12/2/22 O&A NYC SONG OF THE DAY SPECIAL: Burna Boy – Alone From Black Panther: Wakanda Forever – Music From and Inspired By

 

Alone is by Burna Boy for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Music From and Inspired By. Burna Boy joined legendary music composer Ludwig Grönssan to make this amazing movie soundtrack. Continue reading

11/28/22 O&A NYC SONG OF THE DAY SPECIAL: Irene Cara – Fame Theme Song

Soundtrack from the 1980, Alan Parker film Fame with Paul McCrane, Irene Cara, Barry Miller, Maureen Teefy, Gene Anthony Ray, Lee Curreri, Jim Moody, Albert Hague, Antonia Franceschi, Anne Meara, Laura Dean, Joanna Merlin, Boyd Gaines, Eddie Barth and Debbie Allen.This is tribute to Irene Cara, she left us a couple days ago but never forgotten. Continue reading

12/22/21 O&A NYC WITH WALESTYLEZ SONG OF THE DAY: Koffee – They Harder They Fall

Mikayla Simpson better known as Koffee is a reggae artist from Spanish Town, Jamaica. She released her debut single Burning in 2017 and in 2019 signed with Columbia Records. Her 2019 EP Rapture won the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards, making Koffee the youngest person and only woman to be awarded in the Best Reggae Album category. Continue reading

12/3/21 O&A NYC SONG OF THE DAY: Darlene Love – All Alone On Christmas

All Alone on Christmas is a song written  by Steve Van Zandt and recorded by Darlene Love with members of both The E Street Band and The Miami Horns. It was originally featured on the soundtrack of  Home Alone 2: Lost It NewYork. Continue reading

9/28/21 O&A NYC SONG OF THE DAY:SZA – The Anonymous One “Soundtrack”

SZA is a Neosoul artist from St.Louis,Missouri,she began making music in 2010, releasing two extended plays See.SZA.Run and S before signing with the Hip Hop record label Top Dawg Entertainment, through which she released Z, her third EP and first retail release. Continue reading

3/18/21 O&A NYC THROWBACK THURSDAY: Chris Brown – Say Goodbye

Say Goodbye by R&B artist Chris Brown.Released on August 8, 2006, from his self titled debut album, the song is also featured in the movie Step Up. It became Chris Brown’s third top-ten single on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at number ten on October 31, 2006 and the second single of his career to top the R&B charts. Continue reading