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Clip Leaks Of Master P, Romeo Beefing With ‘Growing Up Hip Hop’ Producers

Source: Phillip Faraone / Getty Fans of Growing Up Hip Hop may have noticed that Romeo departed the show near the top of the year, with him and his father Master P stating that the show forced storylines that made participants look bad. In a recently unveiled clip from TMZ, the moment that inspired Romeo to split from the show was revealed and it involved Angela Simmons as well. TMZ exclusively obtained a copy of the clip with Master P and Romeo getting into it with producers of the popular unscripted series. According to the footage, P felt that the producers tried to twist the storyline for sensationalism and create a storyline between him and Simmons but the No Limit boss pushed back. TMZ reports: TMZ’s obtained video of Master P going at with producers during a ‘GUHH’ shoot in NYC back...

Dessy ft. Zlatan – E No Possible (Remix) (Prod. by DJ Coublon)

Download Dessy ft. Zlatan – E No Possible (Remix) new song! Directly in the wake of releasing his EP “USG” (Underground Spiritual Game) that highlighted Olamide, American based Nigerian singer, Adesola Aladeyemi prominently known as Dessy is back with the remix to his hit melody tagged “E No Possible”. The remix as an unadulterated Afrobeat vibe like that recent music legend Fela Kuti and this time Dessy highlights the rave existing apart from everything else Zlatan on it to flavor things up with his road languages. The melody was created by DJ Coublon. Listen & download E No Possible (Remix) by Dessy ft. Zlatan below. https://www.naijamusic.com.ng/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Dessy_ft_Zlatan_-_E_No_Possible_Remix__NaijaMusic.com.ng.mp3 DOWNLOAD Dessy ft. Zlatan – E No Possible (Remix) S...

Watch Zeds Dead Drop Huge Unreleased NGHTMRE Collab at EDC Virtual Rave-A-Thon

With its colossal lineup and astonishing live production, last weekend’s EDC Las Vegas Virtual Rave-A-Thon set the stage for all digital music festivals hereon out. With such an expansive lineup, the event was bound to be permeated with never-before-heard IDs. During a time when people are listening to more music than ever, and more frequently, the Rave-A-Thon represented an ideal opportunity for artists to test out new music. As a result, the livestream offered a myriad of unreleased music over the course of the 3-day event, but the below track from NGHTMRE and Zeds Dead is a bona fide standout. The two trap and dubstep heavyweights opted to go the future bass route in what seems like a follow-up to their fan favorite 2016 collaboration “Frontlines (feat. GG Magree),̶...

SVDDEN DEATH Spills On His Infernal Alter Ego and First-Ever VOYD Music Video [INTERVIEW]

After his mind-blowing and malevolent VOYD-branded performance at the EDC Las Vegas Virtual Rave-A-Thon last night, SVDDEN DEATH has officially released the fan-favorite ID “Confusion Spell” along with an accompanying music video. The twisted horror flick marks the first-ever music video dedicated to his VOYD alias. Prior to his latest release, we were fortunate enough to speak with the man behind the mask, and learn more about the new video and what’s next from his soul-weaving alter ego. The tale of unholy corruption was filmed in the woods near Seattle, Washington by filmmakers Schaffer Brady and Holly Singh (aka Zeuzse). With the title “Confusion Spell” alongside footage of witchcraft and sword fighting, his emphasis on fantasy elements in b...

Lzzy Hale: “Most of the Bands You Know and Love Won’t Make It Out of This” Pandemic

Lzzy Hale has painted a bleak present and future for music acts in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, remarking that “most of the bands you know and love won’t make it out of this.” The Halestorm singer-guitarist made the comments on Instagram while also warning her supporters that states are reopening prematurely. Even though Halestorm have a strong following and several rock hits to their name, the financial and emotional hit of the pandemic is taking its toll on the band and its crew — as it is for most touring artists. In her Instagram note, Hale pointed out the “audacity of some people to assume that just because I’m someone of note, that I am not suffering because of all this.” As a majority of the United States starts to reopen in varying phases, Lzzy proclaims, “Without a vaccine,...

Joaquin Phoenix and Rooney Mara Expecting Their First Child Together

Joaquin Phoenix may have enjoyed a successful awards season behind Joker, but an even bigger bundle of joy is on the way this summer: he and Rooney Mara are reportedly expecting their first child together. The news comes via Page Six, whose source says Mara may be “as far as six months along in her pregnancy”; that would place a due date sometime in August. The very private celebrity couple have been quarantining together at their home in Los Angeles the last few months. Phoenix, 45, and Mara, 35, first met while on the set of the 2013 Spike Jonze hit Her. However, they didn’t make their public debut until the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. The pair reunited on screen for Mary Magdalene the following year, and then later celebrated their engagement in July 2019. Editors’ Picks ...

