Saint Records presents Saint Heron – a collaborative compilation album featuring 11 independent artists telling their unique stories on one innovative platform. Saint Records was designed to give new and ingenious artists a space to create their music and circulate their art – in turn becoming a haven for R&B lovers and listeners to discover music free of marketplace politics. The intent of the album, and the label at large, is to feature, highlight and align a new movement of contemporary, genre-defying R&B visionaries, which will serve as a segue into the diverse evolution of these independent artists as they share their voices and words as only they can – through pure, unadulterated music.
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After spending last year grappling with the appropriation of hip-hop and street style, it looks like our history is up for sale as well. In attempts to raise much-needed funds, Johnson Publishing, home to the (now exclusively online) Jet and Ebony magazines, is selling their entire photo archive for a whopping $40 million. Desiree Rogers,…
Fka twigs is currently knocking out a sold-out tour in Australia. The multidimensional darling’s debut album LP1 has been well received, making the new tour a perfect time to drop new material. During last night’s performance at Melbourne’s 170 Russell, twigs premiered a new song apparently titled “Figure 8.” Check out the clip above.
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