World Wide Waves
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Amber Mark - Worth It (Jarreau Vandal Remix)
“Worth It” undermines the ego-driven stories of self-deprecation that we often face, reshaping our “I don’t deserve it” statements into the affirming declaration, “I am worth it”.
Black Spectrum Exhibition [EVENT]
The April 7th - April 28th Black Spectrum exhibition at Aziz Gallerie is a contemporary showcase of adroit Black artists who flourish and thrive independent of the mainstream art world.
The Black Spectrum Exhibit at the Aziz Gallerie [ON SITE + INTERVIEW]
The Black Spectrum Exhibit at the Aziz Gallery is a purposeful illumination of self-effacing Black artists in a space that tacitly flaunts a sanctity for Black arts and culture in and of itself.
Fousheé - single af
Fousheé delivers blissfully tuneful vocals atop dreamy alternative R&B hues, immersing listeners into her infectious confidence and leaving us just as eager to embark on our own journeys of healing.
GABRIEL GARZÓN-MONTANO - JUNGLA
Listen to the French-Colombian artist, Gabriel Garzón-Montano on his record “Junga”, an amalgamation of samples between Drake's "Jungle" and the original song by Montano “6 8”
Jackii Kennedy - Fiona
“Fiona” is a wondrous symphony of lucid vocals and enlivening lyrics that send listeners down a peaceful ride through the wide-eyed beginnings of a relationship in bloom.
The Jai Emm Interview
Wielding her sublime vocal power, indubitably creative nature, and years worth of experiences, Jai Emm is an artist who is undoubtedly carving her name into the stars.
Lala &ce - Parapluie x COLORS SHOW
Sporting an all-white fit and a magnetic sense of casual confidence, the 26-year-old artist utilizes her distinct dialect and bob-and-weave like flow to show the world just what sets her apart from your every-day rapper.
The Moon - We Gon' Be Okay
The Moon’s ethereal ability to captivate and heal are showcased in her most recent release, “We Gon’ Be Okay”, a song the young LA native wrote as a response to the hurt that Black communities are forced to relive again and again when one of our own is robbed of their future by a police officer.
Olivia Dean - The Hardest Part
“The Hardest Part” explores her own emotions with releasing a connection who is no longer able to keep up with her growth, making it very clear that even if she could, she wouldn’t go back to how things used to be.
Pre Kai Ro - Glo Up
Pre Kai Ro is taking the 2020 movement of "flexin' on our exes" that Jhené Aiko incited on her latest album release to a much more introspective level by asking: if you had still loved me, would I have even been able to get to where I'm at now?
Siaira Shawn ft Phabo - Good Luck
““Good Luck” is about loving someone, but knowing they are not ready or equipped to be in a relationship, so you have to let them go. However, the door is still open to trying again if they can get it together. It’s not just “if you love something, let it go” etc. It’s if it’s not right for me, it can’t come back no matter what; With love.”
VanJess - Come Over
Cascading a funky shade of R&B elegance, smooth and sultry vocals, and all the glitz and glam of the 70’s, “Come Over” is easily the beginning of the VanJess takeover; we’re just happy to be a part of it!