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Chris Brown Reportedly Under Investigation for Allegedly Raping Woman in France

Chris Brown has reportedly been accused of rape by a woman in France.According to the French tabloid Closer, Breezy is under investigation in France for allegedly raping a woman earlier this month.The unidentified 24-year-old woman reportedly filed a complaint with the police claiming that Brown invited her to his hotel room along with another woman at Le Mandarin Oriental after meeting him at a nightclub the night of January 15th or 16th.However, in her testimony, she claimed that she ended up ...
Tags: Celebs, Crime, Sexual Assault, France, Rape, Investigations, Pop Culture, Jazz, Chris Brown, Rape Allegations, Chris, Reports, Brown, Le Mandarin Oriental


The Bachelor Season 23, Episode 3 Recap: Stretched For The Very First Time

Welcome to The Bachelor , where exercising in groups in front of a prospective future husband is a fun activity! The Bachelor still isn't quite sure what to do with Colton — is he sexy or is he a nubile, naive virgin? Or is he a tire-throwing monster with need for speed? Or is he just a kind, generic 26-year-old who likes kids? Colton, show thyself!The show itself is less concerned with figuring Colton out than it is overshadowing Colton with far more interesting characters. This episode alone ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Nbc, Abc, Virginia, Sydney, Tracy, Leonardo Dicaprio, Jesus, Terry Crews, Terry, Caribbean, Turner, Napoleon, Nicole, Colton


Tee Grizzley Says He Lost $20,000 Betting on Adrien Broner to Win Pacquaio Fight

Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley isn’t too fond of Adrian Broner at the moment, because according to Grizzley, Broner caused him to lost $20,000 after he got punished by Manny Pacquiao.Following Broner’s devastating loss to Pacquiao over the weekend—in which he only landed 50 of 295 punches compared to Pacquiao’s 112 of 568—Tee Grizzley took to social media to call Broner out.“AB what hood you doing that s*** for bro?” he said. “You shootin’ dice and all in the airport, playing and sh*t, you shoulda ...
Tags: Celebs, Gambling, Sports, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Manny Pacquiao, Detroit, Gray, Jim Gray, Pacquiao, Adrien Broner, Broner, Bets, Tee Grizzley, Adrian Broner


Suhr Guitar Talk :: Standard Plus - SSV and Thornbucker

Author: Muttoab Subject: Standard Plus - SSV and Thornbucker Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 5:34 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0 Hi all, Just took delivery of a Standard plus. I am extremely happy with this guitar - it has all the playablilty of my Govan Charvel plus a really amazing great classic strat+ sound. It is officially and easily my #1! (The only downside is now I'm jonesing for more! Thornley signature? A Henderson??) While I do like the SSH+ humbucker, I'd prefer to swap in a Thornbucker. ...
Tags: Music, Topic Replies, Thornley, Govan Charvel


Suhr Amp Talk :: Badger 18 - No power

Author: Muttoab Subject: Badger 18 - No power Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2019 5:18 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 0 Hi all, I submitted this information to Suhr customer support only very recently - but thought I'd post here as well just in case anyone has previous experience or a "Duh - of course" solution. I've got a Badger 18 (Serial #156) that doesn't produce power. It's spent considerable time at a very reputable local tech but we are stumped as to what could be happening. The amp powers up fine ...
Tags: Music, Topic Replies, Suhr


The Dos And Don’ts Of Dressing For A Job Interview

If finding a new job is one of the top goals in your Best Self Journal this year, it’s time to get down to business. While polishing up your resume will help you get in the door and rehearsing your elevator pitch is critical to moving past the recruiter stage, finding the perfect outfit is also a huge piece of the pie to help exude confidence and give off a strong first impression.But dressing the part doesn’t necessarily mean grabbing that standard suit and calling it a day — especially if you...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Asos, Don, Barneys, Best Self Journal, Dagne Dover Allyn, Barneys New York Croc Stamped Mules


The Dos & Don'ts Of Dressing For A Job Interview

If finding a new job is one of the top goals in your Best Self Journal this year, it’s time to get down to business. While polishing up your resume will help you get in the door and rehearsing your elevator pitch is critical to moving past the recruiter stage, finding the perfect outfit is also a huge piece of the pie to help exude confidence and give off a strong first impression.But dressing the part doesn’t necessarily mean grabbing that standard suit and calling it a day — especially if you...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Asos, Don, Barneys, Best Self Journal, Dagne Dover Allyn, Barneys New York Croc Stamped Mules


You May Finally Be Able to Mute Artists You Don't Want to Hear on Spotify

Don’t want to hear an artist in Spotify playlists or radio? You may soon be able to block them.Read more...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Science, Streaming, Streaming Music, R Kelly


Eye-Popping Plans For London’s New Center For Music

Images show a place of open foyers dotted with informal performance spaces, where mezzanines, stairs and escalators create a vertical parade of places to see and be seen. Architect Diller describes these open lobbies as “the theatre of the theatre … informal by day and very glamorous by night”. – The Guardian
Tags: Art, Music, London, Diller, 01.21.19


Proposed New London Concert Hall Makes A Bold Statement

The £288 million it will cost will all come from private donations, and the hall’s backers know critics will say now is not the time for such an expensive building. “Now is never the time to do anything new,” said Sir Simon Rattle, the LSO’s music director and public face of the project. “This is not something that we are trying to do with public money, this is something we are attempting to do ourselves and we are trying to make a difference.” – The Guardian
Tags: Art, Music, Simon Rattle, LSO, 01.21.19


SLIPKNOT's Mick Thomson "Felt Insulted" By METALLICA's Black Album

He's saying this as a Metallica fan. The post SLIPKNOT's Mick Thomson "Felt Insulted" By METALLICA's Black Album appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Drama, Metallica, Slipknot, Mick Thomson, Mick Thomson Felt


The Corner Podcast ep.193

The 'Problem with a Soulja TWERKing for Pacquiao' Episode
Tags: Jazz, The Corner, Podcasts & Mixes


AZ Rocks Vintage Kool G Rap on “It’s Time”

The AZiatic one over Marley Marl? Oh, yes!
Tags: Jazz, Songs, Az, Marley Marl, AZ Rocks Vintage Kool G Rap


ENTHEOS Part Ways with Bassist Evan Brewer

Family comes first. The post ENTHEOS Part Ways with Bassist Evan Brewer appeared first on Metal Injection.
Tags: Music, Breakups & Shakeups, Entheos, Evan Brewer


Here’s How To Help Furloughed Government Workers

As the partial government shutdown in the United States drags on, about 800,000 government employees are no longer receiving paychecks.Fourteen percent of the government employees impacted by the shutdown make less than $50,000 a year, according to The Washington Pos t. On top of that, about 40% of Americans have less than $400 in savings, according to NPR. With numbers like those, missing a paycheck is simply not feasible for many government workers and, as a result, the shutdown is taking a d...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York City, United States, Npr, Dc, Kamala Harris, Deepak Chopra, Jose Andres, National Diaper Bank Network, Capital Area Food Bank, The Washington Pos, ABC News Other, National Diaper Bank Network Food


Artist's Guide To Securing Partnerships

In this piece Angela Mastrogiacomo walks us through the ways in which artists can grow their connections in the music industry, identify opportunities and secure sponsorships/partnerships in order to grow their brand. _________________________ Guest post by Angela Mastrogiacomo from the TuneCore blog How many times have you thought “if only I could secure that sponsorship, it would get me one step closer to being considered a legitimate artist?” or “If I could just land that p...
Tags: Music, Guest Post, Peta, TuneCore, Angela Mastrogiacomo


Deciem Founder Brandon Truaxe Is Dead At 40

Brandon Truaxe, the founder and former CEO of Deciem, has died, WWD reports. He was 40 years old. No additional details have been made available at press time. Refinery29 has reached out to Deciem for comment.Supporters have taken to Truaxe's most recent Instagram posts to send messages of support as they process his passing.Truaxe founded Deciem in 2013 but was ousted as its CEO in October 2018 after posting a series of troubling videos on the brand’s Instagram page over the course of the year...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Instagram, Kendall Jenner, Estee Lauder, Vox, Brandon, WWD, Leonard Lauder, Andrew Ross, Deciem, Kilner, Brandon Truaxe, Truaxe, Avestan, Nicola Kilner


