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Currensy & Statik Selektah Reveal ‘Gran Turismo’ Features Wiz Khalifa, Jadakiss & Jim Jones

Last week, Curren$y and Statik Selektah announced plans to release a joint project entitled Gran Turismo on May 17th. With two days to go until it arrives, the pair unveiled the track list for their collaborative album. Coming in at ten tracks, the project will feature guest appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Jadakiss, Jim Jones, YBN Cordae, Termanology, and Haile Supreme. Dropping via Jet Life/Showoff Records/ EMPIRE, see the track titles and features below. Continue after the jump…. ...
Tags: Jazz, Gran Turismo, Mixtapes, Curren, Jim Jones, Statik Selektah, Currensy, Wiz Khalifa Jadakiss, Statik Selektah Reveal ` Gran Turismo, Wiz Khalifa Jadakiss Jim Jones


Jay-Z Reopens Webster Hall With Surprise Guests Nas & Cam’Ron And A New Freestyle Referencing Nipsey Hussle

The iconic New York City venue Webster Hall reopened its doors after nearly two years of renovations last night, and an iconic New York City artist helped to kick the party off. JAY-Z performed B-Sides 2, a sequel to his Tidal-sponsored 2015 B-Sides concert at New York's Terminal 5, and he … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Nas, Jay-z, Nipsey Hussle, Jim Jones, Cam'Ron


New Music: Jim Jones Feat. Cam’ron “Mama I Made It”

Jim Jones and long-time collaborators The Heatmakerz are teaming up on the project El Capo, set to drop on May 31. The joint album features appearances by Rick Ross, Wiz Khalifa, Fabolous, Curren$y and more. On Jimmy’s latest release “Mama I Made It,” Capo brings in his Dipset brethren Cam’ron who drops a guest verse and handles hook duties. Listen below. Continue after the jump…. New Music: Jim Jones Feat. Cam’ron – “Mama I Made It” Previously: Jim Jones Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Currensy – ...
Tags: Jazz, New Music, Jim Jones, Jimmy, Cam ron, Capo, Mama I Made It, Jim Jones Feat Cam, El Capo, Rick Ross Wiz Khalifa Fabolous Curren, Jim Jones Feat Wiz Khalifa Currensy


New Music: Jim Jones Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Currensy “4/20”

The smokers holiday, 4/20, has arrived. As expected, many Hip-Hop artists chooses the day to drop new projects and music for their fans. Dipset’s Jim Jones joins in on the fun, returning with a new record featuring fellow marijuana ambassadors Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y. Produced by The Heatmakerz, listen to “4/20” below. Continue after the jump…. Previously: Jim Jones – Wasted Talent (Album Stream)
Tags: Jazz, Wiz Khalifa, New Music, Dipset, Curren, Jim Jones, Currensy, Jim Jones Feat Wiz Khalifa


Hospitality and the body

by Charles LaFond   We, each of us, have a human body.  We can all agree to begin there. It may be young or old, sick or well, strong or weak, beautiful or marred by life’s accidents – but we all have one. Perhaps that is why God chose to arrive with one, walk around in one, allow one to be yelled at and beaten up by Rome and religious leaders paid by Rome, killed, buried etc.   In our scriptures Jesus makes a lot about the body.  He allows his own to be touched sensually by women oiling and mas...
Tags: Religion, Rome, Jesus, John, New Mexico, Herod, Mary, Joseph, Jim Jones, Pontius Pilate, The Magazine, Charles LaFond, Mary John, Featured Story, Nefesh, White Lagoon Crystalline


What’s to like about our click-crazy culture?

If you’re reading this column on Facebook, please click “like” and don’t forget to “share” my column with all your “friends,” both real and digital. Or if you have Twitter, give it that little heart-shaped thingy. I’m not sure what you’re supposed to do on Instagram, because I don’t use Instagram, but please do it anyway. “Likes” and “hearts” are very, very important. Or so I’m told. I’m also told I don’t have enough “followers.” There are people whose job it is to look at digital data, crunch t...
Tags: Facebook, California, Opinion, La, Sport, Fox, Soccer, Jesus, Nielsen, Neil Armstrong, Doug Mcintyre, Jim Jones, Benjamin Disraeli, Opinion columns


Watch The Diplomats ‘Diplomatic Ties’ Documentary

Late last year, The Diplomats released their first album in 14 years Diplomatic Ties. Teased during the lead-up for the project, the Harlem collective finally debut their documentary of the same name. Available exclusively on TIDAL, the 17-minute piece stars the quarter of Cam’ron, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana and Freekey Zekey, where they discuss their rise to fame, early beginnings in Harlem, being trendsetters and their impact in Hip-Hop culture, and they take viewers through the preparation a...
Tags: Documentaries, Jazz, Juelz Santana, Harlem, Jim Jones, Cam'Ron, The Diplomats, Freekey Zekey, Cam ron Jim Jones Juelz Santana


Jim Jones & The Heatmakerz – “Cristal Occasions” (Video)

