North of the border, here’s an artist worth watching.
A killer track from the continent! Another group, like South Africa’s BLK JKS, that is redefining perceptions of African music.
Atlanta keeps him hungry. Here’s why.
I originally met Valerie June last November when she participated in the Fire + Fire: Gypsy + Black event, where Hungarian Gypsy and black American musicians shared the stage and explored common musical bonds. Of course, you can't miss the Medusan head of locks she sports, and then there's something about her that reminds me […]
Weeksville’s Garden Party series kicks off this weekend with Cody ChesnuTT. You may recall that I mentioned earlier that this will be Cody’s first NYC performance with a full band in 4 years, so definitely check him out. The track below, “Come Back Like Spring” is from his forthcoming album Landing on a Hundred, which […]
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the untimely death of Michael Jackson. It’s definitely a time of reflection on the man, his music and his legacy. And there’s be a lot of talk as folks remember where they were when they found out that Michael had passed. Here’s one such story. The Commodores were performing […]
Galaxy of Tar: Elias Diaz (l) and Naima Mora One band ends and another forms in its place. Those of you who copped the Boldaslove.us compilation may remember the band Chewing Pics. That group broke up, but two of its members, Elias Diaz and Naima Mora started a new project, Galaxy of Tar. In […]
zv7qrnb Glad to see that Moon is back for this year's URB Alt Fest. I was first introduced to Moon last year's fest when she repped the DMV hard via this performance. Wow. She definitely brings it. Looking forward to seeing and hearing her on Saturday with her own band. Additional links: Moon on URB […]
Say you're like me and can't get enough of BLK JKS. You already have the Mystery EP and you're wearing out After Robots, with its songs like "Summertime" and "Molalatladi". Believe me, I understand. There's no wonder After Robots made the Boldaslove.us Best of 2009 list: It's a great album. Good news is there's more. […]
In honor of the birthday today of Prince Rogers Nelson, a black rocker if there ever was one, here's one of my favorites. Yeah, I'm crate diggin' a bit here, but go with it, okay?