After Kendrick Lamar hit the stage to perform “The City” at sold out Powerhouse, Bootleg Kev set down with Mr. Lamar to talk about how well is album is doing on the charts, Shyne, J. Cole collaboration, +more!
Big Sean spoke with HHNM about his new up incoming LP “Hall of Fame”, as well as 1st single coming soon, – Production on ‘Hall of Fame’, Background story of ’24k of Gold’ beat which was produced by Hit-Boy, Upcoming ‘Mula’ remix and video, Hints at Eminem collaboration + more.
Well well, well Meet the Flatbush Zombies, PATisDOPE takes you into the mind of these guys, that call themselves Zombies, this is quality at its best. Shot and edited by IkeVision (Mike Tyler). They talk everything, from Music, girls and drugs lol. Remember to stay updated with everything PATisDOPE, DMV and the world by visiting http://www.patisdope.com/ daily.
Miguel is currently promoting his new album, state to state, city to city. Miguel sat day for their private instudio series to preview his album “Kaleidoscope Dream” which is in stores now. Miguel give insight on the concepts behind the tracks and also answer question from the fans. I’ve been following Miguel since 2006/2007, and the artist have yet to disappoint me. Go out and support him by coping is 2nd debut album.
There has to be something in the water in North Carolina, as the region as a whole has become synonymous with great music. With artists like: Little Brother, 9th Wonder, The Foreign Exchange, and Kooley High leading the pack, the region has always been a hub for great music.
Added to the list of great artists who call the region home is North Carolina native, Jeanne Jolly.
“I think that there’s a lot of creative support in North Carolina and there are a lot of opportunities to explore many different musical genres,” says Jolly of the state. “We have some really amazing jazz musicians generations back. You have different pockets of North Carolina that are able to develop on their own without too much outside influence just because they were influenced by what was around them. I think there’s a lot of originality in North Carolina.”
Jolly, who first caught attention singing background for legendary Jazz Musician Chris Botti, has an inviting and warm disposition and a beautiful soul that shines through when you speak with her. The singer who released her debut EP Falling in North Carolina (2010) to high praises based on the songwriting, has been singing her whole life. “My mom used to tell me that my first words were the Beethoven Symphony theme because I was listening to it in the car with my parents and apparently that was the first thing I said that made sense even though it wasn’t a word.” [Read More]