Atlantic Records Download/Stream "Summer Feelings" by Lennon Stella feat. Charlie Puth: Download/Stream SCOOB! The Album: SCOOB!: Led Zeppelin Loses First Round in ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Lawsuit Jessa Seewald and Jill Dillard say their parents used “safeguards” to protect them from their brother, Josh Duggar, after he molested them as well as two of their sisters when they were young. After the incidents, their parents, 19 Kids and Counting stars Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, talked to their 19 children about “not being alone,” Jill, 24, told Megyn Kelly Friday on Fox News’ The Kelly File. “My parents said, ‘Okay, we’re not going to do this hide-and-seek thing where two people go off and hide together,’ ” the new mom explained. Their parents put “locks on the doors,” said Jill. “You know, everybody’s in bed. Girls in the girls’ room.
HuffPost is now a part of Verizon Media Musician Morrissey showed solidarity with a far-right British political party on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” on Monday. The former Smiths frontman wore a pin with the logo of the anti-Islam For Britain as he performed his version of Jobriath’s 1973 song “Morning Starship” from his new covers album “California Son.” For Britain’s website calls for a reduction of immigration into the United Kingdom, protection of British culture and the “end of the Islamisation of the UK.”
Questlove: My Favorite Things of the Decade So, How Was Your Decade is a series in which the decade’s most innovative musicians answer our questionnaire about the people, places and things that shaped their decade. We’ll be rolling these pieces out throughout December. Few artists can truly stake a claim to the James Brown Honorary “Hardest Working Person in Show Business” Title, but Questlove is certainly a contender. At the top of his docket, of course, remains the Roots, with whom he released four studio albums in the 2010s, plus three collaborative LPs with John Legend, Betty Wright, and Elvis Costello. And of course, the Roots did all that while serving as the house band on Late Night before making the jump with Jimmy Fallon to the big time when the comedian took over The Tonight Show in 2014.
Listen to Grace Slick's Hair-Raising Vocals in the Isolated Track for "White Rabbit" (1967) “One pill makes you larger and one pill makes you small…” Sometime in the summer of 2016, this isolated track of Grace Slick’s vocals for “White Rabbit”--probably the most famous Jefferson Airplane song and definitely one of the top ten psychedelic songs of the late ‘60s--popped up YouTube. As these things go, nobody took credit, but everybody on the Internet was thankful. Drenched in echo, Slick sings with martial precision, completely in command of her vibrato and dipping and rising all through the Phrygian scale (also known as the Spanish or Gypsy scale.)
Awkwafina Actor and rapper from New York Early life Lum was born in Stony Brook, New York, on Long Island, to a Chinese-American father, Wally, and a South Korean immigrant mother, Tia, a painter. She grew up in Forest Hills, Queens. Her mother died from pulmonary hypertension when Lum was 4, and she was raised by her father and paternal grandparents, becoming especially close to her paternal grandmother. One of her paternal great-grandfathers was a Chinese immigrant in the 1940s who opened the Cantonese restaurant Lum's in Flushing, Queens, one of the neighborhood's first Chinese restaurants. Career Music
Pink Floyd Films a Concert in an Empty Auditorium, Still Trying to Break Into the U.S. Charts (1970) It’s hard to imagine that in the late 60s, the band who would become the most famous of the psychedelic era was still an obscurity to most U.S. listeners. Nowadays “Pink Floyd may be the only rock band that can credibly be compared to both the Beatles and Spinal Tap,” writes Bill Wyman in a Vulture retrospective of their entire catalogue. Indeed, it’s possible their stadium-sized popularity has been underestimated. According to the data, they’ve actually sold more albums worldwide than the Fab Four.
Who Sang "The Proud"? Talib Kweli [Talib Kweli] The proud Stand tall or don't stand at all, see'mon Uhh, yeah Break it down What we do? [Chorus] We survive, it's more than pride We stay alive, ready to ride [Chorus] - repeat through intro [Intro: Talib Kweli] One two, one two yo Alright.. put it down yo June 21, 2001 Timothy McVeigh is executed And the country breathe a sigh of relief Goodness prevails over evil, it seems Somehow when he's gone, we feel safer Little do we know [Verse One] Today the paper say Timothy McVeigh's in hell So everything's okay and all must be well I remember Oklahoma when they put out the blaze And put Islamic terrorist bombing, on the front page It's like saying only gays get AIDS, propaganda Like saying the problem's over when they locked that man up Wrong! [Chorus] - repeat through interlude
Daddy Yankee Puerto Rican singer from San Juan Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez (born February 3, 1977), known professionally as Daddy Yankee, is a Puerto Rican singer, songwriter, rapper, actor and record producer. Ayala was born in Río Piedras, Puerto Rico, and was raised in the neighborhood of Villa Kennedy Housing Projects. Daddy Yankee is the artist who coined the word Reggaeton in 1994 to describe the new music genre that was emerging from Puerto Rico. He is known as the "King of Reggaetón" by music critics and fans alike. As of 2017, Daddy Yankee has won 82 awards from 270 nominations since his rise to international fame in 2004. He has won 5 Latin Grammy Awards, 2 Billboard Music Awards, 14 Billboard Latin Music Awards, 2 Latin American Music Awards, 8 Lo Nuestro Awards, an MTV Video Music Award and 6 ASCAP Awards. He also received a Puerto Rican Walk of Fame Star, special awards by People en Español magazine, and the Presencia Latina at Harvard University.