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a New York City based movement created by three music lovers, Ru Bhatt, Josh Appelbaum, and Tadeu Magalhaes, who want to share their love for disco, house and dance music with the world. Mitzi: 'Down' While we featured the teaser single from Mitzi '
Etana, "Better Tomorrow" (VP Records) Etana delivers a mature and confident sound with top-notch lyrical content and unique vocals on her third studio album, "Better Tomorrow." The Jamaican singer's soulful roots are strong as she pays homage to
Have a listen to Grant Lyle and immediately, one thinks of those great rock and blues singers where no last name is necessary. Vaughn. Cocker. Clapton. The singer/songwriter brings his considerable skills to the table and on his latest CD,
With her music not as popular on radio as it was earlier in her career, some patrons were a bit sceptic. However, as soon as Griffiths hit her first note, heads began to bob, the experienced singer eventually getting the full attention of her
This is me in 2008 dancing with a popular song. I was wearing a red shaded cored outfit and mtu new pink shoes. The song was very popular in the 60s.
This is me back in 2008 dancing with a popular Latin song by Los Amigos. I was dressed in pink, pink top bottom ad shoes. I like this Latin rhythm, it is one of my favourite music I enjoy listening all the time.
This R&B Putting aside the fact that Jesse Dee 's haircut might make him look like a dandelion about to go to seed, the young neo-soul and R&B singer from Boston has put out a second album of self-penned songs that are so well written, so amazingly
This is me back in 2008 dancing with a famous song. Spanish Harleme is a song that makes me dance. I was wearing red, red top and red bottom.
Text Size: tool goes here Not everyone associated with a Grammy-nominated music project gets to dress up and hang out at the awards ceremonies in Los Angeles. That's why Fresno's Scott Abels was notified via a text that the album on which he played
Campbell spent a week in Jamaica recently and during that time he filmed parts of a documentary he said would be directed to his audience in Portugal. Through this documentary, Campbell says he intends to highlight Jamaica and reggae music. "I think