Daily Archives: September 4, 2014

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Garth Brooks Launches Digital Music Site

The longtime digital music holdout partners with new service to release his catalog and new album online

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Article ReprintGarth Brooks World Tour Press Conference

After years of refusing to make his music available through digital retailers like iTunes, Garth Brooks has finally entered the online marketplace. Today, the prodigal superstar announced his entire catalog will be available on GhostTunes, a new online music provider. Continue reading

Pavy Interview

One of the things that stood out to me when I first heard Pavy music was the spiritual vibe it had to it. I thought it was kind of slick, the way he had a turned up sound, but complement it with positive lyrics and conscious content. I caught up with the 23 year old artist from Chicago, to talk about his style and his current mix-tape R.O.M.E (Rule over my enemies)

By: Jarrod Horton

Staff Writerpavy

Black Truth News: What’s up with the mix-tape?

Pavy: Well it’s called R.O.M.E (Rule over my enemies)It came out on June 24th, so it’s been out for a while now. You can find it on Audiomack, for free streaming and buy it off of iTunes, because that’s how I make a living. Continue reading

Jabari Superfuckindecent Listening Party in Chicago

By: Jarrod Horton

Staff Writer

I haven’t heard any joints off Jabari’s new mixtape ‘Superfuckindecent’ yet, but base off the freestyle he kicked for me; I can say it’s pretty decent. I met Jabari at the African fest in Chicago, and he not only invited me to the listening party, but spit a sixteen. I advise you to be on the lookout for his new mixtape.

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