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Cuban-born, New York City raised singer/songwriter Elsten Fulano Torres is a two-time Grammy nominated BMI and multiple award winning singer/songwriter. His music is a sprinkle of British pop with a dash of Cuban troubadour and a chunk of American heartland soul, developed through years of writing and performing all over the world. After a 2014 world tour, Fulano has released a new greatest hits album, Éxitos Acústicos with his long-time Grammy-winning producer Rodolfo Castillo. He is now on tour supporting the album and will join Music FridayLive! This Friday.
MAN MADE TIME is a pop duo from Los Angeles, comprised of two multi-talented artists, Hillary Grace and Albert James Babanian. Their original songs have a commercial yet unique feel drawn from their inspirational backgrounds of 80's and 90's pop, rock, and tribal influences. Together they create an sound like you have never heard before, drawing from world genres to create a perfect sound for today. Both growing up in musical families, the two collaborated make beautiful, melodic sounds that are driven by tribal catchy beats adn tehy join us wsith their first releases this Friday..
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On today’s very special edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable celebrates the 20th anniversary of Only Built 4 Cuban Linx...! Can it still be considered among of the greatest rap albums ever released? Is it the single most complete rap album of all time? Did the Wu-Tang Clan as a whole hit their creative peak with this album? Should it be considered an actual solo album or more of a group effort? Did it play a significant role in establishing filmmaker John Woo as a cult figure in the United States? Did it single handedly establish “Mafioso rap” as a viable subgenre? What makes it stand out from other, similarly themed rap albums of its time? Should Raekwon continue making sequels to his transcendent masterpiece?
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I was watching the news on Wednesday night after Empire. I noticed that the news castors were talking about Lucious Lion's son being an openly gay hip hop star on the show. They went on to say that his character hopefully broke down doors for opnely gay rappers to come out and I guess market themselves as gay rapper/rappers. It seemed like it was really important to them that somebody, anybody come out and own being gay and and rapping at the same time. I just thought it was a little funny that it's such a priority with them. Anyway this week we going to dice this up. Plus we gonna talk about Kim Davis and her marriage license fiasco in Rowan County, Kentucky. Hit up the link or listen call 646 716 7053 and listen live on the phone.
There are no shortage of Latin music in there world so it is easy to miss a gem here and there. Cuban Nights is one such album. A Salsa musical treat for world music enthusiasts. As the tavel ban withers away, and Americans make plans for long awaited Havana excursion, I decided to pull one of my all time favorite Cuban Salsa compilation CDs. It's hot stuff so be prepared to get yo Bailar ON amigos - Ay!!!! CD is available via amazon.
Mr. Jonze is originally from Watts California; born Christopher L Jones. In 1984, the Jones family moved to Seattle Washington.
Mr. Jonze discovered his passion for music at the age of 16. Mr. Jonze's first published work was released in 1999. He was first featured on a song called Da Twist, on an album titled Save me. Mr. Jonze recorded his first solo song called "Haters", which was placed on a Pointside Records compilation titled "Out Tha Trunk Muzik".
Mr. Jonze has also done work with Choose Up Entertainment, Twomp-0-Six Records, and BigCity Record Fellas recording group, who released "The Shakedown" , a Mr. Jonze & Gangasta Nutt collaboration. Other collaborations that Mr. Jonze has been involved in consist of collaborations with other artists such as Yukmouth, Cocain, and Domino.
In 2006, Mr. Jonze made the decision to go independent by creating a record label called "Smash-Mouth-Muzic" and a publishing company titled "BigJonzePublishing". Mr. Jonze began expanding his education in business in 2011, when he decided to attend "Highline Community College" as a business student. In 2013, Mr. jonze received his Associates of Applied Science Degree.
Mr. Jonze currently attends "Central Washington University", enrolled as a student in the Information Technology Administrative Management (ITAM) program, in pursuit of his bachelor’s degree. Mr. Jonze's drive and passion for music and business helps to keep him a motivated artist and entrepreneur.Make sure you join us,and help make radio revolution.
Catchabodymag.com Presents "She Caught-A-Body Radio" Battle Rap from a Woman's Perspective. Tonight guests Sara Kana & Gracie Maury will be discussing their experiences in a male dominated sport and how they have maintained their status throughout the years. Join us at 9PM CST for the first installment on blogtalkradio.com/catchabodymag and be sure to check our website for battle rap related articles and interviews of new and up and coming battle rappers as well as familiar names. www.catchabodymag.com
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