There’s been a lot of talk recently of new upcoming, soon-to-be-discovered “DJ Rockstars” with the announcement that Simon Cowell and Will Smith are teaming up to produce a DJ competition TV show. The “X-Factor” style showdown will set out to scour the Earth and find the new DJing talent of the future.
While the initial thought of this repulses me I can’t help but wonder how the hell they’re gonna play this one out. There’ll no doubt be a flood of upcoming wannabees jostling for the hotspot of SuperstarDJ-dom under the guise of wanting to become a DJ. But do these Super Star DJ wannabees really have what it takes to become a DJ? Let’s ask a few questions…
Kings Of Tomorrow Featuring April - I Need To Love Me
Every-so-often I get round to doing a little write up about a track I’ve enjoyed recently. This is the next installment. ladies and gentlemen…Not sure how I came by this track but this is true Kings of Tomorrow in style.
Sandy Rivera, a long time respected DJ and producer has got together again with April to bring you this stunning track. A magnificent club track with depth and style, this track pleases the ear from start to finish.
MOVEMBER IS BACK (and nearly gone) and as the months nears it’s end, we go for one last push to keep the money coming in…
Those of you who have been following me will no that I’ve been involved in the Movember Charity that’s been running a campaign for the month of November. During this time, men from all over the world grow moustaches to raise money and awareness for men’s health issues, particularly cancer related issues (prostrate cancer, testicular cancer).
The whole month has been a crazy drive to spread the word and for the men to compare the facial hair growth and have some fun helping out to help this serious cause.
We could do with all the help we can get so please help us out. Please just visit my Movember page and make a donation or simply send out the link http://mobro.co/titopulpo to your family and friends asking them to do the same.
I’ve been a big fan of the MuthaFunkaz for some time now. Their ability for uplifting production is outstanding and their latest contribution to our musical needs comes in the form of “The MuthaLode Reloaded”.
If you liked the original Muthalode, released last year, then you’ll love this album equally if not more.
From time-to-time I like to drop little musical suggestions here on the blog. This time I’m going to bang on a little about The Muthafunkaz. Known around the world for their fusion of jazz, gospel, funk, soul & house music, The MuthaFunkaz have constantly been pioneering their sound and of course responsible alongside Ron Hall for the seminal soul classic The Way You Love Me, which rightly went on to become one of the biggest tracks of its time.