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Long Strange Trip is the kind of memorial that the Grateful Dead deserve
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With chart-topping single “Rock-a-Bye,” Grammy-winning Clean Bandit praised single mothers around the globe. Now the wrenching
It may sound a bit corny, but JamRock seems to embody the feeling of reggae in a trip. The vibe of the music carries through
Spending its third year at this location, Symbiosis Gathering threw their last hoorah at Woodward Reservoir, and what a hoorah
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Last week, this guy didn’t realize he was singing for the reggae star. Now he’ll be sharing a stage with him.
I recently had the chance to attend the Northside Festival in Brooklyn. There were talks about technology and content during the day and events at night. I attended a block party in Mccarren Park where hip-hop legend Grand Master Flash was the headlining act. Although I was super excited to witness one of the founding members of hip-hop in action, I was also very interested to check out his opening acts: Radamiz, I.O.D and Kweku Collins.
Assassin a.k.a Agent Sasco, Who Has Hit Collabs With Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar Drops His Outstanding-First Solo Album After 10 Years!
MM: In regards to there's no right or wrong. Why do you feel the timing of your first solo album taking place 10 years later
You know the saying, a picture is worth a thousand words, which is exactly why you're invited to glide through what you missed, or relive what you might have experienced in NYC when on the brink of summer, Central Park's Summer stage kicked off with two British ensembles.
As far as Omari's advice for future artists, "Work hard and be independent by learning to play instruments because it opens