Daily Archives: September 6, 2016

Miguel Rates The Word Moist And More

Miguel sat down for Pitchfork’s Over/Under series and he rates the word moist, talks about his love of ponchos and his feelings about using other people’s bathrooms. Miguel’s Sia: Nostalgic For The Present Tour will kick off in Seattle on September 29th.


Locksmith-Grime Official Video

Locksmith takes to the streets of New York in his video for the Kato-produced “Grime” and spends some time rapping on the Brooklyn Bridge. His relentless verses about shallow people will be on his Olive Branch album that’s coming out soon.


Meshell Ndegeocello Talks About Scoring Ava DuVernay’s Queen Sugar


Meshell Ndegeocello talks to Billboard about scoring Ava DuVernay’s Queen Sugar and looking back at her musical past. DuVernay describes Ndegeocello as “the soundtrack to her life” and having her score Queen Sugar was made possible because Jason Moran introduced the two of them. Ndegeocello’s last time scoring for television was George Wolfe’s  2005 Lackawanna Blues for HBO.  The bass player/songwriter also  talks about her well-known aversion to performing her old music on tour. Read the full interview at Billboard.


Kanye West-Fade Official Video

Kanye West’s official video for “Fade” debuted on Tidal during this year’s VMA’s and went viral because of Teyana Taylor’s fit physique. Taylor does her own version of Jennifer Beals’s Flashdance routine to the Barbara Tucker and Mr. Fingers-laced “Fade.” The video ends with Taylor and her partner Iman Shumpert looking into the camera.