What it do? Grambition will have a featured audio player soon that features Grambition Radio which plays songs and other media from artists of the Grambling Culture. Until then enjoy these Gram Jams as they are selected and posted in various articles.  Disclaimer: Some artists content may be a little vulgar for some of the readers and listeners. We are not here to limit anyone’s creative process, so if it is good we will play it. It does not reflect who we are or what we represent. We just like good music.  #GRAMbition 1. DeeSmuve- Exit 81/Church Street 2. Magic One- It’s the Weekend 3. Luizana- Got Haters? 4. Blakcard ATM- WAYV 5. Jaymee ft. Juvenile- What’s Next 6. Cook-n-Ca$h- My Jam 7. Kat St. John ft. BeatKing- Birthday 8. Blythe Dennis- Many Are Called 9. Erykah Badu- Phone Down 10. E-40 & B-Legit ft. JT the 4th- Fo Sho Hottest Gram Jam: Earl Detrick- Collection Plate


When people mention Grambling and Music, the first thing that may come to mind is The World Famed. That is great because the World Famed is legendary. But you may soon want to get familiar with Blythe Dennis if you haven’t already. Blythe’s soulful voice and those melodic tones will have you out here picking berries with a robe on and candles lit on the porch.  Blythe is from Grambling. She attended the lab schools and is a PROUD graduate of Grambling State University. When Grambition.com asked Blythe why she chose singing as her profession she responded, “I have always enjoyed music. One of the first gifts I remember receiving was a stereo from my parents. I would listen to it all the time. I’d even make my own recordings by plugging the headphones into the microphone plug! Even as a child, there was no question what I would be when I grew up. I always knew music was in my future.” Blythe decide to show the world how serious she was when she released “Blythe Dennis:Covers Vol.1” in 2013. She covered some of her favorite artist such as Corrine Bailey Rae. She then followed that with an original debut titled “Many are Called” in 2014. Blythe is so soulful I could not listen to those projects without the lights dim and the fireplace lit sipping red wine out of a coffee mug. Blythe continued to drop covers for some of her favorite artist over the next few years to build up the anticipation of her 2017 release of “The HeartBreak EP”. This EP is so soothing. I mean more than likely you can relate to a lot of what she is saying. See with this one you might be cleaning your house and begin to say that you don’t need no man or woman for anything. This project is nonetheless amazing. “This year for me is all about branding. I plan to pub my album to the max of course! Visuals for The Heartbreak EP are definitely in the works. I’m also in the process of writing songs for another album to be released later this year so be on the lookout for that. I’m also in the process of revamping my #MusicMonday segment on IG and Facebook. So it’s safe to say that I’m working overtime!” Well Blythe we see the grind and we are here to support you and your journey. Sky is the limit for you. #GRAMbition You want to get in touch with Blythe, try any one of these: Email: blythe.promo@gmail.com IG: @manyarecalled Twitter: @blythedennis Facebook: Blythe Dennis Download “The HeartBreak EP” here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-heartbreak-ep/id1227485321 https://www.cdbaby.com/cd/blythedennis https://www.amazon.com/Heartbreak-EP-Blythe-Dennis/dp/B071YCGWWK/ref=pd_zg_rss_ms_dmusic_digital-music-album_4 https://play.google.com/store/music/album/Blythe_Dennis_The_Heartbreak_EP?id=Bmdcx4bwq4vqgaebigc622echpm&hl=en Download “Covers Vol. 1” here: http://www.datpiff.com/Blythe-Dennis-Covers-Vol-1-mixtape.455174.html Download “Many Are Called” here: http://www.datpiff.com/Blythe-Dennis-Many-Are-Called-mixtape.586819.html