Monthly Archives: September 2018

Media Questions Of The Week

How will Bill Cosby’s prison sentence affect the legacy of The Cosby Show?

Will Spotify’s option to allow artists to directly upload their music to the site be a better option for unknown artists than Soundcloud because they are a bigger brand name?




Nile Rodgers & Chic: It’s About Time Album Stream

Nile Rodgers and Chic saw the release of It’s About Time today after a 26-year hiatus. Elton John, Craig David and Lady Gaga are among the artists making guest appearances on the album. Lady Gaga covered “I Want Your Love” for Tom Ford’s 2016 Spring/Summer fashion show and it is now available on Chic’s new album. Original members Bernard Edwards and Tony Thompson have passed since Chic’s 1992 album Chic-ism. Rodgers, who is behind some of the biggest songs of the past 40 years as a member of Chic and as a producer and writer for Diana Ross, Madonna and others re-entered the mainstream in 2013 with Daft Punk and Pharrell on the hit song “Get Lucky.” It’s About Time stays true to the Chic sound without sounding like a period piece. The band will go on tour in December. 


Amerigo Gazaway Presents Nina Simone & Lauryn Hill: The Miseducation Of Eunice Waymon

Amerigo Gazaway commemorates the 20th anniversary of Lauryn Hill’s debut album by imagining a recording session between Hill and Nina Simone. The Miseducation Of Eunice Waymon is almost a flashback to Hill’s performance of Simone’s music earlier this year at the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame’s induction ceremony. Gazaway offers a preview of the project with his treatment of Simone’s “Feeling Good.” Watch the video teaser and stream “Feeling Good” which can be downloaded. The Miseducation Of Eunice Waymon will be available November 9th.


Liam Bailey Returns With Brother, Why You Gotta Love Her (Audio)


Liam Bailey returns with his new single, “Brother, Why You Gotta Love Her” after coming off Paloma Faith’s Architect Tour. Bailey worked with longtime collaborator Maverick Sabre on his new single that came from a recently ended personal relationship. The English singer stated in a press release: 

I was inspired to write the song after getting out of a long and painful situation that I was in with someone. We loved something other than ourselves and it led to a toxic place. I didn’t mean to write the song, I just let things go in the studio and see what happened. I have known and worked with Maverick Sabre for years, and it was a blessing to work with him on this record.”

It was eight years ago when Bailey emerged as an artist on Amy Winehouse’s Lioness Records. Their connection was responsible for the release of Bailey’s first two EPs. “Brother, Why You Gotta Love Her” is from Bailey’s fourth EP coming out November 9th and it follows his 2014 debut album, Definitely Now




GoldLink: Got Friends Feat. Miguel Official Video

GoldLink and Miguel made a fun video for “Got Friends” with an unusual twist to the storyline. The night starts in a diner with pretty women at the center of the plot and things end on a strange supernatural note. GoldLink released his debut album, At What Cost last year. He is on tour until the end of the year.