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Korrosive new single Been A Pro on Pandora Radio now.



Please Check out MRE Entertainment Artist/Producer Korrosive new hit single (Been A Pro) Feat Popimp Snow Choppa on iTunes and Google Play and Spotitfy now and if you listen to Pandora Radio check it out an show love a like the song and share it with your friends



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Added by Chris Thomas on June 28, 2016 at 1:40am — No Comments

Meet a South Florida Creative: Cleo J’Adore

Meet Farah Pierre, aka Cleo J'Adore, a 25-year-old Haitian songstress from South Florida. I first had the pleasure of hearing her perform a few years ago at an event put together by Jason Fleurant.…

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Added by Lawrence Jean-Louis on June 28, 2016 at 1:00am — No Comments

FEATURE: Lawrence Lindell Studio uses quirky illustrations for pro-black representation

Lawrence Lindell Studio is a pro-black artist and illustrator using his imagination and creativity to create technicolor drawings that re-affirm black existence, allude to the diaspora, and create visual representation for black identities. Lindell publishes his artwork as stand alone pieces which go on to be part of his printed booklets (think zine-sized). If you'd like to support the project, you can do so on …

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Added by Eye Candy on June 27, 2016 at 5:30pm — No Comments

FEATURE: Entertainer Coco Deville shakes up the underground burlesque world with unique routines

Coco Deville is an international burlesque artist who is changing the image of burlesque and pin-up performers. The curvaceous entertainer is known for her unique, theatrical performances and, of course, her gorgeous brown skin. The world of underground burlesque is certainly notably for its range of diversity as far as represented fetishes and niches for both performers and enthusiasts, but the default entertainer and what, I wager, many audience members might expect are…

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Added by Eye Candy on June 27, 2016 at 4:39pm — No Comments

New Music: Rapper Vic Mensa's revolutionary new track 'Free Love' translates the fight for LGBTQ rights into terms all can understand

  Within the past two months, rapper Vic Mensa's output has taken a pronounced shift towards cadenced activism. Just in time for pride, his new track 'Free Love' ft. Le1f, Halsey, Lil B, and Malik Yusef, tackles one of his most extreme topics yet. With his folk spin on traditional Hip Hop, his feel good rhythms dismantle pre-existing prejudice and stereotypes surrounding the LGBTQ community, while simultaneously posing as the antithesis to the misogynistic reputations of…

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Added by Sound Check on June 27, 2016 at 4:00pm — No Comments

FEATURE: British Singer-Songwriter Lea Lea redefines women in rock as she rhythmically roars her audience to attention

Born and raised in Hackney, East London, Lea Lea (pronounced 'Lee Lee') has been transcending musical boundaries since her start at 17. As she has grown into her career, her work has become increasingly more dauntless, powerful, and self-affirming.  In Lea Lea's latest hit 'Drum of Death', the excitingly edgy…

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Added by Sound Check on June 27, 2016 at 3:00pm — No Comments

NEW MUSIC: ZULUZULUU Pushes The Future of Future Funk On 'What's The Price' #SoundCheck

With squiggling synths, irresistible rhythms, and a team of vocalists (including fav Greg Grease), ZULUZULUU look to give Afrofuturist funk from the 70s a modern update. The nods and odes to both P-Funk and Prince abound throughout their debut, but the fresh energy and defiant bursts of both joy and frustration make What's The Price stand on its own.



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Added by Sound Check on June 27, 2016 at 2:39pm — 1 Comment

FEATURE: Thássio Dias (aka fotopoetizando) glorifies black and brown skin with ‘Brown is the new black’ editorial

'Brown is the new black' is a new editorial series by Brazilian photographer Thássio Dias aka fotopoetizando. As the title suggests, the project is a visual celebrations of melanin, black beauty, and black hair. The series captures four black models representing four different shades of blackness and showcasing the diverse beauty of the black community. Check out ‘Brown is the new black’, below.



