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Heard Around the Web [New Jams]

Posted by ThatsMyJamRadio on January 16, 2012

Aleesha Dixon
VIDEO: “Do It Our Way (Play)” [We Are Pop Slags]

Amber Rose feat. Wiz Khalifa
“Fame” [Idolator]

Analog Players Society feat. Cecilia Stalin
“I Can’t Wait” [Mixtape Maestro (2.0)]

Andrew Bennett feat. Shena
“Alright” [VIBE4ME]

Belleruche
VIDEO: “Stormbird” [Soul Bounce]

Bei Maejor
“The Truth” [Popcrush]

Bella Thorne feat. Pia Mia
“Bubblegum Boy” [Popcrush]

Blake McGrath feat. Dawn Richard
“Forget About the World” [Prophet Blog]

Boddhi Satva feat. Vikter Duplaix
“From Another World” [Soul Bounce]

Brandy (Bran’ Nu)
“Hot Shot” [Mixtape Maestro (2.0)]

Britney Spears
“Strangest Love” and “Don’t Keep Me Waiting” (Acoustic) [Idolator]

Britney Spears
“Look Who’s Talking Now” [Popcrush]

Candice Anitra
VIDEO: “Today” [Soul Bounce]

Carishma
VIDEO: “Glow in the Dark” [PopDirt]

Carly Rae Jespen
VIDEO: “Call Me Maybe” [Popcrush]

Chelsea Korka
“My All,” “Big Cheese (Give It To Me),” “In Love Again,” “Make Me Feel” and “Lost in the Music” [Prophet Blog]

Cher Lloyd feat. Astro
VIDEO: “Want U Back”[Popcrush]

Chris Brown
“Convertible” [Don’t Stop the Musik]

Chris Lake
VIDEO: “Sundown[About.com – Dance]

Cody Simpson
VIDEO: “What You Want” [Popdust]

The Cube Guys feat. Luciana
VIDEO: “Jump” [About.com – Dance]

D’Angelo
“Black Hole Sun” [Soul Bounce]

Dawn Richard
VIDEO: “SMFU (Save Me From You)” [RnB Music Blog]

Demi Lovato
“Give Your Heart a Break” [Idolator]

Diggs Duke
“Something in My Soul” and “Holding On” [Soul Bounce]

Emeli Sandé
“Next to Me” [We Are Pop Slags]

EMiL
VIDEO: “Deadwood” [Soul Bounce]

Eric Hutchinson
VIDEO: “Watching You Watch Him” [PopDirt]

Eric Lau feat. Guilty Simpson, Fatima & Oliver Daysoul
“Yesterday” [Soul Bounce]

Fela Kuti
“Truth Don Die” (Kerri Chandler Mix) [Bama Soul]

Frank Ocean
“4 Tears” and “Girlfriend’s Best Friend” [Soul Bounce]

fun feat. Janelle Monáe
VIDEO: “We Are Young” [Popdust]

Full Crate feat. David Simmons
“Without My Heart” [Soul Bounce]

Gareth Emery feat. Christina Novelli
VIDEO: “Concrete Angel” [New Trance Music]

Georgia Anne Muldrow and Madlib
“Seeds” [Soul Bounce]

Ghost Mutt
“Sweat Mode” and “Figure You Out” [Soul Bounce]

Glenn Underground
“Gospel 1″ [Bama Soul]

Goldfrapp
“Melancholy Sky” [We Are Pop Slags]

Goodwill and Hook N’ Sling
VIDEO: “Take You Higher” [About.com – Dance]

Haifa Wehbe
“Ya Majnoun” [Prophet Blog]

i SQUARE
“Future for Us” [Don’t Stop the Musik]

Idle Warship
“Laser Beams” [Soul Bounce]

Iggy Azalea
VIDEO: “The Last Song” [Idolator]

Jason Mraz
“I Won’t Give Up” [Popdust]

J-Boogie’s Dubtronic Science
VIDEO: “Magik” (Egyptian Lover Remix) [That’s My Jam]

Jean Grae
“U & Me & Everyone We Know” [Soul Bounce]

Jess Mills
VIDEO: “Pixelated People” [About.com – Dance]

Jesse Boykins III
VIDEO: “Zoner” [Soul Bounce]

Jessica Jarrell feat. Cody Simpson(?)
“Make It Hot” [Popcrush]

Jessie J
VIDEO: “Domino” (Version 2) [We Are Pop Slags]

Jill Scott
VIDEO: “Lovely Day” [Soul Bounce]

John Dahlback
“Soldier” [VIBE4ME]

Juliette
VIDEO: “Love Me & My Hair” [Soul Bounce]

Justin Bieber feat. Jaden Smith
“Happy New Year” [Popcrush]

Katy Perry
“Bullet” [Popdust]

Kele vs. Sander van Doorn feat. Lucy Taylor
“What Did I Do” [VIBE4ME]

