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The new Metallica tribute album costs $50 to download

Metallica released their fifth studio album in 1991. Though technically self-titled, the album is affectionately known as The Black Album, and is arguably the second-most memorable thing that Metallica contributed to popular culture, with bangers like "Enter Sandman" and "Nothing Else Matters." — Read the rest
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Haters So Mad! Lawd, #Have Mercy! Chlöe Claps Back At Complaints About Her Booty-Beholding Solo Debut

Chlöe Bailey claps back at criticism about "showing too much skin" in the video for her solo debut single "Have Mercy."
Tags: Music, News, Instagram, Musicians, Jazz, Arts & Entertainment, Celebrity News, SMH, For Your Information, New Video, For Your Viewing Pleasure, For Discussion, Black Girl Magic, Chlöe Bailey, Recording Artists, Hate It or Love It


Watch Bruce Springsteen Perform “I’ll See You In My Dreams” At 9/11 Memorial In NYC

Bruce Springsteen performed at the 9/11 memorial in New York City today to honor those lost on the 20th anniversary of the terror attacks. “May god bless our fallen brothers and sisters, and their families, their friends, and their loved ones,” Springsteen said before beginning a solo acoustic performance of “I’ll See You In My Dreams,” the closing track from his 2020 album Letter To You. Watch and listen below.
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It’s Like Heaven To Our Ears! Nicki Minaj Shares Snippet Of New Music Feat. Brandy, Tamar Braxton & Keke Wyatt

Nicki Minaj got some of R&B’s best vocalist on a track together and teased a snippet for fans on Instagram.
Tags: Music, News, Nicki Minaj, Jazz, Brandy, Tamar Braxton, Barbz, For Your Information, Really, Black Girl Magic, KeKe Wyatt, MTV VMA's


Phoebe Bridgers Closed Out The First Night Of Pitchfork Fest On A Mostly Solemn Note

Friday marked the return of Pitchfork Music Festival to Chicago’s Union Park for the first time since July 2019. The fest’s COVID-era comeback offered lots of compelling options on the first day, starting with some dystopian rap (Armand Hammer) and rocket-fueled emo (Dogleg) that I would’ve liked to see if my flight hadn’t been pushed back. Among the acts I actually did witness in part, there were fiercely howled anthems from Hop Along, cantankerous prog-rock bombardments from black midi, and re...
Tags: Music, Chicago, Concert Review, Animal Collective, Phoebe Bridgers, The Fiery Furnaces, Pitchfork Music Festival, Hop Along, Yaeji, Kelly Lee Owens, Big Thief, Ela Minus, Black Midi


Sleeping While Black: Rayshard Brooks’ Widow Sues Atlanta, Killer Cops For Shooting, Kicking, And Refusing To Help Him

The widow of Rayshard Brooks, is suing the city of Atlanta and the officers involved in his killing, Garrett Rolfe and Devin Brosnan. The suit claims Rolfe refused to offer medical aid to Brooks and kicked him after shooting him twice in the back.
Tags: Crime, News, Shooting, Atlanta, Lawsuits, Jazz, Police Brutality, Black Lives Matter, Hate Crimes, Brooks, SMH, Rolfe, Did You Know, For Your Information, For Discussion, People Ain't Isht


Swizz Beats Says A Kanye/Drake Verzuz Was In The Works…Here’s Why It Didn’t Happen

At one point, there was a possibility that Kanye West and Drake's ongoing beef would play out on the Verzuz stage--but one of them just wasn't into the idea.
Tags: News, Newsletter, Kanye West, Jazz, Drake, Swizz Beatz, SMH, For Your Information, Hip-Hop Beef, For Discussion, What The Hell, Really, Verzuz


A decade after she died, I can finally grieve the Amy Winehouse I knew and loved

Coming to terms with the loss of my friend Amy Winehouse, amid the media frenzy that surrounded her death, has taken me 10 yearsGod knows what I must have looked like: a bedraggled 25-year-old dressed as a psychedelic game hunter with glitter smeared across my face crying hysterically in a Cambridgeshire field. It was 4pm on 23 July 2011, and a friend of mine had broken the news to me: Amy was dead. I was totally inconsolable, while around me fellow-revellers danced.It was the Saturday of Secret...
Tags: Psychology, Music, Science, Life and style, Culture, Health & wellbeing, Amy Winehouse, Cambridgeshire, Jamie, Amy, Secret Garden Party


