Two-time Grammy Award-winning songstress Melanie Fiona hit the stage at SOB‘s in New York City this week for a rare acoustic set. She followed with a 30-minute a capella encore for the packed house. The intimate performance was a stripped down version of the full band show fans have come to expect from Fiona. During an interview with SOB’s she cites a desire to connect with the crowd as her motivation to change the format a little. She also touches on the ways in which her Caribbean lineage informs her sound and live performance.
Another dope episode of On Point. Shouts to the local youngins making some serious noise in the hoops world.
“Canadian talent has never been this high.”
The On Point Crew drove down to Brooklyn to document the Jordan Brand Classic game, featuring the top high school basketball players in the world. Brooklyn Ballin’ tells the story of #1 ranked Andrew Wiggins, Syracuse bound Tyler Ennis and top ranked Americans, Jabari Parker, and Julius Randle.
Produced by Drew Ebanks & Jay Irving Music by Blaaow Additional Sample by Shallay Bhatia
J Shiltz releases “Where Are We Now”, marking his first official collaboration with veteran MC and producer Relic. Over a soulful piano melody and banging drums Shiltz muses on the highs and lows of his journey as an MC, while Relic asks the necessary; Where Are We Now? “Still Standing” drops in early May…
Intro to Vancouver-based singer Sophia Danai courtesy of the Talib Kweli assisted “The End”. Produced by the elusive mastermind Chin Injetti.
Vancouver’s Sophia Danai recently released her debut project Wishing Well. Entirely produced by two time grammy award winner, Chin Injetti. The project features collaborations from such artists as DJ Kahlil, THC, Talib Kweli and Shad. Above is her first single featuring the Brooklyn mc. You can get her entire project at www.sophiadanai.com.