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This live performance of The Crusaders is a great example of the funk that they provided for music.
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…
Check out the late great Grover Washington Jr. in this 1981 performance in Philadelphia.
In the spirit of everything Brasil, here is a reintroduction to the brief, but timeless era of Tropicália, courtesy of Sa-Ra’s Om’Mas Keith.
Overlooked by mainstream media, this profound single is one that incorporated art, music, and message.
DJ Haylow is releasing his first mix in two years, and this one comes equipped with a promotional video to help you understand where his new project is coming from.
Taking a moment out to eulogize one of our most important figures, forty-five years later.
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.
In the legendary career of Michael Jackson, one work stands out amongst the rest, finding an artist who manages to capture our emotions and demand our attention.
Here is a great video of Stanley Turrentine that bridges a musical gap of over 40 years.
Ed O.G. and Da Bulldogs give a thoughtful message over a classic Roy Ayers sample.
Today is Tupac’s birthday, and we acknowledge the connection of Pac and Roy Ayers.
The Roots Picnic is a staple of the Summer concert circuit. Beyond the live performances, this years event served as an anthropological trip through Hip-Hop’s growing generational gap.
We all know about Shaft, but here is another soundtrack by Isaac Hayes that be even better.
Erule is not a household name in hip hop, but this could be the best Hip Hop song that has ever been produced using a Roy Ayers sample.
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.