Detroit is Different is a success. One month in, and I’ve received calls, emails, and comments of appreciation. It’s been so much fun sharing my perspective of Detroit. This is a love I’m eager to develop.
This month’s theme is ‘I Love Music.’ Often I feel like my life is a movie, and a mix of popular music genres are the score (Carlos Santana, Ice T, Carly Simon, Team Eastside, Nas, and a host of others. As I’m typing this, I’m playing DOC’s ‘Blow Your Mind,’ thinking his 2nd verse has a classic rhyme pattern).
As a hip-hop artist I’ve learned many lessons. I attribute some of my attitude to the nature in which I hear, create, and perform hip-hop. In my journey I’ve connected with a host of musicians, producers, promoters, and enthusiasts in Detroit. This month I share some of what I’ve learned from them all along the way.
MAY 2014 Detroit is Different ‘I Love Music’
Detroit is Different content is released weekly on Tuesdays & Thursdays
THUR MAY 1, 2014/ ARTICLE: COMING ATTRACTIONS
TUES MAY 6, 2014/ MY DETROIT STORY: Detroit Music Awards Nominations
THUR MAY 8, 2014/WAE MUSIC: “Use to Be”
TUES MAY 13, 2014/BACKGROUND & BREAKDOWN: “Use to Be”
THUR MAY 15, 2014/AROUND DETROIT: Motown Museum
TUES MAY 20, 2014/AROUND DETROIT: United Sound Studios
THUR MAY 22, 2014/7 O’CLOCK SATURDAY STORIES PREVIEW: Carolyn Striho
SAT MAY 24, 2014/7 O’CLOCK SATURDAY STORIES: Carolyn Striho
TUES MAY 27, 2014/DETROIT IS DIFFERENT PODCAST: Carolyn Striho
THUR MAY 29, 2014/WHAT IF …: Motown stayed in Detroit