‘PTSD’ is an open door to the mind of G Herbo

G Herbo has delivered one of the strongest sophomore projects in recent time with PTSD. The so-called sophomore jinx does not appear to be an issue for the Chicago rapper. PTSD is the follow up to his 2017 offering Humble Beast. Herbo has come into his own. Lyrically Herbo maintains his street edge and it’s […]

Storm Reid embraces the challenge in new film, ‘The Invisible Man’

Storm Reid continues to rise in the movie industry. The Atlanta-raised actress has appeared in several prominent films such as A Wrinkle in Time and When They See Us.  In her latest work, Reid co-stars in the remake of the horror classic, The Invisible Man. Reid portrays Sydney Lanier, the daughter of Cecilia Kass’ (Elisabeth Moss) […]

Watch K. Michelle’s dripping wet take on a New Edition classic (video)

K. Michelle’s fifth studio album, All Monsters are Human, is still in the works, but that didn’t stop her and Jazze Pha from delivering a dripping wet rendition of New Edition’s classic, “Can You Stand the Rain.” Just so we’re clear, this is not a remake or your uncle’s version of the track made famous […]

DJ Jamad uplifts the soul and brings the heat

Rolling out’s Master DJ series spotlights DJs recognized in their respective cities who are making an impact in their communities. DJ Jamad was inspired to rock turntables in the 1980s while growing up in Allentown, Pennsylvania. After moving to Atlanta in 1987, he started working to save for college but then changed his mind and enlisted in […]

Atlanta Football Classic takes over Georgia Dome

The Atlanta Football Classic was full of fun and football from the battle of the bands to 2 Chainz performing live. Ludacris; rolling out‘s publisher, Munson Steed; Laz Alonso; LeToya Luckett; Rev. Jesse Jackson; Mayor Kasim Reed and more were in attendance at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Actor Laz Alonso presented two checks for […]

Are you experienced? The 25 greatest classic rock albums

The classic rock era represents what many fans (specifically Baby Boomers) consider the peak of rock music’s artistic ambition and commercial clout. Rock artists were breaking new ground constantly, from the Beatles and Bob Dylan in the late 60s to Pink Floyd and Zeppelin in the mid-70s.

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