Alisha Acquaye


Love is the Color Orange

by: The WILD

Frank Ocean knew the first time he was in love. He said that before that moment, he would listen to songs and reminisce, thinking the melodies and lyrics he heard described his beating heart. It […]

Tags: Alisha Acquaye, Channel Orange, Elton John, Frank Ocean, OFWGKTA, The Wild Magazine

Santigold / The Keepers

by: The WILD

Santi is known for her thoughtful words, backed up by a killer-quirky voice and some stellar beats. Her music videos never fail to leave the viewer mentally stimulated, pleased, or downright confused. Her debut of […]

Tags: Alisha Acquaye, GZA, Master of My Make-Believe, Santigold, The Keepers, the WILD

Sunshine and The Dragon

by: The WILD

“Sunshine” is Little Dragon’s latest single, featuring their signature electro-ethereal beats, Nagano’s smooth, jazzy vocals and unforgettable, imaginative melodies. Little Dragon is one band that is hard to dismiss, and we’re fortunate to have a […]

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Beach House

Beach House: Bloom

by: The WILD

There’s nothing like some Beach House to set the summer off right. With a “dream pop” sound, illustrated with twinkling instrumentals and haunting harmonizing, Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally effortlessly show us that music can […]

Tags: Alisha Acquaye, Beach House, Bloom, Devotion, Gila, Letterman, Master of None, Myth, Pitchfork, Teen Dream, The Weeknd, The Wild Magazine
Kimbra releases 'Vows' in the U.S.

Kimbra: Vows

by: The WILD

The New Zealand songstress Kimbra is becoming something like an enchanting, music-making goddess in the States. After being featured in Gotye’s infectious “Somebody That I Used to Know,” Kimbra started to be recognized as a […]

Tags: Alisha Acquaye, Gotye, Kimbra, music, New Zealand, Nina Simone, The Wild Magazine, Vows

Santigold’s Disparate Youth

by: The WILD

We’re only 3 months into the year and 2012 already seems to be an exciting time for music. Santigold, the electro-reggae queen with monster beats, a killer voice and quirky but conscious lyrics, returns with […]

Tags: Alisha Acquaye, Disparate Youth, music, Santigold, Santigold's Disparate Youth, The Wild Magazine, Video of the Week

Love Interruption

by: The WILD

Jack White, with his deliciously distorted voice and defiant lyrics, has released an awesome new single called Love Interruption. It’s not the typical love song. In fact, it’s so brutally honest that it captures a […]

Tags: Alisha Acquaye, Blunderbuss, Jack White, Love Interrupted, The Wild Magazine, White Stripes
Phony 2

Welcome to Phonyland

by: The WILD

One of New York’s most precious gems in music are a collective of eclectic and innovative dudes that produce all of their own music. They’re young artists who create a sound that is a mixture […]

Tags: Afrika Bambaataa, Alisha Acquaye, Brooklyn, Naughty By Nature, New York, Ninjasonik, Phony Ppl, The Wild Magazine, Theophilus London, Welcome to Phonyland

Diplo’s Book

by: The WILD

Apparently, there is more to DJ-producer Diplo than some sick beat making skills and an impressive collaborative music resume. The Philly born artist is known for manipulating some of the dopest tracks, from house to […]

Tags: 128 Beats Per Minute: Diplo’s Visual Guide to Music, Alexander Wang, Alisha Acquaye, and Everything in Between, Culture, Diplo, Kanye West, Mad Decent, MIA, Shane McCaulley, Spank Rock, Universal Publishing
Picture 17

The WILD editors’ 2011 discoveries

by: Garance Wilkens

After all the New Year’s Eve festivities, let’s take a moment to look back at 2011: In the midst of all it brought to us, a few things popped out to our editors as their […]

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