Over the weekend, veteran recording artist Mikey General announced that he will be doing an official launch for his latest album, “We The People.” Though the project was released in mid August, he was not able to properly introduce it because of protocols related to the corona virus pandemic.
After much deliberation, he and his team have concluded that they should do something online, with support from his full band, Soultouch. The exact date and time will be made public shortly.
By now all Kelly Rowland fans should know that she is working on a new album, which does not yet have an official release date or title. However, what we do have is the second single from that upcoming project.
The song is called “Crazy” and it’s a banging dance track that was published on October 14th. Click here to listen and download “Crazy” from your preferred music platform.
On September 4th, Shawn Dan Production released a controversial single titled “Nuh Trust Babylon,” which is performed by reggae star Lutan Fyah. Last week the visuals were shared via Lutan‘s vevo channel and though it is done in a cartoon format, it’s effective in getting the message across.
Click here to listen and download “Nuh Trust Babylon” from iTunes and here to check out the video.
It is always a treat whenever we get anything new from I Wayne. On Friday he uploaded the brand new video for his song, “So Call Friends,” featured on the now trending rhythm driven project, “G & Mel Riddim.”
The visuals, which were created by Nadia Rose, tells the story of untrustworthy and disloyal people, aka “So Call Friends.” Click here or on the image above to watch it and remember to like, comment and share.
Stevie Wonder is back! The pop icon has been through a lot over the past couple of years. It all started last summer when concertgoers received the shocking news that he would be taking a break from touring to undergo a kidney transplant in September. After a successful surgery, Stevie left the hospital in December and has since been recuperating at home. That is until recently when he official returned to work.
Getting back to work included leaving Motown Records, the label he has been with for approximately six decades; setting up his own label: So What the Fuss Music, with distribution through Universal Music Group’s Republic Records and finally, releasing two new songs: “Can’t Put It In the Hands of Fate” (which features Busta Rhymes, Rapsody, Cordae and Chika) and “Where Is Our Love Song” (which features Grammy-winning guitarist Gary Clark Jr.).
Yishka is a recording artist/entertainer, who not only sings his own songs but has, and continues to contribute to his colleague’s music as a background vocalist. In addition to being a singer he is also known and respected as a professional saxophone player who has worked on an innumerable amount of records.
Being an active artist/musician means that Yishka has performed on many major concerts, in hundreds of night clubs, hotels, at private parties and on countless festivals (both reggae and jazz). He has traveled extensively throughout the Caribbean Islands, Puerto Rico, Brazil, Mexico, Japan and the United States.
Based in South Florida, he has appeared locally at some of the most popular venues, such as Cafes and Hotels on South Beach; Hungry Sailor and Monty Trainers in Coconut Grove; Lounges in Fort Lauderdale and the Tiki-Bar in Key Largo.
To date, Yishka has released two albums, an EP and several singles, with his latest being “You’re My Sunshine,” done for Upstairs Music. The track is a bouncy lovers-rock reggae tune that has been getting great reviews from DJs/selectors all over the world.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD “YOU’RE MY SUNSHINE”
Starting today – Friday, October 16th – through Sunday, October 18th, The National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) will present the ‘Save Our Stages Festival.’ The event’s main objective is to generate money for venues experiencing loss revenues because of the pandemic.
Live music venues in America have been struggling as the COVID-19 pandemic have halted their operations. Since March, these businesses have struggled without revenue and insufficient government assistance, while still having to pay the rent and other operating expenses. As a result, a growing number of independent venues have been forced to close permanently.
Some of the confirmed performers for the festival include: The Roots, Major Lazer, Monica, Leon Bridges, YG, Dizzy Fae, and that is just to name a few. Click here for the full schedule.