Keith Fox

From Jay-Z to Keith Fox: The Post-Magna Carta Future of Music

The term “groundbreaking” has been used by many to describe Magna Carta Holy Grail, Jay-Z’s widely-acclaimed 12th studio album. For this, he inked a deal with mobile and consumer electronics giant Samsung to introduce and distribute the album to their […]

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Bianca Raquel – Dear Summer…Our Season Is Over

Sometimes it’s difficult to acknowledge the fact that a relationship has run its course. NYC singer-songwriter-producer Bianca Raquel drops this entrancing visual for “Dear Summer…Our Season

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2013 Soul Train Awards Spotlight: 1500 Or Nothin’

Many unfortunately see the education in liner notes as a lost art form in the age of digital cataloging your music. But as far as


Q&A: Mela Machinko

Brooklyn native Mela Machinko finally stepped out as a solo artist after spending much of her career lending guest vocals to sought after music fixtures


Bereolaesque: Championship Ring

There are very few relationships in hip-hop music. There’s a lot of, ‘I took your girl & I’m gonna take her again;’ I’m with your

Trunks to Hollywood

From Trunks to Hollywood

Through the use of the internet, independent artists have been expanding.  There have been rappers who have started from YouTube, ReverbNation, and many other sites


The Day Jay-Z Changed Everything

It was an image seen by millions: Jay-Z just in view behind dark structures on his left and right, the camera peeking at him as


On Artists and Activism

By now, most of us have not only heard the not guilty verdict in the Trayvon Martin murder trial, but we have expressed words of


Bereolaesque: Abusing Basquiat

It was an intimate chat between a woman and a woman in a bedroom that turned me into an art collector. Darks, lights, blues, hues, clashing,

Summer Concert Kick-Off 2013’s Summer Concert Kick-Off Guide

It's time to lay back and take in new adventures and sounds this summer! The sultry season is a great time to pull out the

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