Music is such a personal preference. Even with a particular genre what makes one person smile may tickle another to death. So OnStage is dedicated to providing a broad array of music videos for our viewers. Sure you see a lot of Hip Hop, but you also see R&B and jazz and rock and pop. And you see local artists, some of them in the early stages of their careers, others more established. Same thing with our other videos. Bottom line is we want you to find something you like every time you visit OnStage. Obviously, we’d love it if you would share a link with your Facebook friends and Twitter followers. It’s our brand, but it’s your music. Let us know what you want to see and we’ll do our best to make it happen. Get our updates on Twitter @onstagejc
Mr. West is notorious for his outspoken personality and even bolder fashion choices. Now, it looks like the rapper will be embracing his role as a fashion icon and will debut his collection during New York’s Fashion Weekin September.
Even better, Kanye has been working with some of the best designers in the fashion world to make sure his womenswear pieces are top-of-the-line. Maybe he will get some advice from his pal Marc Jacobs or the creative director of Givenchy, who designed his last album cover.
Check out some of Kanye’s fashion statements:
Here’s another list of websites music lovers may want to bookmark and visit frequently. They validate the theory that the marketplace of ideas is vibrant and in full swing in the DMV area.
When we first came across DMV JAMS we could see right away its creators were on to something. It’s a platform for introducing new artists and their music that’s narrowed down to a specific geographic area. Very cool, because there’s so much noise on the Internet that tons of great music is missed by an audience that would love to hear it if it were more readily available. That’s the premise, but there’s lots of other offerings on the site including their own channel.
The mission of DMV Unplugged is to increase the familiarity and knowledge of local musicians, models, athletes and fashion designers among local residents and to showcase the DMV lifestyle to a national audience. They’ve got a full team, writing about music, fashion, sports, and politics. One great feature on their homepage is a listing of the top 10 DMV songs. If you’re making music, or just love music, check them frequently for the latest updates.
The Urban Feed is sleek and stylish, beautifully designed and does an excellent job of doing exactly what it promises – feeding viewers the latest in music, fashion, and entertainment. It’s the creation of Kiki Ayers who is the CEO and is responsible for content and business aspects.
If Marcus J. Moore is the preeminent music critic in the DMV then DMV Spectrum (he’s the Founder and CEO) automatically has to be regarded as a serious destination for area music lovers. It’s got videos, links to blogs, reviews and news. Seriously cool is the beat maker on the home page. Obviously, the writing is impeccable.
From DC To BC is the website of the folks responsible for coordinating last Friday’s “Don’t Wuwwy” show at the 9:30 Club so you know they’re doing good things. Very laid back and full of info about music, events, other blogs, you name it. But focus on the events. Too many times we learn about something we missed because we didn’t know it was coming up. If you want to know in advance, this is the site.
How do you become a real Diva in the music industry? The one that UK soul legend Omar calls for every US tour? Put in the work! And that’s what Jenee Bevett, whose video “Unreasonable” we are so proud to feature in the OnStage Video Showcase has done.
Jenee developed her talent singing in the church choir as a child. Her mother is a pianist and her father a percussionist, and both sing as well. After college she began gigging around the DMV area with various bands and projects. That was 15 years ago! Her first live performance was with the great DC band Suttle Thoughts.
She’s sung with Ja-Michael and Co., an acoustic project, then joined the band Congregation, led by David Boris. Following that, she joined with Cornell Pearce to co-found Alternate Root showcasing original tunes with a rock & roll edge.
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