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Apropos, a Detroit singer-songwriter
Apropos is a Detroit singer-songwriter and international recording artist who has appeared on NBC’s The Voice and been featured on Pitchfork, Complex, Billboard, StockX, NPR and more.   Today, July 28TH, Apropos released the official music video for his new song Spiritual Surgery. Co-written and produced by Grammy nominated songwriter, film and TV composer, and multi-instrumentalist Dave Wilder, Spiritual Surgery is the new...
Purpose and intent behind any one artist’s creative process can and will vary.Ask one, and they’ll say they create for their family or with their family in mind.Another might say for their community, for their ethnicity, etcetera. Some mightsay they create for themselves, but even then, it probably isn’t...
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Eclectic is the best way to describe Detroit singer/songwriter Monica Blaire. Classical training in the arts helped develop her skills as a writer and choreographer, but hip-hop music became her passion, and these influences collided to make her a truly unique talent.  The DIA The night was soft. The sky...
It felt good to be back. Blue drinks were flowing, boats were anchored and spirits were flying high as The Aretha hosted Sheila E for opening night of the Wednesday Jazz Series. This is the inaugural season for The Aretha, formerly known as Chene Park and opening night did...
Summer is time to step out and enjoy all the fun things happening in Michigan. With restrictions lifted, it means that many of the events and festivals that you love are returning to host you once again. There are plenty of ways to enjoy your summer in Michigan, with art...
Saxappeal
LaDarrel Johnson’s third album ‘Black Gold’ is meant to remind Black folks of our greatness.
Mic Phelps
Miles Stewart says Detroit and his community have played pivotal roles in his artistic journey.
Detroit hip-hop
A constant criticism of hip-hop has been its homophobia, and even as society progresses, many in the genre still seem to be stuck in the hate-filled past.
La'Nar "Kern" Brantley
Shutdowns have forced local musicians and venues to pivot and adapt, but creatives will create.
Neisha Neshae
The R&B trap songstress discusses connecting during quarantining, an upcoming film and colorism.
Lay'na Michelle
The rising singer has waded through trauma toward happiness and triumph, bringing her fans along or the ride.
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