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The Quinn’s Daily Spinn: The Most Important Song of My Decade

I’m a reflective person this time of year. And, because we’re at the end of not just a year, but a decade, that notion becomes tenfold.

When looking back on the past ten years, it’s fair to say that the journey has turned out beyond any reasonable prediction.

For me, I never would have predicted that one of its defining moments would have come from listening to my old college radio show, in my bedroom at my parents’ house.

Hear My Song of The Decade

PHOTOS: Underground Writers Round, HOME for the Holidays Edition

We hosted the December edition of our Underground Writers Round at Nashville’s historic Douglas Corner Cafe on Friday night.

To round out the year, we brought it HOME.

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Bryce Green: Putting Nashville Hip-Hop on the Map

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According to statistics, the urban/hip-hop genre is the most consumed music in the world. Atlanta has famously carried the torch as a hub for mainstream urban/hip-hop artists to achieved global success.

However, just four hours north in Nashville, the genre’s presence is still developing. Long known as the home of country music, Nashville has more recently embraced the rock, pop, and Christian genres. But, even with artists like Lil Nas X — an Atlanta native! — bridging the gap for hip hop’s collaboration with Music City, there has yet to be a Nashville-based hip hop artist who has risen to superstardom.

Meet Bryce Green

PREMIERE: Intellect’s ‘Depth’ Confronts Hard-Hitting Topics

When we became introduced to Intellect earlier this year, we spoke with a world-aware hip hop musician, actor, entrepreneur, and military veteran who understands the platform he’s been given through his many roles.

That’s why it comes as no surprise that his new EP, Depth, puts that platform to good use. When it officially hits on Friday, December 6, this release has the capability to start important conversations about society and life itself, as it challenges listeners to think about what they can do to improve their spheres of influence.

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