Bloglikes - Music en-US Thu, 13 Aug 2020 19:51:03 +0000 Sat, 06 Apr 2013 00:00:00 +0000 FeedWriter The Cribs – “Running Into You” The Cribs, the British power trio made up of brothers Gary, Ryan, and Ross Jarman, have announced a new album called Night Network. The follow-up to 2017's Steve Albini-engineered 24-7 Rock Star Shit was recorded and self-produced at Foo Fighters Studio 606 in Los Angeles after 18 months of legal limbo following a split from … More » ]]> Thu, 13 Aug 2020 15:36:38 +0000 BlogLikes - Find Most Popular Blogs Music Los Angeles Steve Albini Sam Riley The Cribs Rock Star Shit Gary Ryan Nick Scott Andy Knowles Ross Jarman Rico Nasty – “iPhone” (Prod. Dylan Brady) Rico Nasty first teased "iPhone," a song produced by 100 gecs' Dylan Brady, way back in November. When fans demanded its release, she said that she was trying to get Lil Uzi Vert to appear on it. Since then, Rico Nasty and Dylan Brady have collaborated on a remixMore » ]]> Thu, 13 Aug 2020 13:36:24 +0000 BlogLikes - Find Most Popular Blogs Music Lil Uzi Vert Dylan Brady Rico Nasty Partner – “Hello And Welcome” It's been almost three years since the lovable Canadian duo/Band To Watch Partner released their debut album, In Search Of Lost Time. Since then, they've never gone away for long, whether it was last year's Saturday The 14th EP or having fun with a Rush cover. Back in … More » ]]> Thu, 13 Aug 2020 13:32:11 +0000 BlogLikes - Find Most Popular Blogs Music Partner Dustin Apodaca Hear Prince’s Previously Unreleased “Witness 4 The Prosecution (Version 2)” Prince fans have been eating well lately. We've been getting a steady stream of previously unreleased tracks since the late musician's estate announced a massive deluxe reissue of his 1987 double album Sign O' The Times back in June. 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Svalbard – “Listen To Someone” The Bristol band Svalbard make a towering, beautiful, pummeling sound that doesn't really fit into any particular genre. They pull from hardcore, from shoegaze, from post-rock, and from black metal, and they transform all of it into a majestic, cathartic blur. Next month, the band is coming back with a new album called When I … More » ]]> Thu, 13 Aug 2020 09:52:31 +0000 BlogLikes - Find Most Popular Blogs Music Bristol Svalbard Sufjan Stevens – “Video Game” Next month, Sufjan Stevens will return with The Ascension, his first proper album since 2015's Carrie & Lowell. Stevens has already shared "America," the massive 12-minute closing song that perversely stands as the album's first single, as well as the non-album track "My Rajneesh." Today, Stevens has … More » ]]> Thu, 13 Aug 2020 09:12:37 +0000 BlogLikes - Find Most Popular Blogs Music America Sufjan Stevens Stevens Nicole Ginelli Carrie Lowell Stevens Watch Ciara’s Striking Video For Her New Protest Song “Rooted” A few weeks ago, Ciara gave birth to her son Win. Last night, she shared a video that she evidently recorded while she was very, very pregnant. Ciara's new song "Rooted" is a statement of Black pride, a clear statement of solidarity with the protest movement that's swept across America and the rest of the … More » ]]> Thu, 13 Aug 2020 08:52:57 +0000 BlogLikes - Find Most Popular Blogs Music America Ciara Esther Dean Annie Bercy First Woman To Conduct Opera At Salzburg Festival Isn’t Much Interested In Gender

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Warum sprechen manche Kamala Harris’ Namen falsch aus? Rassismus. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Michele Eve Sandberg/Shutterstock (10742432a) On August 11, 2020 former VP Joe Biden named Kamala Harris as his running mate, making the California senator the first Black and South Asian American woman to run on a major political party’s presidential ticket. The image shot at the 2020 Democratic Party presidential debates held at The Adrienne Arsht Center on June 27, 2019 in Miami Joe Biden picks U.S. Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate for VP, Miami, Florida, USA – 11 Aug 2020

