Hailing from St. Louis and now based in Chicago, the rapper first started making music playing drums at an early age. His debut album blkswn was released in 2017 and received widespread praise from artists such as T-Pain and SZA, who both brought him on their respective tours. He has previously played at Lollapalooza and has a slot at Coachella 2019.
Power to the ladies! With everything from old school to R&B to modern trap beats, prepare yourself to be inspired by influential and powerful women who made it despite working in a male-dominated scene.
Janelle Monáe isn’t R&B, hip-hop or pop and her album Dirty Computer is structured to tell a story, but manages to be consumable in pieces. Something that not many artists have mastered in the era of streaming music.
One year ago, on a Sunday, somewhere in Oslo, I ran into a fantastic band. The band's energy, humor, and particularly its varied music, drew my attention. The musicians called themselves ‘Frank Znort Quartet’.