GIVEAWAY: Global Groove: Dance 5 download

Gay record label Centaur Entertainment just announced its new dance compilation Global Groove: Dance 5. DJ Escape mixed this album featuring artists Pepper Mashay, Stephan Grondin, Ceevox and many more heavy underground dance music players.From Centaur president Nick De Biase.

“DJ Escape was our first DJ when Centaur Entertainment launched the Global Groove: Dance series and we are very excited to have him return to this successful series and its latest volume.”  De Biase said. “Escape brings a level of energy to the dance floor like no other DJ.  His production on this CD brings that same level of energy.  You’re going to love this non-stop dance party!”

The label has offered 10 digital copies to give to Dallas Voice readers. Load it into your music library, drop it in your smartphone or add it to you mp3 player, but you’ll need the code first. Tell us your favorite dance song that gets you on the dance floor no matter what. Email title and artist to us here with “Groove me” in the subject and include your name in with your song. Winners will be notified by email and sent a download code to get your free album.

Good luck!

 

—  Rich Lopez

Lesbian rappers belt it out with RainbowNoise

I am not hip. I hate to admit it, but it is true. But I still enjoy “hip” music, including a lot of rap, and this video for “Imma Homo” from RainbowNoise Entertainment is one rap song I definitely like.

Still, the “unhip” factor comes into play because even though some of the artists in the video look to be teenagers themselves, or at least not far out of their teens, I surely wouldn’t want my teenage sons using this kind of language!

Anyway, the video features the combined talents of artists signed to RainbowNoise, a record label “out of Vancouver, Washington/Portland, Oregon specializing in GLBTQ music artists with mainstream commercial appeal,” according to the RN website. “As Gay and Lesbian images continue to grow in popular media, RainbowNoise seeks to set forth responsible and accurate representations within the music industry.”

The site also notes that the label is seeking to expand its roster of talent, and is especially looking for “studs, doms, tombois and bois.” I don’t expect to be auditioning for them soon, but I will be paying attention to who does.

Check out “Imma Homo”:

—  admin