By Erin White*, AFROPUNK…

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Added by Eye Candy on June 27, 2016 at 12:30pm — No Comments

AFROPUNK PREMIERE: East London punk-rock duo Nova Twins stake their claim in the punk scene in ‘Hitlist’

Nova Twins are a female urban-punk duo from South East London. The duo is comprised of two badass musicians who each play guitar and bass while being accompanied by a live drum kit. The band’s newest single is called ‘Hitlist’ and it’s a tough, in-your-face track about self-assertion and staking their claim in punk-rock music and two young women of color. "We're on your HITLIST!!! Our first release from our forthcoming EP is finally here!! This is for all the people who…

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Added by Sound Check on June 27, 2016 at 11:00am — 2 Comments

RAD CREATIVE OF THE DAY: Kye Nelson celebrates blackness in All Dem Shades with empowering womenswear line

All Dem Shades is an empowering and unifying clothing line and ideology that celebrates blackness in all shades. The collection was the creative vision of New Orleans-born Kye Nelson, an artist with a Fashion Merchandising degree, who was inspired by a lifetime of being described as “pretty for a dark skin girl.” Since it’s inception in Dec. 2015 as mainly graphic tees, All Dem Shades has expanded into a visionary line that now makes swimwear and womenswear. Check out some…

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Added by Safety Pins on June 27, 2016 at 10:18am — No Comments

BE ALIVE, an anthology/album - FREE DOWNLOAD

Hello to you all!

I just thought I'd write to you to keep you in the loop on what's going on!

First off, I am planning two albums. One album that will be coming very, very soon is called The Future's Alright. The album is a more positive response to YACHT's album,  I Thought the Future Would Be CoolerTFA answers the album by naming all of the positive things about the future.

But before I give you updates on that, I want to share with you my new…

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Added by Lightning Pill on June 26, 2016 at 1:10pm — 1 Comment

CASTING AT&T COMMERCIAL LOOKING FOR AFRO PUNK BANDS TEENAGER TO 25 YEARD OLD

EXTREMELY TIME SENSITIVE!!!!!!!!!! LOOKING FOR COOL YOUNG AFRO PUNK BANDS. MUST HAVE FULL BAND WITH MUSICIANS! CASTING WILL BE HELD IN LOS ANGELES 6-25 THROUGH 6-27. IF YOU ARE NOT IN THE LA AREA WE CAN SKYPE :) HOWEVER MUST BE IN THE UNITED STATES. IF INTERESTED EMAIL ARISEASJAI@GMAIL.COM ASAP!!!! WITH THE FOLLOWING INFO: NAME OF BAND AGE INSTRUMENTS LINKS TO ANY PERFORMANCES AND VIDEOS LINK TO SOUNDCLOUD LINKS TO ALL SOCIAL NETWORKING ARE YOU AVAILABLE FOR ALL IMPORTANT DATES LISTED…

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Added by Asjai Lou on June 25, 2016 at 5:23am — No Comments

CASTING AT&T NATIONAL COMMERCIAL...LOOKING FOR AFRO PUNK BANDS TEENS TO 25 YEARS OF AGE

EXTREMELY TIME SENSITIVE!!!!!!!!!!
LOOKING FOR COOL YOUNG AFRO PUNK BANDS. MUST HAVE FULL BAND WITH MUSICIANS!
CASTING WILL BE HELD IN LOS ANGELES 6-25 THROUGH 6-27. IF YOU ARE NOT IN THE LA AREA WE CAN SKYPE :) HOWEVER MUST BE IN THE UNITED STATES.
IF INTERESTED EMAIL ARISEASJAI@GMAIL.COM ASAP!!!! WITH THE FOLLOWING INFO:
NAME OF BAND
AGE
INSTRUMENTS
LINKS…
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Added by Asjai Lou on June 25, 2016 at 5:18am — No Comments

INTERVIEW: R&B/electronica/hip hop duo The Foreign Exchange talks international success and iconic inspiration

Every so often, if you’re lucky during the summer you months, you’ll have the chance to catch a good live show in your city. As I write this, Funk Legend Masseo who did most of the early production work for James Brown and who often played alongside Prince, will be performing tonight in the city in which I reside. Yet ironically, a group by the name of Foreign Exchange played at the same venue called the Jazz Kitchen a few weeks earlier.



