That’s how rapper Hassan Hamilton describes himself and his new record. The album is as revealing as the picture on its sleeve suggests: the rapper doesn’t just bare himself physically, but emotionally as well.
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Three recommended new CDs out this week.
Roster includes Ricki Lake, Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh, basketball player and former NBA prospect Isaiah Austin and many others.
Chameleon pop star Lady Gaga hiked up her skirts, growled at the crowd and opportunistically affixed herself to the music, a culture that’s particularly en vogue at the moment.
Get there early to see Lady Gaga tonight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. And bring sweets for the openers, Babymetal.
Base is still traveling, currently on the road as part of the “Legends of Hip Hop” tour.
Washed Out, Big Data, Mike Doughty and Blonde Redhead among new acts booked for the downtown music venue set to reopen Aug. 25.
Midway through the interview, I begin to wonder if Rick DeJesus could charge a cellphone through his voice alone. This is the energy with which the guy speaks.
Concert grosses for Las Vegas shows, including New Kids on the Block and Nine Inch Nails.
3 recommended new CDs released this week
It’s a black and white issue, in the most literal sense. Iggy Azalea. She’s a white girl indebted to black culture.
It’s a bit past 3 on a Saturday afternoon, and Country Chuck is comparing himself to household cleaning supplies and perspiration-absorbing skin care products.
Friends, not-so-friendly rivals, retiring rockers, an outlaw country cuss and more are among the acts highlighting the iHeartRadio Music Festival, whose lineup has been announced.
The show is being billed as a “seven-hour beer-topia.”
Currently on the road with Kiss, Def Leppard have signified their intent to return for a second residency at The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel in the wake of their tour mates recently announcing their own extended engagement at the venue.
The veteran rockers will take over the MGM Grand Garden arena from Oct. 31-Nov. 2.
The three-day music and food festival, which returns to downtown for a second year Oct. 24-26, has announced a handful of additions.
The folks at Insomniac Events, which puts on the Electric Daisy Carnival, have released a cool series of videos chronicling this year’s festivities, featuing performances by the likes of Laidback Luke, Arty and Boregore.
Gardens & Villa is one of those bands that’s at once of the moment and of the past.
Mac Miller’s first full-length, 2011’s “Blue Slide Park,” has become the first independently distributed debut to top the Billboard album chart in 16 years.
We’ve looked to Lady Gaga’s latest album, “Artpop,” for inspiration on how to get the most out of each and every day.
Route 91 Harvest festival headliners include Jason Aldean, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton. The festival is scheduled Oct. 3-5 near the Luxor.
Sand Dollar looks to recapture its reputation of providing consistent, quality, live blues by local bands. “That’s what people wanted it to be. And we wanted to go back to that,” says owner Brooke Alexander.
The Bunkhouse is back, and the small club is returning with some big names. The venerable downtown music venue, which reopens Aug. 25 after closing last summer for renovation, has officially announced its first batch of shows.
The annual wine and music event expands to two days, will feature pop punks Blink-182, Violent Femmes, Train and more.