For the second video off her Reflections In Broken Glass album, Dice holds a “Celebration.” Fitting for everyone who is getting up and out tonight to bring in the new year in a club or a house party. In the words of Dice, “get your ass out on the floor and dance.” Directed by Brian Storm and Myke Ward. Previously: Review: Dice’s “Reflections In Broken Glass” Release Party At Barboza Follow @SermonsDomain
Seattle songstress Dice celebrated her Reflections In Broken Glass album release party at Barboza on December 20. The relaxing lounge-style venue filled up with fans and local names, including Nacho Picasso, Jake One, Jarv Dee, DJ Hyphen, The Good Sin and others. They were all here for her, and surely would not leave disappointed.
When it comes to singing, there isn’t one person in Seattle who has taken over the market. There is plenty of rappers and singers, but lacking in terms of who’s cornering it. This is where Dice comes in to shine. For the last few years, she’s been working on her sound with little projects here and there. However, nothing as major as Reflections In Broken Glass. This is the end result of perfecting your craft and applying it to your album.
Seattle songstress Dice hasn’t been around these parts for a while, but she’s making sure she makes up for it with her upcoming Reflections In Broken Glass album. Set to be released on December 18, “Flat Tire” is one of the lead singles and features a great concept of comparing a guy to a run down car. Even better, the visuals fit the theme. Directed by Brian Storm. Previously: SD Premiere: Dice & Drum Gang – Poetry In Motion + Crush Follow @SermonsDomain
For reasons that can’t be discussed yet, Seattle songstress Dice and producer Drum Gang’s Crush EP has just turned into a digital version of the A/B side single tapes/CDs. There’s always the future for a collaborative effort since this two frequently work together. Dice’s next album, Reflections In Broken Glass, will be coming out this year too. On “Poetry In Motion,” Dice smooths out a night of romance in such a classy way. No XXX nature. Really feeling like the B-Side single, “Crush” is like what happens after that night. One of those, “yeah, he didn’t mean much to me”… continue reading
While on tour with Black Milk, J. Pinder is gearing up for his first official album, Careless. This video is great. The angles and background visuals really enhanced it. You can get an inside look at the studio session after the jump and cop the single on iTunes. Previously: Video + MP3: J. Pinder Ft. Mistah F.A.B. – Dream Killers