K-pop band Blackpink prompt anger in China by holding baby panda without gloves

Outrage after members the band were shown holding Fu Bao, the first panda to be born in South Korea, as part of a trailer for their online reality showAnother K-pop act has sparked outrage in China after members of the globally popular girl band Blackpink were shown holding a baby panda – drawing accusations that they had risked harming the health of a national treasure.Last month, the K-pop phenomenon BTS were criticised in China after the band’s leader, RM, cited the “history of pain” shared b...
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Charly D – Real (Single)

Les traemos REAL el single compartido con el artista argentino CHARLY D proveniente de la provincia de Santa Fe. Fusionando rimas rapeadas sobre una beat de trap Charly nos hace una muestra de lo que vienen cocinando dentro del sello Khan Records. Real suena a sinceridad, a barrio, a competencia y a “beef”. Si te gustó la música de Charly D puedes seguir sus redes sociales musicales: Spotify: Youtube: Tambié...
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Britney Spears will not perform again if her father is in charge of her career, lawyer argues

LA judge Brenda Penny declines to suspend James Spears from his role in the court conservatorship that has controlled his daughter’s life for 12 yearsBritney Spears is afraid of her father and will not resume her career so long as he has power over it, her attorney said in court on Tuesday.Los Angeles superior court judge Brenda Penny declined to suspend James Spears from his central role in the court conservatorship that has controlled his daughter’s life and career for 12 years, as Britney Spe...
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2021 She Rocks Awards going virtual to honor The Go-Go’s, Cherie Currie, Margaret Cho, more

The Women’s International Music Network (the WiMN) announced the honorees for its annual She Rocks Awards on Tuesday afternoon via a virtual press conference led by founder Laura B. Whitmore. Since 2012, the She Rocks Awards has paid tribute to women in the music industry in conjunction with the annual NAMM Show held at the Anaheim Convention Center in January. Since NAMM announced its 2021 convention will be a virtual one due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the She Rocks Awards will also b...
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Badge Époque Ensemble – “Just Space For Light” (Feat. Jennifer Castle)

A couple months ago, Maximilian Turnbull’s Toronto collective Badge Époque Ensemble announced its sophomore album, Self Help. We’ve heard a couple tracks from it so far, including “Sing A Silent Gospel” and “Unity (It’s Up To You),” which was accompanied by a wild claymation video.Today, as Self Help’s release approaches next week, the Ensemble have unveiled a final preview of the album. Their latest is called “Just Space For Light.” Just as “Sing A Silent Gospel” featured Meg Remy and Dorothe...
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Fans Demand More Progressive Politics From Hanson, Drummer Apologizes For Pinterest Account

Since their “MMMBop” days, Hanson have maintained a devoted cult following. That fan base is now reportedly in disarray thanks to the group’s tentative response to the Black Lives Matter movement and one member’s leaked Pinterest account. As Vice reports, Hanson began facing intense fan pressure this past spring due to their silence on George Floyd’s death and the subsequent protests. As their social accounts continued as if nothing was happening in the world, comments flooded in asking the br...
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Jesse Kivel – “Burning Man”

Back in the beginning of September, Jesse Kivel announced his new solo album Infinite Jess. So far we’ve heard several pristine singles from it, including “William,” “Northside,” and “Desert, Moonlight.” Now, ahead of Infinite Jess’ arrival this Friday, Kivel has shared one more preview of the album. The latest track from Infinite Jess is called “Burning Man.” It comes with a video filmed in Small Point, Maine, a setting out in nature that’s an important site in Kivel’s life. “This is the exac...
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Suhr Guitar Talk :: RE: Darken fretboard

Author: Drew7 Posted: Tue Nov 10, 2020 6:47 am (GMT -7) Topic Replies: 3 Do you happen to have a picture of the fretboard? Nonconsensus opinion, maybe, but I know a ton of guys who want their fretboards dark and almost ebony-colored, and I think a lighter, warmer, redder rosewood fretboard looks way better. _________________"They can kill you, but the legalities of eating you are a little dicier." - David Foster Wallace
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LVRN Announces ‘Home For The Holidays’ EP With Summer Walker, Boogie, 6LACK & More

With Summer Walker, 6LACK, Boogie, & more.
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Will Gates – “Juggalo Rage” Ft. Darby O’Trill & Stevie Stone (Prod. By Wyshmaster)