Fantastic Negrito Announces New Album, Rips Through “Chocolate Samurai” on Colbert: Watch

Fantastic Negrito has announced his new album Have You Lost Your Mind Yet? The follow-up to the Grammy-winning Please Don’t Be Dead arrives August 14th, and to promote it, the blues rocker ripped through a fiery performance of the lead single “Chocolate Samurai” on Colbert. Xavier Dphrepaulezz began his Late Show set alone, holding two kinds of tape — measuring and duct —  and marking out six feet of distance for his band. For the concert, he wore a fuzzy bucket hat and what looked like a military uniform made out of the Bible’s coat of many colors. Fantastic Negrito has a powerful voice with an inimitable grind; he approaches the notes with the unstoppable force of a locomotive barreling down the tracks. Throughout “Chocolate Samurai” he strutted and danced, refus...

Win the 35th Anniversary Reissue of Whitney Houston’s Self-Titled Debut

It’s fitting that this is the year Whitney Houston will finally be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. It is, after all, the 35th anniversary of her self-titled debut, and the whole industry seems to be celebrating. A Whitney hologram tour launched back in February, the same month Vinyl Me, Please released a special vinyl reissue of Whitney Houston. Now, Consequence of Sound is getting in waxing nostalgic by making the album the focus of our new season of The Opus podcast. The Opus: Whitney Houston launches later this month, but rather than saving all our love for the iconic record until then, we’re starting the party early. We’re giving away one (1) copy of Vinyl Me, Please’s 35th anniversary Whitney Houston box set. Coming in conjunction with Legacy Recordings,...

Pasuma: Young artistes prefer Hip-Hop to Fuji

Popular fuji singer, Wasiu Alabi, aka Pasuma, has disclosed that the current crop of young Yoruba artistes in the country prefer the hip-hop genre over fuji, which he said has been relegated to the background. He stated this in an Instagram live chat with Yoruba actor and husband to Toyin Abraham, Kolawole Ajeyemi. Pasuma said: “It is sad that budding fuji artistes now prefer to sing hip-hop. After Shanko Rasheed and his set, we are yet to find other young artistes doing fuji music. Even Destiny Boy that was meant to do fuji has decided to focus on hip-hop.” The “Oganla 1” also disclosed that there are plans to save and help the fuji music industry to grow better. He said: “After this COVID-19 pandemic, we have plans to organise a competition for talented fuji artistes. We keep seeing the ...

Matt Cameron and Taylor Momsen Cover Soundgarden’s ‘Halfway There’

Chris Cornell died three years ago today in Detroit while Soundgarden was on tour. In his memory, Soundgarden (and Pearl Jam) drummer Matt Cameron teamed up with former Soundgarden opener Taylor Momsen (also from Gossip Girl) of the Pretty Reckless to take on the band’s “Halfway There.” The Pretty Reckless were also the opener for the band on that night in Detroit. Momsen also appeared with the three surviving members of the band at last year’s I Am the Highway show that is now the source of a countersuit between them and Chris Cornell’s widow Vicky. The song hails from the band’s 2012 comeback album King Animal. That was the band’s first album of originals since 1996’s Down on the Upside.  For this version, shot in quarantine, of course, Cameron was on guitar...

Dave Grohl on Transitioning From Touring Rock Star to Chili-Cooking Family Man

Celebrate their 25th anniversary this year, the Foo Fighters had so much planned to celebrate the achievement. But then the novel coronavirus hit. Now, the tour has been postponed, and the band is doing what they can to keep in touch with their fans like sharing vintage live footage. Dave Grohl recently spoke with Entertainment Weekly about how the global pandemic changed his role from touring musician to stay-at-home-dad. “Right now I’m in such a daddy-domestic headspace that even just calling to do an interview is strange, because what is there to talk about really?” he told Entertainment Weekly. “But we do have this arsenal of material ready to fuckin’ dam-burst all over the world, and it’s just a matter of figuring out when the world is ready because I think that’s a little more import...

#AfterTheLastDance: The Fumble Recaps The “Food Poisoning” Game, Dennis Rodman Wrestling & More

Source: JEFF HAYNES / Getty All good things must come to an end, unfortunately, and that’s the case with the ESPN’s 10-part Michael Jordan series, The Last Dance. The Fumble is back with their after show, #AfterTheLastDance, to recap the final two episodes. Chris Clarke (@CK2K) and Jackie Rae (@JRaeTheFanatic) of The Fumble are back to discuss the final two episodes of the exceptional Michael Jordan ESPN doc The Last Dance. Episode 9’s action picks up with The Bulls toughest test in the playoffs, the Reggie Miller lead Indiana Pacers coached by Larry Bird before heading to the finals to take on the Utah Jazz. The episode also touched on Steve Kerr and how he also tragically lost his father in which could have been an opportunity both he and Michael could have bonded on. The highlight ...