7 Songs You Didn’t Know Were Written By Black Artists

Art has no race, no color, and it cannot be contained. Nevertheless, many seem to associate certain races with certain genres. For example, when some people think of Country artists they may assume they are white. Furthermore, when some people think of Hip Hop or R&B, many will associate that genre with Black artists. However, […]

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inc mo Keeps It Real on ‘Curse’

New York based artist, inc mo, drops his first release of the year with “Curse”. The funky bop was born from a toxic relationship. As inc mo puts it, “Curse is about a past relationship of mine. She was extremely toxic, but I stayed with her out of loneliness. I felt like I was constantly […]

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Clubhouse & the Music Industry: The Art of Networking

If you haven’t been living under a rock, you have probably already heard about the relatively new explosive app, Clubhouse. Launched in early March of 2020, the exclusive audio chat app is a hit with many professionals and amateurs in an abundance of industries, but especially in the music industry. The Origin of Clubhouse Paul […]

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3 Black Men Created House Music

3 black gay men created house music. Larry Levan, Frankie Knuckles, and Ron Hardy pioneered the house music genre in Chicago and New York City. They laid the foundations for modern DJing, sampling, remixes, and EDM/Dance music. History shows us that when people of color have created anything, even outside of music, the credit seems […]

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Albums We’re Looking Forward to in 2021

A new year means new albums. Given the impact 2020 had on the music industry, it’s an exciting time, because a lot of the albums we’ve been looking forward to could drop this year. Rihanna Rihanna’s long-awaited album R9 has been in the works for so long that it’s now infamous. The singer loves to […]

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