Bonfire ATL is bringing live music to the stage. Their official house band, Nobody Band, accompanies some of their featured music artists each week.
The rapper DuffleBag Nate may be based in Kansas City, but he is been hitting up all the major cities promoting his new mixtape titled “12:03.” This has major significance to him because it’s also his birthday. DuffleBag Nate also created Dr. Duffle, which he explains in our interview.
Maryland native Seff Breezy has been writing music since he was a teenager. For a short period he switched gears, became a fashion model and began traveling the world, but when Covid 19 set in Seff Breezy got back to his love of writing and recently released his new single “LA Nights.”
Toronto-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Francesco Yates says in order to break the rules, you must first learn them. Yates’ amazing stage performance and vocals show and prove his range as an artist. His EP, Francesco Yate, is streaming now on all platforms.
Rolling out spoke with Billboard charting music producer Danny G about his brand and industry experience. The conversation is part of our “Making Smoke” series, in partnership with Backwoods.
Rolling out recently spoke with Billboard charting music producer, Primo Beats, about his brand and musical style. The conversation is part of our Making Smoke series, in partnership with Backwoods.
Terry Hunter had a surprise for the attendees of the 30th annual Chosen Few Picnic in Chicago. He debuted the official remix for Beyoncé’s new song “Break My Soul.” Terry was tapped to do the remix by Beyoncé and her team soon after the original dropped.
Fresh off releasing her COPY & Paste EP and ahead of her RIDE Conference appearance, Jilly Anais spoke with rolling out in Los Angeles at Angel Brinks’ BET Awards weekend fashion show.
BBK Phat created a song produced by Mr. Hanky titled “Feel Good.” Weeks before Father’s Day, he and his 9-year-old daughter created the “Father Daughter Song” featured on his Instagram page.
Kevin Robertson, aka “K-Rob” is the product of a musical dynasty that spans over a half-century in the personage of the legendary Isley Brothers. In 1985, members Isley-Jasper-Isley released the soul-soothing classic “Caravan of Love,” which K-Rob has rerecorded during a time of tumult in America.
Influenced by her Japanese and Korean heritage, soul artist Pisceze says she’s a mix of a little of everything when it comes to music. With the release of her single “Red Handed,” Pisceze is ready for whatever comes next. “Red Handed” is available on all streaming platforms.
Hip-hop artist G Herbo, who performed at the 14th Annual Roots Picnic in Philadelphia, discusses what inspired him to rap, growing up in the rap game, how fatherhood has helped him mature, and how he is helping his community.
Singer Suzann Christine discusses recording a song inspired by Sandra Bland, the healing power of music, shares her musical inspirations, discusses her style, and working with legendary artists following her performance at the 14th Annual Roots Picnic in Philadelphia.
Singer and musician Jordan Hawkins talked with rolling out after performing at the 14th Annual Roots Picnic in Philadelphia. He discussed how he began singing, praying with Kirk Franklin, being inspired by Prince and Lauryn Hill, and sharing the stage with Summer Walker and Mary J. Blige.
Philadelphia rapper Kur, who is signed to Meek Mill‘s Dream Chasers Records, discussed being inspired by 50 Cent and Freeway, and talked about the intensity of his music when rolling out interviewed him after his performance at the 14th annual Roots Picnic.
The 2022 Black Music Honors celebrated urban music with recognition of Tevin Campbell, gospel legends Mary Mary, Keri Hilson, The Whispers and many more. The celebration was hosted by LeToya Luckett and comedian Deray Davis, and will air on Bounce TV June 25 in celebration of Black Music Month.
Perched on her seat with the look and demeanor of Egyptian queen Nefertiti, “trumpetiste” Tiffany Goode ushers us into her latest jazz album which pops like beautiful sparklers on a July summer evening. With her album, 1217, she uses her trumpet to fuse jazz with house, funk and ’80s disco/R&B music, punctuated by the hits […]
Rolling out recently sat down with multiplatinum producer and songwriter Marcos Palacios, popularly known as Kosine, for our Star Studio series. He dished on his journey in the industry, the hits he’s produced, such as Rihanna’s “Birthday Cake,” and his new project, It Takes a Year to Get to Know Me.
Noveliss is a hip-hop artist from Detroit who’s known for his unique style. He recently sat down with rolling out to talk about his love for martial arts and anime, and how he integrated this love into his hip-hop career.
Hai Shawn Martin stopped by rolling out to discuss his new single “Hold Up” featuring Sean Kingston and is joined by music industry veteran Special Ent. Martin, a former Morehouse College football player, who discussed marijuana laws and gave a freestyle.