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Added by Sound Check on June 24, 2016 at 5:42pm — No Comments

NEW MUSIC: Nigerian independent musician Mile XY shares expressive eclectic jazz-soul single ‘Too Many People’

Get to know Nigerian musician Mile XY, an indie R&B-soul artist who is now based in Vienna. The exciting soundscape on his track ‘Too Many People (RMBA Baumgarten Session 04 V5 Roughmix 01’ is a smooth, densely packed and eclectic mix of jazz, soul, and experimental sound effects. Mile describes himself as as a natural lover who is very spiritual, which definitely lends itself to his sound signature on this track. Listen to ‘Too Many People (RMBA Baumgarten…

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Added by Sound Check on June 24, 2016 at 4:47pm — 1 Comment

FEATURE: Denise Silva spreads empowering intersectional messages with Denisenhando project

Denisenhando is an on-going illustration project by industrial design student Denise Silva. Silva uses pastel illustrations featuring diverse depictions of people of color paired with empowering quotes by prolific intersectional writers and thinkers, like Audre Lorde.…

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Added by Eye Candy on June 24, 2016 at 2:30pm — No Comments

AFROPUNK PREMIERE: London-based disco-pop singer-songwriter Dregas flips the script on courtship in ‘Cannonball’

Alt. pop singer-songwriter Dregas is premiering her newest single with us today called ‘Cannonball’, an energetic ode to fleeting romances where (some) men only want to hookup and what happens with the gender rolls are reversed. The lively Girl Power anthem features subtle undertones of 60s and 70s pop music, making for a groovy throwback vibe that packs an intense punch. “As if we, as women, must build in a level of skepticism when dealing with men in their "natural state"…

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Added by Sound Check on June 24, 2016 at 12:30pm — 1 Comment

FEATURE: No criminal charges for McKinney, Tx. cop in pool party incident

The McKinney, Texas police officer who attacked a teenage girl attending a community pool party last year won’t face charges for disproportionately violent handling of the situation and the young woman. The decision not to indict former Cpl. Eric Casebolt was made by a Collin County grand jury that, apparently, was totally okay with a trained officer and grown man body slamming a law abiding, but black, teenager for essentially no reason. Business as usual.…



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Added by The Race Card on June 24, 2016 at 11:00am — 3 Comments

RAD CREATIVE OF THE DAY: South African filmmaker Jabu Nadia Newman’s The Foxy Five follows intersectional feminists challenging oppressive status quo

Jabu Nadia Newman is the creator and show-runner of Cape Town’s The Foxy Five—an intersectional web series that follows a powerful group of 5 young womxn who are tearing down the “white-supremacist-capitalist-patriarchy“ on their own terms. The series also explores many of the different perspectives and…

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Added by Gender Bent on June 24, 2016 at 10:21am — No Comments

NEW MUSIC: Eclectic funkster Marcus Alan Ward’s ‘Little Sunshine’ is an instant mood-boaster

One of the best feelings in the world, to me, is falling in love with a song less than 30 seconds in. Being unceremoniously introduced to the perfect combination of sounds and rhythms that both relaxes and energizes you. At the risk of over-hyping it, Marcus Alan Ward’s ‘Little Sunshine’ is such a song! The smooth, infectious melody are paired with soulful vocals and 70s-inspired harmonies that come together in sweet funk-soul bliss. Treat yo self, listen to ‘Little…

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Added by Sound Check on June 23, 2016 at 4:39pm — No Comments

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