Joey Bada$$ Gives Update On New Album

The next chapter for Joey is slowly unfolding
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Grimes Explains Baby X Æ A-12’s Name

Did Grimes and Elon Musk really name their son X Æ A-12, or is it all a ruse and the baby is really named Jason or something? For now, given that both Musk and Grimes have confirmed the X Æ A-12 name on Twitter, we will assume it's really the child's … More »
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Israel Wusu – “Wishing Wells”

After quite the active 2019, Israel Wusu has more or less stayed…
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Violinist Offers Free Lessons Online Culminating In A Big Virtual Concert. 800 Take Her Up On It

Nicola Benedetti already offered online music classes through her own Benedetti Foundation. But the lockdown made her wonder whether they could reach an even wider audience on social media platforms. Although the sessions are free, donations are welcome. Nearly 800 people have signed up so far to teach or play, including fellow musicians The Ayoub Sisters. – BBC
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Arkansas Hosting Rock Concert Next Week, “Fan Pods” On Sale Now

While most of us are still waiting out the pandemic from the safety of our own homes, parts of the United States are starting to open back up. Missouri Governor Mike Parson has already announced that concerts in the state can resume this week, with appropriately spaced out seating arrangements. And now, in … More »
Tags: Music, News, United States, Missouri, Arkansas, Mike Parson, Bishop Gunn, Travis McCready

Video Shows Unarmed Black Georgia Man Ahmaud Arbery Being Shot to Death While Jogging

Video footage showing the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery—the unarmed 25-year-old black man who was chased down by two white men while jogging in Brunswick, Georgia—has surfaced, prompting a call for the grand jury to review the case. As seen in the video from the February 23rd incident, Arbery was jogging in a neighborhood in Brunswick, Georgia when he was approached by Travis McMichael and his father, retired District Attorney investigator Gregory McMichael. I am trembling with anger over wha...
Tags: Videos, Crime, News, Shooting, Guns, Georgia, Jazz, Gun Violence, Gregory, Brunswick, Merritt, South Georgia, Travis, Brunswick Georgia, Glynn County, Lee Merritt

Listen to Green Day's Billy Joe Armstrong rock "Kids in America" by Kim Wilde

Green Day's Billy Joe Armstrong recorded this rocking cover of Kim Wilde's "Kids in America" (1981). It was a birthday gift to Armstrong's bandmate, bassist Mike Dirnt, who turned 48 yesterday. It's the latest in Armstrong's "No Fun Mondays" series of cover songs that also includes his duet with Susanna Hoffs on The Bangles' "Manic Monday," below.
Tags: Video, Music, News, America, Covers, Susanna Hoffs, Armstrong, Billy Joe Armstrong, Kim Wilde, Mike Dirnt, Punk Rock, Punks

Listen to Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong rock "Kids in America" by Kim Wilde

Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong recorded this rocking cover of Kim Wilde's "Kids in America" (1981). It was a birthday gift to Armstrong's bandmate, bassist Mike Dirnt, who turned 48 yesterday. It's the latest in Armstrong's "No Fun Mondays" series of cover songs that also includes his duet with Susanna Hoffs on The Bangles' "Manic Monday," below.
Tags: Video, Music, News, America, Covers, Billie Joe Armstrong, Susanna Hoffs, Armstrong, Kim Wilde, Mike Dirnt, Punk Rock, Punks

Lyrics By Caine – “Premonition” (Video)

Rising Long Beach, CA based MC Lyrics By Caine premiers his new hard-hitting music video titled “Premonition” produced by Fred Ex.  Follow him on Instagram @lyricsbycaine.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Caine, Lyrics By Caine

CDC Projects 200K New COVID-19 Cases in the U.S. & 3,000 Deaths PER DAY By June 1st As Dozens of States Re-Open

Well, this is certainly alarming. The United States could see up to 3,000 COVID-19 deaths and 200,000 new cases PER DAY by June 1st, according to a leaked CDC report obtained by a number of newspapers, including the New York Times and the Washington Post. This is incredibly shocking considering the number of new cases at this time is about 25,000 per day, while the daily death toll is just under 2,000 per day. “The numbers underscore a sobering reality: while the United States has been hunkered ...
Tags: New York, News, Washington Post, Cdc, White House, Virginia, America, Cnn, United States, New York Times, Jazz, Fox News, Times, Donald Trump, Trump, Elizabeth Cohen