Seit bekannt gegeben wurde, dass Joe Biden sie als Vizepräsidentin ausgewählt hat, haben negative Äußerungen über Kamala Harris in den Medien, wie zu abzusehen war, rasant zugenommen. So wurde sie beispielsweise mit rechten Kommentaren konfrontiert und von Trump “nasty“ genannt. Und das ist noch nicht alles: Ihr Vorname wurde und wird regelmäßig falsch ausgesprochen – von einigen, wie dem politischen Kommentator Tucker Carlon, sogar absichtlich. Aber warum ist das so? Schließlich steht Harris nicht erst seit gestern im Rampenlicht – bis vor Kurzem nahm sie selbst noch am Rennen um die amerikanische Präsidentschaft teil! Besonders Menschen, die in der Politik sind, kennen sie also schon sehr lange und sollten deswegen doch auch wissen, wie man ihren Namen ausspricht, oder?

Und es ist ja auch nicht so, als gäbe es keine Möglichkeit, die korrekte Aussprache herauszufinden. So beschrieb sie in ihrem Buch “The Truths We Hold: An American Journey“ selbst, wie man ihren Vornamen ausspricht. Und dann wäre da noch das folgende Video, das sie 2016 im Zuge ihrer Senatskandidatur twitterte:

People pronounce my name many different ways. Let #KidsForKamala show you how it’s done.

— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) May 24, 2016

Wenn diese süßen Kinder keine Probleme damit haben, ihren Namen richtig zu sagen, dann sollten das “gebildete“ Erwachsene doch wohl auch schaffen. Dass manche den Namen trotzdem falsch aussprechen, obwohl es buchstäblich ihr Job ist, die Namen wichtiger Politiker*innen zu kennen, deutet stark darauf hin, dass nicht etwa Unvermögen oder Unwissenheit dahinter stecken, sondern Rassismus.

Tucker Carlson sprach den Vornamen der Schwarzen Amerikanerin mit indischen Wurzeln am Dienstag in seiner Show falsch aus. Als ihn sein Gast Richard Goodstein, ein demokratischer Berater, höflich darauf hinwies, meinte Carlson schnippisch: „So what?“. Goodstein reagierte darauf, indem er sagte: „Aus Respekt für eine Person, die auf der nationalen Wahlliste stehen wird, ist es das absolute Minimum, ihren Namen richtig auszusprechen“.

„Ich respektiere sie also nicht, weil ich unbeabsichtigt ihren Namen falsch ausgesprochen habe?“, entgegnete Carlson lachend. „Und schon geht’s los! Man darf ‘kuh-mah-lah Harris‘ oder ‘camel-la Harris‘ oder was auch immer also nicht kritisieren… Ich liebe die Vorstellung, dass sie vor Kritik geschützt ist.“

Nachdem ihn Goodstein korrigiert hatte, sprach Carlson ihren Namen noch drei Mal mit Absicht falsch aus.

Tucker Carlson loses it when a guest corrects his pronunciation of Kamala Harris’s name

— nikki mccann ramírez (@NikkiMcR) August 12, 2020

„Die Namen von Menschen richtig auszusprechen, ist Teil des Broadcastings. Du bist ein professioneller Sprecher“, tweetete Podcast-Host Touré. „Du hast nicht das Recht, zu sagen, es wäre zu schwer, Kamala richtig auszusprechen (aber Klobuchar ist einfach). Damit zeigst du deutlich, dass du sie nicht respektierst.“

Viele Politikerinnen of Color erfuhren in der Vergangenheit Respektlosigkeit, der sich unter anderem in der falschen Aussprache ihrer Namen zeigte. So sagte die Kongressabgeordnete Rashida Tlaib beispielsweise: „Die Menschen können meinen Namen immer noch nicht aussprechen, aber sie erinnern sich an die Dinge, die ich für sie tue“. Und die US-amerikanische Aktivistin und Politikerin Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez stellte Fox News zur Rede, “Ocasio” einfach weggelassen zu haben.

