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In a Roy Ayers Project exclusive, the collective of Alexis Davis gives us a free download of their latest tribute to Roy Ayers.
Songstress Jill Scott's excellent career has spanned over a decade, and along the way she has proven herself as one of the great singers of this generation. Fortunately…
30 years after the release of Michael Jackson’s Thriller, we take a look back at a recording lost in the shuffle.
There are few songs that have impacted many different eras and genres like “Wild Flower”. Read to find out what makes this particular version special.
Every family has those stories. You know the ones. They’re recanted over holiday meals and backyard barbeques. With each telling the tale grows slightly more outlandish than the…
With the recent release of Nasir’s open letter to Kelis, let’s take a look back at the original black king scorned.
Of all the conversation surrounding artist Frank Ocean, it always goes back to the music.
Roy Ayers has been known for doing covers for his entire career, and this may be one of his best. Watch him, along with Sam Cooke and Aretha Franklin perform “You Send Me” live.
Although the record cover doesn’t look the part, this album is filled with samples by contemporary artists, and it is brought to you by the great organists Johnny Hammond.
Today is Tupac’s birthday, and we acknowledge the connection of Pac and Roy Ayers.
What is known as the anthem amongst struggle and hardship, and also the most well known Roy Ayers sample, Mary J. Blige’s “My Life” is a legendary recording.
Wiz Khalifa’s tattoo anthem may sound arrogant to some, but one thing is for sure is that this song couldn’t have been made without this 1970’s classic song by The Blackbyrds.
“Vibratiions” was produced during the heart of Roy Ayers’ Ubiquity years, and this particular album is monumental for more reasons than one.
Robert Glasper etches the future of music through a multitude of classic and contemporary sounds on his newest release, Black Radio.
Enjoy the visuals to Yuna’s beautiful song, “Live Your Life”.
Beyoncé brings the Bebop aesthetic to the present as she retraces the roots of jazz in this live performance.
Take a listen to this introductory single from the highly anticipated album from Robert Glasper, featuring the lovely Ms. Erykah Badu.
Even when covering the material of others, Mara Hruby has crafted an unique space on the music scene.
Over 10 years later, Bag Lady is still a recording like no other, and here are a few reasons why.