TSL Events Presents: “Sole Spotlight” Live Concert Series

We’re baaaack!!! Join TSL for it’s “SOLE Spotlight Live” concert series where we celebrate the heart and soul of music. This event promises to be an exciting night filled with Boston’s most talented young musicians performing incredible R&B, Hip Hop, and Soul music. Don’t miss this opportunity to visit one of Boston’s most exciting new concert series of 2013!

Age: 18+


Performers: Elle Gomes, The Urban Nerdz, DJ P-Franchize, and much more!

Hosted by @Musicisforlife

$8 in advance at http://cafe939.com
$10 @ the door with TSL Gear
$15 at the door

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Mixtape: Netta Brielle – Will You Go With Me?

Bay area native and Atlantic records up and coming talent Netta Brielle has released her new project titled “Will You Go With Me?”. Inspired by her memories of young love, the 11 track mixtape displays her melodic range and song versatility. Stay on the look-out for this rising star. I can’t wait to hear more.

Stream Will You Go With Me? here.

Download Will You Go With Me? here.





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Short Film of The Week: Dr. Easy

Michael is a broken man with a gun. He is surrounded by armed police. A robot with medical training is dispatched to negotiate – but can it save him? Dr. Easy is a prologue for a planned feature adaptation of ‘The Red Men’. Written and directed by Jason Groves, Richard Kenworthy and Christopher Harding

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TSL Events Presents: “The Get Down” July 5th

What up TSL Nation! On FRIDAY JULY 5th We’re excited to be bringing you the 2nd edition of “The Get Down” where we combine elements of a Live Band and DJ to make for an electric blend of Hip-Hop. R&B and Funk. This party is also in celebration for TSL’s 2nd year in business!!!

Come through and kickoff your SUMMER right with GOOD MUSIC, GOOD VIBES, & GOOD PEOPLES.

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New Music: Mariami – I Cried

Georgian songstress and Emerson College alum Mariami begins her 2013 with a brand new song titled “I Cry.” The song is inspired by 90’s Hip-Hop. More specifically a Bad Boy records track “Can’t You See” performed by Total and Biggie. She does Total justice by putting her own spin on that beat and owning it.

The song, directed towards a past love, has Mariami telling him everything she’s went through since their love ended. She explains she puts so much emotion and tears into her music in an effort to make sure he knows how she feels without giving him her last piece of pride.

I mean what more could I ask for? New R&B that reminds me of Classic R&B and Hip-Hop. That’s a win. This is a great 2013 debut for Mariami. I look forward to hearing much more from this talented singer as the year goes on.

For more on Mariami, check out her website www.mariamimusic.com


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Mixtape Review: Rick Ross – The Black Bar Mitzvah

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Seemingly out of nowhere, Rick Ross drops a brand new mixtape titled The Black Bar Mitzvah as a promotional tool to promote the upcoming MMG Tour (tickets can be purchased here. Rick Ross uses all industry beats as a canvas to paint his dominance in the game at the moment. This tape features new verses from Rockie Fresh, Drake, Gunplay, 2 Chainz, and Slab. Along with Meek’s and Gunplay’s new singles, Ross adds a promo track promoting the upcoming MMG tour.

Ross sticks to his usual formula of adding a new verse to the beginning of complete songs and calling it a remix. He selects specific verses from the original to leave on the song {i.e. 2 Chainz verse in “Mercy”). He remixes hit songs like “Mercy”, “I Don’t Like”, “Bands A Make Her Dance”, “No Worries”, and “Clique” to name a few. He even enlists Peter Rosenberg from Hot 97 for his Bar Mitzvah lingo expertise on a skit. The song that stuck out most to me on this tape was what seemed to be the original version of “Presidential” with Pharrell on the hook. Ross added a fresh verse from Rockie Fresh for good measure.

There aren’t any new original songs on this mixtape but some new bars and it should not be missed. Ross understands this music marketing game very well and makes sure that MMG will stay at the forefront of your mind with new music. So as Peter Rosenberg would say, “Have a nosh” and enjoy this new project from Rick Ross. Anybody who misses this project is a meshugah in my eyes.

Must Listen Tracks: “Us”, “Clique”, “Presidential Remix”, “No Worries”, “911”

Download The Black Bar Mitzvah here



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