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This Schoolhouse Rocks! Paul Green School of Rock Music...

Friday - Nov 11, 2011 Life

This article originally appeared on Sure, the Ramones sang about it in the ’80s, but until recently, the idea of a rock ‘n’ roll high school existed only on the radio airwaves. Imagine music lessons that are more Beatles than Beethoven, where students not only practice their instruments, but also learn performance skills, and […]

Interview: Talking with Talib Kweli

Wednesday - Nov 9, 2011 Artists

This article originally appeared on A conversation about rap and hip-hop would be incomplete without mention of Brooklyn's Talib Kweli. Talib's been hitting up hip-hop lovers with lyrics that defy the stereotype that rap is all about violence, money, and misogyny. His rhymes uplift listeners with a positive message and witty wordplay over hot […]

Teen Pop Explosion

Wednesday - Nov 9, 2011 Industry News

This article originally appeared on Unless you have been living in total seclusion for the past couple of years, there is no way you could not have noticed the recent bubble-gum pop outbreak that has taken America by storm. In fact, turn on any all-hit radio station in just about any city, big or […]

Listening to Lyrics

Tuesday - Nov 8, 2011 Life

This article originally appeared on You've probably heard about Eminem's and Madonna's controversial song lyrics. Of course, there are always two sides to every story. On one hand there's the artist who writes or chooses to perform songs that are very meaningful to him and that he feels convey a powerful message to his […]

Interview: Rapper Nelly Holla's at TeenWire

Monday - Nov 7, 2011 Artists

This article originally appeared on That's right, TeenWire visitors, St. Louis rap phenomenon Nelly is here! Already taking the entertainment industry by storm, selling more than seven million copies of his debut album, Country Grammar, Nelly is about to hit us again with his new album, Nellyville. Nellyville will drop June 25. Nellyville's first […]

Interview: Case & Joe on Sex, Music, Love, & Relationships

Monday - Nov 7, 2011 Artists

This article originally appeared on "Touch Me, Tease Me," Case's hit single featuring Foxy Brown, raised eyebrows and huddled dance floors during that short, hot summer of '96. The following year, Joe's "I Don't Want To Be A Player" took the focus away from the movie sound track for which it was made - […]