DOWNLOAD MP3: Rae Sremmurd Ft. Kodak Black – Real Chill

Download another latest track by MP3: Rae Sremmurd Ft. Kodak Black – Real Chill Rae Sremmurd Real Chill MP3 Rae Sremmurd comes through with yet another new song titled “Real Chill” featuring Kodak Black and is right here for your fast download Listen & Download Rae Sremmurd Ft. Kodak Black – Real Chill Below: DOWNLOAD MP3 The post MP3: Rae Sremmurd Ft. Kodak Black – Real Chill appeared first on 24Naijamusic. DOWNLOAD MP3 HERE The post DOWNLOAD MP3: Rae Sremmurd Ft. Kodak Black – Real ...
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DOWNLOAD MP3: Money Man – Live Sum Mo

Download another latest track by MP3: Money Man – Live Sum Mo Money Man Live Sum Mo MP3 Money Man comes through with yet another new song titled “Live Sum Mo” and is right here for your fast download Listen & Download Money Man – Live Sum Mo Below: DOWNLOAD MP3 The post MP3: Money Man – Live Sum Mo appeared first on 24Naijamusic. DOWNLOAD MP3 HERE The post DOWNLOAD MP3: Money Man – Live Sum Mo appeared first on ilovehiphopblog.
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Megan Thee Stallion – “Outta Town Freestyle”

Megan Thee Stallion has shared a new track, “Outta Town Freestyle,” rapping over the same beat she first tried out a couple years ago. “Was re inspired by this beat so here’s another freestyle to it,” she wrote in a tweet.
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The Cribs – “Swinging At Shadows”

The Cribs, the British power trio made up of brothers Gary, Ryan, and Ross Jarman, have launched their new Sonic Blew Singles Club series. Every month, they’re releasing a new 7-inch containing two unreleased tracks from the sessions for their 2020 album Night Network. As Gary Jarman explains:
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Dionne Warwick Headlining Dogecoin Festival

Octogenarian pop legend and very funny tweeter Dionne Warwick is headlining the first ever Dogepalooza, “an authentic community driven Dogecoin Festival” celebrating Elon Musk’s favorite meme cryptocurrency. According to the website, Dogepalooza was “specially designed as an innovative fun way to bring the Doge Community together to share their passion and love for Dogecoin.”
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Jamie Spears Agrees To Step Down As Britney Spears’ Conservator: Report

Britney Spears’ father, James “Jamie” Spears, has agreed to step down as head of her conservatorship, TMZ reports. Jamie has overseen the conservatorship — a legal arrangement that manages both Britney’s personal and professional life — since a Los Angeles court put it in place in 2008 in the wake of her public mental breakdown. In recent years, an informal coalition known as the #FreeBritney movement has campaigned for the end of the conservatorship. In June, Britney argued passionately in cour...
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Britney Spears’ father agrees to step down as conservator ‘when the time is right’

Court filings reveal that Jamie Spears had ‘already been working’ on transitioning to a new conservator Jamie Spears has agreed to step down from his long time role as conservator of his daughter Britney Spears’ estate “when the time is right,” according to court filings.Jamie Spears’ departure would mark a significant development in the singer’s long fight to be freed from her father’s control. Continue reading...
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Unique & Original MV “Unison” All About Virtual YouTuber Houshou Marine

Pretty pirate virtual YouTuber Houshou Marine has enchanted her loyal followers with a new original music video, the production possessing a surplus of impressive animation and art of the perverted pirate and bound to only cause watchers to fall in love with the 2D maiden even more. The music video “Unison” which is a slight […]
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AEG Presents To Require Full COVID Vaccination At Concerts & Festivals Starting In October

As the delta variant threatens the live music industry’s planned return to normalcy, artists and promoters have been instituting various policies intended to prevent the spread of COVID-19 at concerts and festivals. Many have adopted something similar to Jason Isbell’s policy requiring proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID test from within the previous 48 to 72 hours. But the gargantuan promoter AEG Presents just took it a step further: Starting Oct. 1, the company’s events will require ...
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Chubby And The Gang Rage Again On The Mutt’s Nuts

“Guess who’s back, back again?” Chubby And The Gang’s Charlie “Chubby” Manning Walker roars inside the first minute of the London punks’ second album The Mutt’s Nuts, as if Eminem fell from the sky into a grotty London basement. “The gang’s storming through, go and tell yer friends.”
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Deb Never & Jim-E Stack – “Sweet & Spice”

LA songwriter Deb Never has been unveiling singles slowly throughout the year, including “Someone Else,” “Sorry,” and “Disassociate.” They come from her forthcoming EP Where Have All The Flowers Gone, as does “Sweet & Spice,” her new one out today featuring Jim-E Stack.
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Karen Elson Responds To LA Mag‘s Ryan Adams Profile: “An Apology Should Contain Accountability”

Ryan Adams was the subject of an in-depth profile in Los Angeles Magazine this week, the musician’s first interview since being accused of sexual misconduct, emotional abuse, and manipulative behavior by multiple women in 2019. In it, he laments the “deeply hurtful” effects of his cancellation and responds to some of the specific allegations against him. Since its publication, the article has been taking a lot of flak online — including from Karen Elson.
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PHONY – “Great White”

Neil Berthier, the face behind PHONY and the previous frontman of Donovan Wolfington, recently moved to California. I mention this because the newfound West Coast energy is palpable on his new single “Great White,” which is brighter and more ambitious than anything he’s done before (especially in comparison to last year’s doleful Knock Yourself Out).
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Loose Buttons – “Window Seat (Freak You Out)”

New York garage-rock group Loose Buttons released their debut album Something Better last year, and now they’re back with the announcement of their sophomore effort What’s On Outside. Produced by Hop Along’s Joe Reinhart, who has worked with Joyce Manor and Modern Baseball, the record grapples with loss more than anything else, which is showcased on the lead single out today, “Window Seat (Freak You Out).”
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Zombie Juice – “Alto” (Feat. Devin The Dude & Rae Khalil)

Brooklyn rap trio Flatbush Zombies have developed a reputation as a wild, energetic live act, but they’ve got a chilled-out stoner side, too, and that’s the side that group member Zombie Juice shows on his new solo single. Zombie Juice — who now stylizes his name with a heart emoji, but I’m not copy-pasting that into a dang blog post — has just come out with his first-ever solo track, though it’s not really a solo track. “Alto” is still a product of the Flatbush Zombies ecosystem, and it feature...
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The Mountain Goats’ John Darnielle Announces New Novel Devil House

For nearly 30 years, the Mountain Goats’ John Darnielle has been writing poignant and sharp short stories and recording them in song form. Darnielle was one of the best writers in America long before he ever wrote a book, but it turns out that he’s pretty great at writing books, too. Real heads know that Darnielle’s real first book was the truly great 33 1/3 entry about Black Sabbath’s Master Of Reality, published in 2008 as a novella about a kid in a psych ward. Since then, Darnielle has publis...
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Trace Mountains – “AMERICA”

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Watch The New Trailer For The St. Vincent/Carrie Brownstein Mocumentary The Nowhere Inn

Thus far this year, St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein have both released new albums: Daddy’s Home for St. Vincent, Path Of Wellness for Brownstein’s band Sleater-Kinney. Next month, they’ll release a movie, too. St. Vincent and Carrie Brownstein wrote the new mockumentary The Nowhere Inn together, and it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival last year, just before the pandemic hit. In September, The Nowhere Inn will finally arrive in theaters and on demand. Today, it’s got a new trailer.
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Frank Gehry Turned An Old Bank Building Into A Concert Hall For Less Than $15 Million

You’d expect a concert hall to cost 10 or 20 times that amount. What’s more, after the bank moved out, the place was, among other things, a Burger King. Now it’s the home of Youth Orchestra Los Angeles, the L.A. Philharmonic’s Sistema-style program. – Los Angeles Times on MSN
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Chris Stapleton – “Nothing Else Matters” (Metallica Cover)

Metallica’s utterly ridiculous Metallica Blacklist covers compilation — 53 different big-name artists covering songs from Metallica’s self-titled “Black Album” — marches on. We’ve already heard Metallica covers from folks like Weezer, St. Vincent, and Jason Isbell. Yesterday, Phoebe Bridgers shared her take on the classic power ballad “Nothing Else Matters”; she transformed it into an icy piano lullaby. Today, on the 30th anniversary of the Black Album, we get another one of those, as the burly-...
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Small Talk adé: Seit der Pandemie ist Oversharing angesagt