Traverse City emcee Will Gates enlists the help of Darby O’Trill, Stevie Stone & Wyshmaster to let the “Juggalo Rage” loose. The post Will Gates – “Juggalo Rage” Ft. Darby O’Trill & Stevie Stone (Prod. By Wyshmaster) first appeared on UndergroundHipHopBlog.
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Chicago Man Killed Girlfriend & Her Family Because She Wouldn’t Cook Him Breakfast or Braid His Hair

A Chicago man was arrested on three counts of first-degree murder for allegedly killing his girlfriend and her family in a domestic dispute outside his home this past summer. According to police, 25-year-old John Matthews murdered his 24-year-old girlfriend, Shonta Harris, her mother, 56-year-old Frances Neal, and her sister, 27-year-old Jasmine Neal, after Harris said she didn’t want to cook him breakfast or braid his hair. Prosecutors said Matthews and his girlfriend had been dating for two ye...
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Rasheed Chappell & Buckwild – “Mass Media” (Video)

With their new video for “Mass Media,” the duo of Rasheed Chappell & Buckwild deliver a stirring look at the issues plaguing our society today, from the global pandemic to police brutality and the impact it has on us all. The video is directed by Trevor Lang, who utilizes the power of Chappell’s sharply written rhymes to carry the experience from one topic to the next. While the emcee certainly speaks on tragedies from this year—the murder of Breonna Taylor and COVID-19 pandemic—he also point...
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4 Plumbing Tips for Moving Into a New Home

Moving to a new home can be very stressful, especially considering the fact that you might find some surprises. Many times, people overlook some important aspects when purchasing property. One of those key facets is the plumbing system itself. On the outside, a good-looking pipe system might give you the impression that everything’s in order. However, once you actually move in and start using appliances, you might notice leaks, mold, and other undesirable elements. To fix this, or to avoid it ...
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Watch Grimes Get Tortured On The Eric Andre Show

Grimes appeared on the most recent episode of The Eric Andre Show, which aired as part of Adult Swim’s lineup on Sunday. The segment, which was filmed back when Grimes was still pregnant, has Andre introducing “Grimes And Punishment” and performing as she’s tortured in various different ways. In a recent interview, Andre talked about how the collaboration came about. “She’s great. You know, we’re friends and she’s a fan of the show. I had a BBQ at my house a few years ago and she goes to me, ‘Yo...
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Hear a Rare First Recording of Janis Joplin’s Hit “Me and Bobby McGee,” Written by Kris Kristofferson “You can’t think of that song without thinking of Janis,” says Kris Kristofferson of Janis Joplin’s raw, bittersweet, posthumous “Me and Bobby McGee.” Kristofferson, who wrote the song, only heard Joplin’s version after her death, when he returned to California after playing the Isle of Wight in 1970. He met the producer of Joplin’s last album, Pearl, in L.A., who told him to come to the studio “to play me her recording of ‘Bobby McGee.’ And it...
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Critic Tries To Review Streamed Concert While Life Keeps Happening

Zachary Woolfe: “I wanted to try, for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic largely closed down live performing arts worldwide, to review a concert taken in the way I have most music since March: while running in Prospect Park in Brooklyn, ducking into the bodega for milk, walking [the dog], living life.” Did it work? “Well, sort of.” – The New York Times
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Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler Finally Breaks His Legendary Silence On “WAP”: “Cardi B Pisses Me Off”

How does Geezer Butler, bassist and primary lyricist for Black Sabbath, feel about Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP“? To be clear, no one asked, but in a new in-depth interview with Kerrang!, he tells us anyway. “WAP” comes up after Butler says he’s working on a song called “Unspeakable Elvis,” which is “really about the fact that whatever new music comes out, it’s viewed as the devil’s music.” “I remember when Elvis came out everybody said he was Satan. And then in the ‘60s and ‘70s he ...
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Rasheed Chappell & Buckwild – “Mass Media”

Their joint LP 'Sinners & Saints,' drops November 20.
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King Von Autopsy Photos Allegedly Leaked by Quando Rondo’s Crew

Social media users are outraged after someone leaked graphic photos of slain rapper King Von’s body laying on an autopsy table. King Von (real name: Dayvon Bennett) was shot and killed last Friday (Nov. 6) in a shootout between his crew and that of rival rapper Quando Rondo outside an Atlanta nightclub. PREVIOUSLY: Chicago Rapper King Von Dead at 26 After Being Shot Outside Atlanta Nightclub The 26-year-old Chicago rapper died while in surgery at Grady Memorial Hospital. The photos were likely...
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Rico Nasty – “OHFR?” (Prod. 100 Gecs)

