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G4 Jag & Mephux – “Progression” (Album)

Harlem MC G4 Jag teams up with producer extraordinaire Mephux for more of that fly survivor talk on their collaborative EP “Progression.” The 5 track EP is Jag’s first release since signing to Flee Lord‘s Lord MOBB label. Flee also trades bars with Jag on the standout track “Far Rock 2 Harlem.” You can listen to and purchase the album via G4 Jag’s bandcamp.The post G4 Jag & Mephux - "Progression" (Album) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Harlem MC, G4 Jag, Flee Lord, Mephux


T.I. Fined $75,000 for Promoting Fake Cryptocurrency on Social Media

T.I. has agreed to pay a $75,000 penalty to settle claims from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that he played a role in promoting an unregistered and fraudulent ICO (initial coin offering). Tip was among several individuals noted in the SEC’s charges, which named Atlanta film producer Ryan Felton as the main perpetrator. According to a press release from the SEC, Felton misled investors into thinking they were funding an entertainment streaming platform and a new cryptocurrency. The ...
Tags: Social Media, Atlanta, Jazz, SEC, Smith, Floyd Mayweather, Owen Smith, HARRIS, U S Securities and Exchange Commission, Felton, Clifford Harris, Ryan Felton, Cartiers, Louis He, Carolyn M Welshhans, PPP SBA


T.I. Fined $75,000 for Promoting Fake Cryptocurrency

T.I. has agreed to pay a $75,000 penalty to settle claims from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that he played a role in promoting an unregistered and fraudulent ICO (initial coin offering). Tip was among several individuals noted in the SEC’s charges, which named Atlanta film producer Ryan Felton as the main perpetrator. According to a press release from the SEC, Felton misled investors into thinking they were funding an entertainment streaming platform and a new cryptocurrency. The ...
Tags: Atlanta, Jazz, SEC, Smith, Floyd Mayweather, Owen Smith, HARRIS, U S Securities and Exchange Commission, Felton, Clifford Harris, Ryan Felton, Cartiers, Louis He, Carolyn M Welshhans, PPP SBA, William Sparks Jr


How A Washington State Choir Changed The Course Of COVID Research

Along with new data at the time on the virus’s potential for asymptomatic spread—cases when infected people are less likely to spew heavy droplets through coughing—the report out of Skagit Valley further intensified the transmission discourse: If COVID-19 could spread so thoroughly and quickly through a choir, did that mean the coronavirus was airborne? And if the primary route for the disease’s spread was through the air, had our initial response been woefully misguided? – Slate
Tags: Art, Music, Washington, Skagit Valley, 09.11.20


LHHATL’s Tommie Lee Says 50 Cent Blocked Her After She Asked Him for Role on Power: “He’s Such an A**hole!”

Former Love & Hip Hop Atlanta star Tommie Lee has a bone to pick with 50 Cent for refusing to give her a role on Power or any of its spin-offs. “Everybody knows that I want to be on Power,” Tommie said during a recent Instagram live session. “But I absolutely HATE 50 Cent!” She continued: “All I said was… I had DM’d him, I said, ‘You know what?’ I got an idea for Power, I got an Idea for Power. I should be Ghost girlfriend. Let me just throw that out there.” Tommie said her request resulted in F...
Tags: Videos, TV, Celebs, Atlanta, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, 50 Cent, Tommie, LHHATL, Tommie Lee, Instagram Live, Power (TV Show, Tommie Lee Says 50 Cent, Power Tommie


Ears Wide Open: Grand Master

If you’re going to dive back into music after being on the sidelines for a while, you might as well make as big a splash as possible. Grand Master is the solo project of L.A.-based Nebraska native Derek M. Walker, the onetime guitarist for Mere Mortals who in recent years turned to other creative endeavors. The multi-instrumentalist’s debut album “I Am Living,” coming out Sept. 25, began as a batch of home recordings, which he then fleshed out at Bedrock LA with an assist from Axel Steuerwald (t...
Tags: Music, Featured, Nebraska, Los Angeles Bands, Latest Music, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, United Ghosts, Derek M Walker, Grand Master, Bedrock LA, Axel Steuerwald, Mark Rains Walker, Joey Ponchetti


Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

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Tekashi 6ix9ine Says He Thought About Killing Himself While He Was in Prison

