SECOND POST OF THE DAY
Trying again to institute this feature on a weekly basis. Hold me to it!
In the spirit of spreading the linky love, here’s a roundup of posts I enjoyed over the past week. As I’ve mentioned, I read a lot of blogs and often fall WAY behind. I hope you find some new blogs here to stalk so you can share in my misery!
- My live concert videos are getting lots of artist love here lately! Eric Roberson posted my video from his Inauguration weekend concert on his blog in which he took my camera and recorded himself performing. Mark de Clive-Lowe posted most of my videos on his blog from his show here in DC. You know, the one I raved about. Check em out!
- New music from Muhsinah posted on her Myspace page today. Head on over to Fresh Selects and download a dope new track from her upcoming project Oscillations: The Triangle, which drops in April. Visit her Myspace page for tour dates in US and Europe. She’ll be performing here in DC with Teedra Moses on April 2nd.
- Amel Larrieux is back. Listen to a snippet of the first of many digital tracks she plans to release this year, “Orange Glow.” I think you’ll agree that it’s burning up!
- I don’t care what ya’ll say about Prince, you can’t say he don’t care about us poor folks. He’s releasing a 3-CD set at Target for only $12!
- It’s ladies night over at Soul UK’s new blog. Check out some of the underrated artists he’s feeling these days.
- Join Audio Diva on her journey to discover one new artist a day. Believe me, that is totally easy to do. First up, get to know VV Brown.
- Read Soul Tracks mini-reviews of albums by Jamie Foxx, Kameron Corvet, and Bobby Valentino to name a few.
- I love discovering artists before the folks that are supposed to be up on these things. But glad to know Zaki Ibrahim is getting some shine. Good look for her to be performing at SXSW. Well deserved.
- If you’re local, keep your eye on my concert calendar. I’ll be closing out this week with Alice Russell, Foreign Exchange with J*Davey. Later this month, I’m taking this concert train on the road to the ATL to see Heston and Julie Dexter.