Whenever you think of talent, you think of HotLanta! Right?
Florida has talent too! I've been weeding out the trash artists from the good ones. Keep following along and I'll let you know who's great.
Black people have setting trends since the beginning of time. Our swag is undeniable this article will be highlighting the most fashionable influential people from different eras. These are people who I feel influenced the culture tremendously. The first era I wanted to highlight is the fifties:
Our grandparents know him for his music, where he made Calypso mainstream. Popularizing Calypso in the fifties but we know him as an activist who advocates for the advancement of blacks.
The new music that just dropped showcases vulnerability. Men are being more vocal about their feeling which is refreshing instead of the typical misogynistic lyrics. There were a couple of artists who dropped full-blown albums or a couple of singles. Below will be my take on each project:
Drake “Care Package”:
Is a compilation of all Drizzy’s classics that you had search Soundcloud or YouTube for which is a major convenience. How aggravating is it thinking you had the song you wanted, then it’s some trash freestyle? All Drizzy’s day ones are truly thankful that he decided to do...
The music industry is constantly evolving and there are new artists constantly. Most of us are creatures of habit though. Once we find someone, we like then that person is added to our playlist.
Then the rest is history. It’s very seldom that a new person is added unless they’re fire. We live in an age where some people are over-hyped which leads to disappointment. That’s where people like me come in where we weed out the over-hyped and give you quality to add to those music playlists. Some of these artists are mainstream. Others are underground...