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BH – Hold On (feat. Aloma Steele) [Free Download]

BH – Hold On (feat. Aloma Steele) [Free Download]

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Brace yourselves because BH is about to explode. I had high hopes for this producer after first writing about his How You Love Me remix, but today, my hopes have grown immensely. BH released his new single ‘Hold On’ featuring Aloma Steele on Next Gen Records this past week, and after listening, I have faith BH will be going places…

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Pop Crush: Tori Kelly

Pop Crush: Tori Kelly

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Pop singer and songwriter Tori Kelly is a bold force to be reckoned with. Her music is made up of a forthrightness which stems from the fact that she has no illusions about this world; she recognizes that we all bear the same struggles, goals and desires and works to incorporate that into her music, establishing the deepest of connections with her audience. Even when polished and made up for a…

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Hear It Now: Rochelle Jordan’s “Lowkey”

Hear It Now: Rochelle Jordan’s “Lowkey”

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In a wave of tireless urbanity and poised existence, R&B singer Rochelle Jordan has crashed onto the hip hop scene with an unapologetically self-assured approach to both her music and her fame. Refusing to settle with the masses, the Toronto based diva has made sure her every release is reflective of all she encompasses: her heart, her beliefs, and her unstoppable tenacity. Since her first…

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Harmony for Dummies: A Quick Guide to Adding Chords, Melodies, and Basslines in Key

Harmony for Dummies: A Quick Guide to Adding Chords, Melodies, and Basslines in Key

MelodyIf you want to make your tracks more musical without knowing much about scales and harmony, then this tutorial is for you. This combination of tools and hacks will enable you to add chords, melodies, and basslines to your productions, in the right key and without much effort.

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HARD Summer’s 2014 Set Times Have Been Revealed

One of the greatest music festivals on the West Coast has unveiled the times for every set.

I Am a MoonChild: Interview with Kerli

I Am a MoonChild: Interview with Kerli

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Kerli, a 27 year old singer from Estonia, has made a name for herself among an ocean of vocalists. It’s never an easy decision to start a life in music. So many careers are over before they get started. Kerli describes her decision to pursue a career in music as a destiny, not a choice:

“I grew up in the woods of a soviet occupied Estonia, so…

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Tom Petty Antagonizes The DJ Culture and Electric Daisy Carnival

Tom Petty Antagonizes The DJ Culture and Electric Daisy Carnival

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Tom Petty has been one of the legendary Rock N’ Rollers since the 1970′s. With songs such as “Free Fallin’,” “Mary Jane’s Last Dance” and many more, Tom Petty has made quite the name for himself. Now Tom Petty is making a new name for himself by speaking out about his disdain for the DJ Culture.

In an interview with…

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Erin Bowman’s Up Next, Talks ‘Hey Summer,’ Image Pressure and New Plans

On November 1, 2011, new pop artist Erin Bowman released her debut single, “Problem” and shortly after that the single became a top 5 requested song on SIRIUS XM’s 20 and 20 and debuted at #80 on the Mediabase National Top 40 Airplay Chart.

MORADO Brings New Wave of Houston Music, Talks Race and Craft of Hip Hop

MORADO Brings New Wave of Houston Music, Talks Race and Craft of Hip Hop

Screen Shot 2014-07-26 at 9.51.30 PMThere’s a new rapper coming out of Houston and his name is MORADO. MORADO isn’t your typically Houston-based rappers that focus on trill music, but he can get conscious, dedicate tracks to the party-goers, dub-steppers and the ladies. Wrapping up his first summer tour and his participation in the Drake-hosted event, Houston Appreciation Weekend (H.A.W.) Celebrity Charity Basketball game, Morado…

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Bass Coast Festival Bans Native American War Bonnets

Bass Coast Festival Bans Native American War Bonnets

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For whatever reason, people like to wear Native American headdresses. I think it’s partly because (mostly American) people like to be involved in things that aren’t ours or that we don’t understand. Unfortunately, this scenario of “curiosity,” is not for the better. That is why Bass Coast Festival is banning the headwear from their event this year.

With the festival taking place on Native…

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