Keine Frage, die Pandemie hat uns verändert: Jetzt haben wir eine noch nie dagewesene Angst vor Keimen, waschen wir uns ständig gründlich die Hände und achten wachsam auf mögliche Symptome wie Husten oder Fieber. Gesichtsmasken und Begrüßungen mit dem Ellbogen statt Händeschütteln sind normal geworden. Wir werden einen öffentlichen Wasserbrunnen nie wieder mit den gleichen Augen sehen können wie noch vor Corona-Zeiten. Viele von uns erleben außerdem eine andere, subtilere Nebenwirkung: „Ov...
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Union Transfer Names Its Coat Check After Japanese Breakfast

Japanese Breakfast just wrapped up a five-night run of sold-out shows at Union Transfer in Philadelphia last night. Back in her pre-Japanese Breakfast days, JBrekkie mastermind Michelle Zauner actually used to work at the Philly venue’s coat check and concessions, a memory that she recalled during Saturday’s concert.
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Shady Nasty – “R0LLIN’ H1LLZ” (Feat. Yoni Yen)

A few months ago, Sydney punks Shady Nasty released the apocalyptic single “IBIZA.” Today they’re following that up with “R0LLIN’ H1LLZ,” from their forthcoming EP CLUBSMOKE. It’s as menacing as its predecessor, though it builds slower, brooding and threatening. Yoni Yen’s enchanting vocals imbue the song with light; it’s full of a subtle, brewing tension.
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Iggy Pop is now the pitchman for Unagi Scooters

My old friend David Hyman is the founder of Unagi, a high-end electric scooter company that's all about the intersection of fine design and urban mobility. David is also a deep music head with a crazy amount of charisma and connections so it makes sense that he managed to enlist a legend like Iggy Pop to be his pitchman. — Read the rest
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Plex’s Super Sonic neural A.I. analyzes your music to find hidden connections

If you spend a lot of time listening to your own music instead of streaming music, Plex has a new way for you to discover similarities within your collection.
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Brandon Flowers’ teenage obsessions: ‘I considered an Oasis tattoo’

As the Killers release a new album, their frontman recalls his youthful love of Cheers, the Goonies and bonding over Bowie in Las VegasI grew up in Henderson, just outside Las Vegas. When I was eight, we moved to Nephi, this rural town in Utah. So at the same time I was falling in love with music, I was also being introduced to rodeos and farming. I didn’t realise the impact, but now if I hear the right song, I’m instantly transported back to the clouds, woods and mountains of the American west....
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Frisch getrennt & pleite? So vereinbarst du Trennung & Geldfragen

Das erste Mal, als ich eine „richtige“ Trennung durchmachte, war ich gerade mitten im Studium. Nachdem ich meinen Freund:innen erzählt hatte, was passiert war, stürmten sie in mein Wohnheimzimmer, machten Wie an einem einzigen Tag an und grillten ein Hühnchen, das wir dann mit viel Knoblauchmayonnaise auf Sandwiches verteilten. Trotzdem war es ein furchtbarer Tag. Ich konnte den Schmerz, der mich da zerriss, gar nicht genau orten, und machte wochenlang kein Auge zu. Wenn ich heute daran zurüc...
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Lorde Pushes Back Against “Insulting” Jack Antonoff Narrative

Next week, Lorde will release her new album Solar Power. She recorded the album with Jack Antonoff, who also produced her last album, 2017’s Melodrama. As a whole lot of people have noticed, Antonoff has been doing a whole lot of work with female pop stars lately, collaborating heavily with Taylor Swift, Lana Del Rey, and Clairo, among others. But in a new interview with The New York Times‘ Joe Coscarelli, Lorde dismisses the “retro,” “sexist” idea that she’s part of “Jack’s stable.”
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We’re Sorry To Report That Machine Gun Kelly’s New Song “papercuts” Is Pretty Good

Last year, Machine Gun Kelly, a B-list white rapper from Ohio, pivoted hard towards pop-punk. He made Tickets To My Downfall, a full-on album of straight-up mid-’00s Warped Tour music, with Travis Barker producing, and it was hugely successful. Tickets To My Downfall became MGK’s first #1 album, and it led to Barker making MGK-style quasi-rockers with people like Trippie Redd and Willow Smith. These days, there’s a decent chance that Machine Gun Kelly is the biggest rock star in young America, a...
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Here Is Your Song Of The Summer 2021

The votes are in, and we can now present the results of our annual Song Of The Summer poll. The 10 biggest vote-getters are below, first as a countdown, then in handy playlist format.
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