In a Conversation with Anthony Valadez, Above Waves talk the challenges that come with translating real life experiences into great Pop songs. They also share the role John Mayer played in them becoming a band and the juxtaposition of being signed to a hip-hop label yet share a manager with Dolly Parton.
In a Conversation with Anthony Valadez, Rob Roy discusses his latest release Johnny and the new lens this project has given him on the world. The Florida native discovered by Erykah Badu, also contemplates balancing quality and quantity in the fast paced climate of the “selfie” generation.
In a Conversation with Anthony Valadez, Open Mike Eagle discusses unpacking the current state of police brutality on his new album, Brick Body Kids Still Daydream. The indie rapper and comedian also shares what he learned from rapping in a MRI machine and his distaste for French Montana.
In a Conversation with DC, Manuel Turizo talks his mission to prove that urban music can touch people’s hearts. The 16-year-old, Latin artist also shares his journey to making music and why the ukulele is crucial to his sound.
In a Conversation with Kelly Sutton, Brett Kissel discusses his eighth release, We Were That Song. The Canadian native also talks his journey to Nashville after conquering Canada and being raised on Johnny Cash.
In a Conversation with Anthony Valadez, Zoey Dollaz shares his experience getting in trouble as a child for rapping and how it now takes care of him. The Haitian-American also talks incorporating Caribbean music and culture into his music and signing to rap icon, Future’s record label.
In a Conversation with Kelly Sutton, Hunter Hayes discusses his transformative experience in Asia on the Navy Entertainment Tour. The country hit-maker also shares how his song, Wanted, changed his life and elaborates on reimagining country music through the making of his new mini-movie.
In a Conversation with DC, MelyMel aka La Mamá del Rap, talks being a female MC in a male dominated industry. She also shares her enthusiasm for the moment Latin music is having and her ambitions to “cross the “border”.
In a Conversation with Kelly Sutton, Luke Bryan talks getting picked apart for not being country and defending himself through his music for the first time on new album, What Makes You Country. The multi-platinum artist also discusses being a judge on American Idol.
Miguel has a Conversation with Anthony Valadez at the TuneIn studios. The Grammy-winning soul singer talks reflecting on the current state of chaos in the world on new album - War & Leisure. He also shares the transformative experience he had travelling to Mexico to meet his family there for the first time and explains why there hasn't been a more visual rapper than Rick Ross since The Notorious B.I.G.
Danielle Bradbery has a Conversation with Kelly Sutton at the TuneIn studios in Nashville. The country songstress talks shedding The Voice image, the advice Blake Shelton gave her, and the release of her 2nd album - I Don’t Believe We’ve Met.
Wiki has a Conversation with Anthony Valadez at the TuneIn studios. The eclectic rapper discusses the role New York City has played in his life, working with the likes of Kamasi Washington and Kaytranada, and the importance of earning your stripes in the music industry.
Cole Swindell has a Conversation with Kelly Sutton at the TuneIn studios in Nashville. The country singer digs into his songwriting archives with the release of his new EP, Down Home Sessions IV. He talks going from writing for the likes of Luke Bryan and Thomas Rhett to penning his own chart topping songs.
OverDoz. have a Conversation with Anthony Valadez at the TuneIn Studios. The Los Angeles natives discuss growing up post The L.A. Riots, their experiences with racism, and what they learned about making music from Pharrell.
Arum Rae has a Conversation with Anthony Valadez at the TuneIn Studios. The New York based, singer-songwriter discusses the minimalist approach of her project - Sub Rosa, how limited resources enhance creativity, and her love of 90’s R&B.
Jade Bird has a Conversation with Anthony Valadez at the TuneIn Studios. The British songstress talks going from playing in her bedroom to playing at Hyde Park with Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty in a year's time and the importance of practicing her craft every single day.
Cold War Kids join Anthony Valadez for a Conversation at the TuneIn Studios. They talk about creating their own lane in music, the time they had a tattoo artist tattooing their album logo on guests of their release party, and Ken Griffey Jr. "SO SO SO SO Tied Up Remix EP" & "LA Divine," out now!