Daily Archives: May 15, 2014

Ida Divine-IG My Shoe Game

Ida Divine is a Staten Island native with a serious shoe fetish that she proudly models in her video for the Herb Middleteon produced “IG My Shoe Game.” You can share a photo of your new shoes with the indie boho singer, who plays with her Garvey Collective band via her Instagram with hashtag ‪#‎igmyshoegame.‬


Bambu-Welcome To The Party

Bambu is celebrating the working class struggle with his new project, Party Worker. “Welcome To The Party” is the first single from the album and the video was shot on a busy street in Manila. His Kickstarter campaign for the album is still open and has already met half of its goal.


Yaves-One Wish (Official Video)

Yaves’s “One Wish” shares a story familiar to many upcoming emcees of having to balance a day job with dream fulfillment.


New Spanish Music Artist Grace Rodson has “Samba in her Bones”


London, England – Like a simmering plate of succulent seafood paella, Spain native Grace Rodson is serving a mouth watering concoction of Latin flavors with her debut release “Samba in My Bones” from Global Media Group and JFM Records. Skillfully stirring the flavors of flamenco, Latin, funk, Celtic and yes, samba in her delectable pot seasoned with a pop music base, Rodson sizzles as an engaging new international artist with an enchanting look and sound.

“Samba in her Bones” is a tantalizing dish of nine original recipes for dance, straight from Rodson’s heart. Performed with the intention to incite uninhibited movement, Rodson’s luscious vocals carry the listener into a realm of whirling, syncopated rhythms. While the title track sways with Brazilian heat and intensity, moving sonic beats through the air, “Way of Life” is an uptempo concoction that sprinkles in a dash of fervent hip hop flow from UK rapper T. Smith. Rodson sweetens the offering with “It Will Rain,” a seductive and sensual serenade that pulses, sways and swings with compassion.”Everything,” another entree on the menu, is a beautiful ballad that renders strength and hope.

GraceRodson2A native of Galicia, Spain, currently living in London, Grace Rodson is a product of the music she was surrounded by as a child. “Galicia is a land of migrants. I grew up listening to salsa, cumbia, merengue and bachata.” Expresses Grace, “My great-grandparents lived in Cuba and Texas, my aunties in Venezuela and Brazil, my grandparents, mother and uncle in Argentina. So I am a wonderful smorgasbord of Latin sound, dance and rhythm. ‘Samba in My Bones’ is a celebration of the diversity in the varied cultures around me with movement being the common denominator. Music and dance are the essence of my expression. For me this project is a journey of my love stories and music is my ultimate love!”

Grace Rodson was the winner of the GSD Latin Music Awards 2011 in the categories of Best Album, Best Female Singer and Best Song. She tours and performs throughout Europe and is a singer and bandleader for Yes!!! Brazil Show, a Latin-Brazilian group. She is also the bandleader for “The Godfather of Salsa in the United King, Roberto Pla and his
Latin Ensemble, who are known as the best salsa band in Europe.

Grace Rodson may have ‘samba in her bones’ but after grooving to her debut project, music lovers will have Grace Rodson in their hearts. The project is available on iTunes at

Dance with Grace at http://www.GraceRodson.com .

Way of Life – Grace Rodson (aka Graciela)