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The station is Southern FM 88.3 and is located in the southern suburbs of Melbourne. We bring you the latest Hip Hop album dates and releases, guides, exclusive interviews, reviews, and the eventual diss and controversy. From The Sugar Hill Gang to Lil Tecca and everything in between, we make sure that you stay informed when it comes to hip hop news. Back in the early 90s when Sydney dance label Central Station were pumping out faceless, interchangeable Eurotrash dance singles, hoping for one to land in the charts and make them a fortune, they would have jumped at the opportunity to release Feels Like a Different Thing. An anthemic dancefloor filler anchored by a bright, plastic piano sound and a drum machine breakbeat too obnoxious to argue with, Confidence Man seemingly wrench lyrics straight from an Aerobics Oz Style VHS and drench the chorus in life-affirming gospel vocals.



As is befitting of the man who could write a Savage Garden radio hit in his sleep, it takes all of five seconds for the song’s hook to present itself and worm into your brain, after which he pounds it over and over, as if triggering a soul sample. While Hayes’s version of EDM doesn’t involve a preprogrammed beat soullessly revving to a preordained drop, he achieves a similar effect in the bridge with a congo beat that sprints with wide-eyed, childlike excitement towards the hook. If this is you, the Black Cardinals are your new favourite band – a riff-roaring, stage-stalking rock’n’roll beast, possessing all the swagger of Jagger and none of the Maroon 5 references.

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You’d be forgiven for thinking that Keith is ready to celebrate his recent wins; his laid-back flow certainly suggests he is having a relaxed time of it. But listen closely to the lyrics of 5FT FREESTYLE and you will see piles of bodies lying in his wake, as he slays time after time, rhyme after rhyme, with some of the deftest putdowns since Eminem decided to foster a grudge against Moby. “ swim good, to be Frank,” he starts, namechecking new labelmate Frank Ocean, in the only complementary shoutout on this track. I won’t go through all the one-liners, it’s more fun to go in blind, but rest assured, these are just the warning shots.

Built upon a distorted Eastern guitar riff that sits somewhere between Cochise by Audioslave, Israel’s Son by Silverchair and the Party of Five theme, vocalist Craig Cassar roars like the third Robinson brother, alongside a band that deals out a steady, bluesy backbeat.I won’t go through all the one-liners, it’s more fun to go in blind, but rest assured, these are just the warning shots.Equipping worship musicians and leaders of all skill levels to answer the call, with passion and confidence.Listen to Jamie Grace’s new songs including "Party Like a Princess", and many more.More Than a Song is a weekly podcast dedicated to helping you discover the truth of Scripture hidden in today's popular Christian music.

The show will also have guest interviews, commentary and segments that will assist artist in their music career. Listen to Jamie Grace’s new songs including "Party Like a Princess", and many more. Enjoy Jamie Grace’s latest songs and explore the Jamie Grace’s new music albums. If you want to download Jamie Grace songs MP3, use the Boomplay App to download the Jamie Grace songs for free. Discover Jamie Grace’s latest songs, popular songs, trending songs all on Boomplay. Always New Day Always beams in like a sepia-stained standard, the type of full-bodied record that would crackle out of old gramophones as couples slow-dance while the heartbroken fight back tears in the corner.

1the Jamie Grace Podcast

Weekly podcast from the Music Ministry of Times Square Church in New York City. Features original music, interviews with songwriters, and discussions on contoversial topics in Christian Music Ministry. Dj Pdogg has gone from being a college dj to touring with Grammy Award winning artist Lecrae and shares his stories of 18 years in the music industry, being a new home schooling dad and his path to better health.

Where does Jamie Grace live now? Jamie Grace is a singer, songwriter, musician and actress residing in Los Angeles, California.

Built upon a distorted Eastern guitar riff that sits somewhere between Cochise by Audioslave, Israel’s Son by Silverchair and the Party of Five theme, vocalist Craig Cassar roars like the third Robinson brother, alongside a band that deals out a steady, bluesy backbeat. You better believe all this is leading to a thrilling wah-wah-assisted shredding solo. If you are the type of music fan who keeps the dial locked to Triple M and has the Four Symbols tattooed on your skin, you may be a little bemused at recent reports of guitar music receding from the culture, of pop stars and hip-hop producers crowding charts.



This episode features music from the Swan Silvertones, Aretha Franklin , Andrae Crouch, Helen Robinson Youth Chorus, Fountain of Life Singers, St. Luke's Young Adult Choir, and others. This episode features music from Mahalia Jackson on the 50th anniversary of her passing, plus Washington Phillips, Blind Pearly Brown, Teddy Huffam & the Gems, Gene Martin & Miracle Valley Choir, Artistic Nightingales, Chosen Gospel Singers, and others.

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