Rico Nasty’s official debut album Nightmare Vacation now has a release date, Dec. 4, and as of today there’s another advance single out in the world. Both “OHFR?” and its video deliver what fans have come to know and love about Rico. The song is a proud and fiery aggro-rap track produced by 100 Gecs, who’ve developed quite the kinship with Rico lately. Speaking to Apple Music, Rico says her A&R at Atlantic Records put her on to the Gecs and she demanded he link up a collab: “I like ear orgasms...
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Alaska Reid – “Oblivion” (Prod. A. G. Cook & Rodaidh McDonald)

Last year Alaska Reid, who had been leading the fuzzed-out alt-rock band Alyeska, went solo with “Quake,” a brisk and fizzy synth-powered track on the blurry borderline between pop and rock. She’s kept releasing singles since then, including this past August’s “Boys From Town,” the lead single from her Big Bunny EP on Terrible Records. Today another track from the EP is out, with contributions from a couple of extremely impressive producers. The darkly stylish ballad “Oblivion” features work fro...
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Die wahre Geschichte hinter Netflix’ Carmel: Wer hat María Marta umgebracht? ist gruseliger als die Doku selbst

Seien wir doch mal kurz ehrlich: Wir lieben True Crime. Wer braucht schon Drehbuchautor:innen, wenn das Leben die spannendsten Thriller selbst schreibt? Und spätestens seit dem Erfolg von Making A Murderer hat auch Netflix begriffen: „Basierend auf einer wahren Begebenheit“ verspricht fast immer fantastische Quoten.  Und während die Tage draußen langsam kürzer und kälter werden, liefert uns Netflix auch in diesem November jede Menge Neues, das uns durch diesen merkwürdigen Herbst und Wi...
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Timothy Leeks (Allegedly Quando Rondo’s Brother) Arrested & Charged With King Von’s Murder

A man believed to be the person who shot and killed Chicago rapper King Von in Atlanta early Friday morning (Nov. 7) has been arrested. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, 22-year-old Timothy Leeks was taken into custody charged with felony murder Saturday after the Atlanta Police Department secured warrants. There are unconfirmed reports that Leeks is the brother of rapper Quando Rondo, though that information hasn’t been verified. It is true, however, that Quando Rondo and Leeks at ...
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Sydney Barber Makes History As First Black Woman to Serve As U.S. Naval Academy Brigade Commander

After a historic weekend that saw the first Black woman becoming elected vice president of the United States comes news that a Black woman named Sydney Barber will serve as U.S. Naval Academy Brigade Commander for the first time ever. Via USA Today: Midshipman 1st Class Sydney Barber will be the first Black woman to serve as brigade commander at the U.S. Naval Academy, officials announced Monday. Barber will hold the highest leadership position within the brigade for the spring semester, the 16t...
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Kiwi Jr. – “Cooler Returns”

Kiwi Jr. are a jangly, bemused, revved-up indie rock band from Toronto. At the beginning of the year, they released their debut album Football Money, which got a lot of people reaching for Pavement comparisons. That influence is definitely there, but Kiwi Jr. sound more uptight than Pavement, and there’s more sweetness in their silliness. to me, they sound more like what might happen if Parquet Courts tried really hard to sound like Courtney Barnett. This is, in my estimation, a good thing. Ja...
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Annakarina – “We Are Passing”

Annakarina – “We Are Passing” Pittsburgh screamo band Annakarina have been inactive since 2015, but they’re back this week with the first single from a new EP. The reconstituted band finds driving force Chloe June backed by members of Short Fictions, Shin Guard, Scratchy Blanket, and Coma Regalia, with spoken word by Halsey Hyer. To introduce their Always Moving Forward EP, they’ve shared “We Are Passing,” a nearly six-minute bombardment built around the refrain, “I feel rested/ There’s no more ...
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Phoebe Bridgers Announces Orchestral Rework EP Copycat Killer

Phoebe Bridgers’ Punisher came out back in June and she’s been hard at work promoting it since then, through various late-night TV performances and livestream appearances. Today, she’s announcing a new EP called Copycat Killer — named after a line on the title track — which features four new orchestral reworks of songs off the album: “Kyoto,” “Savior Complex,” “Chinese Satellite,” and “Punisher.” She arranged them with Rob Moose, who has worked with the Decemberists, Interpol, the National, and...
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