Marlon McClain – In grade school, like many students, I learned how to play the recorder or flutophone. I eventually graduated to the clarinet, and in the 7th grade I became fascinated with the guitar and asked my mother to get me one– she surprised me with one for Christmas.
Reviews & Dunn -What was the inspiration behind your recently released single “Radio?”
Deborah Bond – Producer/Saxophonist Trey Sorrells passed me the beginning ideas for the track and said he envisioned a song that was geared for listeners on the radio.
Corey Clark is a 2 time R.I.A.A. Certified Gold Recording Artist who has placed #1 twice on the Billboard Charts. Corey has been in the music industry for over two decades in numerous facets. Corey is known for his second season American Idol appearance and 2005 solo album. Mr. Clark took time out of his recording schedule to chop it up with Reviews & Dunn.
Music duo Tru-Skoo took some time off from recording to chop it with Reviews & Dunn.
Reviews & Dunn – How did you two meet?
Carmelo Jenkins – It was in the year 2009 that I met Diggy Fontaine (aka Jazz Digga) at a local music event that we both performed at, as solo artists in Seattle.
Reviews & Dunn: Growing up, who were some of your favorite authors?
Vicki Kelly: Steven King, Ann Rice, Dean Koontz, and Brian Lumley.
Reviews & Dunn: When did you realize that you wanted to be a writer?
Vicki Kelly: 14 years old.
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Reviews & Dunn: Name five MC’S (from any time, dead or alive) you would love to do a Posse cut with? Nutta Butta: A posse
In our last interview, Nutta Butta spoke about his early life and how he got his start. Part 2 will reveal why he decided to
Harlem Born MC Nutta Butta took time out of his busy schedule for an interview with Reviews & Dunn. Here is part 1 of a
Part 2 of my interview with Aqil Davidson Reviews & Dunn: August 25th 1992, the classic “Rump Shaker” hits the airwaves. How was it working
Aqil Davidson took time out on working on new music to chop it up with Reviews & Dunn. This is the first of a two
Reviews & Dunn: Thank you for taking the time to speak with me. How did The SANTIAGO Firm come about? Melinda Santiago: It came about
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