It seems that there are too many rappers these days who are, in the words of James Brown, talking loud but saying nothing. Trek Life is very much the essence of being a rapper, and by being good at what he does as a speaker of the words he writes, he is also the essence [...]
On Friday, when Will and Jaden Smith said they never worked together in music, BBC late-night host Graham Norton sought to change that as he handed over two mics. Turns out, he got more than he bargained: Jaden’s new single “Hello,” Will’s 2005 hit single “Switch” and the Fresh Prince of Bel Air theme song,... More »
A 25-year-old Georgia woman is facing multiple charges after she ran over her four-year-old son during an alleged shoplifting trip gone awry. Police say on Thursday night Arkebia Albury and [...]
Despite releasing a couple of albums, Anita Cochran's lone hit was "What If I Said," a strong duet with Country star Steve Wariner. Read on here to find out all the details of their collaboration and where Anita is now, 15 years after the single ran all the way to #1 on the Country Radio charts.
Shopping From: London, United Kingdom With it's foregrounded bass line, jagged, staccato guitar riff, and yelping vocals You Are A Sort (Don't Call Me) from London post punk trio Shopping sounds like the Gang Of Four stirring it up with the Au Pairs and the Slits. That my friends is what you call a dream team. Go Try Go Visit Shopping : Facebook
ScHoolBoy Q’s the nocturnal type. When the night falls, the TDE member promises both good and bad will occur on the DJ Dahi-produced track “Hell Of A Night,” which falls [...]
Sigur Rós have a new album out soon via XL, Kveikur, out internationally on June 17 and in the US June 18. Last night the band stopped by The Tonight Show with Jay Leno to play the album’s title track. Check it out below.
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Song: Chilly Gonzales & Stars - Nothing Good Comes To Those Who Wait [download here] What's so good? Fresh off his amazing track on Daft Punk’s new album, Chilly Gonzales teams up with Stars as part of...Show More Summary
With Microsoft's unveiling of an all-encompassing Xbox One, Judd Apatow's crowdsourced Ambien adventures, Miguel "adorning" a fan with some face-to-crotch impact and a surprising attempt at Yahoo to grasp at relevancy with their billion dollar Tumblr purchase, our twitterfeeds were filled with fantastic quips from across the world.
To celebrate Daft Punk‘s new album Random Access Memories, Live with Kelly & Michael did their best impression of the iconic French duo, complete with their own helmets. Its hosts, Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan, traded looks of disbelief as they presented the new issue of Rolling Stone, featuring Daft Punk on the cover. Ripa... More »
With a new tragedy occurring every few weeks lately, Montgomery Gentry's Eddie Montgomery and Troy Gentry are stepping up to the plate to do their part to help give back to America's true heroes in a new campaign. Read on here to see all the details of this new campain for America's true heroes!
The Wall Street Journal readers caught country superstar Kenny Chesney on the cover of the May 24 edition's Arts & Entertainment Section, where the prestigious outlet named the singer as the "King of the Road." Read on here to learn more about the prestigious honor.
As a native of Oklahoma, Country Star Blake Shelton has certainly stepped up in support of his homestate. First pleading with viewers of his hit TV Show The Voice" to donate to disaster relief. Now, he's organized a televised Concert to be broadcast across NBC's networks and CMT. Read more details here!
"They don’t have the legal right to call themselves STP because I’m still a member of the band."
Well it doesn’t get much better than this: Paul Westerberg writing about songwriting for the New York Times. We’ll shut up now. Allen Ginsberg said, “first thought, best thought.” This has helped innumerable times when my mind is spinning out of control with ideas. Read and comment. From thedailyswarm.com.
For kicks, BBC Radio 1?s Tim Westwood has revealed a 2005 Kanye West freestyle set to the Game‘s “Dreams,” Jay-Z‘s “Encore” and Common‘s “The Corner,” rap hits that West produced himself. West had just released his sophomore album Late Registration, but as his freestyle shows, he’s long known exactly what he wanted to achieve with... More »
An entire James Blake concert for your viewing/listening pleasure.
He goes by the name of JFKrateZ and by being located in the DMV (D.C./Maryland/Virginia), you can say he has a good sense of what people want to hear. However, as a rapper and producer, he also has the confidence to let people know what they should be listening to. Part of his production palette [...]
We’re often loathe to post content from the BuzzFeed farm, but we identified too closely with this one to ignore. Ha! Not really. We were rocking JNCOs and smoking grandma’s cigarettes behind the bleachers, natch. Our personal history...Show More Summary
For those looking for entertainment before Sunday’s return of shy, fumbling George Michael Bluth, easy laughs are a lot harder to come by in this dark comedy.