6 Incredible Groups Promoting Music Education In Africa

In this piece, Jamie Ehrenfeld highlights six amazing organizations working within the continent of Africa to promote the future of music and musical education across the 54 distinct nations. ______________________________ Guest post by Jamie Ehrenfeld from Soundfly's Flypaper The United Nations recognizes 54 distinct nations on the African continent. Within each independent nation, there are dozens of unique languages and ethnic groups, each with their own cultural traditions and c...
Tags: Music, Africa, Uganda, West, United Nations, Mali, Tunisia, Western Cape, Kigali Rwanda, Masaka, Western Cape South Africa, Jamie Ehrenfeld, Turi Kumwe, Gisimba Memorial Centre Turi Kumwe, Senegal Zimbabwe, South Africa Found Sound Nation


Spotify Lets You Mute Artists Now

Spotify is making it easier to mute R. Kelly. Or any other artist for that matter. The music streaming service has quietly gone wide with a feature that makes it a breeze to block a particular artist from automatically playing in personal and curated playlists as well as charts, radio or a user's personal library. More »
Tags: Spotify, Music, News, Kelly


2 Chainz – “Stay Woke Freestyle”

2 Chainz is back today with "Stay Woke Freestyle." It begins with sample from Ghost Town DJs' "My Boo," and the ensuing beat has lots of noodly keyboard action and plaintive piano chords to go along with the booming drum machines. Our man Tauheed is not as comedic as usual here, opting instead for an … More »
Tags: Music, 2 Chainz, Tauheed


Classic Synth: Yamaha PSR-220

The Yamaha PSR-220 is a synth that always seems to get great reviews. Its a great synth for beginners! Here are the basics: Arranger keyboard 5 octaves, 61 keys with dynamics and lower split 12 channels polyphonic minimum 100 tones including a drum kit diffrent rpart on 61 keys 100 rhythm and accompaniment styles DIFFERENT 4 modes of accompaniments diffrent: normal, one fingered hand, two hands fingered, single finger Button “Large / Small”: 2 types of orchestration: bass (Small) or bass + chor...
Tags: Music, Yamaha, Kg Black Works


New Music: 2 Chainz “Stay Woke Freestyle”

2 Chainz celebrates Martin Luther King Day holiday by giving fans a new song. Taking to social media, the Atlanta rapper surprised his loyal following by dropping “Stay Woke.” A flip of F.L.Y.’s (Fast Life Yungstaz) popular 2009 hit “Swag Surfin,” Tity Boi gives us a preview of whats ahead in the near future with his Rap or Go to the League album due to drop later this year. Hear it below. Continue after the jump…. New Music: 2 Chainz – “Stay Woke Freestyle” Previously: 2 Chainz – ...
Tags: Atlanta, Jazz, New Music, 2 Chainz, Chainz Feat Drake Quavo


The words most used to describe releases at Hard Wax

“Now that’s one fine and classy, atmospheric, big room tool, son.” Here’s the data when you crawl Berlin electronic music shop Hard Wax for descriptive keywords. Friend of the site (and one-time CDM Web developer) musician-and-hacker Olle Holmberg has crawled Hard Wax’s website. That’ll be the legendary record purveyor opened by Mark Ernestus back in 1989 in Kreuzberg, Berlin, and still a leading destination for vinyl lovers today. hardwax.com has accordingly accumulated a lot of words about ...
Tags: Music, Germany, Berlin, Tech, Georgia, Data, Web, Records, Hacks, Coding, Vinyl, Labels, Music Tech, Douglas Adams, Bahn, Olle


Rams and Patriots Advance to Super Bowl LIII

It’s official….the Los Angeles Rams and the New England Patriots will meet in Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta. The Los Angeles Rams went on the road in the Super Dome to upset the top seed, New Orleans Saints. With the win, Los Angeles avenged the loss from earlier in the season handed to them by the Saints. New Orleans started out dominating the Rams and had a 13-0 lead. The Rams stormed back and eventually sent the game into OT. After Drew Brees tosses an INT, Greg Zuerlein hit a 57-yarder to sen...
Tags: Football, New Orleans Saints, NFL, Los Angeles, Atlanta, New Orleans, Jazz, New England Patriots, Tom Brady, Kansas City, Saints, New England, Patriots, Mahomes, Chiefs, Los Angeles Rams


Ambar Lucid: Eyes

Ambar Lucid’s “Eyes” is a hazy, dreamy piece of bedroom pop first released  on dreaming lucid, and now accompanied by a lo-fi video. With vocals that seem beyond her 18 years, the song—like all good love songs—evokes both melancholy and euphoria. 
Tags: Music, Design, Music Videos, Culture, Indie, Listenup, Ambar Lucid, Bedroom Pop



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