Long time since we released MADE IN HARLEM (Winter Chill Part 2) but a lot of people like this series so we finally have Part 3! Click here MADE IN HARLEM (Winter Chill Part 3) for the latest free download podcast on iTunes mixed by RhythmDB for Harlem Condo Life. This heartfelt selection of music is perfect for Valentine’s Day but also good for all year long. On this Podcast you will hear songs by…
Rihanna, Frank Ocean, Faith Evans, Sade, Solange, Raheem DeVaughn, The Floacist, Robin Thicke, Wiz Khalifa, Mary J Blige, Keyshia Cole, Eric Benet, Alicia Keys, Lenny Kravitz, Daddy Yankee, J. Alvarez, Kanye West, The Weekend and more.
Wishing you and yours a happy and soulful Valentine’s Day!
Celebrate Black History Month with podcasts from HarlemCondoLife.com. Featuring classic and new sounds of Harlem and beyond.
Classics, a little gospel, jazz, soul, R&B and soulful house by RhythmDB. Get yours here.
Gospel and Inspirational music mixed by RhythmDB. Get yours here.
Check out this new compilation mix (podcast) for Harlem Condo Life. This is a hot one! Downbeats, jazz, R&B, lil’ bit of world music, lil’ bit of dubstep and some funky dubby soulful house. Sync the link below into your ipod, ipad, iPhone etc., put on your headphones and enjoy.
“IBIZA 2 HARLEM“ is available for download (free) on iTunes.
Playlist – (coming soon)
There will be a showing this Saturday night on April 14 at 9:30 PM, of HANDS TO THE SKY at Dixon Place, NYC’s Laboratory for Performance. Tickets are $15 in advance, $20 at the door. For those of you who enjoy the Sundae Sermon parties with DJ Stormin’ Norman and a variety of guest DJ’s, you will definitely enjoy this film.
My House Rocs presents Hands to The Sky. Domingo Canate – Executive Producer; Angelo Boyke – Director/Editor; JP Noel – Co-Director/Producer; Wendy Arimah – Literary Supervisor/Associate Producer; Kervyn Mark – Music Supervisor/Co-Producer. Hands to The Sky is documentary that focuses on the House Music outdoor movement. It removes the dance experience from the confines of the box and plants it in the park, lays it on the beach and sets it in unexpected and exciting places. The adroit camera crew captures the passionate connection between the dancers and the DJ’s, as they explore the themes of love and unity that emanates from the speakers. It calls souls to a common heartbeat and reveals a mystical, musical revolution on the strength of radical peace and a powerful reflection of freedom.
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