Die Menschen haben gelernt, “Kavanaugh” und “Buttigieg” richtig auszusprechen. Aber bei nicht-weißen Personen – aus der Politik oder aus anderen Bereichen – sieht die Sache anders aus. Wie der US-amerikanische Stand-up-Comedian Hasan Minhaj zu Ellen DeGeneres sagte, fällt es den Menschen anscheinend einfacher, Namen wie Timothée Chalamet zu sagen als seinen. Genau wie bei Hasan spielt das Thema Aussprache auch bei der US-amerikanischen Schauspielerin Uzoamaka „Uzo“ Aduba immer wieder eine Rolle. Ihre Mutter erklärte ihr: „Wenn sie lernen können, Tschaikowski und Michelangelo und Dostojewski zu sagen, dann können sie auch lernen, Uzoamaka zu sagen“.

Untersuchungen zeigen immer und immer wieder, viele Menschen stellen sich automatisch weiße Personen vor, wenn sie an Personen in Führungspositionen denken. Das liegt daran, dass das in der Vergangenheit größtenteils auch der Fall war. Doch es scheint, als wären wir zumindest auf dem (noch sehr weiten Weg) in die richtige Richtung.

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If I Could Change Master P From I’m Bout It Soundtrack

I’m Bout It Soundtrack was one of the best albums from No Limit Records. The soundtrack went on to sell almost 4 million copies worldwide. I’m Bout It produced several hits like How Ya Do Dat, Pushin’ Inside You and Ride 4U. One of the bigger hits from the soundtrack was a track by Master P and Steady Mobb’n. If I Could Change is the track and the featured Throwback Thursday joint. If I Could Change was a dope track and one of my favorite featuring Master P. The track set the tone for the debut album from Steady Mobb’n called Premeditated Drama. Steady Mobb’n was a solid duo for No Limit Records as they released two really good albums. We all know what’s up with Master P as the finale of the No Limit Chronicles aired last night. Check out the track listing and stream links below.

  1. Intro
  2. Meal Ticket- Master P ft. UK & 8Ball & MJG
  3. Situation on Dirty- Brotha Lynch Hung
  4. What Cha Think- Mystikal
  5. Come On- E40 & B-Legit
  6. How Ya Do Dat- Young Bleed ft. Master P & C-Loc
  7. Don’t Mess Around- Fiend
  8. If I Could Change- Master P ft. Steady Mobb’n
  9. Faces of Death- E-A-Ski
  10. Down and Dirty- Silkk the Shocker, C-Murder & Mercedes
  11. Much Love- Mia X
  12. Pushin’ Inside You- Sons of Funk
  13. Before I Die- Mr. Serv-On
  14. For Realz- Kane & Abel
  15. Lock Down- Mac
  16. Heat- Skull Duggery
  17. Murder Murder- Ghetto Twins
  18. Ride 4U- Mr. Jinks
  19. That Thing Is On- Mo B. Dick
  20. Who’s Who- C-Loc & Mo B. Dick
  21. Cops Runnin’ After Ya- Prime Suspects
  22. Game Tight- JT the Bigga Figga & Fast One
  23. Why They Wanna See Me Dead- Gambino Family

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ethemadassassin – “Don’t Mix Ya Dishes” Prod. By Twelvebit (Video)

ethemadassassin is back with “Don’t Mix Ya Dishes,” the second single and video premiere off his upcoming release, “Bear Handz 4: Dark Side Of The Mountain.” The classic boom bap production provided by Swedish producer Twelvebit, is classic, piano driven street music reminiscent of the Golden Era, but with an updated feel. “Bear Handz 4” drops Sept. 3rd on all platforms.

