J-Boog’s Baby Mama Says She Doesn’t Like Black People: They’re “Ghetto & I Don’t Like Ghetto”

J-Boog’s baby mama is about as ignorant as they come. In video footage captured by Gossip of the City, Boog’s BM admits to not liking black people. However, she claims she is not racist because she’s mixed. “I like the Mexicans and the whites. I don’t really like the blacks, but I’m not racist cause I’m all of them,” Jondelle Michelle Lee says in the video she shared on social media. Boog’s baby mama goes on to say that black people are ghetto and that’s why she doesn’t like them. “Black people ...
Tags: Videos, Wtf, Celebs, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Lee, Really, Boog, J-Boog, Say What, Racist Rant, That's Racist, Jondelle Michelle Lee, Jondelle

Watch The War On Drugs Play “Pain” & “Under The Pressure” On Love From Philly Live Fundraiser

The War On Drugs performed during a special livestream on Sunday night called Love From Philly Live, which was a fundraiser for members of the city's entertainment community -- proceeds from the event went to 30 Amp Circuit. Separated in cities around the country, the band got together for a socially distant performance … More »
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On the 50th anniversary of Kent State Massacre, listen to the Isley Brothers' "Ohio"

Fifty years ago today at Kent State University, the Ohio National Guard gunned down four students and wounded nine more during a demonstration against the invasion of Cambodia. The tragedy inspired Neil Young to write the epic social commentary "Ohio" for his band Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. (Video below.) Above is the Isley Brothers's masterful and moving medley of "Ohio" and Jimi Hendrix's "Machine Gun" from their 1971 album Givin' It Back. If you don't know, now you know. From John ...
Tags: Post, Video, Music, News, Activism, Protest, War, Jimi Hendrix, Neil Young, Cambodia, Ohio, Kent State University, Taylor Hall, Isley Brothers, Ohio National Guard, Guardsman

Suhr Guitar Talk :: RE: Shorter Neck Scale

Author: Suhr Subject: Re: Shorter Neck Scale Posted: Sun May 03, 2020 8:26 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 1 Bob H. wrote: Suhr I’m wondering if you folks make a 24.75 inch neck. This would be a replacement neck. Arthritis is making harder for me to reach on the longer scale necks. Thanks. No sorry, only the Aura is 24.625"
Tags: Music, Topic Replies, Suhr, Bob H

Suhr Guitar Talk :: RE: What does this mean?

Author: Suhr Posted: Sun May 03, 2020 8:26 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 2 schuey99 wrote: Never heard of that. I hope we can find out. My guess is that CSW stands for Customer Supplied Wood and it was placed in bin c-8 in the factory. But that is a wild guess! If you don't mind, what are the woods and neck shape of your guitar? Almost Customer Selected Wood. Either the dealer or the customer selected the wood
Tags: Music, CSW, Topic Replies, Suhr

Tech Talk :: RE: Trus Rod Hard to Turn

Author: Suhr Posted: Sun May 03, 2020 8:20 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 8 gabr1el wrote: Hi, same problem here ? but I didnt get the take out the nut ? why is it necessary ? You take it out and put some bar soap to lubricate. I'd suggest you contact CS if you are having an issue
Tags: Music, Topic Replies, Suhr

Tech Talk :: RE: Increase sustain

Author: Suhr Subject: Re: Increase sustain Posted: Sun May 03, 2020 8:19 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 2 aledei wrote: Hi everyone, i read a procedure about loosing the screws in a bolt on guitar with guitar in tune to let the neck fit better in the pocket. Anyone use that trick? It would be amazing if John give us an opinion and eventually tell us how to do properly! p.s. that trick seems to be show in old G&L guitar manuals Thank you Alessandro Is this about that TG...
Tags: Music, John, Don, Topic Replies, Alessandro

Tech Talk :: RE: Bridge floating height is lower than 1/16th

Author: Suhr Subject: Re: Bridge floating height is lower than 1/16th Posted: Sun May 03, 2020 8:15 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 1 GitarDude wrote: So grappling with some tuning stability issues I recently realized the gotoh 510 two post bridge on my suhr is Not exactly 1/16th on an inch raised and is closer to 3/64ths (1mm as appose to the recommended 1.59mm) not exactly sure how to remedy this or if its necessary to bother It's not a hard set rule or value. The height of...
Tags: Music, Topic Replies, GitarDude

Tech Talk :: RE: Bridge Radius For Compound Radius?

Author: Suhr Subject: Re: Bridge Radius For Compound Radius? Posted: Sun May 03, 2020 8:13 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 2 There is no reason to need to know the final radius. Set the strings so that they are a unit between the top of the last fret and the bottom of the string. The distance inbetween for each string and you will have yours radius. Setting it at a specific radius is like saying all pants of the same waist size are going to fit. If you know A and B, C is a given. Plus the fact ma...
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Ace Brav – “In The Pocket: Part I”

Moving from the East to the West as a lyricist in advancing their career could be a ugly transition for many, but Ace Brav is a different type of emcee and is flourishing in Cali. Check out his single, “In The Pocket: Part I”, off his latest project,  “FEAR. (The Mixtape)”.
Tags: West, Jazz, Singles, East, Brav, Ace Brav, Cali Check

Kahri 1k – “Fort Night” (Video)

Say hello to the first signee of Pusha T's label.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Kahri 1k

JoJo Is ‘Good To Know’ On Her New Album

Free from label drama and back to blessing our ears.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Jojo

The Berlin Phil Tests A Path Out For Orchestras

The concert hall was empty; the musicians were greatly reduced in number and sitting far from each other; they wore masks backstage and were tested before the event. “Though the seating arrangement was strange — and it was momentarily odd to see a conductor and concertmaster bow to each other rather than shake hands — it was also inspiring to see musicians trying to find some way, however awkward, to keep making live art.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, New York, Berlin, 05.01.20

BPM: Bullets Per Minute Melds a Rhythm Game With an FPS

Fans of rhythm games who wish they were capable of playing an FPS might have their wish granted through the rather unique BPM: Bullets Per Minute, as the title is a combination between visceral first-person action and invigorating rhythm game music. A trailer for Awe Interactive’s engaging title is overflowing with hardcore gunning in time […]
Tags: Games, Music, Trailer, FPS, Anime, Pc Gaming, Music Games

These Are the Bedside Concerts Comforting Virus Patients

An I.C.U. doctor felt despair at how little could be done for the sick. Soon, she had musicians playing over the phone in hospital rooms.
Tags: News, Hospitals, Classical Music, New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Manhattan (NYC, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Rachel Easterwood

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