Love Hip Hop and R&B? Then this video is for you. Naturally 7 sung their way on TED Talk’s stage when they performed their song “Fly Baby.” No, there weren’t any instruments or band. Instead, they used their own vocals to compose a good rhythm. Beatboxing or “vocal play,” as they call it, is one of the things the group is very good at; it paved a way for them to be more creative and unique among any other Hip Hop and R&B groups.
Too much in love with music? Seeking for something that’ll make your players and iPods sound unique, but cool? Looking for an album or compilation that will suit every music genre of your taste? Unsigned Artist Radio Network, under the license of Creative Commons, gives listeners this “Multi Genre Compilation.” This album is comprised of songs written and composed by artists promoted by UARadio.net. This internet radio is very gracious enough to put together 11 songs that will surely make listeners thirst for more not only for the artists featured, but also for their other gifted talents.
We have a star on the rise for you here! Danny "Legacy" Mcbride is a very talented New York artist with a broad musical range. His sound is a fusion of R&B, Pop, Jazz, sometimes even Gospel & Rock. He's been producing local artists since he was twelve years old, learned how to play piano at age five and sang ever since he could speak. He has written or co-written all of the songs on this self-titled album and spent countless hours of recording and producing to bring it to perfection. Some of the songs feature two of his good friends and studio partners - Critical and G-dub.
This album is a compilation of tracks from new, unsigned & independent artists featured at UARADIO.NET. It's also the first (and it looks like one of many to come in different genres) legally distributed over P2P network under Creative Commons license. This compilation has 4 new, unreleased and never before heard tracks from Corey Clark, an American Idol finalist and some great tunes from Dramatiq, Carmen Liana Alexander Darryl, KDENCE & Fredrick Dare.
Tiara has been singing since she was a child and it seems like she can't imagine her life any other way. She grew up in Pittsburgh, PA singing in a choir and on her own all the way up to her senior year of high school, but her career really took of when she moved to Washington D.C. to attend Howard University. She started meeting people like-minded people who loved music as much as she did, giving her the confidence to work even harder towards her dream. Not much later Tiara met her current manager, Mic Sean, at one of D.C. music venues and everything started falling into its right place.