Britney Spears free of father's control

Jamie Spears, the father of pop star Britney Spears, was today removed from her conservatorship in what CNN describes as a legal victory in her "fight to regain control of her life." Control of Britney, placed under a conservatorship 13 years ago after a reported mental health crisis, amounts to control of her $60m fortune—a sharpener and a sweetener for the myriad of personae deeply interested in her wellbeing. — Read the rest
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Field Music – “Endlessly”

British art-rock duo Field Music are releasing the new EP Another Shot, a companion to their recent album Flat White Moon, in a couple of weeks. Today, following opening track “Someplace Dangerous,” they’ve shared another song called “Endlessly.”
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Britney Spears’ Father Suspended From Her Conservatorship

Britney Spears’ father has been suspended from her conservatorship, The New York Times reports. In a hearing today, Judge Brenda Penny granted a petition from Britney’s new lawyer Mathew S. Rosengart to remove James “Jamie” Spears from his position, naming California accountant John Zabel as the temporary conservator of the singer’s finances. “The current situation is not tenable,” Judge Penny said.
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Sex-Heavy HMV Copulates With Women From Countless Ero-Anime

Enthusiasts who prefer to listen to music whilst watching perversion and ero-anime have another HMV they might want to hold onto as this one contains footage from at least 3 shows: Motto! Haramase! Honoo no Oppai Isekai Ero Mahou Gakuen!, Uchi no Otouto Maji de Dekain Dakedo mi ni Konai?, and JK Fuuzoku Gakuensai, the […]
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Britney Spears’s father suspended from conservatorship in victory for singer

Star has sought liberation from Jamie Spears’s control of her finances and personal life for yearsA Los Angeles judge has suspended Britney Spears’s father from the conservatorship that has controlled her life for 13 years, marking a major victory for the singer, who has long objected to the arrangement that has stripped her of independence.At a court hearing on Wednesday, Judge Brenda Penny ordered Jamie Spears suspended as conservator effective immediately. Continue reading...
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Britney Spears’ father suspended from conservatorship in victory for singer

Star has sought liberation from Jamie Spears’ control of her finances and personal life for yearsA Los Angeles judge has suspended Britney Spears’ father from the conservatorship that has controlled her life for 13 years, marking a major victory for the singer, who has long objected to the arrangement that has stripped her of independence.At a courthouse hearing on Wednesday, Judge Brenda Penny ordered Jamie Spears suspended as conservator effective immediately. Continue reading...
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Hello Goodbye: Issa Rae Shares Trailer For Final Season Of “Insecure” And We’re Not Happy To See Condolences [VIDEO]

Issa Rae dropped the trailer for the final season of "Insecure" which features cameos from Kofi Siriboe, Keke Palmer and Lela Rochon. From the looks of it, Issa's life is as stressful as ever as she's STILL experiencing tension with Molly, we see very little of Lawrence and Condola had her baby.
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Just A Biiiiit Late: YouTube Is Removing All Videos That Spread Misinformation About Vaccines

After 2 years in the pandemic and almost a year since vaccines have been available Youtube is FINALLY removing all videos that spread misinformation about the vaccines.
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Congratulations! Rotimi & Vanessa Mdee Announce The Birth Of Their Buttascotch Baby, Seven Adeoluwa Akinosho

Rotimi and his beautiful bride-to-be are parents. The singer/actor announced today that he and Vanessa Mdee welcomed their son, Seven Adeoluwa Akinosho, into the world.
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Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus Says He’s Cancer-Free

A few months ago, Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus revealed that he had been diagnosed with cancer and was undergoing treatment. He’s been sharing some updates along the way, including an encouraging one that said his chemotherapy was working. And today on Instagram, Hoppus has announced that he’s cancer-free.
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Dave Grohl Loaned His Motorized Throne To The Seattle Doom Metal Bassist Who Got Shot While Stopping A Gunman Outside A Gig

After falling off the stage during a concert and breaking his foot back in 2015, Dave Grohl performed subsequent gigs from a giant motorized throne. The following year, Grohl’s former foe Axl Rose borrowed the throne after suffering an injury of his own. Apparently that throne is still around because Grohl just leant it to another musician this week.
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Holy Other – “Lieve”

Remember Holy Other? It’s been nearly 10 years since we last heard from the shadowy British electronic producer, who came up on Tri Angle at the tail end of the witch house mini-boom. But today, he’s finally announcing a new album and releasing his first new music since his 2012 debut Held.
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Oranssi Pazuzu – “Palava Puu”

Finnish black metal experimentalists Oranssi Pazuzu have shared a new song — or rather, a new eight-minute musical odyssey — as part of the Adult Swim Singles series. “Palava puu,” which translates to “The Burning Tree,” comes from the same recording sessions that birthed last year’s album Mestarin kynsi.
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Rick Ross Paying A ‘Measly’ $11K Maybach Bucks In Child Support For Three Kids Sparks Debate

A messy debate has popped off online after news broke regarding Rick Ross and his agreement to pay the mother of his three children Briana Camille $11,000 in child support. Apparently, folks are split down the middle with their opinions on if the amount is too little or enough for the "biggest boss" in hip hop.
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21 Savage Talks ‘DONDA,’ The Mixtape Era, Loyalty, & More On ‘Off The Record’ with DJ Akademiks

