Four years after her untimely death, the first official trailer for Amy, a documentary about the rise and fall of singer Amy Winehouse has been released. Directed by Asif Kapadia, the doc features never before seen rare footage of Amy, unreleased music, and exclusive interviews. Although fans of the British singer who died at age […]
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Ryn Weaver. “OctaHate” is featured on Ryn’s forthcoming debut album, The Fool.
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Bishop Neru. “Users” is featured on Bishop’s newest EP, Nehruvia: The Nehruvian.
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Catfish And The Bottlemen. “Homesick” is featured on the band’s debut album, THE BALCONY, which is in stores and available online now.
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Snoh Aalegra. “Emotional” is a dope track with a revamped classic beat, and a smooth black and white video to go along with it. If you watch closely you can even catch Snoh (successfully) channeling a little of the King of Pop with […]
Hip Hop/Neo-Soul duo OSHUN released their debut mixtape, Asase Yaa today in celebration of Earth Day (The name OSHUN pays homage to an Yoruba river deity that represent elements of femininity and womanhood). Asase Yaa is the group’s latest offering since their debut EP, AFAHYE released last year around this time. According to OSHUN’s website, with their […]
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Marc. E Bassy. “Stick To Your Guns” has a relevant message and a cool vibe. Check it out right here.
Today’s Mute Music Moment of the Day is brought to you by Beanz. “Fountain of Youth” and “Trap Luv” can be found on Beanz’s latest mixtape, Explicit Lyricist. Check out the two-part video below!
Looking for something artsy to do in NYC? Here are three exhibitions that are currently on display, and one on the way. Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic Showing now at the Brooklyn Museum, artist, Kehinde Wiley’s exhibit features Old Master-style opulently colored portraits of contemporary African-American men and women. Kehinde’s portraits are known for inciting […]
Written by David Nazario When the queen of Hip Hop Soul announced that she would be working with singers, songwriters, and producers from the UK to make and release an album called The London Sessions, I like most people wasn’t sure what to think of Mary’s project being made across the pond. How would it […]