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Positivity and mellow spirits filled UCLA’s intramural sports field for day one of this year’s UCLA Jazz/Reggae Fest Sunday. Most importantly, I enjoyed some quality hydroponics along with viewing some great performances from both veteran and emerging artist and before Snoop Dogg a.k.a. Lion a.k.a. Snoopzilla...

Making her way over to the West Coast, she hit up at newly popular downtown LA smoke spot The Vape Supply Co for an intimate performance. With attendees packing the large basement space, Little Simz preached her gospel through already buzzing tracks “Enter The Void”...

Influenced by a plethora of music genres locally and abroad, British alternative soul singer-songwriter Kadija Kamara cites everyone from The Beatles to Stevie Wonder as artists she admires. “I think good music is just good music written from the heart,” Kamara adds. “If you are...

September of last year, SoulTrain.com premiered the debut video for UK Alternative R&B duo Dora Martin entitled “Skyline.” The monochrome visuals gave a classy vibe to what members Cherri Voncelle and Jermaine Riley were delivering vocally. Popular R&B site Singersroom described the track as a “continuous top synth creates...

New Orleans MC 3D Na’tee (real name Samantha James) has been on quite a journey to rap’s mainstream. A former fixture in the city’s battle scene, she’s been growing her empire as a solo artists since the release of her 2007 debut mixtape3’s Company Vol.1:...

Three years ago, Issa Rae released episode one of her groundbreaking and award winning web series The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl. Entitled “The Stop Sign,” the premiere began with Rae’s character, J, rhyming hilariously to a song dubbed “Booty Shawts.” Featuring a beat that wouldn’t feel...

Comedic stories of scorned women joining together to seek revenge against evil men is nothing terribly new to film. Early examples including Nine to Five and First Wives Club have always been seen as shining examples of the sub-genre. Then there’s Nick Cassavetes’ (John Q and The Notebook) sloppily directed Cameron Diaz...