Jeezy has released new song, “Magic City Monday.” Named after the famous Atlanta strip club and presumably one of the good days of the week to visit, it’s fitting the rapper teamed up with fellow ATL stars 2 Chainz and Future for the D. Rich-produced track. Watch Jeezy Explore ‘Dangerous’ Home Turf in New Video On the song, Jeezy steps up first and reminds listeners that “hustlin’ is the game.” Then 2 Chainz takes the reins mid-song, where he pulls up to the club and he “got the money on the floor.” Future rounds out the set with his rapid-fire verse, where he’s living it up in foreign cars. Jeezy took to Instagram to tease the song a couple days prior, with a snap that had him and his friends making it rain, befitting the song’s theme. A photo posted by @jeezy on Jun 21, 2016 at 7:31am PDT Jeezy dropped his latest album, Church in these Streets, in November. Just before he unveiled his new LP, he released “Where I’m From.” Last fall, Jeezy also featured on 2 Chainz’s “BFF.” Related 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne Celebrate Excess in ‘Gotta Lotta’ Video Future Sued for $10 Million Over Broken Contract 2 Chainz, Jeezy Keep Friends Close, Money Closer in ‘BFF’
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Blink 182 ‘s latest song is short and sharp, a mix of pummeling guitars and anthemic shouting. “No Future” is from the band’s upcoming album California , their first album since 2011. Also the first with Tom Delonge replacement, Matt Skiba. Related: Blink-182 Celebrate Rebirth at Goofy L.A. Karaoke Bash Delonge stepped away from the group earlier in 2016, citing “artistic differences that are difficult to overcome” as one of the reasons for his exit. “We are at different places in our minds, careers and goals,” he added in a Facebook post .
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Sanctus Real this is one of the best album you made so far, I enjoyed every song of it. I’m not alright, it was a deep song reminded me of my days. it was a deep intense song. 购买论文 I enjoyed listening fly too, never give up on your marriage. nicely plotted song. “Eloquent” does great too, the rhythm, the tone, the vocals everything was well balanced.
There was a time when Leeland was widely hailed as the next big thing. They were one of my favorite bands, and it seemed like they were at the dawn of a long and successful stay in CCM. But as excitement for subsequent albums tapered off and the band went years without a new full-length album, it seemed like they might’ve missed their window. Until now. 5 years since their last album, Leeland is back and partnered with Bethel Music for Invisible. Bookended with “Bells of Notre Dame” intros and outros that set the worshipful tone, Invisible
Pastor William Murphy III leads Dream Center Church in Atlanta, Georgia, and he also serves as Tasha Cobb’s pastor and mentor. Even after the tragic family experience of losing his brother Devaughn to an illness, it seems that Pastor Murphy has just become even more intentional in building people up, be it through his church, social media or his music. His new album Demonstrate is proof of that resilience. Pastor Murphy describes “Lies” as a song that people can roll their car windows down and ride around in. It has that light summer, family reunion feeling. It
Pastor William Murphy III leads Dream Center Church in Atlanta, Georgia, and he also serves as Tasha Cobb's pastor and mentor. Even after the tragic family experience of losing his brother Devaughn to an illness, it seems that Pastor Murphy has just become even more intentional in building people up, be it through his church, social media or his music. His new album Demonstrate is proof of that resilience. Pastor Murphy describes “Lies” as a song that will cause people to roll down their car windows down and ride around in. It has that light summer, family
Adele plans to make 25 available for streaming via Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Prime and Tidal on Thursday at midnight, according to Billboard . When Adele released 25 seven months ago, the album could not be found on any of these popular platforms. Adele Says Streaming ‘A Bit Disposable’ “[Streaming[ probably is the future,” she acknowledged in a Rolling Stone interview , “But, eh . There are kids I know who are, like, nine who don’t even know what a fucking CD is! I’ve got my CDs out on display in my house just to prove a point. Maybe CDs will have a massive comeback like vinyl did. Actually I think cassettes, just to be a pain in the ass!” Spotify addressed Adele’s absence in a wistful statement . “We love and respect Adele,” the company said, “as do her 24 million fans on Spotify. We hope that she will give those fans the opportunity to enjoy 25 on Spotify alongside 19 and 21 very soon.” Despite making 25 harder to track down, the LP went on to set a number of commercial records. Adele sold 3.38 million copies of the album in the United States during its first week – the largest single-week sales mark since Nielsen Music began accurately tracking sales data in 1991.
