The New Orleans Tourism Marketing Corporation (NOTMC) and the New Orleans Multicultural Tourism Network (NOMTN) are coordinating to give New Orleans local musicians a first-of-its-kind musical showcase at the 25th Anniversary ESSENCE Festival. The showcase will take place as the final event during ESSENCE Festival NOLA Media day on Thursday, May 30, 2019. Musicians will compete online […]
Louisiana artists once again made their presence known at official SXSW showcases.
If there is anything “elevator” related to Splinter, it would be that it has ups & downs, but all are positive in effect and affection.
According to TMZ, the Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing Arts is increasing security and social media monitoring ahead of Kodak Black’s performance on Thursday. The added security measures are being taken after Kodak took to the mic at a recent show in Miami calling Lil Wayne a “fuckin’ maggot” when he apparently felt slighted […]
The Grammy’s red carpet is often a place artists choose to make bold fashion statements. However, it’s rare that those bold statements are also political.
This unique, supervillan-themed band is fun in every way and certainly something to see.
If you’re looking for something new, different, and definitely progressive to do tonight, you might way to consider the Afrobeat meets Bollywood event happening at Cafe Istanbul. The event is hosted by Dance United, a group that brings various music styles, DJs, and people together to celebrate unity in diversity.
The New Orleans Police Department has identified a person of interest in the fatal shooting of New Orleans rapper Young Greatness.
Music is culture in New Orleans. People from around the world visit the city to recognize the work of Louis Armstrong and the origination of jazz. New Orleans, however, is also home to southern rap. Major record labels (Cash Money and No Limit) have originated out of New Orleans’ projects. These labels have provided opportunity, bringing fame and fortune to some of New Orleans most impoverished residents.
Chris Thomas King responds to his new album, Hotel Voodoo, not being eligible for a Grammy Award in the Blues category.
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