Apr 2, 2013
PRLog US Entertainment
Platinum Selling Recording Artist Adina Howard Joins Monarchy Records
Apr. 2, 2013 - BOCA RATON, Fla. -- American R&B singer Adina Howard, who rose to prominence in the mid-1990s with her debut album "Do You Wanna Ride?" joins Hip-Hop, R&B label Monarchy Records, a Division of the Spectra Music Group.
Poetry in motion: Rhody rap-tacular, part 1
Swagger-free, highly skilled hip-hop artists made some serious noise around these parts in 2012 and, judging by the updates we've culled here, 2013 should be another banner year for Ocean State hip-hop. I am proud to get more and more hip-hop coverage on this page, hence the two-part spread .
Right now, Death Grips are better known for their boner-featuring album art for No Love Deep Web and their decision to self-release for free their major-label debut than for their music.
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