Back a couple of months ago when I told you what movies I was excited about this year, I mentioned "Thor: Ragnarok." From all accounts, it will be something akin to an 80’s buddy cop movie with gladiatorial fights. If this sounds like a complete tonal shift from the other Thor movies then I second that thought and join you in your probable excitement. The Thor movies haven’t been bad, per se, they just haven’t been stellar. That franchise needed a shake up. Here to shake it up is director Taika Waititi (What We Do In The Shadows, Hunt For The Wilderpeople) and his crazy color palette from a Luc Besson's fever dream.
Texas music festival SXSW begins tomorrow March 10 and runs through the 19th. The festival also provides the perfect opportunity for Christian emcees to get some big time exposure, especially with radio hosts such as Sway Calloway being there.
Fern and Marty, Marty and Fern, either way, you shake it, the Social Club Misfits are an unstoppable duo that has found much of their success because of their generous hearts, humble attitudes, and willingness to serve God in whatever capacity they could. I got to spend around six hours with them last night, and here’s what I observed…
Konata Small was just named as Reflection Music Group’s first signee to their new imprint RMG Amplify. Known for his time with Rhema Soul as K-Nuff, Konata spoke about his name change, friendship with GAWVI, and how an IHOP breakfast with Marty of Social Club Misfits changed his Marty's life.
A Rapzilla.com premiere, respected Miami rapper Oscar Urbina eloquently dismantles the learning standards for students in his new song, “Teacher Chronicles,” the first single from his forthcoming mixtape, Molly Pitcher 2 Darkness.
Derek Minor’s Reflection Music Group unveils a new entity, RMG Amplify, a label partnership division that provides marketing support to established independent artists. Former Rhema Soul member Konata Small is the first signing and is preparing to release his solo debut, Est. in 1997, this spring.