Street Dreaming

Street Dreaming With Author Justin Jones

Hip Hop Head and author Justin Jones is currently in the final writing stages of his second book ‘Hip Hop Was Dead: The State of the Culture 2003-2007’. That book covers a 5-year era of Hip-Hop and how the culture was affected during that period. Mr. Jones took some time out, though, to chat with me about his debut book Street Dreaming: Reading Nas’ It Was Written.

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Divine Purpose: Mike E

Divine Purpose: A Chat with Christian Artist Mike E

Virginia-bred artist Mike E got his start in the music industry working with heavyweights like Teddy Riley and The Neptunes. In recent years Mike has moved away from secular and headed more towards Gospel. Mike took some out to chop it up with Reviews & Dunn.

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Shai, Destiny

Flashback Friday Album Retrospective: Shai, Destiny with special guest Dr. Garfield Bright

Contrary to popular belief, nineties R&B group and Howard University alums Shai did have more songs besides “If I Ever in Love”. While that song is their signature tune, Nineties R&B fans can attest to the fact that, “Baby I’m Yours”, “The Place Where You Belong” and the fire remix to ”I Don’t Wanna Be Alone” (featuring Jay-Z) were all bops.  When it came to the ballads and slow jams “Comforter”.

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Soul Singer DirtyWhite

Soul Singer DirtyWhite talks influences, NC BBQ and more

Reviews & Dunn – Growing up in North Carolina, when did you realize that you wanted to pursue a music career?
DirtyWhite – Ahhh….thinking back…probably when I started to realize my voice was a force to be reckoned with. I’d guestimate around the age of 16 or 17, probably maybe a little later. However, I didn’t begin to promote myself until probably 24 or 25 years old actively.

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