Watch Big Thief Play New Song “Dragon” At Pitchfork Music Festival

Big Thief performed at the first day of Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago’s Union Park yesterday. They’ve shared new songs like “Certainty,” “Little Things,” and “Sparrow,” in recent weeks, and during their set at Pitchfork, they played another new one. “Dragon” is a gnarled rocker that recalls the heavier moments on Two Hands, and you can watch their performance and listen to it below.
Tags: Music, News, Chicago, Pitchfork, Union Park, Pitchfork Music Festival, Big Thief


Jennifer Lopez & Ben Affleck Make First Re-Coupled Red Carpet Appearance On Anniversary Of Canceled Wedding

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are still going strong, making their first appearance back on the red carpet as a couple since they got back together.
Tags: News, Ben Affleck, Newsletter, Jennifer Lopez, Jazz, Red Carpet, Bennifer, For Your Information, For Discussion, Coupled Up, Really


Watch Miley Cyrus Cover “Nothing Else Matters” With Metallica

Metallica just released an expanded reissue of their self-titled “Black Album” along with The Metallica Blacklist, a covers collection featuring 53 artists’ taking on “Black Album” songs. One of those artists is Miley Cyrus, who played “Nothing Else Matters” at Glastonbury a couple years ago and covered it on The Metallica Blacklist with Elton John, Watt, Yo-Yo Ma, Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith, and Metallica’s own Robert Trujillo on bass. Yesterday, Cyrus joined Metallica on The Howa...
Tags: Music, News, Metallica, Miley Cyrus, Glastonbury, Robert Trujillo, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Howard Stern Show, Cyrus, Chad Smith, Metallica Blacklist, Miley Cyrus Cover, Elton John Watt Yo Yo Ma


Teyana Taylor’s Streetwear-Inspired Pretty Little Thing Collection Is Out Now!

250 guests gathered at Gotham Hall in New York city on on September 9th, 2021 to witness Teyana unveil her second collection with PLT.
Tags: Fashion, New York, Style, Culture, Models, Musicians, Jazz, Celebrity News, Teyana Taylor, Gotham Hall, NYFW, Black Girl Magic, BlackGirlMagic, Teyana, Style & Fashion, PrettyLittleThing Teyana Taylor


"The pay was 9 pounds — about $17. With two young children to feed, she showed up at 8:30 p.m. to tune her harp and was handed a piece of sheet music."

Only later did she learn that the notes she played were to be the intro on 'She’s Leaving Home' by the Beatles.... Mrs. Bromberg’s harp intro and rhythm, backed by a full string section, set the poignant tone of the track before Paul McCartney (who recorded separately) began the lyric 'Wednesday morning at 5 o’clock as the day begins.'...  She played harp on two early James Bond films starring Sean Connery — 'Dr. No' (1962) and 'Goldfinger' (1964)... She also performed the solo intro to the 1976...
Tags: Music, London, Law, The Beatles, Ukraine, Bbc, United States, Bob Dylan, Paul Mccartney, James Bond, Shirley Bassey, Michael Jackson, Tom Jones, Sean Connery, Kiev, Dylan


This payments and distribution platform used by Frank Ocean and Childish Gambino is fighting the music industry's 'starving artist' culture

Milana Rabkin Lewis, CEO of Stem, spent five years as a Digital Media Agent at United Talent Agency (UTA) before co-founding the company in 2015. Stem Music revenue is forecasted to reach $131 billion by 2030. Even still, many smaller artists struggle to get paid. Stem, a distribution and payments platform used by Frank Ocean and Childish Gambino, is trying to change that. "There's a lack of infrastructure and tools to support the modern music industry," Stem's CEO told Insider. ...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Entertainment, Youtube, US, Trends, Artists, Start-up, UTA, Frank Ocean, Lewis, United Talent Agency, United Talent Agency UTA, Tech Insider, Milana Rabkin Lewis, weekend BI US


‘I knew I was pushing buttons’: Kacey Musgraves on breaking country music taboos

She’s already broken out of Nashville to become an unconventional pop superstar. Now she’s stretching the limits of country again – with the help of psychedelics and a four-poster bed in her studioIt is mid-morning in Nashville and Kacey Musgraves is padding around her new home, looking in the fridge and checking on her dogs while she talks. She moved in in April, after spending a year having it renovated. From what I can see on Zoom, the results of her renovations are exceptionally tasteful, in...
Tags: Music, UK, Kacey Musgraves, Taylor Swift, US, Country, Glen Campbell, Atlanta, Culture, Nashville, Musgraves, Dixie -RSB- Chicks


Homebody or hellraiser: Our autumn arts preview has you covered

From online comedy to cinema’s new blockbusters to all-night rave festivals, a look at the cultural highlights for all levels of commitmentNew streaming gems to enjoy from within the comfort of your own four walls. Continue reading...
Tags: Art, Music, Film, Theatre, Culture, Art and design, Stage



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