When the DMV’s Dockko wrote “Chocolate Baby” he wanted to celebrate the beauty, melanin, and DNA, of Black women. Director Chris Porter, had a concept that included a pregnant woman and more. Some say art and others think it objectifies black women. What say you? Dockko is a self-taught classical
Award-winning singer, songwriter and producer Villette is back with a bang on her new single ‘Curious’ – the first track from her upcoming EP. The single immediately grabs you with a brisk beat and chorusy guitars straight out of a Mac Demarco track. The song develops into an upbeat R’n’B
NITRO R signed with Maryland based record label Dogface Records, becoming the newest artist to join the “Dog Pound”. Their plan is to start recording in studio the second half of the year. The single “Nitro V2” is being previewed on NITRO R’s website: https://dogfacemusic.com/nitror/ DogFace Records a/k/a The Artist’s
We love building website and social media solutions for musicians! Mostly because you can work for them while listening to their music. There’s something unique about the creative process being linked to music, specially if that music is your client’s. Imagine having their songs as your “Client’s Briefing”. Being immersed
I don’t know when I first heard Little Richard, but I do know when I first loved Little Richard: 1987. Predator. Richard Wayne Penniman was 87. He’ll always be remembered for “Tutti Frutti”, “Long Tall Sally”, and “Good Golly Miss Molly”. His piano work was astounding and his voice unmistakable.
New Orleans jazz pianist and educator Ellis Marsalis has died at the age of 85. The legendary musical patriarch had been hospitalized with COVID-19 symptoms and was awaiting coronavirus test results. Born and raised in New Orleans, Marsalis began playing saxophone before switching to piano during high school. Throughout the
Sinéad O’Connor maintains her proudest day is the one in 1992 when she tore up the pope’s photo on Saturday Night Live. Some suggest she’s been struggling ever since, but it seems the problems started much earlier, with an abusive childhood at the hands of a deeply religious mother. Nearly
Sonny Rollins is, by any reasonable estimation, a genius. He is jazz’s greatest living improviser, able to imbue his solos with wry humor, surprise, brilliant logical form and profound emotion. Time and time again, he created something miraculous out of thin air, and he did it until he could do