Some budding musicians in Atlanta are learning the art of songwriting from one of the best in the biz.
Representing Mississippi, Big K.R.I.T revisits Souls of Mishief’s classic ’93 Til Infinity. #Nice
postscript: Dude looks like Tracy Morgan, yo. LOL #silly But on the serious, will be keeping my ears open for more of Big K.R.I.T. and the redefinition of “dirty south”.
Thanks Corey Davis via Greedmont Park for putting me on to this new track by the N*E*R*D. I’ve been missing and anticipating their return to the scene, specifically my groove crush, Pharrell. Click play, share and let us know what you think:[audio:http://www.greedmontpark.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/Help-Me.mp3]
Lyfe Jennings has released the controversial new single Statistics, which will be featured on his fourth, and said-to-be last, studio album I Still Believe. The album will be released through his own label, Jesus Swings, via Asylum/Warner Bros Records on July 27.
Justin Bieber, age 16, will compete in the best new artist category and was nominated for the awards alongside such prominent black performers as rapper Jay-Z, who led the field with five nominations, and his wife Beyonce, who scored four.