Tekashi 6ix9ine once considered suicide while he was serving time in prison for his involvement in the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods, the rapper revealed in a new interview. Tekashi, real name Daniel Hernandez, opened about his prison struggles in a sit-down with Fox 5 New York. “The pressure is so strong,” the 24-year-old rapper said. “Mentally, I think people would have attempted suicide. At a point in jail, I thought about it. It’s so much stress, so much pressure, because you’re seeing yourself o...
Tags: New York, Celebs, Fox, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Celebrity Interviews, Suicidal, Hernandez, Daniel Hernandez, Tekashi 6ix9ine, Tekashi, Nine Trey Gangsta Blood


38 Spesh – “Stash Box” Ft. Benny The Butcher

Rochester wordsmith and Trust Comes First Music Group leader 38 Spesh connects with Benny The Butcher to bring us his first single “Stash Box” off his upcoming project “Interstate 38.”The post 38 Spesh - "Stash Box" Ft. Benny The Butcher first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Jazz, Rochester, Singles, Benny the Butcher, 38 Spesh, Trust Comes First Music Group


6 Reasons Why You Should Consider Moving to Chicago

Being someone from a small town, I’ve always had those big city aspirations. There’s nothing wrong with living in a town where basically everyone knows everybody. About 8 years ago, we moved to a much bigger city which is right next to Atlanta. With my daughter graduating high school in less than three years, we’re thinking about moving again. We’re open to pretty much anywhere in America and the big city is what we’re eyeing. We have thought about just moving to Atlanta and other cities like ...
Tags: Family, Life, America, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Georgia, Chicago, Michael Jordan, Jazz, NHL, Chicago Cubs, Zumper, Montrose, Macy, Blackhawks, Wrigley Field


Notes from a Pandemic: Watch PJ Harvey; stream the Daniel Johnston tribute, Isolaid Festival, Red Baraat, Lucero, John Vanderslice, the String Cheese Incident and more

ONLINE FIND ■  PJ Harvey’s entire back catalogue is being re-released on vinyl this year, beginning with her debut “Dry” and “To Bring You My Love,” with standalone releases for the album demos. Enjoy her full performance on From the Basemen from earlier this summer.   TODAY’S STREAMS ■ All day: Nick Cave’s BAD SEED TEEVEE continues on YouTube. ■ 12AM: Robert Fripp (King Crimson)’s “Music for Quiet Moments” on YouTube. ■ 9AM: Suede’s 2010 Royal Albert Hall reunion show on YouTube. ■ ...
Tags: Facebook, Music, Instagram, RAC, Elton John, Preview, Kristin Chenoweth, PJ Harvey, Nick Cave, Linkin Park, Max, The String Cheese Incident, Zane Carney, James Bay, Jeff Tweedy, Mike Shinoda


Mic Terror – “The Rona” (Album)

“The Rona“, new album by Chicago’s Mic Terror. A 13-track project featuring a collecting of rising artists like Maverick Gawain, Bruus, Gzus Piece, and more. The post Mic Terror - "The Rona" (Album) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Chicago, Albums, Jazz, Mic Terror, Maverick Gawain, Bruus, Gzus Piece, Maverick Gawain Bruus Gzus Piece


What The Uk’s Music Organizations Are Learning About Streaming

“What we know is that the donation only model works well for the first two events that you do, and then it tails off dramatically, so our view is that the more sustainable model is pay-per-view.” – Bachtrack
Tags: Art, Music, 09.10.20


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 »
Tags: Music, Gorillaz, The 5 Best Songs Of The Week, Robert Smith, Susanna, Amygdala, Blue Hawaii, Beabadoobee


Nostalgia, connection and the nomadic sound of Mx Blouse

Mx Blouse talks about their sonic influences and how these fused together to shape their debut album, 'Elementality' The post Nostalgia, connection and the nomadic sound of Mx Blouse appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Rap, Fusion, Dancing, Friday, Nostalgia, Djing, House Music, A Fetish Ain’t Love, Elementality, eSikhawini, Last Night a DJ Saved My Life, Love Was A Lie, Mx Blouse, Papi Moshodi, Phuzamanzi


[email protected] We$+ – “Troubles”

Rising Brooklyn based independent artist [email protected] We$+ is slated to drop his new project on Oct. 10th, “American Baby 2“. Today, we sharing the 3rd single off the project, “Troubles”.The post [email protected] We$+ - "Troubles" first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
Tags: Brooklyn, Jazz, Singles, Jay West