Kimberly Nichole
“Lithium” and “What’s Up” [Soul Bounce]

K’Jon
VIDEO: “Will You Be There” [Soul Bounce]

Krystale
“Bag of Gold” [Bama Soul]

Lady Gaga
“Take You Out” [Idolator]

Lady Gaga
“Stuck on Fuckin’ You” [Idolator]

Lana Del Rey
“Yayo” [We Are Pop Slags]

Lana Del Rey
“National Anthem” and “This is What Makes Us Girls” [Idolator]

Lana Del Rey
“Diet Mountain Dew” [Popcrush]

Lemy Leopard
“Stay But House Me” [Soul Bounce]

Lianne La Havas
“Forget” (Two Inch Punch’s ‘New Jack Thing’ Rework) [Soul Bounce]

Linzee Nicole
“Baby Just” [Don’t Stop the Musik]

Lossy
“Rain Came Down” [Bama Soul]

Malice & Mario Sweet
“Congratulations” [Soul Bounce]

Mary J. Blige feat. Drake
VIDEO: “Mr. Wrong” [Popdust]

Meg Myers
“Adelaide” [Mixtape Maestro (2.0)]

Michael Canitrot
“White Escape” [About.com – Dance]

Michael Kiwanuka
“They Say I’m Doing Just Fine” [Mixtape Maestro (2.0)]

Mike Posner
VIDEO: “Looks Like Sex” [Popdust]

Miranda Cosgrove
“Million Dollar” [Popcrush]

MNEK
“If He’s the One” [Prophet Blog]

Morgan Page feat. Tegan & Sara
“Body Work” [About.com – Dance]

Muhsinah
VIDEO: “Stop!” [Soul Bounce]

Mycah Chevalier
“In a Sentimental Mood” [Soul Bounce]

Najee feat. Phil Perry
VIDEO: “Just to Fall in Love” [Soul Bounce]

Natalia Kills
VIDEO: “Kill My Boyfriend” [Prophet Blog]

Neon Hitch
“Fuck You Betta” [Prophet Blog]

Nerina Pallot
VIDEO: “All Bets Are Off” [We Are Pop Slags]

Nicola Roberts
“Memory of You” [We Are Pop Slags]

Paper Aeroplanes
“Winter Never Comes” (Mark Eteson Remix) [New Trance Music]

Pixie Lott
VIDEO: “Kiss the Stars” [We Are Pop Slags]

Plastik Funk vs. Gabriel & Castellon
“Alive” (Plastik Funk Retwist) [About.com – Dance]

Purity Ring
“Lofticries” [Bama Soul]

Quantic and Alice Russell feat. Combo Bárbaro
“Look Around the Corner” [Soul Bounce]

R. Kelly
“I Quit You” and “Nothing On” [Idolator]

Richie Arci
“Love Song” [About.com – Dance]

Rihanna
“Roc Me Out” [Popcrush]

Rihanna feat. Jay-Z
“Talk That Talk” [Prophet Blog]

Robert Glasper Experiment feat. KING
“Move Love” [Soul Bounce]

Robert Glasper Experiment feat. Erykah Badu
“Afro Blue” [Soul Bounce]

Robert Glasper Experiment feat. Musiq Soulchild & Chrisette Michele
“Ah Yeah” [Soul Bounce]

Rogue Romeo
VIDEO: “City of Glass” [About.com – Dance]

Ruben Studdard
“June 28th (I’m Single)” [Idolator]

Ryan Leslie
VIDEO: “Good Girl” [Soul Bounce]

Scissor Sisters
VIDEO: “Shady Love” [We Are Pop Slags]

Seal
“Let’s Stay Together” [Soul Bounce]

Sean Kingston feat. Nicki Minaj
“Born to Be Wild” [Popdust]

Sebastien Drums feat. Niles Mason
“French Rules” [About.com – Dance]

Steve Aoki feat. Wynter Gordon
VIDEO: “Ladi Dadi” [Idolator]

Teen Daze
“Let’s Groove” [Mixtape Maestro (2.0)]

Tess
“Sweet Dreams” [Bama Soul]

Teyana Taylor feat. Wale
“Make Your Move” [Prophet Blog]

Tiësto feat. Anastacia
VIDEO: “What Can We Do (A Deeper Love)” [About.com – Dance]

Trackademicks
“Lila Says” [Soul Bounce]

The Türs
“Love Street” [Soul Bounce]

Van Hunt
VIDEO: “Eyes Like Pearls” [Soul Bounce]

Wonder Girls feat. School Gyrls
VIDEO: “The DJ is Mine” [Prophet Blog]

The xx
“Open Eyes” [Mixtape Maestro (2.0)]

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The Scenario Downstairs – Part 2: Boddhi Satva [Events]

Posted by ThatsMyJamRadio on September 22, 2010


House heads of the global soul variety in Phoenix won’t want to miss The Scenario Downstairs, one of the city’s premier destinations for hybrid world and house music. Tonight’s event at Bar Smith will be extra special, as regular headliner World Famous Rani “g” welcomes ancestral soul king Boddhi Satva. The two men are passionate about music and have amazing skills on the ones and twos. Check out J.Ly’s conversation with World Famous Rani “g” (yesterday) and Boddhi Satva (today).

