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Janelle Monáe, Trombone Shorty & DJ Soul Sister to Speak at Saint Heron’s Artist Talk Series At Jazz Fest

Saint Heron is officially taking on New Orleans’ Jazz Fest in an entirely new fashion with two weekends of nonstop vibes, including our “Roll Back, Say That” artist talks and “PROCLOMATION!” series. This weekend we will hold artist talks with Wondaland Records CEO and the incredibly talented Janelle Monáe on Friday April 22nd and New…

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Win Tickets To See Solange Headline a Make It Right Benefit Concert alongside Christian Scott and DJ Soul Sister in NOLA

As a celebration for the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Brad Pitt’s Make It Right Foundation will be bringing our very own Solange Knowles to the House of Blues in New Orleans this Saturday, August 29th for a special headline benefit concert. New Orleans will remember all that was lost in the natural disaster and will…

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Watch Soul Duo Ibeyi’s Unpromising “Mama Says” Video

Cuban-born, Paris-based twin sisters Naomi and Lisa-Kaindé Díaz​ make up the electic soul-duo under the moniker Ibeyi. After releasing their introductory singles “Oya,” and “River,” earlier this year, the XL Recordings signees debut an ominous visual for their latest single “Mama Says,” that pursues the motifs of depression, loneliness, and solitude. Directed by Ed Morris…

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The Super Spirit of Junie Morrison

I remember the first time I heard Junie Morrison‘s “Super Spirit“…Q-Tip played it for me one night in his studio in Jersey. No song had ever made me feel quite like it. It tapped into places and spiritual frequencies that I couldn’t even put into words. I listened to it on loop for an hour,…

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Saint Heron’s Greatest Moments of 2016

It was another outstanding year for Saint Heron from dancing our woes away with fellow PROCLAMATION! attendees to our phenomenal artist talks to many special events. So as 2016 comes to a close, we wanted to share some of our favorite moments from the year with the people who helped make it all possible: you,…

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This Is What Peach Fuzz Sounds Like: Ari Lennox

This is a story of how self-love allows you to follow your dreams. Let me confess. I’d never heard of singer Ari Lennox prior to this interview, but after listening to the seven tracks of her Dreamville debut project, PHO (repeatedly I must say), I knew that she was someone I’d never forget. Opening with…

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Interview: Kitty Cash Dishes On Curating Her ‘Love The Free’ Series & Shares The Pheels’ “French Toast”

In 2014, I walked in to a colorful, blossoming room with gold lining the walls and an open bar. The end to New York’s fashion week and only my second month living in the big apple after years in the south. I danced the entire night away at Saint Heron x 1MSQFT and just knew…

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The South Still Got Somethin’ To Say

From rap’s origins through the early 1990s, only a handful of rap artists based in the south attained a platinum record. But 1995, arguably, signaled a shift in the mainstreaming of southern Hip-Hop. In the first half of the year alone, three artists based in the south went platinum. Da Brat and 69 Boyz were…

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Blood Orange’s Devonté Hynes Reviews Jazmine Sullivan’s “Reality Show” Album

A couple weeks ago we reached the end of a year in which the landscape of all that we’d known was left broken, cracks appeared fully formed, but we walked over them with an ease… feeling uncertain and comfortable with this new shape that we are now forced into getting used to… knowing full well,…

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Saint Heron Artists To Watch 2015

Most would argue that 2014 was an overall stale year for music. While few gems had the glow, most songs were repetitive with sonic soundbeds and subject themes — both in R&B and Hip-Hop. However, the future shines bright with our hopes with a handful of talent that we hope to blow by a storm…

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Back, Back: Saint Heron Reflect on 2013

With imminent moments of cascading confetti, midnight kisses, and the comforting assurance of the idyllic that a new year embodies, it seems most apropos to revisit the events that ushered in 2014. In the spirit of the evocative, the women of take a retrospective look at 2013. From a curated soundscape that captured noteworthy…

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Interview: MoRuf

In November, Nigerian-American rapper MoRuf released his project Shades.of.Moo. The 18-track body of work that the artist refers to as “Soulhop” is a cohesive project that showcases this season in the Jersey rapper’s life. And it’s all love. We caught up with MoRuf in New York City’s Lower East Side to talk about his new…

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