Music Studio

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Music Business – Meet Founder of New Artist Model: Dave Kusek

Dave Kusek is the Artist Development Manager at New Artist Model and Senior Partner at Digital Cowboys Consulting. He was Vice President at Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he created Berklee Online, the world’s largest music school reaching over 30,000 students in 170 countries. In 2013 he founded the New Artist Model as … Continue reading

Watch: Dangerous Lee’s Top 10 Power Outage Jams

First Hiccup of 2015!!! Yesterday afternoon our electricity was cut off (due to late/non-payment) and was not turned back on until 11am this morning. Thanks mom! Needless to say we froze our asses off! We borrowed a space heater from the rental office that was absolutely no help in keeping us warm but we bundled … Continue reading

Top Story: Music – Jerz Jo is About Much More Than Just ‘Cream’

By L. Burner Jerz Jo is not your typical independent hip hop artist. He doesn’t wait for permission. He simply envisions a power move then executes! This Jersey native had the fortitude to put himself in a position to not only approach Hell Rell from the legendary Dipset but successfully snag him for a feature. … Continue reading

Don’t Ask What You Can Do For The Homeless, Ask What They Can Do For You

I got nothing. Just check this article out – Homeless Man Offers All His Money To Help Student Get Home, But What She Did In Return Is Spectacular | If You Only News. Listen as you read:

With All Due Respect: Bette Midler’s remake of “Waterfalls” is GAWD awful

She looks good, tho!

My two cents on the Blurred Lines lyric “controversy”.

Originally posted on Author Dana Ellington Myles:
I keep reading about how Robin Thicke’s song, Blurred Lines is “rapey” in nature.  I’ve listened to it, I’ve read the lyrics. I’ve read countless articles and posts. And I’m sorry, I’m not seeing it.  There are plenty of songs I’ve heard – mostly rap, mostly by African-American…

Dangerous Lee Interviews Collette McLafferty: Singer Sued For Not Looking or Sounding Like P!nk

From XOJane.com: He spoke of watching my videos on YouTube, being “appalled” and “immediately hating” my singing. Despite 13 allegations ranging from “Conspiracy for Fraud” and “Tortious Interference” the following stood out like a sore thumb: “Defendant McLafferty was ‘too unattractive’ to front” this kind of band. “Pink is a visually striking woman,” it read … Continue reading

Nobody Famous Releases New FREE Music – Delusions Run Deep

I released a project today. Basically, it’s an audio representation of my last 8 or so months. There is a story behind every song…that’s why some are dark and seething, while others are passionate and uplifting. Get headphones for the studio! Musically, it’s my attempt to make electronic based music soulful by injecting raw emotion … Continue reading

Music – The D List: Na’Fear – Inspired by Pain

Na’Fear is set to take the industry by storm with his unique approach to sharing his inspirational journey from homeless to hip hop, from a man in prison to a man with a vision, chronicled in his autobiography and accompanying soundtrack both entitled “Inspired by Pain!” The title single from the soundtrack is a moving … Continue reading

If You Don’t Support Michael Jackson’s Xscape You Don’t Get What He Stood For

And, quite frankly you’re missing out. There are more than a few bangin’ tracks on the CD and it’s much much better than the “Michael” project that was released a few years back. I am actually pleasantly surprised that I am so into this project. I didn’t expect to like it so much. My favorites … Continue reading

A Small Peek At My Eclectic Music Taste

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Top Story: Infographic – 15 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Michael Jackson

He was born in 1958, not 59!

Sometimes I want to run out in the rain naked and scream.

I Miss Making Love Like This


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