Vocalist Luke James and producer TrakGirl connect to create a beautiful tribute to Sade. They cover “Pearls,” a memorable track from Sade’s 1992 album, Love Deluxe. Seeing as how Sade’s birthday is on January 16th, the timing is perfect. James acknowledges that he was “just paying homage to a queen with a queen.” His expressive . . .
TRAKGIRL‘s latest installment of “LUCID,” her creative visual series covering prominent creative minds, features Robin of Vintage Expresso. Each short film highlights the work of the featured creator and TRAKGIRL’s music. Intriguing camera angles and sharp sequencing bring the film to life, as we observe Robin working her magic on an MPC. The video was . . .
This past week of music was filled with great music, but one of the most notable events was the passing of the legendary David Bowie. Known as an innovative figure in music for over four decades, Bowie was impactful as a singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, arranger, painter and actor that we will never forget. . . .
Luke James keeps things moving with a grandiose new single called “Bad News.” Featuring production by Trakgirl and Alex Diiamonds, “Bad News” has a big sound that I could imagine turning a lot of heads when festival season rolls around this spring. Stream “Bad News” below. (2DopeBoyz)
There’s a degree of intangible eloquence that can be felt throughout Anais Aida‘s “Recover.” Part of it comes from the minimalistic instrumental, centering around slightly distorted piano chords. Part of it comes from the NYC singer’s graceful vocal control. Regardless of its origin, the enjoyable, relaxing nature of “Recover” is a great fit for its . . .
I’d be willing to bet that Kanye West is a fan of Mansions On The Moon‘s “Where You Are.” The newly released record has the sort of ethereal, polished, out of this world feel that would have a Young Yeezus nodding his head solemnly in approval as his gold chains gleam in the sunlight. The . . .