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Song of the Day: “Boogieman”

Childish Gambino's "Boogieman" is a funk-inspired track with some spooky influences that takes aim at stereotypical and biased racial fears. This week, we've been looking...

The First Finale: Stevie Wonder in the 70s – Part 2

At the Grammy Awards in 1976, Paul Simon would walk up to the stage to accept his award for album of the year (received...

Music Of My Mind: Stevie Wonder in the 70s – Part...

There’s never been quite a musical run like Stevie Wonder had in the 70s. From 1972 to 1976 Wonder released five albums, all of...

Yves Jarvis: “The Same But By Different Means” review

Rating: 8.3/10 Sometimes the most exciting music to listen to is also the hardest to classify. The deconstruction of genre and form is a difficult...

Song of the Day: “1999”

Happy Tuesday internet. Today, we'll be continuing our week-long look at songs of war and peace as an extension of Memorial Day. Yesterday, we took...

Heize nails the mood and the subtle shifts on “She’s Fine”

While K-pop has its loud renaissance, K-r&b is having a quieter one. That's fitting, given how colorful and loud pop is and how smooth...

Ashford & Simpson’s Sugar Bar to be the site of one-of-a-kind...

Nickolas Ashford and Valerie Simpson, the soulful duo known for songwriting and performing a variety of hits since the mid-1960's, started  The Sugar Bar...

2018’s Top 5 weird albums

Last week I made a Top 5 list for one of the most commercial and popularized genres in the world - - K-pop. To...

Missy Elliott, Mary J. Blige and Queen Latifah to bring Clark...

Gospel music icons and inspiration for a number of r&b performers, the Clark Sisters, will be the subject of a biopic scheduled to air...

Twenty One Pilots hone their creativity to make a damn good...

Twenty One Pilots has always been a creative band. Their albums always featured dynamic styles-- moving between pop, reggae, rap, and other genres. Their...