Bronx, NY native and recording artist Quincy Valentine has released his debut EP entitled "Valentine's Day" on the Explore Music Group Label. The project contains five (5) selections, including Quincy's most recent release, "DayDreams," featuring Shamyra. The new EP is NOW AVAILABLE on all streaming and downloading platforms. Start with the following link: VALENTINE'S DAY Musician. Engineer. Producer. Songwriter. Artist. Quincy Valentine has a vast range of talent and versati
Chicago native, Recording artist, and songstress, HI LOVE (formally Kamilah Sumner), just launched her new EP, "Cold Wind." Now available at all downloading and streaming platforms. Hi Love's sound takes artistic inspiration from the trials and tribulations of 2020, 'Cold Wind' challenges us to incite an uncompromising love attitude towards our world's realities. The six selection project brings Soul, R&B, and hip-hop with brilliant melodies and an intricate fusion of memorab
Amythyst Kiah -- who Rolling Stone calls “one of Americana’s great up-and-coming secrets” -- will release a radically reimagined version of “Black Myself,” the GRAMMY-nominated song she originally recorded in 2019 with Our Native Daughters (the group includes Amythyst, Rhiannon Giddens, Leyla McCalla and Allison Russell). Produced by Tony Berg (Phoebe Bridgers, Amos Lee, Andrew Bird) and recorded at LA’s legendary Sound City Studios, this new version departs from the
PAPER has premiered the gripping new song and music video for “To be me” (Svikiro Records/ Young Forever/BMG) by Zimbabwean-American artist/activist Shungudzo. In the grainy, hand-held video shot by G.Smith and directed, edited and produced by G.Smith and Shungudzo, Shun walks a dark alley, where she is flanked and then pawed by two men, singing: I wanna walk Through an alley at night Without making a knife with a key Like oh my god It’s safe To be me Watch “To be me” via PAP
Talks 2020 Activism And Collaborating With Stevie Wonder On Colbert Today, Common shares a new music video for his “characteristically complex and compelling” (Rolling Stone) single “Say Peace (Feat. Black Thought and PJ)”. The video follows a young Black man in isolation as he reflects, celebrates, and self-flagellates — it’s a clip about searching for what drives you as you meet the world. Opening with a powerful statement of being, the video’s father figure exclaims, “Son.