18 Sep 2012, 23:08 by MusiQ3985The QH Blend proudly unveils its list of 22 women who sing & write. The list includes: Tori Amos, Jewel, Sheryl Crow, Melissa Etheridge, Adriana Evans, Carole King,India.Arie, Lisa Loeb, Teena Marie, Joni Mitchell, Me'Shell Ndegéocello, Brenda Russell, Carly Simon, Wendy & Lisa, Vanessa Carlton, Cyndi Lauper, Suzanne Vega, Laura Nyro, & Corinne Bailey Rae. Taste The Blend!-QH
28 Dec 2010, 15:09 by phoebebunny20. Dondria - Dondria Vs. Phatfffat
Best track: Making Love
19.Kandi - Kandi Koated
Best track: I Want You
18. Eric Benét - Lost In Time
Best track: Sometimes I Cry
17. Zo! - SunStorm
Best track: Greatest Weapon Of All Time (feat. Sy Smith)
16. Sunshine Anderson - The Sun Shines Again
Best track: 2nd Fiddle
15. Adriana Evans - Walking With The Night
Best track: Let You Get Away
14. Rox - Memoirs
Best track: Oh My
13. Yahzarah - The Ballad of Purple Saint James
Best track: Why Dontcha Call Me No More
8 Dec 2010, 03:03 by MusiQ3985Check out my selection of 2010's albums, runner-up albums, and singles on The QH Blend. Includes entries by: Robyn, Hot Chip, Kylie Minogue, VV Brown, Jamiroquai, Erykah Badu, Shakira, Kelis, Corinne Bailey Rae, Hanson, Macy Gray, Scissor Sisters, Katie Melua, Adriana Evans, Seal, KT Tunstall, Chrisette Michele, Sade, Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Toni Braxton, Janet Jackson & Goldfrapp.
14 Feb 2009, 15:36 by Di-chyhttp://c2.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/65/l_e3e62d704f654ac7a94b4a56a243f321.jpg
Zight A.K.A. Sanzo
サイプレス上野とロベルト吉野 (Cypress Ueno & Roberto Yoshino)
Low Budget Soul
I've recently been interested again in Japanese underground/alternative hip-hop music and for a starter I picked up the new CD from MC Cypress Ueno and DJ Roberto Yoshino, even though I didn't really know who they are or where they have come from. I tried previwing it at a CD store just because I had read an article citing them on the web a few days ago, and then I found their music so funny and funky and now really love it. In addition to the duo joints, this CD also features a guest appearance by Utamaru from legendary group RHYMESTER and a collaboration with rock band Sly Mongoose.
Last week, Japanese DJ/trackmaker Deckstream released his highly-anticipated second original album, Deckstream Soundtracks 2. …
17 Oct 2008, 21:49 by TheJanStanWell, I bit the bullet and re-set my listening data at almost 120,000 tracks played. So, for posterity's sake, here were my top 300 artists and their corresponding # of plays for the last 2.5+ years:
1 Janet Jackson 10,049
2 Madonna 1,627
3 Rahsaan Patterson 1,467
4 Mary J. Blige 1,330
5 Me'Shell Ndegéocello 1,197
6 Goldfrapp 1,195
7 Mariah Carey 1,194
8 Amy Winehouse 1,130
9 Jamiroquai 1,117
10 Kelis 1,087
11 Kylie Minogue 1,080
12 Clara Hill 1,058
13 Amel Larrieux 1,036
14 Brandy 1,002
15 Nelly Furtado 962
16 George Michael 930
16 Erykah Badu 930
18 Peven Everett 921
19 Chaka Khan 910
20 Jill Scott 903
21 Aaliyah 855
22 Sia 835
23 Hot Chip 824
24 Róisín Murphy 806
25 Janelle Monáe 798
26 Sade 779
27 Eric Roberson 771
28 Esthero 751
29 Björk 736
30 Tori Fixx 722
31 Lewis Taylor 710
31 Jul 2008, 20:29 by JNellzThere are SOOOO many artists out there that are trying to make it, but probably never will. The problem is, people don't want REAL music anymore. People with ZERO talent can get a record deal and go platinum(I'm not sayin' that everyone that goes platinum has no talent, c'mon...my favorite artist is Alicia Keys). I don't get it. I find a new artist pretty much everyday, and these people have TALENT. People like Conya Doss, Algebra, Kissey Asplund, Sy Smith, Wayna(she's about to be my new favorite artist, I promise you. Her Higher Ground album is great.), Lina, Ayo, Choklate, Esperanza Spalding, Alice Smith, Amel Larrieux, Santogold, Tamia, Res, Carla Duren, Kokoh, Syleena Johnson, Esthero and even Goapele, Chrisette Michele, and Ledisi will probably NEVER be that successful.*
Look out for Janelle Monáe, Jazmine Sullivan, Keri Hilson, Solange(yes SOLANGE!),Mylah,Teedra Moses, and Michelle Williams.
However, it's good to see people like Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, and India.Arie doin' their thing. …
8 Mar 2008, 18:42 by Smiling_TearsHolla ! It's been while since the last the time posted a article. During the last month to today, I didn't buy a lot of CD.
So I received :
DOUBLE - 10 YEARS BEST WE R&B -Standard Edition-
DOUBLE - 10 YEARS BEST WE R&B -Complete Edition-
Soulfinger Experience - Tout est possible
Adriana Evans - Remixes, Vol. 1: All for Love (Smith Remix) - EP (Itunes audio)
DJ Deckstream feat. jUjU Bee - Love & Hate. Hate & Love - EP (Itunes audio)
DJ KAORI & DOUBLE - Miss DJ!!
TLC - Hands Up (So So Def Remix) (Promo Single)
TLC - Girl Talk (Kidstuff New Vocal Dub Mix) (UK Promo single)
TLC - Hands Up (UK Promo)
TLC - Damaged (EU Promo)
TLC - Turntable (Promo)
TLC - Turntable (UK Promo)
Double's album is the best one I ordered for a while. This contains everything you need on DOUBLE : 2 CDS, a DVD and a photobook, it's the best greatest hits album I ever bought !!!
I bought soulfinger experience's album, because I loved "Juste m'imaginer", and finally I didn't regret to buy it. …
8 Jan 2008, 20:40 by Smiling_TearsThe 1st albums I received this year are:
Adriana Evans - Adriana Evans
DJ HASEBE - adore the remixes
I finally received them !!! I wanted them so bad !!!
Adriana Evans's self titled album is so good, I can't say what is my favourite song. I love the way she mixes R&B, Hip-Hop and Jazz, I recommend this album to everyone who love chill-out music..
For DJ Hasebe's EP, I already made a review about it.
7 Oct 2007, 14:34 by Di-chyhttp://c3.ac-images.myspacecdn.com/images02/134/l_f568f6452dd342e7b910348ca7f7a342.jpg
DJ Deckstream is a Japanese trackmaker, who's best known for producing beats/remixes for other Japanese artists such as MIC BANDITZ, m-flo and Heartsdales. This is his first album of original materials (not remixes) and featuring some big-name American MCs/singers including Talib Kweli, Lupe Fiasco, Zion I and Adriana Evans. You can preview 4 tracks off of this cd on his MySpace page.
Cherish's debut album, Unappreciated, was released in August of 2006 and back then I wasn't interested in it enough to check out the whole album, but more recently I've been very impressed with their unique songwriting and vocal productions and thought of trying this cd, especially since I fell in love with Shoe Fanatic, the first single from their upcoming new album. The sophomore album from them, Truth, is now planned to be released in February 2008.
13 Aug 2007, 13:31 by Fre_Entity