January 6, 2018 in Music, R&B, Video by

Drew Loza – Nothin’ Changed [VIDEO]

OK, Drew Loza… I see you. This Brandon Whitely-directed video for Nothin’ Changed is something serious. Super creative, high quality, and with a wild twist. Definitely left me feeling some kind of way. Peep it for yourself! The Portland scene could definitely use a few more male singers. Nice to see Drew stepping up to

January 6, 2018 in Music, Video by

FliBoiMoe – Press’n On Da Plug [VIDEO]

“Press’n on da plug, tell em ‘andale’… Just the other day I made me 20K!” FliBoiMoe dropped a visual for his trap single, Press’n On Da Plug, showing that he’s not done milking his 2017 project Fresh, Fli & Fat 2 quite yet. Smart man. This song definitely makes me want to get to the money. Hopefully it

January 6, 2018 in Live Music, Video, Women by

Looking Forward to GirlFest 2018

One thing I’m super adamant about is giving artists from all avenues the space to create. That’s why I’m so proud that We Out Here Magazine is once again sponsoring GirlFest – the brainchild of the one and only Madison Sturdevant – which serves to promote the musical works of women in our region, culminating in a multi-genre concert

December 29, 2017 in Music, Video by

Mic Capes & Drae Slapz Tap Puurple for “Well Known” Visual

Mic Capes continues to be one of Portland’s most influential artists, racking up over 20 thousand views in just two weeks on his latest music video. Well Known is a standout track from Mic and producer Drae Slapz’ light summer EP, Sheesh, and the video adds intense and relevant context to the bouncy but serious

December 27, 2017 in Album Reviews, Video by

The Ultimate Listener’s Guide To Better Late Than Never

Front Page Music signee Brookfield Duece dropped a Soundcloud mixtape this month in curious fashion, releasing one EP at a time for four weeks, the sum of which form an impressively coherent – if not concise – mixtape. Better Late Than Never is a complex project that offers quite a lot beyond the tricky packaging. Ambitious in

December 22, 2017 in Interviews, Live Music, Music, Video by

Karma Rivera Takes Over Doug Fir

When discussing the city’s best rappers, it’s hard to leave Karma Rivera off of the list. The Boriqua morena – despite lacking a tangible project – is pushing in all the right directions. Quality videos, catchy singles, a pro-female agenda, and electric live performances have helped drive Rivera into the forefront of the Portland scene. 

December 5, 2017 in Music, TheTHESIS, Video by

The THESIS 3 Year Anniversary: Ty Farris & Trox, Cool Nutz, Kung Foo Grip, Sxlxmxn, SQVTCH

This Thursday marks the third anniversary of TheTHESIS – Portland’s premiere hip-hop showcase – and we are coming to shut it down.  Detroit’s Ty Farris, an exemplary emcee and frequent collaborator with burgeoning Portland super-producer Trox, made the flight West to headline the highly anticipated event with a rare performance alongside his DJ. The duo

October 3, 2017 in TheTHESIS, WOHMtv by

Glancing Back and Looking Forward To TheTHESIS

It’s the first week of the month and TheTHESIS is back! Nobody does a rap party like we do, and you don’t have to take my word for it. Just check the record. Word to Stevo the Weirdo… This month is a different animal. For the first time in TheTHESIS history, we’re bringing in a

August 14, 2017 in TheTHESIS, Video by

The Thesis XXXIII Video Recap

It was 106 degrees outside and smoke from the burning forests up North filled the already humid air, but that didn’t stop TheTHESIS.

July 15, 2017 in Interviews, TheTHESIS, WOHMtv by

The Thesis Recap Video

After two and a half years, TheTHESIS is still going strong. In fact, we’re still growing.  Our last show started off with a bang as surprise guest Young Onassis from LA took the stage, immediately drawing the crowd in. Raquel Divar and Cory Oh brought the bass, debuting their new video, Vandals, and performed a few