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Song of the Day - 'Cult of Personality'

One more song…

This is darkly comic now, but in my deep dive of Malcolm’s life there was a 48 hour period last week where I was listening to the full audio of ‘Message to the Grassroots’, and ‘the Ballot or the Bullet’, then Kanye went public calling a slavery a choice and I swear… 23 more words


Now Playing on Type M: The May 2018 Issue

You would be forgiven for not noticing the publication of a new issue of Type M for Music, given the ten-month time lapse since the previous issue. 82 more words


Corey Glover Picks the Essential Bill Withers

Corey Glover Picks The Essential Bill Withers

Corey Glover of Living Colour shares his 10 Essential Bill Withers songs.  As a young kid growing up in New York, Corey first discovered the timeless music of Bill Withers in his home and on long car-rides with the family. 97 more words


Shelley Nicole has an Anthem of her own

The provocative, fiery sound and style of singer, songwriter and bassist, Shelley Nicole has through the years become trademark for the talented artist through her own work with band… 143 more words

In Focus

EM73 - Me'Shell Ndegeocello

Me’Shell Ndegeocello joins Eric in conversation to discuss her early days growing up in a musical home, discovering exciting and varied music in her family’s vast record collection, buying her first Prince record, auditioning for Living Colour just before signing her major label deal, working in the hit-centric music business, thoughts on recent comments regarding female artists from the Grammy world, thoughts on the current political and social climate in the world, the importance of her musical project… 62 more words


Living Colour’s ‘Stain': Underrated and Ahead Of Its Time

By: Brian Ives via Loudwire

“A lot of things don’t get ‘got’ in their time.”

Vernon Reid is discussing “Nothingness,” the Living Colour ballad, penned by drummer Will Calhoun. 1,964 more words


On The Heels Of Shame . . . .

Open Letter To A Landlord (1988)

Open Letter To The Landlord

  by Living Color (1988)

Now you can tear a building down
But you can’t erase a memory… 285 more words