It doesn't get more legendary than Miles Davis when it comes to jazz musicians.
As unconventional and unique he was in his music and his life, it's fitting that a biopic comes along that seeks to capture that spirit. Don Cheadle (as both lead actor and director) spearheads a group of actors and musicians who came together to create Miles Ahead, a biopic worthy of its subject.
But is Miles Ahead worthy of the great Miles Davis?
The Jungle Book
This might be one of the only times that I demand you spend the money.
The reason you keep hearing about Jungle Book is because it's just that good.
Tired of the same old stuff when you sit in the theater?
Have this month's offerings left you a little underwhelmed?
Need something new?
Do you play FPS shooters like Call of Duty, Far Cry, or Battlefield?
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Who Got Next?
For one to eclipse a team winning 73 games, something phenomenal would have to happen.
I wasn’t in attendance, but the energy from Staples Center traveled 65 miles north to the bar where myself and many other Lakers fan were to say our final goodbye.
What we were treated to, no one expected.
Christon Gray - The Glory Album
One of the hardest things to do as an artist is to duplicate or even surpass the success of a past project.
Christon Gray doesn't have to worry about a sophomore slump, as his latest release The Glory Album will undoubtedly top 2014’s School of Roses.
LIKE - Emeralds
Like, along with his brother Mibbs, BeYoung, and Swif D, spent a good portion of the aughts as the almighty West Coast group Pac Div.
His instrumental album Emeralds is pure loop-digger fodder: stripped back, dusty and bare – more so than his higher profile productions (TDE, Kendrick Lamar, Anderson.Paak). A listen to Emeralds isn't about which tracks are good or not...they're about which tracks you might enjoy more than others.