Daily Archives: January 16, 2018

Prince: Live On The Big Screen

The Prince estate has announced a concert event of the late musician onscreen with a super-band of his lifelong collaborators. PRINCE: Live On The Big Screen will feature never-seen audio and video of Prince. It will take place on April 21st which will be the second anniversary of his passing. The show is part of Celebration 2018, a series of events meant to honor Prince all year long. Tickets go on sale January 20th. So far there is no word on the event being available to fans not able to attend via streaming or a video release of the concert at a later date.


Listen To Jimi Hendrix Cover Muddy Waters’ Mannish Boy

In April of 1969 Jimi Hendrix recorded a cover of Muddy Waters’ “Mannish Boy” at The Record Plant studios in New York with Buddy Miles and Billy Cox. The recording happened before they became the Band Of Gypsies.

“Mannish Boy” will be on Both Sides Of The Sky, a collection of unheard recordings Hendrix created between 1968 and 1970. There are collaborations with Johnny Winter, Lonnie Youngblood and Stephen Stills.

Both Sides Of The Sky will be released March 9th.


Black Milk Releasing New Album Fever

Black Milk is releasing Fever, the follow-up to 2014’s If There’s A Hell Below. He posted this video of him and his band working in the studio and the album is finished. There is no specific date for the release but it will be sometime in 2018.


Rapsody Interviewed By Larry King

Rapsody sat down with Larry King for an interview and she talks about Kendrick Lamar’s effect on her career and being the only woman rapper Grammy- nominated Best Rap Album this year.


Tuxedo: Fux With The Tux Official Video

Tuxedo presents their video for “Fux With The Tux” and it’s a choreographed piece with dancers given their cue from the duo in a warehouse. Mayor Hawthorne and Jake One appear briefly in their shiny tuxedos before telling the dancers to take over with their routine. Tuxedo II was released last year and it is a continuation of their love for ’80s’ R&B, disco, P-Funk and G-Funk.