"I found myself as an observer, outside of the insanity and debauchery.""Guilden Street" is a reflective coming-of-age track that is a nice contrast to the punchy and tuneful rock 'n' roll of "Friends in Low Places.""Guilden Street" joins Thursday's "Division St.," the Bouncing Souls' "Party At 174," Inspecter 7's "Welton Street" and probably a few more we missed as Brumfus street-specific songs.While on the topic, Mahoney and the Seventh Son play 124 Church St., New Brunswick — the address of the Court Tavern — tonight with the Power, Ian Bamberger Trio, Bryan Hansen Band, and the Smoke and Mirrors Peepshow.
It's a matter of control."After 15 years," said Jaheim, born Jaheim Hoagland, "you see what the people want versus what the business wants and you really get to see who's in control. I have the right connex and the people to put me in the right position.
And we get to see it all play out in Jaheim's brand new video for his single "Baby x3". Jaheim's making it his mission to bring R&B back to where it used to be: scadalous storylines in songs and videos and a sexy track to match.
In his newest Derek Blanks-directed visuals for "Baby x3", the saga continues from his first video "Age Aint A Factor".
R&B singer Jaheim may have been out of the limelight for while, but that doesn’t mean he’s stopped keeping tabs on the R&B world.
“I think that the current state of R&B is between a nail and a hard rock because the rock is not as solid as it used to be but the nail is wearing us down,” the singer told Page Six at last week’s seventh annual gala for Soledad O’Brien’s Pow HERful Foundation, where he performed.