Soul Assassins: Mx Blouse selects six producers who are vital to their sound

From Micr. Pluto and Eye-On Feather to Parabyl, Mx Blouse has worked with a diverse range of producers who have all helped to shape their debut album, ‘Elementality’ The post Soul Assassins: Mx Blouse selects six producers who are vital to their sound appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Music, Friday, Thor Rixon, Music Production, Bakai, Sean Ross, Mx Blouse, Eye-On Feather, Micr Pluto, Parabyl, Parabyl Mx Blouse


Scary Monsters Summed Up Everything About David Bowie

There are all kinds of well-established career tropes in pop history. There's the visionary wunderkind debut, when an artist arrives fully-formed and with a whole new sound completely figured out. There's the dreaded sophomore slump, when an already beloved and respected act fails to capture the same fire as their introduction. There’s the "difficult" and … More »
Tags: Music, David Bowie, Sounding Board


Natalie Bakopoulos's Playlist for Her Novel "Scorpionfish"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Roxane Gay, and many others. Natalie Bakopoulos's novel Scorpionfish is a brilliantly written exploration of identity. Bookpage wrote pf the book: "Richly told. . . . A remarkable recognition of how language can work, how gri...
Tags: Asia, Music, Greece, Nazis, America, David, Athens, Sudan, Npr, Detroit, Al Pacino, Mira, Piraeus, Ann Arbor Michigan, Smyrna, Leila


Watch Miley Cyrus Cover Hall & Oates’ “Maneater” On Fallon

Miley Cyrus appeared as a guest on last night's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where she performed her recent single "Midnight Sky" and a cover of Hall & Oates' 1982 #1 hit "Maneater." Why did she choose that particular song? "I think it's very important to be transparent. More »
Tags: Music, News, Jimmy Fallon, Daryl Hall, John Oates, Miley Cyrus, Fallon, Oates, Hall and Oates, Miley Cyrus Cover Hall


A no-nonsense guide to what’s new in Pioneer’s next-generation CDJ-3000

Pioneer's new CDJ is likely to be controversial because of its launch timing and - Key Sync. But it does indicate where things are going, and clubs shuttered by the virus will open again. Really. So let's have a look. The post A no-nonsense guide to what’s new in Pioneer’s next-generation CDJ-3000 appeared first on CDM Create Digital Music.
Tags: Music, Tech, Dj, Gear, Touchscreen, Pioneer, Decks, Key Sync


Reks Returns with New Album, ‘T.H.I.N.G.S. (The Hunger Inside Never Gets Satisfied)’

Featuring Pharoahe Monch, Evidence, Statik Selektah, and more.
Tags: Albums, Jazz, Reks


September 11: The Day of Planting Became The Day Of Uprooting

Do you remember where you were on September 11th? I do. I think most of us do. Today we remember the victims. But we also remember that America isn’t immune to atrocities that are carried out by mankind. Where is America now? More divided than ever. September 11 pulled the nation together, for a while at least, while the pandemic has ripped apart the nation. Just the date 9/11 has a ring. It’s like a date that has a divine significance that’s etched in time. Henry Hudson discovered NYC via the...
Tags: Music, America, Pentagon, 9/11, September 11, Franklin D Roosevelt, Henry Hudson, The Latest, Half Moon Ship, US Military Defense The Pentagon


A NICE ASSORTMENT: BARNEY BIGARD, JOHN LEWIS, SLAM STEWART, BOBBY ROSENGARDEN, CLARK TERRY, EDDIE DANIELS, KAI WINDING, JIMMY MAXWELL, VIC DICKENSON, JOE NEWMAN (July 15, 1977)

Jazz festivals and jazz parties with a proliferation of star soloists sometimes get everyone who’s available to take a few choruses on a standard composition, which can result in brilliant interludes or dull displays.  The results are not the same … Continue reading →
Tags: John Lewis, Wow, Bliss, Jazz, Michael Moore, Duke Ellington, Clark Terry, Joe Newman, Generosities, It's All True, Jazz Titans, The Real Thing, The Things We Love, Jazz Lives, Michael Steinman, Ideal Places


2 Chainz Lil Wayne Rep The HBCUs With “Money Maker” Video

During his VERZUZ with Rick Ross, 2 Chainz debuted the first single…
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Chainz Lil Wayne


38 Spesh Connects With Benny The Butcher For “Stash Box” Single

Spesh is dropping a new project later this year.
Tags: Jazz, Songs, Benny, Benny the Butcher, 38 Spesh



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