Music Monday | International Superstar Lili Rocha releases sophomore album, “Into the Fire” on iTunes Europe & Asia
Just one year after the tremendous success of her 1st english record, comes a brand new album that showcases Lili Rocha’s versatility as an artist – one who effortlessly dabbles into all styles of music, including salsa, reggae, folk, and rock.
This week Music Choice added Kanye West’s Graduation to their playlist. Kanye’s personal life has overshadowed his music for quite some time but we have to give credit where it’s due – the man makes good music. Collectively, as a society, we had a hard time forgiving him for ruining Taylor Swift’s moment during the 2009 MTV VMA’s. Then we were magnetically drawn during the Amber Rose days. Now, we’re critical about the Kim Kardashian choice.
MUSIC MONDAY: Aboriginal Music Week Bursts with Artists’ Bold New Energy, November 2011 in Winnipeg, Manitoba
The heyday for Aboriginal artists is now. With centuries-old fiddle tunes unreeling beside bumping club beats, with killer flow rocking the mic beside gritty guitar blues, there’s never been more creative space for young people of First Nation/Native American, Inuit, and Métis (mixed European and First Nation) heritage. They can sing their roots, weave newfound urban communities, and dance beyond stereotypes…
9/11 DEDICATION TO THE LIVES THAT WERE LOST A DECADE AGO
MUSIC MONDAY SURF MUSIC *2 classic surf oldies plus a modern pop ballad infused with surf pop Colbie Caillat, “I Never Told You” (CALIFORNIA ) 2010 | Beach Boys, “Surfin’ USA” (CALIFORNIA) 1963 | Ronny & the Daytonas, “I’ll Think of Summer” (TENNESSEE) 1966
When Malian singer-songwriter Rokia Traore goes west: