A-rhythm-etic. The math behind the beats.
Clayton Cameron

Ready to dance in your seat? Drummer Clayton Cameron breaks down different genres of music—from R&B to Latin to pop—by their beats. A talk that proves hip hop and jazz aren’t cooler than math—they simply rely on it.

“Clayton Cameron is a master American drummer, writer, composer, producer, historian, and educator. He has performed or recorded with legends in the music business such as Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Sammy Davis jr. and other artist such as James Brown, BB King, Ray Charles, John Mayer, Christina Aguilera, Molly Ringwald and Mariah Carey to name a few. Nicknamed the Brush Master for being the most innovative brush player since Papa Jo Jones of the count Basie Orchestra and now he himself is the drummer for the famous big band.”

Full lesson on TED

OnceNYC February Playlist:
Recent Bachata Hits

When Bachata originated in the Dominican Republic in the early 20th century it was first called “amargue” – the spanish word for bitter. The music genre has always been a way for us to cope. Bachata is how Dominicans grieve lost love. February is the month of love, so I have gathered some of my recent Bachata favorites for you. Get the shots of Brugal ready and dance away in your living rooms.


Elvis Crespo ft. Bachata Heightz - Tatuaje (2014)


Enrique Iglesias ft. Marco Antonio Solís - El Perdedor (2014)


Romeo Santos - Propuesta Indecente (2013)


Romeo Santos - Eres Mia (2014)


Romeo Santos - Cancioncitas de Amor (2014)

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