J.LY: What attracted you to house Music?
BODDHI SATVA: When I first heard the music of Kevin Yost and Alton Miller during a journey I spent in London, it came to me like a revelation almost. I knew this was the music that I would definitely be into. Then, when I listened to Osunlade play live six years ago in Belgium, his sound was such a discovery for me and I definitely knew that it would bridge the gap between my roots and other genres of music I was feeling.

How do you integrate house music with the other styles of music you’ve performed and grew up listening to?
It is something very natural I guess. To me, this music has changed so much that I don’t call it house music anymore and, honestly, I still haven’t got a proper name for it. I guess I’ll just name it “Music that has Soul.”

Would you describe your music as dance-floor oriented or something people can listen to while sitting at home, or something else?
When I create a piece of music, I never try to take any directions specifically. The funny thing is that I always end up with some kind of uptempo to midtempo type of piece. I have no real etiquette for my music once again, but one thing I know is that it’s music I do to heal people’s souls. In other words, you can be home or on the dance floor. I believe that if you are open, you will dance to it and let your inner person feel the energies I put in my sounds.

How does Africa embrace dance music compared to other countries and continents you’ve been to?
Africa definitely is into it, or at least has the potential to be into it. Thing is, most of the clubs owners there are like everywhere else in the world, oriented to music that medias bring to them, with a couple exceptions of course. Africa is changing in many ways, and it is the time for us as individuals to know and see what and how we want to be part of this great artistic move. One thing for sure, people there listen to the music and even if some of them never heard it before, if it is quality, they will dance.

You’ve previously spun in Phoenix at an event hosted by Joe DiPadova — how did you connect with him?
We’ve been connected to each other by our man, the world-famous brother from another mother, the fantastic World Famous Rani “g.” Beautiful people for sure and totally looking forward to playing for all you guys again. Make sure the friends of your friends come with their friends. The more we are, the better it is. Black, white, yellow, green, red, purple ― all the tribes and cultures are welcome.

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Uniting as ONE Part 2 of 2 – Boddhi Satva

Posted by ThatsMyJamRadio on May 29, 2008


House heads of the global soul variety won’t want to miss the return of ONE, Phoenix’s premier destination for a hybrid of world and house music, at the Ruby Room, 717 S. Central Ave. The event, which takes place on Friday, May 30, will be headlined by two men who are passionate about music and have amazing skills on the ones and twos. Check out this two-part feature, with insight from Rani “g” (part 1) and Boddhi Satva (part 2).

THAT’S MY JAM: What attracted you to House Music?

BODDHI SATVA: When I first heard the music of Kevin Yost and Alton Miller during a journey I spent in London, it came to me like a revelation almost. I knew this was the music that I would definitely be into. Then, when I listened to Osunlade play live four years ago in Belgium, his sound was such a discovery for me and I definitely knew that it would bridge the gap between my roots and other genres of music I was feeling.

How do you integrate house music with the other styles of music you’ve performed and grew up listening to?
It is something very natural I guess. To me, this music has changed so much that I don’t call it house music anymore and honestly I still haven’t got a proper name for it. I guess I’ll just name it “Music that has Soul.”

Would you describe your music as dance-floor oriented or something people can listen to while sitting at home, or something else?
When I create a piece of music I never try to take any directions specifically. The funny thing is that I always end up with some kind of uptempo to midtempo type of piece. I have no real etiquette for my music once again, but one thing I know is that it’s music I do to heal people’s souls. In other words, you can be home or on the dance floor. I believe that if you are open you will dance to it and let your inner person feel the energies I put in my sounds.

How does Africa embrace dance music compared to other countries and continents you’ve been to?
Africa definitely is into it, or at least has the potential to be into it. Thing is, most of the clubs owners there are like everywhere else in the world, oriented to music that medias bring to them, with a couple exceptions of course. Africa is changing in many ways, and it is the time for us as individuals to know and see what and how we want to be part of this great artistic move. One thing for sure, people there listen to the music and even if some of them never heard it before, if it is quality, they will dance.

How did you connect to Joe DiPadova and the ONE event you’ll be performing at in Phoenix?
We’ve been connected to each other by our man, the world-famous brother from another mother, the fantastic Rani “g.” Beautiful people for sure and totally looking forward to playing for all you guys. Make sure the friends of your friends come with their friends. The more we are, the better it is. Black, white, yellow, green, red, purple ― all the tribes and cultures are welcome.

www.myspace.com/boddhisatvavarti
www.myspace.com/offeringrecordings
www.atalmusic.com
www.yorubarecords.com
www.seedrecordings.com

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