Off their upcoming joint album, El Capo.
Tags: Videos, Jazz, Jim Jones, The Heatmakerz


New Video: Jim Jones & The Heatmakerz “Cristal Occasions”

Jim Jones debuts a new video for his The Heatmakerz collaboration “Cristal Occasions.” The Harlem capo filmed the visuals at this year’s Roc Nation Brunch. Jimmy and the producers are also working on a full length project. continue after the jump…
Tags: Video, Uncategorized, Jazz, Harlem, Jim Jones, Jimmy, Heatmakerz, Cristal Occasions


This bud’s for you: Amyris’s $255M cannabinoids project is dope

In California, we reported that Amyris signed a binding term sheet for a planned cannabinoid development, licensing and commercialization partnership valued at up to $255M (not including royalties once the products are commercialized) with a confidential partner. No, Amyris is not exactly transforming into an Industrial Budtender. Let’s look at this announce in depth. The Amyris deal in detail The $255 million in payments include an upfront payment and the remainder are linked to milestones t...
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Acid Testing the Revival of Psychic TV and Thee Temple ov Psychick Youth

None Over the past ten years, an arcane impulse has slowly re-emerged in underground music. Formerly content to survive on the fringes of various dark subcultures (and mostly in the basements of self-anointed purists), the occult and its signifiers—spanning design, text, and sonic elements—are now crawling out of the depths of the musical imagination, and reclaiming territory once ceded. This stygian urge, both ideological and artistic, is subtler than just love of the abject, and more purposef...
Tags: Feature, Music, UK, London, Australia, Video Art, America, San Francisco, Experimental, Chicago, Britain, Brooklyn, Miles Davis, Charles Manson, North America, Wikimedia


‘New Year, New You’ Review: Sophia Takal Takes on Internet Celebrity Culture for Hulu’s ‘Into the Dark’

Blumhouse’s 2019 starts by taking one companywide step forward with their latest Into The Dark chapter. After critical reports identified a striking gender differential between The House Of Toby’s horror director hires, after Jason Blum’s interesting-at-best response, Sophia Takal becomes the brand’s first female filmmaker (*on a horror title*) with New Year, New You. In this entry: Instagram celebrity culture roasted on a spit and stuffed with false personality rage that mocks the charades so...
Tags: Google, Movies, Features, Movie Reviews, Silicon Valley, Hulu, Jason Blum, New Year New You, Jim Jones, Danielle, Alexis, Chloe, Blumhouse, Kayla, Chaikin, Sophia Takal


Amateur radio in the news: Jonestown radio network, Girl Guides get training

The Jonestown Radio Network: How Jim Jones Spread His Message Of Death. This article was fascinating to me. I wasn’t aware that Jim Jones’ cult used amateur radio. It says: Shortwave radio linked Jonestown to the rest of the world. During the 1970s, ham radios had become increasingly common, and Jonestown residents used the shortwave radio to communicate with their acolytes worldwide. Ham radio operators in Jonestown sent “QSL cards” to people they had communicated with, a common practice at ...
Tags: Kids, People, Radio, Ham, Santa Clara, Bay Area, Jim Jones, Jonestown, Ham Radio, Emergency Communications / Public Service, Girl Guides, Jonestown Radio Network, Kingstown Guide Company St Joseph, Rainbow Radio League RRL, Donald De Riggs, Oneka Morgan


Jim Jones Fast Facts

Read CNN's Jim Jones Fast Facts and learn more about the former National Security Adviser under President Barack Obama.
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The Two Competing Dipset Reunions

In the past few days, an image has been showing up on my Twitter feed again and again: a poster of Roc Weekend 2004. The poster shows the entire roster of Roc-A-Fella records, just before Roc-A-Fella Records shattered into a million pieces. And that roster is a head-spinning thing. This was that Icarus … More »
Tags: Music, Tobacco, Juelz Santana, Meek Mill, Status Ain't Hood, Dipset, Benny, Aesop Rock, Jim Jones, Cam'Ron, Black Thought, Roc A Fella Records, Mozzy, Derez De'Shon, Freekey Zekey, Hell Rell


Harvey Milk’s message resonates, 40 years later

I was new to San Francisco in November 1978, having arrived the year before as a 25-year-old rabbinical school dropout from New York City. That month in my new hometown was momentous, glorious, dark, violent and history-changing. On Nov. 7, 1978, against all odds and thanks in large part to San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk’s remarkable leadership, California voters defeated Proposition 6. State Sen. John Briggs, an Orange County Republican with aspirations for statewide office, foisted that ...
Tags: California, Opinion, Senate, New York City, Sacramento, San Francisco, Sport, Soccer, Lgbtq, Orange County, Donald Trump, White, Jones, Dan White, Harvey Milk, Legislature


