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Interview: Anthony R.

Turning to El Caribe por un minuto, infectiously addictive “Poquitos Besos” from rising artist Anthony R. caught my ears’ attention. Getting acquainted with the entertainment spotlight via his famous model madre Ivette Cintron and his Merengue superstar 100 million album-selling padre Toño Rosario, Anthony is now ready to step out on his own. He’s poised […]

Interview: Chi City

On the hunt yet again for new music (yes, Miley, I “can’t stop, won’t stop”), I thankfully found “Ordinary Girl” by rising artist South side Chicago repping Chi City. The more I read about him, the more I liked. Getting his start at 16 years old, he started a company and has assisted other artists- […]

Interview: Kae Sun

The weather may be getting colder as we move into fall, but one way for things to perpetually stay warm in your heart is to experience the hot rhythms of KAE SUN. The personable Ghanaian-Canadian singer-songwriter made his sophomore album Afriyie available earlier this year (pronounced AFREE-YAY), and is celebrating its release on Thursday, October […]

Words In Song Are Helpful But Not Every Thing

Lyrics are a key component of a  song. At least they always seemed that way back in the days when vinyl was king. It was cool to get an album with a lyric sheet and follow along while listening. It made the experience of listening to an album for the first time that much better. But […]

Interview: Prozak

Blurring rock, horrorcore, poetry and rap lines for the past 10 years obviously comes easy to the Hitchcock of Hip-Hop, Prozak. Repping indie label Strange Music and Saginaw, Michigan, his trajectory into the entertainment industry, originally assisting in promoting Tech N9ne, which resulted in he getting signed as well, has been an unusual one. Tackling […]

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