Daily Archives: October 5, 2017

Kelela: Take Me Apart Album Stream

Kelela’s Take Me Apart is here two years after her 2015 Hallucinogen EP. The Washington D.C. native worked with a variety of producers but wrote each song with collaborators. Her singular R&B is very much a composite of her R&B, jazz and alternative influences. She will start her tour of the United States and Europe later this month. Stream Take Me Apart below.

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Madame Noire Kicks Off Season 4 Of She’s The Boss With Janice Bryant Howroyd And Phylicia Fant

Madame Noire’s She’s The Boss is returning for season 4 with Phylicia Fant and Janice Bryant Howroyd. In the new episode, Fant, who is the VP of Publicity & Life at Warner Bros Records, talks about the lack of diversity on the executive level in the industry. She also discusses how success is not an overnight phenomenon. Janice Bryant Howroyd is the founder and CEO of the ACT-1 Group, the largest privately held, woman-owned, workforce solutions company in the United States. Howroyd shares the rigors of running multi-billion dollar organization and her future plans. The episodes are available now at the Madame Noire site.

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Young RJ Releases Lyric Video For Motion Featuring Joyner Lucas & Statik Selektah

Young RJ’s lyric video for “Motion” featuring Joyner Lucas and Statik Selektah is a dark haze of concert footage and words. The Slum Village member is just days from the release of his debut solo album Blaq Royalty. October 10th is the official day of availability and you can pre-order it now.

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LL Cool J, Nina Simone, The Meters & Rufus Featuring Chaka Khan Are 2018 Nominee For The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame

The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame announced the 2018 nominees today. LL Cool J, Chaka Khan Featuring Rufus, The Meters, Nina Simone, Sister Rosetta Tharpe and Eurythmics are among the 19 voting choices. Music industry professionals and artists will cast their vote and the five nominees with the most support become the new inductees. Fans can also vote for their picks out of the nominees here. The five most popular vote-getters chosen by the public form one ballot and they are taken into consideration with the same amount of importance as the other submitted ballots.

 

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