Singer and “American Idol” breakout Star Christian Guardino, has taken the country by storm with his soulful sounds and effortless riffs. The 21-year-old first made his way on the scene back in March when he auditioned for “American Idol” performing “A Song for You” by Donny Hathaway. Guardino started his singing career at the age
This week we are talking about our favorite throwback songs, also known as “Oatmeal Songs.” When we were all younger we remember eating oatmeal as a child with music playing in the background. When you hear these songs, you are right back there. What are some Oatmeal Songs from your childhood? Check out our Oatmeals
With the COVID-19 pandemic hitting the world like a ton of bricks, people have turned their attention further into the technological and online world. Everyone at this point is guaranteed to have used Amazon, Door Dash or Zoom at least 20 times within the past year. This increase in online attention also includes social media.
It was unlikely that young Long Islanders Anthony “Ant” Guardado, 24, and Fradin Louis, 25 knew that they were going to co-found a serious media house and production company when they met at the age of seven. But, the Roosevelt natives are doing just that. The former film Nassau Community College students started their media
Did you know that it’s Black Music Appreciation Month? Since its establishment by President Jimmy Carter in 1979, the month of June has been annually dedicated to the celebration of Black music, its origins and its growth in American society throughout the decades. Genres like Jazz, Blues, R&B and Hip Hop all were born through
The Colored Colors Hybrid Art Festival Sponsored by The Vybe Lounge Set to Help Artists Recover from the Pandemic
As vaccinations start to roll out and the world begins to reopen, people are getting back to what they love. For artists and musicians, the pandemic took a huge chunk of business out of the industry. Kierah Thompson, owner of The Vybe Lounge partnered with Colored Colors to help bring revenue back into the community
Artist Analysis: Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, and Drake’s Take On the Social Justice Movement (Op-Ed)
Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West and Drake are the rap triumvirate of this century. Apologies to the semi-retired Jay Z, and the rapidly declining, rather distasteful Eminem. Their music is listened to by millions of people. Their social media accounts are followed by millions more, and they’ve received a cumulative 153 Grammy nominations. With great power,
Tee Talk interview with Rapper Jay Fly Drippy. Watch as we talk about why he claims being a “Mumble Rapper”, how he is the new Tupac and more.
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