As the west coast reassembles it’s entertainment right for producing acts in the business it’s the music scene that has become a bit scarce in recent years not spawning enough musical big numbers as the east coast rises to that title. In light side of this tragedy we take the time to find the little stars in the empty sky. One star who is shining bright and learning through the process of it all is Lulahh a young and rather influential Soul Singer from Northern California.
As if Music for the next generation has not become an road block for aspiring musicians, we certainly have seen a spike in young talent over the course in the digital era. For some hidden gems we rarely come across those who are willing to educate themselves in the business and take their own shares of experience to their adavantge and flip themselves in multiple threats in the industry.
One thing the East Cost never fails to do is distribute originality ever once in a great while. On some occasions we will have the pleasure of seeing a star strided star turn into a diva and disappear. Other occasions we will have a legend in the making, headed for the legendary lane. Sarina Desir’s claim to fame is her strive in her own limelight.
Well, if there isn't a thing to do at home and you find yourself wanting some stress relief and absolute realness, then you just might want to take a listen for Daze Baby. Their music is extraordinary but I am not heard to sell them to you, no I don't think pimping is not the direction that I see myself in they are doing just fine. No, what I want to talk about is what makes Daze Baby a great band and what is missing from the business. I am sure by now you see where I am going with this. Now I must warn you this is my first Rock Band. But perhaps one of most fulfilling stories yet.
The Adult Perspective with Nathan Bronson
If the gif, wasn't what you had in mind, you'll love what we have for you. Today is an important message for many of you people with a little too much extra time on your hands who need to take time to understand that performers in the adult industry are people too. Although the subjects seems very taboo, I have very much to discuss about the matter.
Tammi Terrell Came Back in the Form of Paula DeAnda
In 2015, it was announced after the success of the James Brown Biopic we would move on to see a theatrical release of the Motown Legend named Tammi Terrell who is most famous for her song with Marvin on their classic hit single "Ain't No Mountain High Enough."
Chill Out and Just Swang It!
Welcome back to another segment of The Valley's Finest. Today we have the best Updates from the 559. Dispensaries are opening up every which way, putting the poor dealers out of business and giving more power to Donald Trump and causing more frustration for the Latin American Community, but I honestly forgot why they are mad to be honest. In other news, we just found out that tomatoes are not fruits and are indeed vegetables. The weatherman says we will have three days left of warm eighty degree weather, and then chilly days ahead. Unfortunately the weatherman also told us that the days left of warmth are scattered throughout the week.
Paula DeAnda & Nivea Are in the Building Sis
We officially have our sights set on the world's last chance of sanity, through the form of R&B and Soul music. The ladies of soul are in the kitchen and they're cooking up something magical. From our last story titled Yes Ma'am: Paula De'Anda & Nivea Dream Team we bring you the better and more revised version of the story, so let's just forget we ever did that one, okay? Since the day Paula came into the game, us fans have been begging to hear her soulful voice harmonize with the Goddess-like voice of Nivea. The two have been linked once in a now deleted collage story on the old gossip blog Treva—yes, which was removed by Yahoo.com in 2012. The blogger had posted their opinion of why the two beautiful women would break chart records and even snag themselves a Soul Train Award for the Ladies of Soul category. The keys point the blogger made were that both women bring back the roots in R&B and Soul music, and that no matter how much they modernize, they won't shy away from who they are. So let's take a dive into the magic of what's to come.