21 Savage stops by DJ Akademiks podcast "Off The Record" with DJ Akademiks and talks about picking sides in beef, his stance with Bankroll Fresh passing, and how the hood uses compared to Apple Music & Spotify.
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Sage Steele Is Steele Out Here Being Loud And Dumb As She Calls ESPN’s Vaccine Mandate ‘Sick’ And ‘Scary’

ESPN commentator Sage Steele recently decided to go on to the “Uncut with Jay Cutler” podcast where she complained about being made to get vaccinated by her Disney-owned network, ESPN, in order to keep her job as a sports journalist.
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Angel Du$t – “Truck Songs”

Angel Du$t, the Baltimore hardcore band turned power-pop band featuring members of Turnstile and fronted by Trapped Under Ice’s Justice Tripp, announced their new album YAK: A Collection Of Truck Songs earlier this month. And today, following lead single “Big Bite,” they’ve shared the record’s quasi-title track, “Truck Songs.”
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John Carpenter – “Michael’s Legend”

The soundtrack for Halloween Kills is coming out in a couple of weeks, on the same day as the movie. It was composed by absolute legend (and Halloween originator) John Carpenter, alongside collaborators Cody Carpenter and Daniel Davies. We’ve heard a couple cuts from it so far — “Unkillable” and “Rampage” — and today we’re getting one more, the ominous “Michael’s Legend.” Check it out below.
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So Sad: NeNe Leakes Reveals Her Husband Gregg’s Final Words—‘I’m Not Going To Leave You’

"I'm not going to leave you, God is going to bless you", those are some of the final words Gregg Leakes said to his wife before his unfortunate passing. According to NeNe Leakes who recently reflected with PEOPLE about her husband's last moments, he not only made that comforting statement but he was surrounded by supporters before he died.  "The last five days before his passing was really beautiful," told PEOPLE. "All of his children were there. His best friends were there. Our closest fr...
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Meet The Boston Symphony’s New Leader

The orchestra has a deep pool of artistic talent, a fiercely devoted following, and Gail Samuel’s predecessor, Mark Volpe, grew the BSO’s endowment to roughly $550 million (the largest of any American orchestra) while overseeing a pre-pandemic operating budget of more than $100 million. – Boston Globe
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Corridor – “Et Hop”

Montréal post-punks Corridor are back with their first release since their 2019 album Junior. The song itself is not exactly new, though. “Et Hop” is an outtake from 2017’s Supermercado. The band unearthed it when the University of Montréal’s student radio station CISM asked them for a track to commemorate the station’s 30th anniversary. Check out the spindly and hypnotic “Et Hop” below, where you can also find Corridor’s upcoming tour dates.
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Strand Of Oaks On Getting Sober, Grief, Keith Jarrett, And Other Inspirations For His Reflective New Album

Under The Influence is a new revival of a very old Stereogum franchise, in which we ask artists to talk about the inspirations behind their albums. From other music, to film, to novels, to stray notes left behind by friends, and who knows what else, this is what’s on people’s minds when they’re writing the songs we eventually come to know and love.
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Wet -“Far Cry”

Wet are returning with a new album, Letter Blue, in a few weeks. We’ve heard a handful of tracks from it already — “On Your Side,” “Larabar,” and “Clementine” — and today they’re back with one more. “Far Cry” was co-produced by Toro y Moi’s Chaz Bear and it’s a smooth, watery thump and Kelly Zutrau sounds great in the chorus: “Even if you call my name/ Baby, could it be the same?/ Even when you call me out/ It’s a far cry from what we found out.” (The lyrics are, perhaps, a callback to “Move Me....
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Circuit des Yeux – “Vanishing”

We’re a few weeks away from Circuit des Yeux’s new album -io. We’ve heard “Dogma” and “Sculpting The Exodus” from it so far, and today Haley Fohr is sharing “Vanishing,” another epic track that’s cinematic in scope, with piercing strings and a chaotic, explosive chorus.
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Here's the first single from the unreleased David Bowie album coming in January

After David Bowie played the Glastonbury music festival in 2000, he hit the recording studio to reimagine a set of songs that he first recorded in the late 1960s. The album, titled Toy, will finally be released on Bowie's 75th birthday, January 7, 2022. — Read the rest
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Straight Cash, Homie: NBA Announces That Unvaccinated Players Will Not Be Paid For Games That They Miss

NBA says unvaccinated players will not be paid for game that they miss this season citing state sanctioned mandates
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"Bill invited me to a show but I said, 'No,' cannot go/There's a dress that I've got to sew and wear for Norman."

If you were listening to the radio in 1961, this will strike a chord of memory. Posted today because:  You remember all the "name" songs — lyrics focused on a name — like "Linda" and "Sheila" and "Oh, Donna"? "Norman" has to be the silliest choice of a name to build a song on. Who would choose that? I feel like maybe the writer was bragging about how easy it is to write a song based on a name and someone said oh, yeah, write a song called "Norman." [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
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Monyetta Shaw & Her Handsome Hubby-To-Be Share Sweetly Swirly Engagement Photos

Monyetta Shaw set Instagram ablaze with her sensual wedding engagement photos this week.
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