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Video: The Foreign Exchange Better feat. Eric Roberson & Shana Tucker
It is becoming very difficult to not crack a smile when The Foreign Exchange and friends engage in their signature “slap your mamma funny” kind of whimsy. Zo!’s latest visuals, directed by Kenneth Price, for the two stepping good time “We Are On The Move” finds Phonte and Eric Roberson joining him in a clever ode to The Whispers’ video for their 1983 hit “Keep On Loving Me.”
Music head Harold Pride uncensored at Spelman’s Community Conversations.
ANTHONY DAVID LIVE WITH THE DO GOODERS November 15, 2013 @ The LOFT (ATL).
A3C, Fahamu Pecou Art, Flux Projects and High Gravity Hip Hop present ALL DAT GLITTERS AINT GOALS. After critically acclaimed presentations in New York, South Carolina, Austin & Houston, TX, ADG premieres for the first time in ATLANTA! This event will feature the art and the first ever LIVE PERFORMANCE of music from the EP!
Phonte & Nicolay (The Foreign Exchange) bring their musical joy to Atlanta’s Variety Playhouse on October 26, 2013 at 8pm.
Call It Home” is the first single taken from The Foreign Exchange’s upcoming fourth album, Love In Flying Colors.
One Music Fest, ATL’s respected musical showcase, features a bevy of artists including Snoop Dogg & Goodie Mob.
Muddy Water Group & Harmony in Life presentsMade Man Tour with ZO! of The Foreign Exchange
with special guest Carmen Rodgers Hosted by Jodine Dorce at Vinyl @ Center Stage Saturday August 10th.
FunkJazz Kafe’ Founder Jason Orr Talks Evolution, Trayvon Martin, and Computers Stealing Donny Hathaway’s Vibe
In a far reaching conversation with award winning writer Ed Garnes, founder of From Afros To Shelltoes, Jason Orr , founder of FunkJazz Kafe’, discusses black cultural evolution, Prince, Trayvon Martin, and computers stealing Donny Hathaway’s vibe.
Fahamu Pecou presents “HEIR CONDITIONING” featuring stic.man of dead prez and Okorie Johnson on cello. The latest single from Pecou’s ALL DAT GLITTERS AINT GOALS The EP (Produced by ILLASTRATE): celebrates Black fathers and sons, an image often overlooked and under-acknowledged in society.