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Billy Squier 1982 Press Photo

Billy Squier’s “The Big Beat” is the first song from his 1980 debut album The Tale of the Tape. Squier introduced himself with bold vocals indebted to the transatlantic travels of blues and soul that produced some of his faves like John Mayall and The Beatles. The smoking country guitarContinue Reading

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President Obama Hosts Stevie Wonder 2/25/09

      Is Stevie Wonder right about the Drake and Kendrick Lamar beef being a distraction from real-world issues like homelessness?  Related posts: Drake Freestyles With Stevie Wonder Kendrick Lamar-Poetic Justice Feat. Drake Media Questions Of The Week Media Questions Of The WeekContinue Reading

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Kendrick Lamar by Kenny Sun

Did Kendrick Lamar “Ether” Drake with his “Euphoria” and “6:16” diss tracks?    Is SZA’s music classified as R&B because she is Black?   Will Detroit be the only city to cancel Brian McKnight’s shows because of his comments about his children? Related posts: Kickmag’s 2012 Picks Kendrick Lamar-Poetic JusticeContinue Reading

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Slum Village Credit: Frankie Fultz

Slum Village release F.U.N., their first album in almost a decade. T3 and Young RJ wave their SV flag hard on the album with guest appearances from The Dramatics, Larry June, Cordae, Robert Glasper, Abstract Orchestra, and more. The duo says that the starting point and inspiration for the albumContinue Reading

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