In Pt. 4 of Nico’s ongoing series on the blues, he explores if the relationship between women and the blues is a toxic one.
Chicago-born writer, sag actor, composer, and comedian; repped by NV Talent (firstname.lastname@example.org@nvtalent.com); @realnicocarter on Twitter; email@example.com; founder of the juicebox (@juiceboxtheater on Instagram); co-founder of whatthegifgame.com.
Nico Carter spoke with the then 28-year-old musician in October of 2021 about her music, identity, and perspective on the blues.
The MMH family dives into the newest releases from Jack Harlow, Ella Mai, and Arcade Fire; three very different albums with three very different success rates.
In Pt. 3 of Nico Carter’s ongoing series on the blues, we investigate where the blues really came from and the cover-up that concealed its origins.
In part two of his ongoing series, Nico Carter probes deeper into what constitutes blues authenticity.
In part one of his ongoing series, Nico Carter explores if being white works against musicians in blues.
Nico takes a look at how one of his favorite things, The Sound of Music, holds up politically.
What is it like to be Beyoncé and Solange’s father? What if you also founded a record label, produced over 100 platinum albums, own a WNBA team, and lecture around the world? Sasha Klare-Ayvazian and Nico Carter sit down with the one-and-only Dr. Mathew Knowles for a powerful and candid conversation on his career, music, basketball, and equity and representation in the recording industry.
This may seem like a long shot, but there are things way more far-fetched than unemployed celebrities having Google Alerts out for their name.
Starting today, the Nevermind 30th Anniversary Editions are available featuring 70 previously unreleased Nirvana tracks. To commemorate the release, five MMH contributors from three distinct generations take turns revisiting the singular album.
Nico Carter investigates a black metal band with secrets on a hate-filled night in Chicago.