Overall, Afropunk’s 2018 festival lineup delivers on its promise of diversity and innovation, as well as sets an unprecedented standard for musical and creative excellence.
VOX ATL reporter and web editor Amariyah Callender caught up with Atlanta-raised recording artist Lyric Rachae to talk about her new music, being a young woman in the music industry and her journey since attending Berklee College of Music.
During the Music Midtown festival in Atlanta, VOX ATL reporter Jasmine Martin met up with the band A R I Z O N A to talk about their music, where they’re from and what they think about Atlanta.
VOX ATL reporter Amariyah Callender had the opportunity to speak with a few teens at this year’s Music Midtown festival to hear what they had to say about their favorite thing about the festival and who they were excited to see that weekend. Let us know if you see some familiar faces!
Music Midtown weekend has come and gone. With thousands of loving fans from cities all over the country, vendors at every corner of Piedmont Park, and bass-in-your-face performances, there was adventure afoot.
This year alone I’ve lost two of my favorite artists of all time in Mac Miller and XXXtentacion, and one last year with the loss of Lil Peep. It’s always hard to see your favorite artist go, and especially hard when three of them pass away with so much life ahead of them.
Travis Scott is becoming one of the greatest artists of our generation, but in order to become one of the greatest artists of all time in the field of hip-hop he needs to prove himself as a rapper post-“Astroworld.”
The music festival season has begun here in Atlanta! You’ve copped your tickets, blasted music from your favorite artists on the lineup, and racked your brain over what to wear. But, are you completely sure that you’re ready?
We look to figures like Beyonce as the ultimate black female role model, but without the original Queen (of Soul) paving the way for future female artists, there would be no Queen Bey.
“Scorpion” is a story, as with most of Drake’s other albums. The stinger though, it’s a new and even more vulnerable Drake. Revitalized but still the same. Is it a classic? No. Close? Maybe a little.