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Bilal Live At CMJ

Bilal Live At CMJ

Courtesy of ArtDontSleep, check out Bilal’s live performance of “Levels” from CMJ. He recently signed with Plug Research and is schedule to release a full-length album with them next year. The Sounds of VTech / Bilal: LEVELS

Anthony Valadez – Audio Visual Promo Videos

Here are the first couple of promo videos from Anthony Valadez regarding his upcoming album Audio Visual, coming out in November on Recordbreakin’ Music. They give you a little insight into what makes the dj/beatmaker extraordinaire tick…We’ll have more info on the album in the coming weeks…..

Wayna – My Love – Video and Download

Wayna made me a fan with her debut album Moments of Clarity. But her next release Higher Ground really shows the huge potential she has, so much so that it made it into my Top 8 of 2008. She’s starting to get some real recognition for her talent. She is currently up for a Grammy...
Jazzanova - Ben Westbeech - I Can See - Video

Jazzanova – Ben Westbeech – I Can See – Video

This is one of the best tracks (IMHO) from Jazzanova’s recent release Of All The Things. Maybe I’m biased cos I also happen to love Ben Westbeech. In any case the song is lovely and the video provides suitable eye candy: And here’s a bonus for ya. Ben’s recent mixtape featuing lots of electro-y, break-y...
Raashan Ahmad - Peace Video

Raashan Ahmad – Peace Video

Raashan Ahmad always comes with a nice, jazzy hip-hop vibe and a thought-provoking message. This video for “Peace”, taken from his recent album The Push is well-executed with a combination of live action interacting with animation. Here’s the official blurb from Om Records’ main hip-hop dude Jonathan McDonald: “I couldn’t be more juiced to announce...
New Muhsinah Release: The Oscillations

New Muhsinah Release: The Oscillations

The very dope Muhsinah has just dropped a digital release The Oscillations: Sine which looks like it will be followed by The Oscillations: Triangle. According to the discography on her site she released an EP called The Oscillations back in 2005 so I’m not sure if this is 100% new material, or perhaps an extension...
Jazzanova - Of All The Things

Jazzanova – Of All The Things

The wonderful Jazzanova are set to release a new album on October 21st – Of All The Things on Verve. It’s set to be a hot one, featuring collaborations with Phonte, Ben Westbeech and more. Check the tracklist below. Props to Soulbounce’s Butta who was amongst the first to get the word about this on...

Kissey Asplund Nike Video

[credit to TreesForBreakfast, cos that’s where I found this.] This is a Nike-sponsored video of Kissey Asplund’s “Silverlake” track – note the prominent shots of the Nike Air Max 90. According to Mr. Dee Phunk, this vid is part of a series where Nike profiles select European musicians. Anyway the song is pretty cool and...

New Conya Doss Video – What I’d Do

I’m a big Conya Doss fan. I think she’s one of soul music’s most overlooked talents. She puts out consistently great, classy and authentic soul music. Still is her most recent album (I believe her fourth) and this is the new single from it, “What I’d Do.” Check the video below, and then head over...