When I started my day last Friday, there were a few things that ran across my mind. One of them definitely being I gotta listen to that new Cardi B album. After getting my first listen in – and another to get ready for the night – it wasn’t until our Slack channel started blowing
She might be unstoppable. Cardi B has been an unstoppable force lately, and for those who can’t get enough of her, she’s released “Drip,” her latest single from upcoming album, Invasion of Privacy. She’s working with Migos again, but this time, swapping places from “Motorsport,” she’s taking the dominant role, – appropriately – since it
If played back-to-back, these combos could be life-threatening. 1. “Whistle While You Twerk” – Ying Yang Twins 2. “Shake that Monkey” – Too $hort feat. Lil’ Jon 3. “Pop That” – French Montana feat. Rick Ross, Drake, Lil’ Wayne 4. “Back that Ass Up” – Juvenile feat. Mannie Fresh, Lil’ Wayne 5.
Now that Post Malone’s ‘rockstar’ seems to have run its course on the radio, it can be placed forever in the canon alongside all other rockstars singing about rockstars. Ever since the greatest mashup of all time and my favorite video of 2017, I’ve been obsessed with finding a true victor of the Rockstar battle.
“The Blackness.” That is the first lyric you hear off “Optimistic,” from gospel group, Sounds of Blackness — an ideal name for this collection if it wasn’t already taken. Recently, there has been a reemergence of black artists being more upfront about who their music is for and what it is about: the black community. Before, it
ANOTHA ONE…we’ve got you covered with this list of the greatest producer tags in the game. Producers have put themselves at the forefront of the rap game, and they’re more recognizable than ever. Beatmakers like Metro Boomin and Murda Beatz sometimes steal the spotlight from the artists they’re collaborating with. Their sound is distinguishable thanks to
Tired of watching the same boring music awards year after year? Here at UTIOM, we have a solution, or at least some award categories you actually care about. We even put together our own voting committee for this.
Black Smoke Rising is full of 70’s influences, with catchy, heart-pounding guitar riffs, organ/keyboard, and high-ranged powerhouse vocals. This isn’t to say there’s nothing original — the band has their own sound, mixing old blues, soul, and rock music together.
With some of the biggest shows like Game of Thrones and The Crown still relying on this musical launch, I decided it was time to revisit some of the greatest TV theme songs ever used. At some point, TV theme songs became a rare art. Traditionally, before you could settle into an episode, there was a 30-second to a
There once was a time when a young Beyoncé Giselle Knowles would promote a new single or an album. She would appear on shows like MTV’s TRL (Total Request Live) or even perform on BET’s 106 & Park, and you’d be like, “Oh, this song sounds great, I can’t wait for the album. It’s coming