Thursday, July 21, 2016
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
Patrick “P.A.T.” Barnett – P.A.T. stands for “Poetic And Talented” – Originally born in Bitburg, Germany, he soon left Europe when his father ( A Dallas Native) retired from the Air Force. He was raised in Fort Worth which is where the emcee has and always will consider his home of record. Said to be street smart, book smart, business savvy and “even managing to get some common sense”, that’s a lethal combination for a hip hop artist.
P.A.T. served in the US Air Force, he is an Operation OEF/OIF war veteran. He describes himself as “Emcee, Author, Veteran, and a Scholar.” Inspired by hip hop culture he released his first mixtape Where The Sidewalk Ends, it was an immediate success and grabbed the attention of several media outlets and DJs. With his versatile style P.A.T. has worked with artists from different genres and plans to continue to grow as an artist and to work with other new artists as well as learn all aspects of the music business. P.A.T. wears multiple hats practically running his whole label Society Entertainment by himself. Also a team player, P.A.T. is one of the founding members of The Runway Boyz International Flight Club.
Off of the success of his first mixtape Where The Sidewalk Ends, which was downloaded over 50,000 times around the world, underground emcee Patrick "P.A.T." Barnett(Fort Worth, TX) is currently working on his new project entitled Go Hard or Go Home(GHOGH). The lead single is a song entitled Smoke&Mirrors and the second single is entitled Let You Tell It that is currently playing on his Pandora radio station.
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Friday, April 29, 2016
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Monday, March 28, 2016
Sitting here on this cool Monday morning on March 28th thinking, how this month flew by. Listening to StarRo’s music, looking around my house wanting to get up and start the spring cleaning ritual my mother instilled in me at an early age. StarRo is a Japanese music mixologist, Guitarist, Keyboardist, Producer based out of Los Angeles. What I like about his music, it has that hint of his Japanese heritage in it. His music is considered downtempo influenced by Straight-ahead jazz, Brazilian, Folk, Acoustic, Soul and Hip Hop. There is one female artist he features on his song “Can't Get You Out Of My Mind” by the name of Alcordo she can sing. StarRo’s mixes are unique and very chill. You can listen to them while you are working or just chilling. Check out StarRo on Streetwise Radio you will become a fan. Happy listening!
Monday, February 8, 2016
This vibrant duo out of London, England consist of Marsha Ambrosius and Natalie Stewart they formed Floetry in 1997. Floetry is ahead of so many contemporary R&B acts. Rather than being put in a box like many of the R&B divas, Floetry has chosen to look outside of the box. With one half dedicated to pipes and the other dedicated to poetry and alterative rap. Their sound is fantastic. From 1997 to 2006 Floetry was doing their thing in the music industry. They put out three albums Floetic in 2002, Floacism in 2003 and Flo'Ology in 2005. In my opinion they just kept getting better. Then in 2006 Marsha Ambrosius signed a solo record deal. In 2007 she released Neo Soul is Dead album and parted ways with Natalie Stewart. In late 2010 Natalie Stewart release Spoken Soul Volume 1. The artistry of both these women is amazing. Both of these women are artists in the truest sense of the word. This is a wonderful merging of styles that is unique. Well, all you fans of Floetry there back together! They will be performing at Yoshi's Oakland, California on April 5th, 6th and 7th of 2016. You can check some songs of Floetry on Streetwise Radio.