If you’re familiar with Columbus’ art scene, you’ve probably come across Percy King’s portraits. He’s this former football player who made the transition to artist after playing for OSU, a brief stint in the NFL, and a career in the corporate world. He was into art as a kid, drawing and sketching for fun, but ended... Continue Reading →
"Singing allows me to be someone that I always wanted to be." My interview with singer-songwriter Miir has been a long time coming, at least for me. My introduction to her voice, as I’m sure is the case for others, was her debut project Reminiscent Vibes, a 6-track EP full of songs to not give... Continue Reading →
On October 25th, Columbus was treated to the first Clash Of The Titans producer showcase since 2014. Powered by FlyPaper and presented by Magna Media Group, the city showed up on a Wednesday night to hear 16 producers battle for the title of Columbus Clash champ. Though there were quite a few worthy opponents, KMB took the final title... Continue Reading →
Columbus' Bree The Rapper is set to release her latest project, Game Over, right here on FlyPaper. In this interview, Bree talks the album's collaborations, her growth, support in Columbus, and what we can take away from Game Over. Watch the interview below.
Rappers get most of the limelight in the city, which is unfortunate for those of us who very much still mess with R&B. But Columbus for sure has some notable figures in this realm. The city has people like Greg Owens, a singer/musician/producer who has dropped some notable tracks already this year, including standout “Tetris”... Continue Reading →