Stream Dipset’s First New Album In 14 Years, Diplomatic Ties

Cult '00s Harlem rap crew the Diplomats announced Diplomatic Ties, their first new album in 14 years, last month, and now it’s here. More »
Tags: Music, Juelz Santana, Album Stream, Dipset, Jim Jones, Cam'Ron, The Diplomats, Freaky Zekey


Jim Jones and the Peoples Temple released a pre-Jonestown gospel album

On November 18, 1978, more than nine hundred members of the Peoples Temple, under the guidance of cult leader Rev. Jim Jones, killed themselves or were murdered in the jungles of Guyana. Five years before the mass suicide-murder though, Jones was a pillar of the San Francisco community, hobnobbing with government officials and other big-shots while leading his adoring congregation in religious, social, and political activism. It was during those sunny days that Jones and the Peoples Temple rele...
Tags: Post, Music, News, San Francisco, Rolling Stone, Wood, Guyana, Jones, Cults, Gospel, Jim, Jim Jones, Loretta, David Chiu, Jonestown, Peoples Temple


Dipset – “On God” (Feat. Belly)

Harlem rap greats Dipset -- Cam'ron, Jim Jones, Juelz Santana, and Freekey Zekey -- are back together and getting ready to release their first group album in 14 years this week. They've been on a turbulent ride since releasing Diplomatic Immunity 2 in 2014, but it's still fun to hear the back together, … More »
Tags: Music, Juelz Santana, Harlem, Belly, Dipset, Jim Jones, Cam'Ron, Murda Beatz, Freekey Zekey, Dipset Cam ron Jim Jones Juelz Santana


Jonestown massacre: 40 years later

“Drinking the Kool-Aid” is a phrase bandied about regularly in corporate life, especially when someone wants to take a dig at people with a cult-like belief in a business philosophy or those fanatically chasing an idea that will end badly. November 18 marked the 40th anniversary of the mass murder-suicide of more than 900 people, most of them Americans who were members of a California-based cult called the Peoples Temple of the Disciples of Christ, run by the reverend Jim Jones. It became know...
Tags: News, California, Christ, Jim Jones, Jonestown


The C-word: what are we saying when we talk about cults?

All kinds of violent deeds have been perpetrated in the name of religion, from wars to witch-burnings to child sex abuse cover-ups. Why don’t we use the word cult more widely?Cults are hot right now, or so it would seem. One of the bestselling literary debuts of recent years, Emma Cline’s The Girls, tells of a teenage girl’s flirtation with a Manson-like cult in the summer of 1969. American Horror Story’s seventh season, subtitled Cult, delivers a political horror story that references the Manso...
Tags: Religion, World news, Netflix, Culture, American Horror Story, Trump, Jim Jones, Manson, Jonestown, Emma Cline, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh


Jonestown memorials held at cemetery with remains of 400

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Ceremonies at a California cemetery marked the mass murders and suicides 40 years ago of 900 Americans orchestrated by the Rev. Jim Jones at a jungle settlement in Guyana, South America. The remains of more than 400 Jonestown victims are buried at Evergreen Cemetery in Oakland. Jones’ adopted son Jim Jones […]
Tags: News, California, Ap, Jim Jones, Oakland Calif, Guyana South America, Jonestown, Nation & World, Evergreen Cemetery, Rev Jim Jones, Oakland Jones


The IM Saturday Monks Brunch: November 17, 2018

Flowering Kale on an Icy Day (Nov 2018) The IM Saturday Monks Brunch: November 17, 2018 We’re less than a week from Thanksgiving and soon we’ll be moving into the Advent season. Here in central Indiana we had our first ice and snow event this past week (see the picture above), which was relatively minor and its effects soon melted away. We’ve had the fireplace going to keep off the chill. Things just keep getting browner and grayer around here, but at least we have good things to look forward t...
Tags: Europe, New York, California, Religion, Indiana, Indianapolis, Bbc, United States, Manhattan, Danny Boyle, Norway, Stan Lee, Guyana, Jones, Jim Jones, Rawlings


The U.S. Military Had to Clean Up After the Jonestown Massacre 40 Years Ago. What the Crew Found Was 'Beyond Imagination'

On Nov. 18, 1978, followers of Pentecostal leader Jim Jones drank cyanide-laced punch. The U.S. military was left to deal with the aftermath
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Dipset – “Sauce Boyz”

Global diplomacy may be dying, but the Diplomats are still very much alive. Dipset, the Cam'ron-led Harlem-led rap crew that captured our collective imagination in the early '00s, splintered apart around the end of the decade. But in 2014, they patched things up and announced their reunion. Since then, they've been playing shows … More »
Tags: Music, Juelz Santana, Harlem, Dipset, Jim Jones, Cam'Ron, Freaky Zekey


Damien Venuto: TVNZ v Netflix - does the local player have any hope?

COMMENT: Through the 1960s and 70s, cult leader Jim Jones whispered into the ears of his followers, convincing them the world was going to end and ultimately leading them to willingly drink cyanide. Most of what he said was, of... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Netflix, Jim Jones, TVNZ, Damien Venuto