"The official music video for DELS' third single, GOB, taken from the album of the same name. Video directed by Big Dada. Single out May 2nd, and album May 9th 2011.http://www.bigdada.com" Check out the recent interview with The Independent -- Follow -- Twitter: @iamdels Facebook: Fan Page
Talented singer, and producer dr. Gimm of New Block Babyz releases the video for the song "Only You" from his newest album "808 RETRO LOVE". Track List 01. Only You [3:14] 02. Girl [3:41] 03. She's Got That Style! [3:32]04. Only You (Instrumental) [3:15]
In 2005, American singer Tamia released the song "Officially Missing You". Last year rookie group Dalmatian made a remix version of the song and have preformed on the radio and preformed it on M Rookies. Dalmatian - Officially Missing You Remix [Live]Youngstreet Radio w/host Heechul M Rookies (shortened ver.) Recently debuted duo, Geeks released their debut single, the cover of the song. Here is the music video Geeks - Officially Missing You [MV] Which version do you prefer? To me both versions are wonderful, and bring their own colors to the songs.
1.) Your name, what you are called, and/or alias?
My name is Cameron Cloman but I'm better known by my alias, Cello Kid.
2.) Where you are from, where you are active at, and etc.?
I'm from everywhere. I was born in Minneapolis but was raised equally in Kansas, North/South Carolina. I currently reside in Va Beach, Virginia.
3.) What age did you start?
I began my musical journey in the 6th grade...so whatever age I was at then, I can't remember lol.
4.) What's your inspiration?
I'm inspired by all things beautiful, most of the time it isn't even music. A lot of times it's some ill photography or architecture I'm looking at or maybe even just a beautiful person that passes me. My mind works in a strange way, if a beautiful girl passes by I'm not saying I'm going to write a song about her...that rarely happens. It's more like my creativity is lying dormant and then I see something so beautiful that it awakens and from there my mind starts wondering…
Scott Kent, also known as rapper Wolverine, adopted the persona of the famous Marvel comic creation, full of rage and the unbreakable metal adamantium, long before Hugh Jackman brought the character to movie screens. And while Jackman honed his craft at the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, Kent also spent years honing his in Perth, except he did it in cyphers, studios and live shows around the city. With the release of his 3rd solo album, Street Music, players nationwide are soon going to need adamantium speakers. Any notions that Wolverine is just another rapper who has thrown together an album can be quickly discarded; his new release has been almost five years in the making and during this time he has accumulated a staggering hundred plus tracks. A relentless, dark tone runs through most of Street Music, and he excels when he draws on his real life experiences to tell stories on The Poor Boy, Back In The Day and Go Thru Hell. Production on the album was ha…