Rico Love stopped by The Breakfast Club to promote his new music conference that’s being offered through the Black Expo entitled, We Love Music Conference. This conference was put together in an effort to develop up and coming song writers, producers, artists, managers, etc. It offers classes taught by industry leaders, including a class on the art of songs, taught by Rico Love himself that teaches you the steps you should take in order to make a hit song. Rico also notes that with giving this valuable information in the conference, it will increase the quality of up and coming music and therefore, increase the value of music. We Love Music Conference is very affordable; price point at $175 for 2 days.
Rico Love didn’t just talk about his conference though, he also shared some knowledge/thoughts about the music industry (as he always does). Here are 3 things we learned:
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I was first introduced to Dear Silas at a concert held in Jackson, MS. I was completely blown away by his talent as not only a thought provoking lyricist, but a talented musician. He effortlessly went from rapping to playing his trumpet back to rapping as if such artistry is easy to do. I was undoubtedly amazed and deemed him the “Kendrick Lamar of Jackson, MS”. However, I don’t want to start any comparisons, because he is a star in his own right. I’m so excited to see Silas’s growth into becoming the star I know he is destined to be. Check out his new video for his single “Gullah Gullah Island” and listen to his new project “The Day I Died” below. Continue reading A Rare Talent on the Rise: Dear Silas
One of the most important artists of this generation, Kendrick Lamar, used his platform for a greater purpose yet again at last night’s Grammys. Kendrick is not an entertainer, although his talent and energy foster excitement; he is an artist. As Beyoncé stated before announcing a Grammy award last night,
“Art is an unapologetic celebration of culture through expression.” – Beyoncé.
Kendrick did just that, express his thoughts on what’s happening in the African American community unapologetically while celebrating his African heritage. Continue reading “This is modern day slavery”: Kendrick Lamar’s POWERFUL 2016 Grammy Performance (Video and Lyrics)