Boosie Shares Disturbing Video of Him Molesting a Mannequin at a Clothing Store

Somebody, anybody … please come get Boosie Badazz RET NAH! The “Wipe Down” rapper has been no stranger to saying and doing crazy things on social media over the past few months. Just this morning, Boosie posted a video on Instagram of him at a clothing store molesting a mannequin by rubbing on its “private” area. He can also be heard in the background saying: “that a**hole.” The Louisiana rapper captioned the video: “When u need some p***y n miss the one u f**king”. We get that inappropriately r...
Tags: Videos, Wtf, Celebs, Weird, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Louisiana, Strange, Boosie Badazz, Boosie, Really, Disturbing, WTF Am I Watching

Was Cynthia Bailey Fired from “RHOA” After 10 Seasons? Source Says She May be Demoted to Friend Status

After 10 seasons, Cynthia Bailey may be letting go of her peach, though whether it’s by choice or force remains unclear. Tamara Tattles is exclusively reporting that Cynthia has been fired from The Real Housewives of Atlanta following the conclusion of the show’s 12th season. Despite her becoming engaged during the season and her rocky friendship with NeNe Leakes, reports suggest that Cynthia’s storylines just weren’t interesting enough to keep her on the show. A source tells the outlet that whi...
Tags: Reality TV, TV, Celebs, Real Housewives Of Atlanta, Fired, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Pop Culture, Jazz, Rhoa, Reports, Mike, Mike Hill, Nene Leakes, Cynthia, Cynthia Bailey

Michael Connelly's imaginary Blue Note albums

Police procedural novelist Michael Connelly is a connoisseur of jazz music so it's no surprise that his most famous character, LAPD detective Hieronymus 'Harry' Bosch, is also a deep enthusiast of the genre. (Connelly has a page on his personal Web site all about the "music in the novels.") Illustrator Russell Walks took those cues and his own penchant for Los Angeles noir and mid-century design to create a terrific series of imaginary Michael Connelly albums released by Blue Note Records. ...
Tags: Art, Post, Music, Design, News, Los Angeles, Artists, Jazz, Harry, Authors, Lapd, Noir, Miles, Connelly, Russell, Reid Miles

Fontaines D.C. – “A Hero’s Death”

Fontaines D.C. were one of the most hyped-up new acts of last year after releasing their debut album, Dogrel, at the very top of 2019 -- the album landed on our best of the year list and the group made it onto our best new bands list. The Irish crew are … More »
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How The COVID Crisis Is Changing Classical Music Performance (No, It’s Not About Zoom)

Musicians and their audiences may be physically separated these days, but they’re closer emotionally, writes David Patrick Stearns. “The old sense of ‘us’ and ‘them’ — each side with its respective definition of excellence — is now more of a collective ‘us.’ We’re part of the same extended family, because artists are delivering something less filtered, and audiences are listening past questionable sound quality, faulty computer connections, and superficial biases. Listeners are likely to embrac...
Tags: Art, Music, Audience, David Patrick Stearns, 04.30.20

Def-i x Ariano – “Woke Up Late” (Remix) Ft. Josh Dominguez

Beloved New Mexico MC Def-i and respected SoCal producer and artist Ariano drop their latest joint, “Woke Up Late” (Remix) featuring Josh Dominguez.
Tags: Jazz, New Mexico, Singles, Ariano, Josh Dominguez, Def-i

Jean Deaux Returns With ‘WATCH THIS!’ Mixtape

Featuring Saba, ROMderful, Yung Baby Tate, & more.
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D Smoke & SiR Drop “Lights On” Video Starring Issa Rae, Danny Trejo

Off D Smoke's Black Habits album, out now.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Sir, D Smoke, Issa Rae Danny Trejo

Jorja Smith – “Kiss Me In The Morning”

For Netflix' forthcoming series, 'The Eddy.'
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J. Hutton Keeps the Jams Coming with “Old Fashioned”

Another groove from the multi-talented artist.
Tags: Jazz, Songs, 2dope, J. Hutton

Neu auf Netflix: Auf diese Serien & Filme kannst du dich im Mai freuen

Der April war ein guter Monat für alle Netflix-Fans: Wir haben uns in das schockierende Universum von Tiger King ziehen lassen, mit den sexy Teilnehmer*innen von Finger weg! mitgefiebert und die vierte Staffel Haus des Geldes innerhalb eines Wochenendes gebingt. Du musst aber gar nicht traurig sein, dass der Monat schon wieder vorbei ist, denn die gute Nachricht lautet: Auch im Mai erwarten uns viele Highlights beim Streaminganbieter. Yay!Ob du nun einfach mal den Kopf ausschalten willst, wenn d...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Usa, England, New York, Hollywood, Texas, London, Jennifer Lawrence, Matthew Mcconaughey, New York City, Africa, America, Los Angeles, Netflix, Marine

