Rose Gold sits down w/ DJ Moonbaby on UnRestricted to discuss working w Terrace Martin, her inspirations for songwriting and her new project. Performing her track on Terrace Martin's "Crenshaw Dreams" compilation celebrating 70 years BHC.
MC Ill Camille drops some bars and chops it up w/ DJ Moonbaby about her Hip-Hop album "Heirloom" and how growing up in LA influenced her music.. Terrace Martin's "Crenshaw Dreams" compilation features Ill Camille's "Shine ON"
7th Annual Guild of Music Supervisors Awards
The Recording Academy joined the Guild Of Music Supervisors at The Theater at Ace Hotel for their 7th Annual Guild of Music Supervisors Awards to honor excellence in the craft of music supervision for film, television, documentary, trailers, video games and advertising. Hosts DJ Moonbaby and Guild Secretary Jonathan McHugh conducted interviews throughout the evening with a myriad of top industry guests and caught up with newly-crowned winners.
59th GRAMMY week edition of Buzzin' @ Baldwin Hills Crenshaw
Singer, songwriter, record producer and the father of p-funk, George Clinton talks about his book Brothas Be, Yo Like George, Ain't That Funkin' Kinda Hard on You?, an album with Thundercat, feeling re-inspired, his movie Kuso and his favorite GRAMMY moment with The Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Three time GRAMMY nominated artist, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Terrace Martin talks about his new album Velvet Portraits, his love of jazz, his new label Sounds of Crenshaw, producing an album for Herbie Hancock, and what a GRAMMY represents.
American gospel musician and pastor, Travis Greene, performs his GRAMMY nominated song "Made a Way" off of his 2015 album, The Hill.
American gospel musician, pastor and 2x GRAMMY nominee, Travis Greene talks with DJ Moonbaby about being a secret Justin Bieber fan, why he decided to perform at the 2017 Presidential inauguration, his upcoming live concert album Crossover and being influenced by Kirk Franklin and Israel Houghton.
Christian hip-hop artist Derek Minor performs an acapella version of his song "Greatness" off of his EP, 1014.
Christian hip-hop artist and producer Derek Minor talks about being influenced by Tupac, having a number one single on the Christian Billboard chart, his recent trip to Haiti, and his take on gospel hip hop.
Faithful to her fans’ request to bring back R&B, GRAMMY-Winning artist and songwriter Mya released her latest album, Smoove Jones, on her own label, Planet 9, on Valentine’s Day 2016. In the year that followed, the album gained her a GRAMMY nomination for Best R&B Album. In this special GRAMMY Week episode of Buzzin’ from Baldwin Hills Crenshaw, Mya talks with DJ Moonbaby about the creative inception of the album, her unique approach to running her own label, her favorite collaborative GRAMMY moment with Patti LaBelle on “Lady Marmalade,” and her mission to continue to make music from the heart.
Essence Music Festival 2016
Reporting from backstage at Essence Music Festival 2016, host DJ Moonbaby sat down with Common for this edition of GRAMMY Pro Buzzin’. Common, who walked away from the 58th GRAMMY Awards with the statue for Best Song Written For Visual Media, reveals his favorite part of Essence Fest,the rap album that had the most influence on him, and a few details about his upcoming project, A Bigger Picture Called Free.
Chicago hip-hop artist Sir the Baptist stopped by The Den at Howlin’ Wolf in New Orleans during Essence Music Festival to give a special performance of his song “Creflo ‘Almighty’ Dollar.”
Chicago hip-hop artist Sir the Baptist stopped by The Den at Howlin’ Wolf in New Orleans during Essence Music Festival to talk with DJ Moonbaby about the unique origins and philosophy behind his music, the audio branding roots of his creative process, and his mission to employ honesty and truth to drive realistic conversations in the church, the music community, and beyond.
New Orleans’ own Tank And The Bangas paid a visit to The Den at Howlin’ Wolf during Essence Music Festival to chat with DJ Moonbaby about their eclectic gumbo sound that mixes R&B, soul, spoken word, funk and more. The group also talked about their organic beginnings at a Sunday night open mic night, and the circle of influence their latest album, Think Tank, has entered.
R&B singer/songwriter Guordan Banks stopped by The Den at Howlin’ Wolf in New Orleans during Essence Music Festival 2016 to sit down with DJ Moonbaby and discuss his gospel roots, his new single “Keep You In Mind,” working with K. Roosevelt, and how he was able to cut through the noise online and use Soundcloud to drive radio play.
58th GRAMMY week edition of Buzzin'
On this special GRAMMY Week 2016 edition of GRAMMY Pro Buzzin’, host DJ Moonbaby sat down with soul songstress Tweet. The singer/songwriter spoke about the reason behind her six-year hiatus and going back to the basics with her latest album, Charlene before treating us to a performance of “I Was Created For This.”
On this special GRAMMY Week 2016 edition of GRAMMY Pro Buzzin’, host DJ Moonbaby sits down with BJ the Chicago Kid. The GRAMMY-nominated rapper talks Janet Jackson, Kendrick Lamar, and his upcoming album, In My Mind.
On each episode of GRAMMY Pro Buzzin’, host DJ Moonbaby sits down with people who are making it happen in the music business. In this week’s edition, two-time GRAMMY winner Lecrae sat down with us to talk about his crossover appeal, transcending categories to garner GRAMMY nominations (and wins) in the Rap, Contemporary Christian Music, and Gospel Fields. We also talk to the artist about his history-making album Anomaly and the reason it is bigger than anything he has done before.
On GRAMMY Pro Buzzin’, host DJ Moonbaby sits down with people who are making it happen in the music business. On this week’s edition, GRAMMY-winning gospel music artist Tasha Cobbs sat down with us to talk about her latest album One Place Live. Recorded live at Redemption Church in Greenville, South Carolina, One Place Live is Cobbs’ second album on Motown Gospel. The album was released in August 2015 and rose to No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Gospel Albums chart. Tune in to hear Cobbs talk about her GRAMMY moment, the song that was 18 years in the making, and her favorite songs on the album.
On each episode of GRAMMY Pro Buzzin’, host DJ Moonbaby sits down with people who are making it happen in the music business. On this week’s edition, jazz saxophonist Kamasi Washington sat down with us to talk about The Epic, his triple-disc opus released in May 2015. Before giving us a taste of the album with a performance of “Re Run” (featuring Miles Mosley on upright bass), Washington spoke about working with Kendrick Lamar on To Pimp A Butterfly and playing with George Duke.