I remember listening to No I.D.’s Pray For the Sinners, and immediately flipping through the CD’s liner notes to see where the head nodding sample originated. By this point, Hip Hop had become an entryway
There have been many contributors to BamaLoveSoul since it’s inception in 2008. Thank you all for your time, talent and musical contributions!
Honestly, when it comes to music, if you tell me Roy Ayers is involved, you’ve already captured my attention. “Originally released back in 2006 as part of the Roy Ayers Virgin Ubiquity Remixed project, Mr.
At around 95BPM, Roy Ayers’ We Live in Brooklyn has always been a tune that is guaranteed to get you a headnod when it plays. Swedish producer Opolopo completely changes that with his “tweak” which
DJ Cam’s output has been phenomenal to say the least, so much so, that I have been unable to keep up with all of the releases. Diggin is one that was released earlier this year
After allowing Vikter Duplaix to tease every Bilal fan under the sun with a remake of the Stevie Wonder classic, “Too High” last Friday, Mr. Oliver just unleashed the full mixtape on his Facebook page.
Terence’s album, Choices, dropped August ’09 and I completely overlooked it, which is both good and bad. Good because this is really satisfying the jazz jones I’ve been having lately but bad because I’ve been