The teen group Chloe X Halle from Grown-ish has their first studio release, "The kids are alright." We discuss the easy going production and the great harmonization between the young ladies. Its surprising that these young ladies had their hands on so much of this album. From writing, producing and singing all through this release. It sounded like much more seasoned artists. The ladies created a very enjoyable album that we didn't expect.
The Kids Are Alright is the debut studio album by American R&B duo Chloe x Halle. It was released on March 23, 2018, by Beyoncé's record label Parkwood Entertainment
We end our interview with Tremel Copeland with reminiscing of older equipment and a few techniques of recording and producing. A great conversation of old perspective and new with a common love of creating.
SoundCloud: Zuri production
For my special production/DJ series. I sit down with the young Producer Tremel Copeland AKA Zuri of Zuri production. I had to have a sit down with Tremel because of the many beats and production interludes we play during a lot of our podcast. And I wanted to pick his brain and show recognition and gratitude for his talent This is Part I
SoundCloud: Zuri production
4 Your Eyes Only plunges deep into J. Cole's soul. You can clearly hear it in his voice - pleading testifying, on the verge of cracking. At Center stage with no featured guest, The North Carolina rapper speaks out on social ills, black lives and doing the right thing in a world of wrong.
We plunge into this amazing artist with a old hip hop head and a Generation X perspective. Sean and I give props to a hip hop artist with a CD well made We revisit this because of the new release of the new K.O.D
Today we are pleasantly surprised by this new release by the Rapper Phonte. I know him from his collaboration with the Dutch producer Nicolayand their group called the Foreign Exchange. Sean knows him from his time with the rap group called "Little Brother". We check out his new release "No news is good news"
Phonte Lyshod Coleman, better known as Phonte, is an American rapper, formerly of the now defunct North Carolina trio Little Brother and one-half of the duo The Foreign Exchange
Part two of our music review is our Canadian addition, Tory Lanez. Which as a new listener to his complete album I had a different outlook about this guy. The R&B/ rap artist we add our view and perspective of a release that is totally reminicent of his fellowcanadian counterparts. This is a something Tory should be proud of.
This week we drop in on two artist we felt was worthy of being highlighted with their new releases. Tory Lanez and xxxtentacion. The release I personally was looking forward to is the XXXtentacion new release. With our previous review of his "Debut release 17" we didn't know what we were going to get especially after the SYRE release by Jaden Smith. And by the way, he's number 1 on the billboard chart. Then we get into the Tory Larenz.
We go through Sy Ari's two releases for the year 2018 and try to pinpoint this guys style and what he has done over the years as well as how his two releases compare to each other. We finish part two of the two Artist review with Sy Ari Da Kid
*This is a repeat of an older review done by my brother and I from 2016*This episodes starts the series on Live DJ's that move crowds and not play music. We talk to DJ Ant Live of Harlem and how he still does DJing with the classic 1200's and how true DJ's are still moving the crowds. We do a round table with Ant Live and get his views on the art today.