Blu DeTiger: 5 Reasons You Should Stop Sleeping on Her

Blu DeTiger Slept On Sunday

At the moment, Blu DeTiger should be everyone’s favorite bassist. Though she is much more than just a bass player, its her 4 string that has played such an instrumental role (get it?) in developing her reputation. The New York City native has been playing the bass since 7 years old, but her past is […]

Paul Cabbin Sees Recent Success with G-Eazy and Chris Brown

Paul Cabbin Slept On Sunday

Maintaining Momentum California-born musician/producer Paul Cabbin fiercely closed out the 2010s with credits on some of hip-hop and R&Bs biggest names, and it’s looking like this decade will be no different. For example, In 2017 he had credits on Chris Brown’s “Heartbreak on a Full Moon”. Then in 2019 he helped produce 2 Chainz and […]

Nubya Garcia is Carrying the Torch to Push Jazz Forward

Nubya Garcia Slept On Sunday

Can You Be Successful AND Slept On? London-born jazz artist, composer and saxophonist Nubya Garcia presents an interesting debate. Can someone truly be slept on if they experience great success and recognition? I believe so, because they’re not always mutually exclusive. In all regards, Nubya Garcia has experienced incredible success these past few years. She’s […]

Ma Rainey: The Mother of Blues. Slept On Sunday

Ma Rainey: The Mother of Blues.

It’s not always about who does something first, but who does it the right way. Ma Rainey is a wonderful example of that. Contrary to what some may believe, she was not the first person to record a blues record. That achievement belongs to Mamie Smith. However, while Ma Rainey was among the first to […]

Sister Rosetta Tharpe The Godmother of Rock and Roll. Slept On Sunday.

Sister Rosetta Tharpe Slept On Sunday

History can be subjective. People usually believe what best fits their notions of the world around them, and the history of music is no different. Elvis Presley has been historically dubbed “The King Of Rock and Roll,” but that title is rather misleading. So the question then becomes, well who influenced “The King”? The answer […]

Slept On Sunday – Toronto Artist DijahSB Gets Nod from Kid Cudi.

Toronto based artist DijahSB is making more and more waves with each passing day. The pandemic may have been a bump in the road for some, but it does not seem to have hindered her progress one bit. In this month alone, Spotify placed her on a billboard deeming her one of their best new […]

Amorphous’s Remix of Rihanna and Luther Vandross Scores Big. Slept On Sunday

Amorphous Slept On Sunday

Sunshine (The Light) On November 26th, 2020 Amorphous posted his remix of Rihanna’s “Kiss It Better” and Luther Vandross’s “Never Too Much” to Twitter. Since then, it has absolutely blown up. On Twitter alone, the video has 108.1 thousand likes and 31.7 thousand retweets. But on an even bigger stage than that, the beat is […]

Oswin Benjamin Stays Busy During Pandemic. Slept On Sunday

The Come Up The New York-based rapper has stayed on his upward trajectory during the pandemic. Since as early as 2016 he’s been on the come-up, and these past few years have been no different. 2019 and 2020 were very exciting years for Oswin, which included an album release, a few very notable features, as […]

MF DOOM Was The Illest Villain. Slept On Sunday

MF DOOM Illest Villain

MF DOOM is not the first name that comes to mind when someone asks “what artists are slept on?”. But given his passing this past October, he out of anybody deserves a celebration. He was the epitome of what it meant to stray from convention. His unusual approach to artistry and song creation often kept […]