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New Music From Alicia Keys “In Common” [Listen Here]

  Don’t call it a comeback! Alicia Keys has officially joined the 2016 new music party with her new single, “In Common“. One thing’s for sure, Afrobeat is taking over and we are just so here for it. Check out A.Key’s new single “In Common” below:   – Musically Blogged ...

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Drake’s 4th Studio Album “Views” Finally Here:

                      Drake’s fourth studio album “Views” has officially arrived. The rapper has been teasing fans for sometime now, but has kept to his word and released the 20 track project available for stream and purchase via Apple Music. If you’ve ...

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All The Music That March 2016 Birthed [Recap]

  New month. New music. But wait, let’s take a moment to remember some of the music that became our faves in March: Kendrick Lamar – Untitled Unmastered. Gwen Stefanie – This Is What The Truth Feels Like Zayn – Mind Of Mind Anthony Hamilton – What I’m Feelin’ – ...

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#MusicMondays: Jhene Aiko x Big Sean Joint Project “Twenty88”

  Collabs galore in 2016. Next up: songstress Jhene Aiko and rapper Big Sean join together to drop a collaborative project that explores “twentysomething love” entitled “Twenty88“. Currently available via Tidal and purchase via iTunes. The album is more than just a tradeoff of hooks and verses, it explores both ...

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5 Reasons Why We’re Excited About Keri Hilson’s Return To Music

If you haven’t noticed, 5 years (yes 5) has passed since singer/songwriter Keri Hilson released her last album, “No Boys Allowed“. Well Keri has officially announced that she is working on a new album, “L.I.A.R.” (an acronym for Love Is a Religion) and oh are we ready. Here’s 5 reasons why we’re ...

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Women In Music History: Ella Fitzgerald

Following a troubled childhood, Ella Fitzgerald turned to singing and debuted at the Apollo Theater in 1934. Discovered in an amateur contest, she went on to became the top female jazz singer for decades. In 1958, Fitzgerald made history as the first African-American woman to win a Grammy Award. Due ...

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Women In Music History: Billie Holiday

  Billie Holiday April 7, 1915-July 17, 1959   Noted as one of the most influential jazz singers of all time, Billie Holiday born as Eleanora Fagan had an extremely successful career until her battle with drug addiction got the best of her… Born to a young single mother, Holiday eventually found ...

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Top 3 Things To Know About Kendrick Lamar’s “Untitled Unmastered.”

In case you’ve been living under a rock, mr. game changer himself Kendrick Lamar released a follow-up project to his last album “To Pimp A Butterfly”. It’s called untitled unmastered., and it’s out right now on iTunes, Apple Mo Pimusic, Tidal, Spotify, and Google Play, via Aftermath/Interscope/Top Dawg Entertainment. Of course we’re ...

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Women In Music History: Nina Simone

Born Eunice Kathleen Waymon from Tryon, North Carolina, Nina Simone devoted her life to the civil rights movement and using her voice and music to promote this. Learning to play piano at the age of 4, Simone began music early in life. Being the 6th of 7th children, money was ...

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