Led Zeppelin have won a copyright lawsuit that claimed they had plagiarized the music to their most celebrated song, “Stairway to Heaven.” A Los Angeles jury determined Thursday that the lawyer representing the estate of late guitarist Randy Wolfe, who played with the group Spirit, did not prove that the hard rockers lifted the song’s intro from Spirit’s 1968 instrumental “Taurus.” Led Zeppelin ‘Stairway’ Trial: The 10 Weirdest Moments “We are grateful for the jury’s conscientious service and pleased that it has ruled in our favor, putting to rest questions about the origins of ‘Stairway to Heaven’ and confirming what we have known for 45 years,” members Jimmy Page and Robert Plant said in a statement. ” We appreciate our fans’ support and look forward to putting this legal matter behind us.” “At Warner Music Group, supporting our artists and protecting their creative freedom is paramount,” the band’s record label added in a statement. “We are pleased that the jury found in favor of Led Zeppelin, reaffirming the true origins of ‘Stairway to Heaven.’ Led Zeppelin is one of the greatest bands in history, and Jimmy Page and Robert Plant are peerless songwriters who created many of rock’s most influential and enduring songs.” The lawsuit stemmed from a 2014 filing alleging that because Led Zeppelin had appeared on the same bill as Spirit in the early stage of their career, they would have been aware of the song “Taurus” and would have subsequently copied it. The track – penned by Wolfe as Randy California – appeared on Spirit’s 1968 self-titled debut and contains two minutes and 38 seconds’ worth of cinematic, psych-folk mysticism. The track features an acoustic guitar line playing a pensive melody that transforms into a descending chromatic pattern. A lawyer representing California’s estate, now repped by British former music journalist Michael Skidmore, claimed that Led Zeppelin’s trippy, acoustic guitar intro to “Stairway” had borrowed heavily from “Taurus.” The trial quickly became a colorful, contentious battle between the two sides from the start. Attorney Francis Malofiy, who represented Skidmore, carried a briefcase that resembled a Fender amp and played fast and loose with courtroom protocol. He attempted to play videos that weren’t admitted into evidence (a possible basis for mistrial), conducted exasperating testimony that both the judge and defense found objection-worthy (the judge yelled “sustained” at one point before the defense could even object) and referred to Jimmy Page as the “alleged songwriter” of “Stairway.” “You’re wasting a lot of time,” the judge told Malofiy at a point where the lawyer was attempting to claim that the Mary Poppins song “Chim Chim Cheree” was a possible influence on Page . In his closing statement, Malofiy said that the case was about giving credit where it’s due, blasted Page and Plant’s “selective memory” during testimony and reminded the jury that he needed to prove his case by only “51 percent” in order to win.
During Dave Grohl ‘s acoustic set at Cannes Lions, the Foo Fighters frontman recalled a time when Taylor Swift saved him from embarrassment in front of Paul McCartney . The story led into Grohl performing the Foo Fighters hit “Best of You.” Taylor Swift: ‘I Have No Idea’ What’s Next As he playfully strummed on his guitar, Grohl prefaced the story by noting that he attended a party at McCartney’s house. The Beatle suddenly took to the piano at the event and decided to play a new song. “Just so you know, Paul McCartney is the baddest motherfucker in the world,” the rocker added. As McCartney wrapped the song, he invited Grohl to also perform but the drummer and guitarist doesn’t play the piano. He looked at the guitars, and since McCartney is left-handed, he couldn’t play any of the instruments at hand. “Also I maybe smoked a little pot,” he said with a giggle
Singer-songwriters John Prine and Sturgill Simpson recently shared the stage at an intimate event for a lucky few Grammy Museum guests. Part interview and part performance, video of the two country artists together was streamed live on Facebook in two parts. Country's 20 Highest Drug Odes In the first part , author and journalist Paul Zollo conducts a joint interview with Prine and Simpson — whose album A Sailor’s Guide to Earth arrived in mid-April — in the Grammy Museum’s Clive Davis Theater. The second part (embedded above) features their performances, beginning with Prine’s “Angel from Montgomery.” There’s a quick break and Prine returns to the stage around the 12:30 mark. He tells of landing his first performance gig in Chicago and feeling the need to make up new songs for the regular patrons in the audience. Introducing “Souvenirs,” he says he made it up in the car on the way to the club, thinking he’d used some really different chords and melodies. “I played it in the bathroom before I went on and it was the same three chords I always use,” he joked. Prine follows that with the harrowing soldier story “Sam Stone” before being joined once again by Simpson for two final numbers
Violent Femmes have released a new video for their song, “Issues,” which they premiered on Noisey . The song hails from We Can Do Anything , which they released in March. Watch Violent Femmes, Colbert Perform 'Blister in the Sun' Featuring animation by David Gladstein, the darkly humorous black-and-white clip depicts two drawn characters in a relatable relationship, where issues are tearing them apart. “You try to tell me about your issues/ I don’t need to know about them anymore/ Your issues/ And why you standing in my kitchen door?/ I don’t want to talk about it/ I don’t care,” Gordon Gano sings on the quirky track. However, it’s those same issues that also spark intrigue and bring the couple together for some inevitable (and funny) stick-figure makeup sex. Violent Femmes make their full-color appearance in the video when the cartoon couple watches the band performing on a screen. We Can Do Anything is the Milwaukee group’s first full-length album in 15 years. The band is touring this summer in support of the album, with the current leg of the tour wrapping on July 24th in Toronto, Canada at Massey Hall. They have an additional fall date scheduled for September 24th at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm in Franklin, TN. Earlier this year they stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert where they performed a rendition of their 1983 hit ” Blister in the Sun .” Related Violent Femmes to Play Debut Album in Central Park Hear Violent Femmes' First New Song in 15 Years Violent Femmes Announce First LP in 15 Years