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Glycerin ist der neue Star am Beauty-Himmel – aber warum eigentlich? Fest steht: Cremes können wahre Wunder bewirken. Ohne sie spannt die Haut oft und sieht müde, fahl und trocken aus. Um dem entgegenzuwirken, enthalten viele von ihnen Hyaluronsäure (um die Haut mit Feuchtigkeit zu versorgen), Vitamin C (um sie zum Strahlen zu bringen) und Inhaltsstoffe, die vor Stress, schädlichen Sonnenstrahlen und Umwelteinflüssen schützen sollen. Es gibt aber noch eine weitere Zutat, die dazu beitragen könnte, deine Haut gesünder und frischer aussehen zu lassen – und dabei handelt es sich um etwas, das bisher noch nicht so viel Aufmerksamkeit bekommen hat, wie die zuvor genannten Beauty-Buzzwords. Der Name des mutmaßlichen Wundermittels? Glycerin.

Was ist Glycerin & welche Vorteile hat es?

Okay, okay: “Glycerin“ klingt jetzt erst Mal nicht so sexy, besonders, wenn du es bisher nur als Inhaltsstoff von Hustenmedizin kanntest. Was es im Bereich der Hautpflege alles bewirken kann, klingt aber deutlich vielversprechender. „Glycerin ist eine farb- und geruchlose Flüssigkeit, die aus pflanzlichen Quellen gewonnen wird“, erklärt die Hautexpertin Dr. Jaskaren Midha. „Es ist ein Feuchthaltemittel, was bedeutet, dass es die Eigenschaft hat, Wasser zu binden.“ Oder anders gesagt: Es eignet sich super dazu, die Haut mit Feuchtigkeit zu versorgen und sie dadurch strahlender und gesünder aussehen zu lassen.

Laut der Hautärztin Dr. Mahsa Saleki absorbiert Glycerin nicht nur das Wasser und hält es in der Haut, es wirkt auch noch „leicht antimikrobiell und wird oft verwendet, um Hautverletzungen wie Verbrennungen und entzündliche Hauterkrankungen zu behandeln“. Es eignet sich also gut für Menschen, die zu Reizungen und Rötungen neigen. Aufgrund der beruhigenden, erneuernden und hydrierenden Eigenschaften ist es oft in Retinolcremes und -seren enthalten, die andernfalls zu roter, schuppiger Haut führen könnten.

Für welche Hauttypen eignet sich Glycerin?

„Von den hydrierenden Eigenschaften profitieren alle Hauttypen, aber besonders trockene, empfindliche Haut“, sagt Dr. Midha. „Wenn du regelmäßig eine Creme verwendest, die es enthält, wird sich deine Haut glatter, weicher und hydrierter anfühlen.“ Dr. Saleki meint, Glycerin ist auch für fettige Haut sehr gut. „Glycerin zieht das Wasser aus der Luft in deine Haut und versorgt sie so mit Feuchtigkeit, ohne sie noch fettiger zu machen. Das ist auch der Grund dafür, dass es in vielen öl-freien Feuchtigkeitscremes enthalten ist.“

Ansonsten findest du den Inhaltsstoff eventuell auch in einigen nicht-komedogenen Hautpflegeprodukten, welche die Poren nicht verstopfen, wodurch wiederum Unreinheiten und Pickel reduziert werden können.

Shoppingtipps: Die besten Hautpflegeprodukte mit Glycerin

Dr. Saleki empfiehlt das Cetaphil Sun Daylong SPF 50+ Sensitive Gel-Fluid für den täglichen Gebrauch. Es schützt dich vor UVA-Strahlen, die beispielsweise Fältchen und Pigmentierungen verursachen können, und UVB-Strahlen, die mit Sonnenbrand und Hautkrebs in Verbindung gebracht werden. Weil es keine Duftstoffe enthält, ist das Risiko von Hautreizungen gering. Außerdem ist Dr. Saleki ein Fan der Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Butter von The Body Shop, mit der du deine Haut reinigst, ohne sie dabei auszutrocknen, und vom Hypoallergenic Nourishing Moisturiser von Perricone MD, der trockener, spannender Haut einen strahlenden Boost verpasst.

