley and Glass.
Check out THE DIGA RHYTHM BAND album for incredible tabla. And don't miss Terry Riley's A RAINBOW IN CURVED AIR when you're dosed.
"It's kind of hard to write and record because our drummer lives in Brooklyn," Brannon says.
LOL, a band after my own heart.
Also, apparently drinking coffee is very hardcore.
Favourite music band. Can't miss a possibility to visit their concert! Would anyone join me in Denver http://www.underoathconcerttickets.com/underoath-april-03-2016-in-denver-co/ ?
Hi sosodef recording label, im a young rapper and ive been watching the rap game that jermaine dupri had started doing for the you rappers out there.but im wondering if you know any recording booths or a studio where i can start my carrer and i can do something with my life.if youdo know any can you PLEASE contact me back on my gmail at firstname.lastname@example.org.....PLEASE contact me back.!
Great article keep up the awesome work...when you know better you do better!
Funny those are my favorites, too!
Gyrate is one of the best pieces of wax to come out of Normaltown.
When James Brown decided to turn the tables on the zillions who sampled his work, he chose David Bowie's Fame.
A giant always recognizes another giant.
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