CharlieRED Covers Sam Cooke's "A Change Gonna Come" in Brooklyn

The other night, Rocki Evans, Cobaine Ivory and company put on one helluva show for the Brooklyn crowd at the Knitting Factory. One choice selection from their set was the awesome cover of Sam Cooke's ageless classic "A Change Gonna Come." Take a look at the footage above and be sure to grab CharlieRED's MUSE LP

Event: CharlieRED, Willis Earl Beal & More in NYC (Oct. 28)

Click for full version. At the beginning of next week (Monday October 28th), The Knitting Factory in New York City is hosting the Brooklyn edition of the Red Bull Sound series. Lead by headliner Willis Earl Beal, the showcase will also feature 2Dope favorites CharlieRED and YC the Cynic and Brooklyn resident Kiah Victoria. Admission

EVENT: Tanya Morgan & CharlieRED Live in NYC (Sept. 4)

To celebrate the release of their MUSE. project, CharlieRED are putting on a special show at the Highline Ballroom on Wednesday, September 4th in New York City. Joined by okayplayer artist Jennah Bell, A Tribe Called Quest's Ali Shaheed Muhammad and our friends Tanya Morgan (who are also preparing the release of their new Rubber

CharlieRED: The Story Behind the Man in MUSE.

"This was the moment that shaped and defined the title, MUSE." Sprinkled throughout CharlieRED's MUSE. -- which is easily one of my favorite projects in 2013 -- were three inspirational audio clips from an unknown man. Now the mystery is no more as Rocki Evans and Cobaine Ivory share the story behind the voice. PREVIOUS:

2Dope Content (8/19 - 8/25)

This week we saw Wale drop a new single inspired by RGIII; R. Kelly linking up with Future; Fat Joe and Action Bronson killing some DJ Premier production; Robin Thicke, Kendrick Lamar and 2 Chainz performing one of the best half-time shows ever; Pharrell linking with Ray Lewis for a project; Goodie Mob and Juicy

CharlieRED - MUSE. (Album)

Click for explanation. Now that I'm finally back to the comfort of my own house after spending an awesome few days in New York, I'm now able to catch up on the weekends musical droppings. And the timing couldn't be any better as the first thing I see is what I've been looking forward to