Ein weiteres Produkt, das wir bei Refinery29 lieben, ist das Aesop Lucent Facial Concentrate, ein Serum, das auf einen Mix aus Glycerin, öl-reduzierendes Niacinamid und aufhellendes Vitamin C setzt. Wenn du fettige Haut hast oder zu Akne neigst, versuch’s mit dem 3in1 Aloe Vera Gesichtsgel von Garnier SkinActive, das neben Glycerin auch noch Salicylsäure und Aloe Vera enthält und deine Haut reinigt, beruhigt und mit Feuchtigkeit versorgt. Und wenn du auf der Suche nach einer sanften Retinolcreme bist, die gegen Fältchen und Hyperpigmentierung hilft, könnte Crystal Retinal 1 von Medik8 die richtige Wahl für dich sein.

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Cosm – “Open Your Eyes” Ft. El Ay (Video)

Rising UK based underground Hip Hop artist Cosm releases his new music video titled “Open Your Eyes” featuring El Ay and produced by g-man and Big O.  This track is off his latest LP “Iron Statue” available via Bandcamp and all major digital outlets.  Follow him on Instagram @cosmsuper.

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Strike Witches MAD Obsessed With Blueberries Thu, 13 Aug 2020 03:00:58 +0000 BlogLikes - Find Most Popular Blogs Music Parody Bizarre Anime NicoNico Douga Strike Witches Mad UnLearn The World – “Light Years” (Album Review)

UnLearn the World is an upcoming rapper from San Francisco, California. Since 2017, the young MC has been building up a name for himself with projects like 2017s “I Saint I Sinner I Self” and 2018s “Universes”. He has just released his brand new album titled “Light Years“. With everything stated, can this Bay Area mc create the classic he needs?

From the very beginning, “Let There Be Light” and “Everyday Struggle/Murder Proof”, introduces listeners to the type of MC World is. With intuitive flows, thought out lyricism, and a hungry delivery, it’s clear his goal was to grab the listener’s attention. “Thief In the Night” shows his ability to make hits while “Sun Don’t Chill” and “Ya Favorite Rapper’s a liar” displays his laid back and passive side. “MoonLit” and “Fun’s Over” are hard-hitting cuts that feel like modern boom-bap tracks. Stakes rise on the second half of the album as we see UnLearn pour his heart out on “Bitter Sweet” and “Dark Side”. No cuts embody these ideas more than “Work Smarter Not Harder” and “Still Learnin”. Overall, the heights on this album are phenomenal as we see a skilled mc spew his emotions out.

Sonically, there is a thought out and diverse soundtrack for UnLearn the World to rap over. From the gloomy “Let There Be Light” to the hard-hitting “Free 2 B Free”, there is something for all hip hop fans to enjoy. The blues-influenced “Bitter Sweet” paints a depressing picture for UnLearn to map his life over. Even the bangers like “I Don’t Get Mad” and “Third Eye” were crafted perfectly down to each note. “Fun’s Over” was a standout as it remixes the classic Raekwon track “Ice Cream”. I can rave about how great each instrumental is all day, but some are so mind-boggling that you truly need to hear it with your own ears to fully admire the exceptional art that has been mastered behind the boards.

In conclusion, “Light Years” is the realistic telling of a man who is merely trying to make a difference with his music. Fortunately, UnLearn The World is able to accomplish this goal as his personal and technically proficient songwriting is compelling to hip hop fans new and old. When it comes to rising artists, not many have made records better than this! If you want to stay posted on what this UnLearn The World does next, be sure to follow @unlearntheworld on Instagram!

Rating: 9/10

Highlights: Lyricism, Relatability, Vulnerability

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Sg603 – “Glitching The Matrix” (Album Review)  

Sg603 is a rising hip hop trio from New Hampshire. The group has been consistently releasing singles like “Hollow Earth” and “Time” for over a year at this point. With their newly found core following, they have captivated on their success by putting out their debut album “Glitching the Matrix“. Will the collective be able to make an experimental masterpiece, or will they be the next group of fake edgy musicians?

