Marvin Touré's pulls from hip-hop, reggae, fashion and his African heritage to explore and challenge ideas of what is considered civilized and uncivilized, in his body of work, Boussoumani.
Jazz vocalist, Somi, finds richness in her African roots. She shares of how she discovered jazz, her experience in Lagos, Nigeria and the art of jazz today. Join her on a stroll along The Beautiful Road.
Twenty-fifteen has been a spectacular year for THE BHOLDR. We are grateful for the amazing artists who have welcomed us into their creative worlds. We are thankful for every fan, subscriber and supporter. ART IS BOUNDLESS. As we exit 2015, we encourage you to CREATE your 2016.
Hit Music Producer, Reo, has proven himself to be bigger than "The Big C" as he tells of his defining moment that led him to produce hits for Beyonce, Lil Wayne, Bruno Mars, Chris Brown, T-Pain, Keyshia Cole, Kid Ink and many more.
Two biological brothers and lovers of Hip-Hop talk about the courage it takes to change the game. Meet De-Lo and K. Briggs of KO-Lition.
Hip-Hop artist, Grandmilly, shares his creative process along with his thoughts of the highs and lows of the Hip-Hop industry.
This brother and sister duo combined their songwriting and music production talents to form PaperWhite. Their obsession with analog synths fused with electronic music combined with classic songwriting is what made them a must see at SXSW 2015. Enter their galaxy.
Have no expectations when it comes to the lively sibs that makes up the psych-dance band, Prince Rama.
From touring with Depeche Mode in 1988 and starring in the hit documentary "101" that captured the final leg of their "Music for the Masses Tour," Oliver Chesler aka The Horrorist is here talks about his musical journey and his upcoming invasion of SXSW 2015.
Multi-Grammy Award winning musician Stuart Matthewman (co-founder of the hit band Sade) and Vanessa Bley (daughter of jazz pianist, Paul Bley, and band-member of Beast Patrol) is Twin Danger. They do what works for them and you're going to love it. Look out SXSW2015!
Stones Throw Record's hip-hop artist, Homeboy Sandman, is the first artist to be featured in THE BHOLDR's #SXSW series. Pull up a seat and listen to what he defines as hip-hop. Make sure to check him out at #SXSW2015.
Stephanie Matthews, the owner and creative director of StringCandy, talks about who StringCandy is and the one performance that took her breath away because it was "bigger than the music."
RCA Records recording artist, Ro James XIX, is giving us more... Since the sharing of his experiences at the age of nineteen in his earlier bodies of work "Coke," "Jack," and "Cadillacs," Ro James XIX now wants to share his experiences beyond the age of nineteen in his newest project. He has grown...
Bridget Kelly was introduced to us by standing in for Alicia Keys during Jay-Z's "Answer the Call" concert presented by Fuse Music Television in 2009. After 5 years signed to Roc Nation, Bridget talks about her experiences with "The Roc" and what is next.
Swedish music producer, Fredrik "Fredro" Ödesjö, talks about the current state of the music business and how it affects artists, record labels and songwriters around the world.
Singer and songwriter, Moxiie, is straightforward on the music industry's narrow classifications of black female pop artists.