Updated weekly, this playlist is a collection of the latest and greatest from artists of all genres of music. We have one rule to our madness, our playlist is meant to be played on shuffle. Ultimately the playlist consists of what’s been in heavy rotation at our office Dream World Studios this week. The highlight track for this week’s playlist is Brooklyn native OG Kareem, with his vibey track titled “Huh?.” If you hear anything you like, save it to your library. Stay up y’all.
Sheffield’s vocals move listeners inward, utilizing her minimalistic soul and R&B vibe to create a welcoming sonic space. She ruminates on love, life, and speaking the truth: “I want people to think about the lyrics,” she says. “I want it to be a meditating moment.” Her debut EP, These Songs Are For Anyone Sick of Earth, explores themes of betrayal, sadness, and tiredness, all held together by hope
Omar Sekou has a chance to sit down with Island/Republic Records artist Lauren Spencer Smith. Last year, with the help of TikTok’s million viewers, Lauren, established herself internationally with her self-released song “Fingers Crossed,” a piece dedicated to a misleading past lover. The single landed top 20 on Billboard Hot 100 in multiple countries, including the US, and the top 10 on the Billboard chart in Spencer-Smith’s native country United Kingdom.
Omar Sekou got a chance to interview Verve Records artist, Sarah Kinsley. To Sarah Kinsley, her new EP “Ascension” is an eternal and ethereal paradise filled with memories she carries close to her heart. She speaks on the project, saying, “we are ascending to the place where everything is alive, where love is bright and fruitful, where memories last forever.”
TreVon Gardner, better known as Skilla Baby, has quickly become a pillar of the Detroit rap scene and the global rap scene. Skilla says “he’s always wanted to make music,” and he introduced his talent to the world in 2015 with his single “Look At Me Now.” After that release, he began to consistently drop by releasing more than 15 singles/EP’s over four years. His 2020 project “Crack Music” features Sada Baby, Babyface Ray, Icewear Vezzo, Bandgang Lonnie, Nef The Pharaoh, and more played a massive part in skyrocketing his musical career.
She recently released her debut E.P, “How To Catch A Falling Knife,” via Interscope/Mogul Vision Records on April 28th, where she describes the E.P. as “not a guide but a question,” shares. “How do you? Here you will find eight songs that resemble eight chapters of my life. Following the loss of my oldest sister and the ending of my first love, I understand yearning, anguish, ruminating, sleeplessness, malaise, yearning, and rinse repeat.
Booths Basement in my opinion, happens to be one of the best podcasts in Denver. The podcast was started two years ago, by Denver native Kalynne Bell also known as Booth. The show allows guests to come on and discuss multiple topics from music, sports, relationships, and more.
California has always been dubbed the “land of dreams,”, especially for entrepreneurs, musicians, and those seeking a career in media. One of the most popular bands in Los Angeles, California’s music scene currently happens to be “The Scarlet Opera.” The five-piece collective has successfully established a unique sound, blending alternative, rock, and pop music into…
Trent The Hooligan, the son of a pastor, was born in Atlanta but was raised between Florida and North Carolina. Trent is living proof that the South still has something to say. OutKast and UGK expanded his imagination, and Trent turned his natural knack for words to make influential rap music that speaks to the…
Since she began her career as a consultant in 2012, she established her name as the music branding and marketing go-to for Denver and the surrounding metro area. Lizzy helps her clients target marketing operations and leverage resources to gain new fans and directly impact sales. Her penchant for challenging, on-the-ground work reinforces her reputation…