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NIGERIA’S OMAH LAY RELEASES STUNNING “DAMN” VIDEO ON SIRE RECORDS

NIGERIA’S OMAH LAY RELEASES STUNNING “DAMN” VIDEO ON SIRE RECORDSToday, Nigerian Afro-fusion innovator Omah Lay drops the official video for his brooding breakout single “Damn.” The visuals are dark and princely: dim facades, gorgeous chairs, a rainbow of ATVs.

JON BATISTE RELEASES NEW SPOTIFY SINGLES “CHANGES” & “DON’T STOP”

JON BATISTE RELEASES NEW SPOTIFY SINGLES “CHANGES” & “DON’T STOP”- New Live Performances of “Mr. Buddy” & “Higher” Debut on VEVO -The “crowned prince of jazz” and GRAMMY nominee Jon Batiste, premieres two new singles “Changes” and “Don’t Stop” recorded at Spotify Studios in NYC.

Why Radio Programmers (PDs) Curse Record Reps Out

So as of late, I've gotten several calls, texts, emails as well as seen posts on socials from record reps who have been distressed because they have been cussed out by the program directors of urban radio stations. If they have not been cussed out, they state the PD has gone off on them.

Kendrick Lamar Gets Pulitzer Prize (pics)

KUDOS to Kendrick Lamar, a true artist and a credit to the hip hop music industry indeed. This much deserved Pulitzer Prize-winning award is groundbreaking. He is the first rap artist/musician outside of the usual Classical and Jazz genres to be recognized by the world renown organization.

D’Angelo “Live At The Jazz Café, London” Available on CD and Digital Formats Today

While the world is still jonz'ing for new D'Angelo music, Virgin/UMe unearths his rare, live performance album entitled Live At The Jazz Café, London, Recorded live on September 14, 1995, the project features D'Angelo's full concert for the first time ever with five previously unreleased performances including covers of classics from Al Green, Ohio Players and

Soul Phenom Teena Marie, Could she have been UNDERrated?

I'm preparing for a syndicated radio interview in the morning on the passing of Teena Marie so I'm reviewing some of my favorite...

TLC’s One Big Happy Family: Jury Still Out (vid)

As I watch the mother making those Gamammoth Pancakes with at least a pound of butter per cake, I am forced to admit, they do look good, I had to watch it again and was shocked to see that each of these Big'ens had their own personal buffet on each plate.

CHRIS BROWN: Why is he so damn Happy? (pics)

Who knows? Good thing is... he's happy... Chris Brown and the Chris Brown All-Stars play against the DJ Webstar All-Stars in...

WHAT IN DE FOOK? Man's Mother Catches him doing WHAT?

Radio Facts: This is one of the most bizarre stories of the year. This 19 year old teenager in Dade County Fl was in...

WHAT IN DE FOOK? Man’s Mother Catches him doing WHAT?

This is one of the most bizarre stories of the year. This 19 year old teenager in Dade County Fl was in his mother's back yard jacking off   (Who in the hell would do that with their mother at home? Didn't he have a bedroom?) ... his mother looked out the kitchen window and saw him...

Singer's Husband Died of Accidental Overdose

Radio Facts: A coroner has ruled that an accidental overdose of methadone and alcohol killed the husband of singer-songwriter Corinne Bailey Rae, reports say. Police found the body of Scottish-born Jason Rae, 31, at a flat in the Hyde Park area of Leeds, West Yorkshire, on March 22. Leeds Coroner's Court said the saxophonist had alcohol and methadone, a heroin substitute, in his blood. He also found traces of cocaine and ecstasy during the post-mortem examination, but said those would not have contributed to Mr. Rae's death. Coroner David Hinchliff gave a verdict of "death by misadventure," according to Eurweb.com. Bailey Rae, 29, met her husband at a Leeds jazz club where she was working as a cloakroom attendant. They married in 2001. In a statement read by the coroner in court, the singer, who was not present, said her husband had struggled with alcohol for "a few years." "My husband is my first and only true love," she said. "He is the most beautiful and complex person I have ever known. He is utterly irreplaceable." Rae's band played as a backing band for Amy Winehouse, Mark Ronson and Bailey Rae herself, and had recently released a debut album, "Hot Damn!," at the time of his death.

Corinne Bailey Rae

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