Bringing ’88 Back: E.U. – “Da Butt”

Walked in this place... 30 years ago and you can please believe that E.U. "Da Butt" can still get the folks on the floor.


Now Playing/Visuals: Dee-1: “I Don’t Want To Let You Down”

In the video for his new single "I Don't Want To Let You Down" Dee-1 features actual kids in New Orleans who support their families by entertaining tourists in the French Quarters. A native of New Orleans himself, he felt it was important to share their story and struggle.

Micah Wilshire Manifesto EP Cover

GFM: Spotlight Interview: Five Questions for Micah Wilshire

Emerging Nashville musician Micah Wilshire has worked with artists like Darius Rucker and Jake Owen. Now, he's in the forefront with his own music. Read the interview and take a listen to/be touched by "Woman", the lead single from Micah Wilshire's EP Manifesto.

Bringing ’88 Back: James Brown -“Sex Machine” (Live Album)/BTG Playlist

Bridging The Gap is nothing new to these pages here. We needed a reminder to go back to our roots. This week's entry into our "Bringing '88 Back" series gets right down to it.


#NowPlaying: Tom Misch – “Geography”

#Growns do yourself a favor and get into the debut album from singer/songwriter and DJ Tom Misch.

“Cover Me” Sundays – “September” EWF/Taylor Swift

No I'm not Latifah but I've definitely had it up to here click on the post to see what we 'gon do about it.


#NowWatching: Rick Beato – “What Killed Rock & Roll? (Hint: It Wasn’t Hip Hop)”

#Growns found this video today concerning the demise of Rock & Roll in the mainstream marketplace. I thought the discussion covered some great points that apply to other genres as well, give it a view and we'd love to hear your thoughts afterwards.

Daniel Caesar & H.E.R.

Now Playing/Visuals: Daniel Caesar Feat. H.E.R.: “Best Part”

Now Playing/Visuals: "Best Part" by Daniel Caesar featuring H.E.R. Check out the peaceful sounds and visuals of this song and let them take you away.

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Bringing ’88 Back: Sananda Maitreya (Terence Trent D’arby) “Wishing Well”

In our Bringing '88 Back segment today we get up and get down with the second single from The Hardline According To Terence Trent D'arby "Wishing Well"

Peabo Bryson Love Like Yours And Mine Single

Now Playing: Peabo Bryson: “Love Like Yours And Mine”

Check out the new single from Peabo Bryson: "Love Like Yours And Mine", produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. We think the duo's direction paired with the legend's vocals equal a track that is fresh yet familiar. Get into it.


Now Playing: GFM’s Babyface Extended Playlist

Grown Folks Music presents the Babyface Extended Playlist. A collection of some of the songs Babyface has crafted for other artists over the last 3 decades. Hopefully, a few will surprise you.


GFM Spotlight Interview: Brian Culbertson Talks Colors of Love Album & Tour

Brian Culbertson talks about his new album Colors of Love and the supporting tour happening right now! He shares his motivation behind the album and tells a great story about opening up for Barry Manilow many years ago.

Cover Me Sundays: “Visions” Stevie Wonder/Cécile McLorin Salvant

It's Sunday so it's time for another edition of your favorite Sunday Web Series "Cover Me" Sundays!


Bringing ’88 Back: Sade – “Love Is Stronger Than Pride”

Great music has no expiration date. 30 years after its release "Love Is Stronger Than Pride" is the living embodiment of that statement.

Why?(The King Of Love Is Dead) Martin Luther King, Jr. (January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968)

Today we pause to reflect and to wrestle with questions of the reality of where we are 50 years after Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee.


Now Playing: Louis York “Slow Motion” (Reimagined)

Enjoy the total package of musicianship that is Louis York. With Slow Motion (Reimagined) Chuck Harmony and Claude Kelly wrote and beautifully executed a heart string-plucking song about making the most of each moment with the one you love who may not be around forever.