J. Cole to presented fans in 10 different cities with an intimate concert experience thanks to his “Dollar & A Dream Tour. J. Cole . He performed some classics from the Warm Up to Born Sinner, and If you didn’t get a chance to check out any his shows, below is a little clip of what went down in Miami, New York and closing off in Toronto and Detroit. The watch the whole series of video click HERE Continue Reading
Unfortunately, the band, who where greatly missed didn’t make it to the show because of the flight delays. However, DJ Dummy and J Cole still managed to put on a great show for Radio One’s Big Weekend in Ireland.
In 2008, J. Cole released his first-ever mixtape The Come Up, and with it, “Dolla & A Dream” — a song about how he persevered despite his father’s absence throughout his life, and one that’s inspired sequels in subsequent releases. While his new album Born Sinner won’t feature such a song, he’s offering the next best thing: a ten-city Dollar & A Dream tour. Continue Reading
DJ Dummy will be doing five shows in Europe this month as he reunites with Karriem Riggins so it you are any where in Paris, Ghent, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Stockholm or Gothenburg make sure you go down and check it out. If you dont know about Karriem Riggins its time you learned a little something. Continue Reading
Following his remix to Jay-Z’s “Open Letter,” Common, the Chi-town spitter pays homage to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, on this record. Common jumps on this rework of Chris Brown’s smash hit “Fine China” retooled by DJ Dummy and 9th Wonder. This huge hit just got even more soul with this new remix.
After the successful release of his previous album which included the singles “Heartbeat” (BBC Radio 1Xtra ʻBest of Britishʼ track), “Dreams” (supported by 1Xtra, Radio 1, Clyde 1 and more) and “Protect Myself” (BBC Radio 1 Introducing Playlist), Ghanaian/UK based hip-hop artist Kobi Onyame returns with the first double offering from his forthcoming album – Greener Pastures. Continue Reading
Kim Hill may not be a name that you’ve heard in a long time, but this indie veteran is dipping her toe back in the music pool and is ready to swim a few more laps. If you remember pre-Fergie Black Eyed Peas before they became too corny and too pop to stomach, then you’ll remember Hill being featured extensively on their debut album, Behind the Front. Continue Reading