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Multiple reports confirm, Rock ‘N’ Roll legend, Fats Domino, has died of natural causes. Domino attracted national attention with his first recording, “The Fat Man”, made in late 1949 for Imperial Records. “The Fat Man” sold one million copies by 1953; it is widely considered the first rock-and-roll record to achieve this feat. He and longtime friend, Dave Bartholomew, released a stream of consistent hit records. Some of Fats’ biggest hits include, “Ain’t That A Shame”, “Blueberry Hill”, “Walking To New Orleans”, “Valley of Tears”, “I Want To Walk You Home”, and many more. After Hurricane Katrina destroyed parts of his…

In every little girl’s heart, there’s always a dream which keeps her moving throughout the playbook of life. Ms. Kirsten Theodore, a young New Orleans native and up and coming jazz musician, shared her love of music and accredited those who have inspired her to perfect her craft during Essence Weekend in New Orleans. The 16-year old vibrant teen gave Black Boot an exclusive and more deeper intimate insight as to what keeps her innovative juices flowing. As she began explaining her goals and what motivates her as an artist, she shared about who inspires her most. “I listen to…

Fans and supporters turned out Saturday afternoon to support the launch of a new Hip-Hop clothing line honoring the Cash Money Records legacy.  An expected pop-up instore appearance from rapper, Juvenile, spread on social media and it didnt take long for fans to show up at the historic Peaches Records on Magazine St. in the Uptown area of New Orleans. Allegedly, a scheduling conflict prohibited the rapper from appearing but it didn’t stop fans from mingling and buying the new T-Shirts and apparel. “Cash Money Records was birthed here,” said store owner, Shirani Rea. “When Bounce artists and local artists…

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