Mississippi’s own singer and rapper Jake Wilbourne, better known as Jake Wil, grew up around a family of musicians and singers. So it wasn’t a surprise when he gained fan momentum with his cover of Bryson Tiller’s Exchange, which was effortlessly filled with his unique style and melodic harmonies.
Many people know Urban Mystic as the “little man with a big voice”. Tonight on GET LACED… LET’S TALK! Podcast, the vocal powerhouse known for his hit singles, “I Refuse” and “Where Were You” talked to host Santana about his start in the music industry and his partnership with Coors Light, which highlights his latest single, “Be Mine”.
SOUTHERN LACED spoke with Keyana Hawthorne and Monique Mapp of Legacy Builders Inc. about the history of June 19, 1865, which is also known as Juneteenth, Freedom Day and Juneteenth Independence Day. Many African Americans, both young and old, have never heard of the day that celebrates the freedom of the last slaves in America.
Armed with almost invisible pages of the U.S History book, Hawthorne and Mapp shared their knowledge in a detailed conversation with SOUTHERN LACED host Santana for the GET LACED… LET’S TALK! Podcast.