He was revered. He was despised. Some saw him as a guardian of civil rights, a force of empowerment and self-respect for blacks in America. Others branded him a provocateur, a racial supremacist and a menace. His words, incisive and unforgiving had the capacity to unite – and divide. Continue reading
In the film documentary Saint John Coltrane – A Love Supreme – BBC Documentary (2004) Alan Yentob examines the legend of jazz saxophonist John Coltrane whose obsession with music is matched by an equally obsessive following all over the world. Continue reading
DNA Show have been good friends with Kenny for years and finally able to have to schedules align and get over to his house to see one the greatest sneaker collections in the world. DNA Show we dive into 2500 pairs of shoes.
Amazon Music’s The Birth of Biggie: 25 Years of Ready to Diefollows the Notorious B.I.G.at the crucial moment when he was transitioning from unsigned hype to the rap superstar he’d become. Continue reading
Heatwave! New York City is getting ready to become steamy, hot, and sticky- yeah summer in NYC is the best! We have great events indoors and out. There is interactive art on Randall’s Island, Dance in Central Park and on Fire Island, and a jazz brunch in Harlem. Here are a few of the many events happening in the city that never sleeps, guaranteed to keep you Out and About.Continue reading
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