I partnered up with BOYD and we’re offering a 7 week music program, titled BEATZ BY JAE on Wednesday nights 6-8pm.
Students ages 9 and up will learn about the history of music from an African cultural perspective. After the 7 weeks students will be able to:
-Making Music song structure, beat patterns, concept and sampling
-Song Writing -Recording -Transitions which includes blending, mixing and scratching
Students will compete and make a sample song the winner will receive a beats machine to continue the craft.
Het klavecimbel is een dagje weg. Staat in de Loolaankerk te pronken voor het concert wat om half drie begint. Er worden mooie schilderijen tentoongesteld en er is een officiële opening. Men wilde daar een hooggeplaatst persoon voor uitnodigen. Voor ons in ieder geval een verrassing die dat zal zijn (prinses Margriet werd al geopperd) Maurits en Lisa, onze oudste zoon met zijn vriendin gaan het muzikaal omlijsten met orgelspel, klavecimbelspel en zang. Dus als je interesse hebt in een rustmoment in een mooie koele kerk en mooie muziek? Welkom! #Loolaankerk#grotekerkapeldoorn#music#concert#makethemusic
Welcome to the family! Picked this beauty up from the Buy and Sell today. It was one of those serendipitous moments where you pick up a guitar and immediately it becomes an extension of your hands. When I moved to the west coast, I had my eye on a number of white telecasters to commemorate the life change but I never made a move on em. But sometimes fate provides. It looks like the previous owner was refinishing it because the pickups seem a little nicer than other classic vibes I’ve handled and the body is painted in matte. Today was a good day. .
#HappyHipHopBornday to @officialbizmarkie born Marcel Theo Hall ( April 8, 1964), an American rapper, beatboxer, DJ, actor, comedian, singer, reality television personality and commercial spokesperson. He is best known for his single "Just a Friend", an American Top 10 hit in 1989. In 2008, "Just a Friend" made #100 on VH1's list of the 100 greatest hip hop songs of all time. Biz Markie lives in Howard County, Maryland and has helped support County Executive Ken Ulman during his fundraisers.
Biz Markie's career began on Long Island, New York. He attended and graduated from Patchogue Medford High School.
Before he became famous, Biz Markie was interviewed in the 1986 cult documentary Big Fun In The Big Town. Markie released his debut album, Goin' Off, in 1988, which attracted a fair amount of attention, largely due to the lead single, "Make the Music With Your Mouth, Biz". The album also featured the underground hit singles "Nobody Beats The Biz", "Vapors", and "Pickin' Boogers". On October 10, 1989, Biz Markie's second studio album, The Biz Never Sleeps, was released on Cold Chillin'/Warner Bros. Records, produced by Biz, his cousin Cool V and Paul C. The single "Just a Friend", in which he alternates between rap and singing, became Markie's most successful single, reaching #9 on the Billboard charts.
The song interpolates the 1968 song "You Got What I Need" by singer/songwriter Freddie Scott, whose basic chord and melody provided the base for the song's chorus. "Just A Friend" was ranked 81st on VH1's 100 Greatest One-Hit Wonders in 2000, and later as number 100 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop in 2008.
He also made numerous guest appearances with the Beastie Boys on Check Your Head (1992), Ill Communication (1994), Hello Nasty (1998), and their anthology The Sounds of Science (1999). In 1997, Markie appeared on the Rolling Stones' song "Anybody Seen My Baby?" on their album Bridges to Babylon. His part was shortened on some radio versions. Biz also teamed up with Frankie Cutlass on his third single and music video titled "The Cypher Part 3" with some of Marley Marl's Juice Crew veterans.