Chinese New Year 2020! Kpop & Mandarin pop

Chinese New Year 2020! Kpop & Mandarin pop Once you experience LunarNew Year or Chinese New Year in Asia, you will always     Once you experience Lunar New Year or Chinese New Year in Asia, you will always remember it and what a big and special holiday it is in Asia. One of the funny things about family travel is where it takes you long after your trip or visit to a country.  Case in point, is our daughter Heavenly   who is now a teen singer, songwriter and SAG actress. Since she is fluent ...
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Gabrielle Union Claps Back at Terry Crews After He Threw Her Under the Bus by Saying He Never Witnessed Racism on “AGT” Set

Gabrielle Union is not too happy with Terry Crews at the moment. In fact, she feels her former America’s Got Talent colleague just threw her under the bus. In a series of tweets on Friday (Jan. 24), the actress seemingly responded to Crews’ recent comments in which he contradicted her allegations of racial insensitivity behind the scenes on the reality competition show. She wrote in part: “Truth telling, wanting change & having MULTIPLE witnesses who bravely came forward to let EVERYONE know I d...
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Buffett Working on New Album reports that Jimmy Buffett has been in the studio in Key West and is working on a new album that will be titled ‘Life on the Flip Side’: The whispered rumors started around midday on Jan. 18. They gathered steam throughout the afternoon and were proven true by 9 p.m., when Jimmy Buffett ducked under his guitar strap and nodded with a smile to members of his Coral Reefer Band. The Margaritaville mogul took the stage at his own bar on Key West’s Duval Street for his first live perfo...
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Shut Up, Dude: The Week’s Best And Worst Comments

Tonight is music's biggest night! It's when 80% of Aerosmith will perform at a star-unstudded Grammys tribute concert in their honor! It's alway something with these guys! Should Boston's feeble blooze-rockers let drummer Joey Kramer play with them? Probably. But, as much as I appreciate that his Rockin’ & Roastin’ Café … More »
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Burgerama to bring the Mummies, Flamin’ Groovies, Apache, Hollywood Stars and more to the Echo on March 14

Garage-punk cult heroes the Mummies, the Sonics acolytes from San Bruno and self-professed “Kings of Budget Rock,” will reunite (again, as they have sporadically over the years) to headline Burgerama, set for March 14 at the Echo and Echoplex. (The quartet is apparently working on a movie.) The one-day, multi-stage event, which kicks off at noon, also features resurgent ’70s rockers the Hollywood Stars, along with the Bay Area’s Flamin’ Groovies and Apache (playing their final show) and L.A. lum...
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Suhr Guitar Talk :: Question about neck finish

Author: crxsh Subject: Question about neck finish Posted: Fri Jan 24, 2020 9:58 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 2 Hi all. New around here, but I've been a Suhr owner for the last year or so. This is my 2018 Classic Antique in Firemist Gold (with a Thornbucker now in the bridge). It's undoubtedly the nicest guitar I've ever owned........... but I find myself slightly disappointed with how the neck feels. I falsely assumed that the Antique would feel more worn in the hands, but neck-for-neck, I r...
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Dragon Fli Empire – “Fli Beat Patrol” (Video)

After becoming a leading force in Calgary’s hip-hop scene, and opening for the likes of De La Soul, The Roots, Public Enemy and Mos Def, the duo of Dragon Fli Empire pay homage to the legendary Flava Unit and Juice Crew in their video for “Fli Beat Patrol,” a funk-laced banger, prodded by Djar One. The track appears as the B-side on the duo’s Record Store single, which contains the J-Live featured title track on the A-side. The 7-inch 45 is available now via Ill Adrenaline Records’ online sto...
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Suhr Guitar Talk :: RE: Finally picked up a Classic S!

Author: StratAbuser Subject: Re: strange smell Posted: Fri Jan 24, 2020 3:09 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 5 Organic wrote: Metals do not have smells to them. What you are smelling is the reaction of the metals with the oils from your hands. I bet it you wash your hands before playing the guitars (assuming that you haven't been doing this already) then the smell would be greatly reduced or even eliminated. Science classes also tell you there's such thing as evolution but y...
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Suhr Guitar Talk :: RE: Question about neck finish

Author: qwe200 Posted: Fri Jan 24, 2020 12:59 pm (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 2 I've owned several Suhr's and strongly prefer the satin finish. What finish is on your neck? If any, I would remove it so you can fully enjoy the Suhr neck. For me, neck feel is as important as tone.
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What was lost can return — some papers I thought were gone for good have resurfaced — but often the return needs the help of a kind friend, in this case my benefactor, trumpeter Joe Shepherd, who (like Barney the … Continue reading →
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Photos: Agnes Obel at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever

[See image gallery at] Danish singer-songwriter Agnes Obel created her new album in the isolation of her Berlin home studio. Hence, its name: “Myopia,” due out Feb. 21. “The albums I’ve worked on have all required that I build a bubble of some kind in which everything becomes about the album,” she said in introducing it late last year. Like her previous three albums over the past decade, it figures to be a work of relative quietude and ethereal beauty, both of which were on display...
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Shanaya Patel: ALONE

Parsi Khabar has featured Shanaya Patel before, and today we are happy to share the launch of her new single ALONE. You can stream Shanaya’s single: About Shanaya As someone who has been singing from the time she could talk, rising singer/songwriter, Shanaya Patel, from Toronto, is on a path of bringing her music mainstream. Shanaya wrote her first song at 11 years old, where she really began her musical journey.  She performs professionally across Toronto and h...
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So Much For The Grammys’ New Era

