Archive for the ‘music’ Category

While catching up on my Google reader posts I ran across this trailer for the “The Great Gatsby”. I have to say the film looks dope! Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobay Maguire pulled me in to the trailer and I can’t wait to see the full film. Can I get a little advanced screening love guys?

Another interesting item of note is the partnership between Jay-Z, Jeymes Samuel and his band, The Bullitts to score The Great Gatsby. With Pharrell scoring Descpicable Me, Rick Ross and other’s on Django Unchained’s soundtrack, and David Banner, who very randomly scored a couple tracks on the Footloose remake in 2011. Hip Hop is becoming more than oscar syrup for pimp pancakes (read 3 Six Mafia & Hustle and Flow). @jamilbuie

I have been a vocal fan of Ryan Leslie for some years now. I joined his movement when I hosted a listening session at an agency I was working at. Ryan along with another rising star named Suai came by and tore it down. For a conference room performance Ryan played it like he was the Sydney opera house.

His work ethic is honest and it can be seen and heard.

Take a break in your day and check out this fan edited video outlining the creation of Ryan’s latest album “Les is More”. From the Studio session to European tour dates you’ll see the album develop.

For more info visit http://ryanleslie.com/

New joint from Rick Ross feat. Dr. Dre and Jay-Z  “3 Kings” @buie
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It’s been a long time, sorry I left you….you know the rest. If you don’t, Look it up. Alright lets get back in the groove with a music video clip I ran across. Moment of reflection remember when there used to be video shows? MTV. VH1. The Box. THE BOX!!! Any way peep “It’s On” and let me know what you think. – @buie

I’ve been a fan of Chester French since their original mixtape dropped. I’m a huge fan of their sound and the diverse range of influences and collaborators. With this track the guys step out on a limb with a strong track that is sure to hit a never in some and a heartstring in others.

The Karmaloop description of the video “Black Girls,” Chester French’s honest and bold new single, meets a stunning video by acclaimed fashion photographer Francesco Carrozzini. The video stars the multi-talented Rie Rasmussen and Jodie Smith, who bring life to the band’s unabashed, hard-hitting celebration of feminine beauty and interracial love.”