They played an excellent show the other night, but I don't think the venue or the crowd did them very much justice.
@IfeellikeFabo You, sir, are a true cultural ambassador. I'll admit, though, my boyfriend and I would sometimes sing "I feel like seafood" or "I feel like steak roll" instead. Maybe your cousin can relate more to such interpretations?
My cousin came down from Seattle turned on the radio and this came on, I had to explain to him who Fabo was and what he was saying....Seattle + Atlanta = Culture Shock
Nice voice, too bad her lyrics are god awful. "Burn" could have been written by my 8 year old nice.
I'd do 'er.
Wow I went to school with Tracy!!! Congrats Boy!
Is Kang in every hipster douche band in east atl?? It sure seems so.....KANG!!!!!!!!!!!
Still one of my favorite songs around - Already Home
i honestly love August Alsina for all of his music, he encourages me everyday and a lot of his music relates to many people's every day lives including my own. Listening to his music provides hope for many people while also learning his story. He is truly a ROLE MODEL. i love his style, music, personality and voice. I have been listening to his music since his Lyfe Jenning's covers and remixes to other artists that he's done.
Hahaha @ YEP
Honesetly - eeerie pop is good but not this stuff. Execution is lacking in all facets of the game but hey they got a big tour going on so props for that.
If anyone ever got a chance to hear ATL's Soft Powers from a couple years back - they had a much craftier, wittier, clever, cleaner production style for eerie pop. Keep at it ladies - make sure to entertain the audience and not your egos.
Take notes Chad - The JR is schoolin ya!
Never heard of them before....must be some of chad's new "friends'.
Sweet Melissa Records on the Marietta square.. definitely worth checking out
I did the same thing at Big Oomp's Record Store, they sell mix CD, no "records".
I realize this post is from 2010, but based on this info I went to DBS (2013) and they guy laughed when I asked where the records were.. he said we haven't sold records in many years.
What's cool about August is that he's not an R&B thug, nor tries to be, he's incredibly humble and just let's his music speak for itself. I'm excited for 'Testimony'.
That was a good read J man.
Hey Lou - in addition to Bill's suggestion, it might be worth trying to contact the fraternity chapter at Emory whom Dennis was a member. Were you in the frat too? I'd love to see more of those photos, and maybe use them somehow on my Georgia Soul web page.
Hung out with him at the earl one night. Had a blast. He was amazing.
that was a nice write up! RIP
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