Pia Salvia – Blissful Sigh


Belgian harpist and singer Pia Salvia has released her debut album, “Blissful Sigh”. Developing her craft as a musician, Salvia has traveled the world for over a decade and is now based in New York City. She describes her musical style as a fusion between jazz, pop, and world music, … Continue Reading →

Interview: Rachael Sage on Survival, Gratitude and Artistic Positivity


For twenty-five years, Rachael Sage has immersed herself in almost every expression of art, including drama, ballet, music, the visual arts, and poetry. As a multi-talented creative mind, Sage has often found strength, rest and relief in her imagination and her desire to create. Never was this respite and volition … Continue Reading →

John Legend – Bigger Love


EGOT-winner John Legend has released his sixth studio album, entitled “Bigger Love”. According to Legend, the 16-track record is a reminder that love wins and that the human spirit is capable of great joy, hope, and resilience, even in these difficult times. “Bigger Love” showcases Legend’s signature vocals, piano-filled arrangements, … Continue Reading →

Review: Norah Jones – Pick Me Up Off The Floor


Come closer. Sit in an armchair and sink into its comfort. Concern yourself with nothing but the feel of your own exhale. And, just before you close your eyes, press play. What you will hear is not an empty salve to soothe your worries and distract you from your weariness. … Continue Reading →

Chloe x Halle – Ungodly Hour


Sisters duo Chloe x Halle has released their sophomore album, “Ungodly Hour”. The Beyonce proteges became popular after their covers of pop songs caught the attention of many including Bey herself who signed them to her Parkwood Entertainment. Chloe x Halle’s debut album, “The Kids Are Alright” was nominated for … Continue Reading →

Clairdee inspires with A Love Letter To Lena


To be truly inspired is an experience many crave for. To be moved to the point of inspired expression is a feat worthy of admiration and acclaim. For jazz singer Clairdee it was her youthful captivation by a woman who demonstrated remarkable prowess as a vocalist, actress, and civil rights … Continue Reading →

Mayita Dinos – The Garden Is My Stage


Jazz singer Mayita Dinos has released her debut LP, entitled “The Garden Is My Stage”. The Puerto Rican music enthusiast who lives in California is not only an incredibly talented artist but also a successful landscape designer with a profound appreciation for nature and all its gifts. With silky vocals, … Continue Reading →

Review: Catie Waters – Colors


Sophisticated. Saccharine. Smooth. These are the words that clamor for top spot when attempting to describe Catie Waters’ newest album, “Colors”. As her sophomore project, the album successfully builds on expectations and acclaim established by way of the 2013 release of her debut record, “Stone Child”. Five years into that … Continue Reading →

Ro James – Mantic


R&B singer Ro James has released his sophomore album, “Mantic”. The American vocalist, who was born in Germany in 1987, retained the expertise of producers DJ Camper, Salaam Remi, and Soundz who contributed to the success of his critically acclaimed debut album, “Eldorado”. While James’ first LP was devoid of … Continue Reading →

Interview: Haley Johnsen on finding her Purpose in Music and inspiring others


Love for music is a matter of profession for many artists. But for Haley Johnsen it’s a purpose unmatched. Even as a shy girl growing up in Beaverton, Oregon, Haley was convinced that music is her destiny. This passion has fueled her growth from the young hopeful she was on … Continue Reading →