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The 10 Best India Arie Songs of All-Time

The 10 Best India Arie Songs of All-Time

India Arie first emerged in 2001 with her debut album Acoustic Soul. The album was a phenomenon, breaking into the top ten, certifying multi-platinum, earning seven Grammy award nominations, and presenting an artist who could take inspiration from the likes of Roberta Flack and Stevie Wonder while still sounding compellingly contemporary. Since then, Arie has…

Ranking All the Songs From the Pulp Fiction Soundtrack

Ranking All the Songs From the Pulp Fiction Soundtrack

Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino is well known for his critically acclaimed films. His style of filmmaking includes ensemble casts, non linear storylines, extended dialogs, pop culture, dark humor, and violence. Pulp Fiction contains all of these elements. The 1994 film was a critical success and won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. It’s ensemble cast…

The 10 Best India Arie Songs of All-Time

The 10 Best India Arie Songs of All-Time

India Arie’s work joins the growing family of contemporary protest music from artists like Beyonce, D’Angelo, Kendrick Lamar, and Blood Orange, who have come up with music that has inspired the Black Lives Matter movement. India Arie is well-known for singing songs with deep and powerful messages that perfectly capture her self-assurance and positive spirit….

The 10 Best Jerry Jeff Walker Albums of All Time

The 10 Best Jerry Jeff Walker Albums of All Time

Jerry Jeff Walker is an American country singer, songwriter, and artist. His journey to building his career started in the late 1950s. He rose to fame with his self-penned song “Mr. Bojangles.” His albums consistently rank among the best-selling Texas Country releases of all time. Jerry Jeff Walker’s “best of” album includes his most famous…

The 10 Best The Mars Volta Songs of All-Time

The 10 Best The Mars Volta Songs of All-Time

Formed in 2001 after the break up of singer Cedric Bixler-Zavala and keyboardist Marcel Rodríguez-López’s former band At the Drive In, The Mars Volta rode into town on a wave of progressive sonic experimentation. Their music was too left field to make them marketable, but even if they were too niche for radio, their willingness…