I am a long-time music blogger & digital curator of the rarest classic gems on Spotify. My primary mission is to resurrect & preserve memories of our lost classic music culture in ALL GENRES, whilst also recommending new music that I feel are worthy of your ear. Now, the kinds of hidden gems I’m speaking of, are the ones spanning 60 years to present day music. Classics NOT usually promoted anymore through (including, but not limited to), collector magazines/specialty clubs, mainstream radio stations, retail stores, or even S.A.P. (Cable TV). I’d also like to help expose my visitors to some great music they may or may not ever heard before; in hopes that I can assist in reintroducing/rebuilding our lost classic culture; as the result of the ever changing directions of the growing streaming industry.
I strongly encourage all visitors in my 50s age group to try Spotify! It’s free! It’s incredibly easy to use! You get to hear entire original albums! Also, it’s legal! Plus, you’re helping to get your favorite artists paid. Spotify is required to enjoy my music links. However, if you chose not to use Spotify, you’re welcome to search on YouTube for all the songs in my articles.
About Cultural Diversity!
My blog is truly about cultural DIVERSITY! I am an extremely rare handful of multicultural bloggers of color, to OWN one of the most diverse and active classic music blogs on the Internet. I don’t need endless copycat(ed) YouTube links; nor do I need to know a celebrity’s birth date, nor date of death before I can celebrate their contributions to music. In a world full of copy & paste bandits, I pride myself in working hard to write my own shit! I’ve taken extreme measures in making sure that the content you’ll read here is unique and are of my own memories, experiences, and thoughts (as a PERSONAL BLOG should).
Rarest Gems On Spotify
I VERY much enjoy hand blogging (A LOT), and wanted to help breath life again to the many genres that have been forgotten about, ignored, and or perhaps abandoned. So much of what we find on search engines today, as it pertains to “classic” music for example, usually centers around either the old school hip hop (most gangster) era, or classicAL music specifically. Now, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with those types of music, I’m just trying to say that our music culture is far too rich and broad for the internet to be almost exclusively inundated with those genres as it pertains to old school. It feels almost impossible to find any other classic genres. However, it is also true that we don’t have enough bloggers of color unfortunately. But, I digress… I do hope that my readers understand what I’m trying to say.
I recommend that you bookmark my site and visit at least once every week. I frequently update my blog with something new. If you’d like to also contact me, you can do so by sending me a direct message through my Twitter page. Or, you can just simply follow me on Twitter to see who and what other classics I’m into. Please be kind and tell your friends about one of the most diverse classic bloggers of color in cyberspace!