1934- Houston Person, Musician
"Who's Last" - The Who (1984)
"Live/1975–85"- Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band (1986)
"The Complete Collection and Then Some..." - Barry Manilow (1992)
"Too Hard To Swallow" - UGK (1992)
"Rage Against the Machine" - Rage Against the Machine (1992)
"Federal" - E-40 (1993)
"Believe" - Cher (1998)
"Soul Survivor" - Pete Rock (1998)
"The Best of 1980–1990" - U2 (1998)
"Different Stages" - Rush (1998)
"Hits"- Spice 1 (1998)
"Manilow Sings Sinatra" - Barry Manilow (1998)
"Tical 2000: Judgement Day" - Method Man (1998)
"Rhythm-al-ism" - DJ Quik (1998)
"Tracks" - Bruce Springsteen (1998)
"Naughty or Nice" - 3LW (2002)
"Late Night Tales: Jamiroquai" - Jamiroquai (2002)
I was recently blessed to chat with the ill lyricist and world renowned & prolific emcee and all around amazing artist Mahogany Jones. Peep the Q&A to gain insight & soak in her wisdom regarding the artistry of Hip Hop.
Download the free eBook from Achickwitbeatz filled with information for independent artists to use to reach their artistic career goals for 2017 and beyond.
I had the chance to catch up with the incredibly talented members of independent music label Truth Tone Records and have a detailed conversation about artistry, working together as a collective to achieve success and building a long lasting legacy.
I created the Rhythm Related Recollections series for music lovers to reminisce on some of their favorite, not so favorite as well as even comical musical moments from 10 or more years ago. The good, the bad and the ugly. Everything plays its part in the tapestry of our appreciation for this beautiful art. Looking for a particular album or artist? Just use the search below. Know something that should be included? Use the comment section below. Also, please feel free to drop a comment to share your memories & thoughts about any given recollection!
Free download of a compilation of music from when I first started doing open mics & shows as well as collaborations with a few of my favorite emcees from Michigan. All tracks produced by me of course. Interested in being on Vol 2? Get at me =o)
Multi-talented and prolific emcee John Robinson aka Lil Sci of Scienz of Life drops some gems for independent artists regarding artistic authenticity, longevity, life philosophies and shares memories from the early days of his career.
In this Q&A, I had the opportunity to connect with 5-Star, Nivek & O'nill collectively known as Dezert Eez. The rap veterans proceeded to share their knowledge & insight regarding the industry and openly discuss their experiences and advice that aspiring artists can use to their benefit. Take a moment to listen/download the audio and/or peep/share the transcript.
This mix includes mellowed out re-visitation of contemporary hip hop classics over Achickwitbeatz instrumentals now available as a free download.