Paige Howard. A movie that was written and shot by the Oklahoma City team Daily Devotion became more than just a movie. The Christmas Eve premiere was shown in a local theater room in Oklahoma City. And by the end of the movie it was clear that more was on the line than awards and accolades. There are still real life consequences. Consequently it was when you really stopped and looked around the room that you noticed the people who were genuinely happy to see each other, and genuinely proud of the team of people that had put so much into a project. As the movie ended and the applause from the audience began, it was nothing but love that filled the theater room. This was an important moment in time. This same feeling is most felt on the Paige Howard Soundtrack that became more than just a soundtrack. It became a celebration of the bridge that was built between Oklahoma City and Tulsa, the perfect "Love Affair".
Lookin like legacy, she lookin like phedamines,
Hakeem Eli'juwon is back with his latest video "5:30" off his 5-track project "PLACID" that was released earlier this year. Anyone that knows of Hakeem's work knows that he has the ability to put out multiple projects in a single year that only rivals artist like Curren$y who shocked the world last your with the release of 12 projects in one year, and didn't slow down this year either by releasing at multiple projects this year. Hakeem Eli'juwon has dropped projects this year including a recently released 5-track project called "Trill Status" and has been featured on numerous tracks including Keezy Kuts song "Michelangelo" (read the article here)
Alkaline Water. Is it better for you? Is it just another well-marketed sugar water? Well the jury is still out. But when it comes to Keezy Kuts latest video Alkaline there's no question the benefits of this track.
What A Time To Be Alive! No time more than now has artists and celebrities lives been on display. This can be attributed to some of our favorite social media sites like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and SnapChat. Here's a quick history lesson of how we got here: Wayyyy back in the day before social media existed there were only newspapers and magazines that gave you a small glimpse into what really was only what the artists wanted you to see. Then there came TV shows like MTV and BET that showed you a glimpse even more into artists and gave you an idea of artist's mannerisms and personas as approved by their publicists and PR team. But the problem with both of these methods is that it often took a while for news to break because only after being funneled by program directors and show schedules. That's all changed with the introduction of social media. Celebrities and artists are now beamed to millions of screens and with the push of a button anything from pictures, to words, to videos can be shared instantly. And if you know anything about the internet then you know that once somethings on the internet then it's there forever. Ask Kevin Hart.
Throughout music it's taken more than words to pack stadiums. Simply words is not enough. It takes something more. Something that moves you. Something that sweeps across the nation. And that has people of all ages talking. I'm talking about feeling. That Feeling as sang by James Brown and other great R&B vocalists expressed the feelings of the people. And it would be these people that would spend their hard earned money to relive the first time they heard some of the most iconic voices and vocal performances. Chris Richardsson is an artist looking to become a great and his latest single "Feel Good" is step in the right direction.
Covert Run is a band from Chicago that considers their style of music to be Alternative/Pop which can be heard in the tracks they select. The band consists of three members Daniel Kremer, Jack Lorenz, and John Penrod. And as you can see from their pictures above these musicians take their craft serious. So lets get to know the group a little.