Ousted chief Deborah Dugan’s explosive claims threatened to overshadow the star-studded show itself, which is scheduled to air on CBS. Her brutal portrait of the Recording Academy as a chummy cabal of men with expense accounts, conspiring to line their pockets on the backs of musicians, harass women at will and cover it all up, seemed to confirm people’s most cynical fears about the music industry and the Grammys in particular, which have long been criticized as out of touch and lacking t...
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How the Grammys Descended into Behind-The-Scenes Chaos

When Alicia Keys hosts the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, she will likely try to keep the mood as upbeat as she did last year. But a dark cloud hangs over the proceedings. The Recording Academy is currently locked in a vicious battle against its former president and CEO Deborah Dugan, who had led the organization for not quite half a year before being placed on administrative leave on Jan. 16. Since then, accusations of harassment, corruption and conflict of interest have whizzed back...
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When Classical Music Was Central

“However difficult to imagine, across those eventful decades, countless people embraced the idea that what happened in the concert hall and the opera house was inseparable from the destiny of the United States and the well-being of the American people.” – Washington Post
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Live at Montage Deer Valley Performance Series for Sundance 2020

An exclusive series of evening events with WhistlePig Rye Whiskey As roughly 50,000 festival-goers pass through the charmed ski town of Park City, Utah for Sundance, cultural events crop up along Main Street, neighboring towns and in the mountains, too. Once again, the exquisite Montage Deer Valley will host programming to accompany the premieres and parties downtown. Set during the evening, the Live at Montage music …
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Sime Gezus & Xkwisit – “Shopping For Shotguns”

“Shopping For Shotguns”, new hard hitting single by Xkwisit and rapper/producer by Sime Gezus, who together form Hip Hop duo Space Cadet.
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The 5 Best Songs of the Week, from Doja Cat to Rosalía

The Birds of Prey soundtrack continues to gift us with a wealth of new music, like Doja Cat’s unimpeachably catchy “Boss B-tch.” Rosalía goes back to her flamenco style with the haunting “Juro Que.” Pop singer-songwriter L Devine flirts with the edges of punk on “Boring People.” The Shadowboxers show what three vocalists and some throwback funk-R&B can do. And Netflix releases the viral medieval ballad (yes, really) “Toss a Coin to Your Witcher” from The Witcher, completing the circle of th...
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Watch Sada Baby Freestyle & Discuss Nickelback With Kenny Beats

One of the best things on the internet is still The Cave, the weekly rap-freestyle show from producer Kenny Beats. On every episode, Kenny welcomes another collaborator and knocks out a quick beat based on their specifications. The show recently came back for a second season, and it's been great so far. You … More »
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Preview 100 gecs’ “Ringtone” Remix Feat. Charli XCX, Rico Nasty, & Kero Kero Bonito

The 100 gecs album 1000 gecs became a sensation among fans of weirdo pop last year, and its popularity extends to some of the duo's most prominent peers in that world. Many of them are participating in a remix album called 1000 gecs & th3 phant0m m3nac3 due sometime this year. More »
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Chance The Rapper To Host Quibi’s Punk’d Reboot

Chance The Rapper is set to host MTV's reboot of Punk'd on the short-form video streaming platform Quibi. The original celebrity prank show ran 10 seasons on MTV with Ashton Kutcher as the host. More »
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Mack H.D. – “Baddies”

Yonkers-based producer Mack H.D. teams with Lil Sebby for an dance inspired club banger, “Baddies“.  Sebby’s lyricism, combined with Mack’s upbeat Caribbean hip hop rhythms set the mood right, it’s a party pouring out the speakers. 
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Nearly 98, this man shook President Truman’s hand, befriended Dr. Seuss and Stan Lee and hasn’t stopped dancing

Joe Siracusa is alive and well on the eve of his 98th birthday. That’s important to note, Siracusa says. Because when you get to be his age, and you’ve had fame enough to show up on celebrity birthday lists — as drummer in bandleader Spike Jones’ City Slickers, followed by a long career in Hollywood animation studios — he says people tend to worry when his name doesn’t appear in the newspaper on his Feb. 3 birthday. “One year it wasn’t there,” he says, sitting in his favorite chair at the Tarzan...
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The 5 Best Songs Of The Week

Every week the Stereogum staff chooses the five best new songs of the week (the eligibility period begins and ends Thursdays right before midnight). This week's countdown is below, and you can listen to a playlist of all our 5 Best Songs on Spotify. More »
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Rev Love – “Maroon My Love” (Video)

With all single downloads and stream proceeds going towards supporting political prisoners Russell Maroon Shoatz and Dr. Mutulu Shakur, watch the official video for “Maroon My Love” by Rev Love released by Youth Black Faith Records.
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The best podcasts of 2020

When you aren’t in the music mood, podcasts can be your ear candy. Whether you love to keep up with the latest news, sports, or whatever your area of interest is, you’ll find something on our podcast roundup.
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PREP: Love Breaks Down

A blend of pop, yacht, disco and funk, PREP’s “Love Breaks Down” is an infectious arrangement of synths and computer claps. It’s altogether enjoyable and easy to dance along to, especially when the bass and electric organ kick in toward the end of the track. “It came to life after we decided to write a party track—something that would work well in our live show …
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