Joe Peacock lost it all. It was good friends and good music that brought him back.
The Godfather of Go-Go finally came to a stop, and we take a moment to pay tribute.
Note: I really like to rap. I rap over instrumentals whenever I get a chance, I freestyle to myself when I walk around, but I’m really embarrassed to rap in public or in front of people. I don’t know why, but it takes a lot for me to go for it. Anyway, here are some things […]
The skill. The sound. Thelonius.
Nailah listened to her muse and walked away from the lucrative law career with the understanding that music had a far more profound effect on the human condition than any legislation she could lobby for.