Play for the chance to win an LP of "Sinatra at The Sands" signed by Quincy Jones himself.
Casual behaviour and outrageous comments quickly gave Tyler Okonma a certain notoriety. Recently endorsed by the musical intelligentsia after Flower Boy and a Grammy nod, the Californian is now abandoning his punk attitude and following in the footsteps of his mentors, Kanye West and Pharrell Williams. His sixth project, IGOR, confirms both his musical and emotional sensitivity.
A century after the birth of Nat King Cole on March 17, 1919 in Montgomery, Alabama, his voice continues to caress some of the most velvety melodies of the post-war period.
Its Quincy Jones' 28th Grammy award and his 80th nomination, but this time he gets to share it with his daughter, Rashida Jones.
This new version of Ataque is a pleasant surprise, bearing the colors of 60s carioca (Rio de Janeiro culture). It also offers a great opportunity to revisit the career of an artist who has been lauded more in the United States than in his native country.
Take a tour of music history by way of Quincy Jones' golden-selling record collection. The inimitable Q himself takes us through some of the records of which he is the most proud, and shares an anecdote or two about how they came to be. This trip down memory lane is like walking through a hall of fame.
The legendary bassist Marcus Miller features Belgian singer-songwriter Selah Sue on the new music video for “Que Sera Sera”–watch it here.