From the self-titled intro, we see the undeniable chemistry which the three artists contain between one another. “F**k a Pill” unravels some of their beliefs as we learn the trio is against the glorification of drugs. “Psilocybin” and “Psychedelic Party” continues the dark dive into their lives. “Push It” does a fantastic job at shocking the listener with its gruesome bars and intense subject matter. The album starts to truly feel multi-dimensional on “Chakra Protection”, which feels like the trios best attempt to enter what they believe is “the simulation”. Building upon these ideas, “Time” and “Nightmare” scare the listener into questioning their every move. Settling down “Conscious Breathing” is a solid outro as it eases the tensions which have been building up for nearly half an hour at this point. Overall, the concept of being inside of some sort of greater power was interesting, and the grimy delivery of each artist gives Sg603 and unmatched feel.

Sonically, the unconventional and spine chilling production of the record matches its hard to grasp ideas. Cuts like “Glitching the Matrix” and “Psilocybin” will throw listeners around due to their intensity. “Push It” was a standout as its hard bass makes it stick out from the rest of the album. “Chakra Protection” had my favorite instrumental as it feels like a sci-fi horror thriller. My only gripe behind the boards is that some moments mesh together due to their similar sounds. While staying under the branch of abstract and dark hip hop, “Glitching The Matrix” does a formidable job within its boundaries.

In conclusion, “Glitching The Matrix” is a solid debut from what could end up being the next leaders of experimental hip hop. The hardcore edge that the record contains made me feel like I was listening to a low-budget Death Grips album. Building upon this release, I hope the group can improve as lyricists and sharpen up their production a teeny bit. If you’re like me and want to see if Sg603 will be hip hops next sensation, follow @sg603music on Instagram!

Rating: 7/10

Highlights: Concept, Production, Atmosphere

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Reggie Rare – “If The Moon Could Talk” (Album Review)

Reggie Rare is an upcoming rapper from Palmdale, California. Since 2019, the aspiring MC has been working nonstop as he’s put out four projects in the past year and a half. He has just released his newest album titled “If The Moon Could Talk“. Will Reggie prove that he can release quality in his quantity, or will he become the next mediocre artist handing out mixtapes for free?

Reggie Rare’s talent is undoubtedly evident on this record. Starting with the self-titled track, “If the Moon Can Talk”, listeners are front and center to here Reggie’s passive-aggressive flow and thought-provoking bars. Cuts like “Wish A N***a Would” display Rare’s ability to rap in an array of pockets. “Just Mite (Freestyle)” is something many artists are missing from their projects, and that’s a menacing freestyle that shows your raw ability! On the records final leg, “4th Quarter” and “Undftd” turns up the heat as we here Reggie Rare rant about his struggles while the entire world is on his shoulders. “F**k on This” is the epic finale that ties everything we have witnessed in Reggie’s entire career. All in all, between his solid lyrical ability, intense subject matter, and versatile delivery, Reggie Rare has all of the vitals to be a prominent MC in this rap game.

Sonically, the production on “If The Moon Could Talk” is mellow and gloomy, which formidably accomplices Reggie’s style. From “Intro”, the soft blues instrumental playing in the background gives listeners an unsettling feeling from the getgo. That same beat builds up and eases into the next self-titled track. Giving the project a feel of sonic unity and interconnectedness was smart as most of it feels well planned out. “Wish A N***a Would” shows Rare’s ability to rap over softer instrumentals while “4th Quarter” displays his grittier side. While all of the beats are pretty solid, my only complaint is that each song’s drums are very repetitive and boring. If they had more creativity, they would blend with the intuitive core way more naturally. Behind the boards, there is a solid soundtrack to back up Reggie Rare’s bars.

In conclusion, “If The Moon Can Talk” is another solid addition to the ever-growing catalog of Reggie Rare. While there is a display of high talent and potential, I wish Rare put his effort into something much larger than an eighteen-minute project. I firmly believe he needs a full-length album to flesh himself out and make an artistic statement. Going forward, I’m super excited to see where Reggie Rare takes his career and if you are too be sure to follow @reggie.rare on Instagram!

Rating: 6/10

Highlights: Flow, Lyricism, Cohesiveness

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