Nick DiMattia is a Singer/Songwriter from South Jersey who has had a passion to pursue and create music from a very young age. From learning how to play guitar before learning to walk and participating in multiple music groups in elementary school, music has always been a huge part of his life. His influences growing up include many Rock n Roll guitarist such as Saul Hudson (Slash), Angus Young, Jimmy Page, and many more. At the age of 14, he discovered a whole new level of technology with music when he was introduced to Loop pedals. He began studying master loop artist that use nothing but a foot pedal to build up beats and melodies on the spot to create a much more interesting performance. Nick is a signed artist under the label “Nice Rack LLC”, founded by his manager, Drea Young. Nick and Drea released their first professional project “DEANO” on November 27th (Nick’s 20th birthday). The project is a six song EP named after Nick DiMattia’s father who passed away when he was only 3-years-old. “Deano” holds six original songs by Nick that carry a mix of Alternate and Hip-Hop with the production of “Savage Machine”. Currently, Nick says he’s excited for everyone to here a new upcoming project named “SunBurn”.
Fresh into the 2017 new visual and further maturity. B Morgan has definitely come a long way since his contract with Universal Records under ‘Dezi B’ and he’s here to show it.
B Morgan has a pretty extensive resume. He’s written for stars like Sammie, Mary J. Blige, Faith Evans, Mario, etc… He‘s also toured with French Montana, The Dean’s List Tour and Chitlin Circuit Tour.
The Jamaica born Bronx bred artist is now signed with MorValue and is working on debut album.
So where are we now?
Well have you peeped his new visual above?
His rendition of LL Cool J’s “Who Do You Love” was far from disappointing. As a fan, I was hoping he’d do him justice. Thank gosh for hope, right?
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Jimmy Fallon said the show went “off the rails,” but really it was more like “unchained.” “Django Unchained” star Jamie Foxx dropped by “The Tonight Show” on Tuesday to talk about his new album and just completely took over during “Wheel of Musical Impressions.” Fallon held his own by breaking out some Barry Gibb and Bruce Springsteen, but Foxx’s versions of John Legend singing the Toys “R” Us jingle and Jennifer Hudson singing “On Top of Spaghetti” stole the show. That’s right. Foxx did a spot-on Jennifer Hudson impression, and it’s so good, it’ll make you think he had the wrong role in “Dreamgirls.”
If you missed Jay Z’s “B Sides” concert! You know I always have your back! Enjoy!
Currently performing live at his B Sides concert over at Terminal 5 in New York City, Jay Z has been keeping fans at the edge of their seats as he continues to bring out surpises guests as well as performing never before heard verses and classics. During the night, Mr. Carter performed a “Tidal Freestyle” where he tooks shots at Yotube and Spotify. He also mentions Freddie Gray, Trayvon, amongst of plenty other people and items we’re well fond of.
Hey now — Don’t let your day start without watching Ariana Grande and Miley Cyrus dress up as a unicorn and a mouse and cover a Crowded House song. The two divas joined forces on a green, blow-up couch to sing “Don’t Dream It’s Over” for Miley’s Backyard Sessions.
From the onesies to the flower-power plush pillows to the “flirting” to the adorable hug at the end — everything about this video makes me want to squeal.
Miley has been collaborating with a number of artists to bring awareness to her Happy Hippie Foundation. Each video she releases on Facebook has a link to donate to the nonprofit organization, which provides support services to homeless youth. She’s sung with Joan Jett and Laura Jane Grace, doing covers of The Replacements and Dido.
You can donate to the Happy Hippie Foundation here.
Everybody knows I love CB! So whenever I see a performance… I have to post it! Hope you enjoy!
Chris Brown & Fabolous perform “Ready” Live at Hot97 Summer Jam XX
Beyoncé, Ed Sheeran & Gary Clark Jr. perform a tribute to Stevie Wonder during the Grammy-Sponsered tribute, “Songs in the Key of Life – An All-Star Salute.”
REBEL HEART album featuring “Living For Love,” “Ghosttown,” & “Devil Pray” out now.
”Rebel Heart could be Madge’s best album since 1998’s Ray of Light.” – People Magazine