Profile: Sebastian Mikael–How High

Experimentation and taking risks are both parts of everyday living. It’s only natural for these to be characteristics of singers. Many who’ve suppressed their fear of criticism have gone on to enjoy industry longevity, reinventing themselves without compromising their identity […]

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Soul Retrospective: Quincy Jones ‘The Dude’

Quincy Jones has had one of the most storied careers in music history. His illustrious career roles range from A&R man to producer, arranger and

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Q&A: Teddy Riley—Chapter 3, “Reinventing Michael Jackson”

The best should always work with the best. Given Teddy Riley’s reputation making hit urban and pop music, it was only a matter of time


Book Review: ‘Benson: The Autobiography’

To say that George Benson is a musical legend is a gross understatement; with a discography spanning over 60 years that


How Too: Still Remembering Redd Foxx (A Original Short Story)

First, there’s a large thud heard from above.  The distinct sound of intense coughing follows a couple minutes later. This noise startles Donny, his hands shoved

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Q&A: Jacquie “Tajah” Murdock—‘Advanced Style’

Society, especially in the world of marketing and the arts, has long been fascinated, if not obsessed, with youth; from modeling and magazine covers to

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Usher: The Godson of Soul

Charming, talented, suave, business savvy, and full of debonair are the words that come to mind when thinking about multi-platinum superstar, Usher Terry Raymond IV. 

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Movie Review: ‘Keep on Keepin’ On’

A new inspirational documentary entitled Keep On Keepin’ On follows jazz legend Clark Terry’s mentorship of 23 year old blind piano prodigy Justin Kauflin over


Love & WAR: A Journey to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

When chatted with Lonnie Jordan, original member and front man for the ionic collective  WAR earlier this


The 80s: Patrice Rushen’s ‘Straight From The Heart’

There’s no denying the talent of Patrice Rushen.  Just check her resume, which includes hit songs, the first woman to serve as Musical Director for

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