Thundercat is back with a funky new album that fluctuates between being silly and upbeat (like on the nerdy lead single “Dragonball Durag”), and being contemplative about the loss of the artist’s best friend, Mac Miller (like on the Ty Dolla $ign- and Lil B-featuring “Fair Chance”). The singular musician, whose real name is Stephen […]
With the combination of a catchy melody and lyrics, the song describes all the outstanding features of Hà Nội in autumn, and a love story in the hustle and bustle of the city. It has also been viewed on YouTube almost 50 million times, so it must be good!
The commission charged Jeffrey Wall of Freeport and his business, The Lighthouse Events, a year ago. The judgement against Wall finds that he and Lighthouse are liable for fraudulently raising more than $3 million in unregistered offerings from some 145 investors, the commission said.
Then the issue of a lot of the bigger tours play in the fall. What seems to be happening right now is a lot of people are just waiting until 2021. Two or three weeks ago, it looked like the fall was just going to be absolutely crazy, that everything in the spring was just […]
Another week down, friends. And while we begin to transition from work mode to weekend mode all while largely staying in place, thanks to the continued social distancing measures that ask everyone to stay at home amid the COVID-19 crisis, there’s nothing like a good soundtrack to help us forget about the world, our responsibilities […]
The singers performed iconic country songs spanning the decades. Underwood, McEntire, and Parton kicked things off with a rendition of “Those Memories of You,” the Highwomen performed Tammy Wynette’s 1967 hit “Your Good Girl is Gonna Go Bad,” and Evans sang her 2000 song “Born to Fly.” Other songs in the medley included “You’re Lookin’ […]
“I don’t think I quite knew who I was when I was in the group,” she says. “I feel like when I had the girls, I couldn’t really define my individual artistry. Now, I’m able to define who I am. I’m able to really focus on myself and see who I truly am in the […]
Wallace Roney’s death this past week at 59, hit the global jazz family especially hard because it came as he was building upon an already formidable reputation as a trumpeter, bandleader and composer. Along with Marsalis’ two elder sons, Branford and Wynton, