Meek Mill appeared on The Breakfast Club (TBC) this morning. He talked about everything from not wanting to be an activist, to still being on probation. He also talks about how everything that's happened over the last year has actually got him to where he is right now and benefited him even though he didn't see it that way while he was in jail. He discusses his new album and talks about various tracks and how he wants to move on from talking about Nicki Minaj and Drake.Meek also admits that he doesn't like doing interviews for his projects and how he gets around social media by making sure he takes pictures after he leaves an event instead of while he is there. See video below
[caption id="attachment_200705" align="aligncenter" width="286"] Sam Cooke with neighbor friend Aretha Franklin[/caption]On this site, I have written about SO many music celebrities and industry deaths I've lost count. For some reason, Aretha Franklin's death was the hardest hitting. She was not only the Queen of Soul she was an American institution. While doing some reading on her, I discovered there was also once a "King of Soul," Sam Cooke.Cooke died tragically on December 11, 1964, at the age of 33. Cooke rescued himself from what he considered to be financial insolvency by leaving the Gospel industry, an industry that even in 2018 is still reputed to be outrageously frugal, for the more generous and profitable secular music industry. He admitted to Dick Clark when posed with the question, "Why did you leave Gospel?" responding "For financi
I’m so excited to launch a new weekly show on SiriusXM Channel #359, North Americana. I’ll be your host for Sunday Service. We will gather every Sunday in the name of Americana Music, to both worship our founders, and preach about new artists that you need to know. Every Sunday, I’ll catch you up on new Americana releases from the founders of folk, introduce you to emerging roots artists, and feature exclusive studio interviews & performances. It’s a look at the week that was in Americana music, and Sunday IS the day of rest, so let me provide the soundtrack.
Hear Sunday Service: 9am / 9pm ET on SiriusXM’s North Americana