On Saturday, October 31st, Sa-Roc will perform at the 2nd Annual OYA Masquerade/Holistic Health & Gem Weekend! It will be held at Bronze Kingdom – located at 6464 International Dr – in Orlando, Florida from October 30th to November 1st. For tickets and additional information visit eventbrite.
“Replace Me,” arguably one of the hottest tracks on Nas‘ “King’s Disease” album, now has some visuals. The official video premiered on the Mass Appeal channel a few hours ago and it is as smooth as the song itself. As “Replace Me” is collaboration done with Don Toliver and Big Sean, both men are also featured in the clip.
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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.
On Friday, October 16th, American hip-hop artist T.I. will release his new twenty-track album titled “The L.I.B.R.A.” The project will feature collaborations with several hip-hop and R&B stars: John Legend, Killer Mike, Rapsody, Jeremih, Jadakiss and many more.
Next week Tuesday, October 20th, one of hip-hop’s most respected lyricist, AZ, will do a virtual concert to celebrate the 25th anniversary of “Doe or Die.”
“Doe or Die” is the debut studio album from the rapper; It was released on October 10th, 1995 via EMI Records. The album features guest appearances by Nas and Miss Jones; with production credits going to: N.O. Joe, Pete Rock, L.E.S. and Buckwild, among others.
The virtual event is extra special because it is the very first time AZ will be doing a live streaming concert. Click here for additional information.
Taken from Burna Boy‘s album “Twice As Tall,” which was released on August 13th, “Real Life” is arguably one of the more powerful tracks on the project. The song is a collaboration done with British rapper Stormzy, and it deals with the challenges faced by inner-city youths in the UK.
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On September 30th The Lox premiered the official video for the track “Gave It To Em,” which is featured on the recently released “Living Off Xperience” album.
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