Terrence Leon – “24 Hrs”

Rising artist Terrence Leon releases his latest single titled “24 Hrs“.  Follow him on Instagram @terrenceleonmusic. 
Tags: Jazz, Singles, Twerrence Leon, Terrence Leon

Big Meech’s Brother & BMF Co-Founder Southwest-T Released From Prison Early Due to COVID-19 Concerns

Terry “Southwest-T” Flenory, the co-founder of Black Mafia Family (BMF) and brother of drug kingpin Big Meech, is expected to be released from prison on Tuesday (May 5), citing COVID-19 health concerns, the Detroit News reports. Terry Flenory, the now 50-year-old oversaw BMF’s Los Angeles hub, was approved for early release on home confinement earlier this year as the coronavirus pandemic intensified and federal prison officials started releasing inmates to help curb the spread of the virus. Ter...
Tags: Crime, Kentucky, Oregon, Los Angeles, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Starz, Jazz, Lincoln, Terry, 50 Cent, Southwest, Curtis, Detroit News, Jeffrey Hirsch, Steve Fishman

Album Of The Week: I Break Horses Warnings

The name Warnings naturally suggests something foreboding. Whether reflecting on the signs you missed but should've seen, or imagining what could be around the corner, there is danger in it, there is tumultuousness in it. Maria Lindén's new album as I Break Horses uses the title, and sure enough, plenty of turmoil still lingers in … More »
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French Montana Says Kodak Black Growled at Him During a Video Shoot & Didn’t Say a Single Word Afterward

Kodak Black is really about that turn-up life. During an interview with Big Boy on his “Gimme 5” YouTube segment, rapper French Montana revealed that Kodak once growled at him on the set of their 2016 music video “Lockjaw.” French said in the interview that Kodak growled at him and didn’t say a single word during the rest of the video shoot. “Out of all the collaborations that you have done, who would you say was the most difficult to work with?” Big Boy asked French. French answered by name-...
Tags: Wtf, Celebs, Montana, Kodak, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Kodak Black, Celebrity Interviews, French Montana, Radio Interviews, Really, Big Boy's Neighborhood, Montana Says Kodak Black Growled, Sandy Penitentiary, Kentucky Kodak

Marilyn Manson & Brandi Carlile Are Planning A “Somewhere Over The Rainbow” Duet

Apparently, Marilyn Manson wants to cover Judy Garland with Brandi Carlile. "Marilyn Manson wants to record 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow' with me. He's been texting me about it," Carlile told Zane Lowe during a new interview on Apple Music. "I did a show where I did all of Blue, by Joni Mitchell, at Disney Hall … More »
Tags: Music, News, Joni Mitchell, Marilyn Manson, Carlile, Zane Lowe, Judy Garland, Brandi Carlile, Disney Hall, Brandi Carlile Marilyn Manson

Quarantined Family Re-Creates Journey’s “Separate Ways” Video Shot-by-Shot

The Heller family writes: "Solitary confinement does strange things to the best of us and this quarantine was really having an effect. My wife texted me and said, 'we need to remake a music video.' I thought that sounded like a lot of work, but her persistence paid off and here we are. Enjoy!" via BoingBoing Quarantined Family Re-Creates Journey’s “Separate Ways” Video Shot-by-Shot is a post from: Open Culture. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus, or get our Daily Email. And do...
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Obnoxious – “Killshot” (Video)

Suburban Noize Records’ newest signee Obnoxious celebrates Cinco de Mayo with “Killshot”.
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Listen to Daniel Johnston's tragically beautiful cover of Carole King's "You've Got a Friend"

In 1996, the wonderful outsider musician and artist Daniel Johnston, who died last year, recorded this lovely and moving cover of Carole King’s “You’ve Got a Friend." Johnston's childhood friend Dale Dudgeon, drummer Dave Jungen, and the Butthole Surfers' Paul Leary played on the track, produced by Johnston's friend Brian Beattie. They recorded the song for If, a still-unreleased Johnston album. According to a Vulture article from last year, Beattie said Johnston, who suffered from mental h...
Tags: Post, Video, Music, News, Mental Health, Carole King, Johnston, Daniel Johnston, Beattie, Paul Leary, Outsider Art, Hi How Are You, Dale Dudgeon, Dave Jungen, Brian Beattie

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