In 1969, the all-time great jazz musician released yet another remarkable, forward-thinking album. Joel Biswas explores.
The Betty Davis Columbia sessions are an insanely historic document and a sign of future success for Davis.
The prolific Robert Glasper returns with a Miles Davis cover with help from Erykah Badu.
If not wearing pants is cool, you can call Dweez Miles Davis. “I love women. I never needed any help or ever had any trouble finding women. I just like to be with them, talking and shit like that. But I never have messed with a musician’s girlfriend. Never. Even if she hadn’t been with […]