Pete Johnson’s Blasts From My Past: Booker T. & the M.G.’s “The Best Of” (Stax/Rhino)

Pete Johnson’s Blasts From My Past: Booker T. & the M.G.’s “The Best Of” (Stax/Rhino)

I love instrumentals in music. One of the saddest phenomenon’s in music is that there has not been a instrumental hit of any note (in my opinion) since Harold Faltermeyer did Axel F. for the “Beverly Hills Cop” soundtrack in the 1980s. As, I have stated before, I love history and learning. Reading liner notes have always been a passion of mine. I always like to know who does what, and why. So, across the…

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No Fly Zone Magazine Interview With Dyggz

No Fly Zone Magazine Interview With Dyggz

Ladies and gentlemen, it is our pleasure to introduce you to Dyggz! NFZ: Is there a story behind the origin of your stage name?  I got the name Dyggz (pronounced Diggs) in junior high school when I told my boy KP (still by my side today) I was going to make rap Albums that went Diamond (10 Million sales). He said you gonna have to really dig! He started calling me Digs, and the name…

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No Fly Zone Magazine Exclusive Interview With Prince Amine

No Fly Zone Magazine Exclusive Interview With Prince Amine

In the USA Prince Amine is not even old enough to legally buy booze. Yet the 18 year old Canadian has already racked up some pretty impressive accomplishments. He has grueling schedule to deal with but made some time to sit with us and answer a few questions for our readers. NFZ: First off let’s get this question out of the way. Are you really a Prince in the royal sense of the term, or…

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No Fly Zone Magazine Exclusive Interview With Charity Ekeke

No Fly Zone Magazine Exclusive Interview With Charity Ekeke

Charity Ekeke is an artist that has traveled the world. Her debut album, “She”, is a collection of songs based on her observations about how people are treated in different locations, cultures and within various societies, especially women. NFZ: You have a very interesting history. Could you tell us about yourself, where you’re from and what you do?  Charity Ekeke: I was born and raised in Nigeria. I came to the United States after the…

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