“Swagger with some content. Something you can bop to.” Nick Vibes, one third of the Louisville, Kentucky Hip-Hop group, Voice, defined their music well with this line from their single “What Chu Sed.” Webster’s dictionary defines an anomaly as an irregularity or something that deviates from the normal expectations. Nick Vibes, Dre Vice, and Suave Duave have entitled their upcoming […]Read more "Hip Hop Group, Voice, Have the Audacity to Stand Out"
I’ve lived two lives. The former was one riddled with despair, worry and constant frustration. The beginning of adulthood for me was a bite much bigger than I could chew. Just 22 years old, a new mother of twins finishing a BA at NYU, I found myself in the middle of a custody battle with […]Read more "Courtroom Tug-of-War"
My first thought upon meeting Tanya Wright at the 2010 Brooklyn Book Festival was “She’s beautiful.” My second thought, “I know this girl.” If you don’t know her by name, maybe you know her as Deputy Kenya Jones on “True Blood.” If not there, then surely you’ve seen her on “24”. You might even know her as LaMuzindah in […]Read more "A Conversation With Actress and Writer Tanya Wright"
If Eric Benét’s newest single “Sometimes I Cry” is any indication of what is to come on his forthcoming album Lost In Time, due out November 30th, then we can expect soulful greatness packed with emotion and wrapped in passion. He is the epitome of a man in touch with his feelings and this album is a […]Read more "Eric Benet Talks Crying Men, Seventies Soul, and New Album"
It was champagne life last Thursday night at Shawn “Pecas” Costner’s 40th birthday party hosted by Hot 97’s Angie Martinez. The Vice President of Def Jam Promotions and renowned music industry executive celebrated on the roof deck at Studio Square in Astoria Queens with a star studded crowd. The décor was beautiful with the white leather couches, the backdrop of Manhattan’s skyline, and […]Read more "“Champagne Life” for Def Jam Executive’s Birthday Bash"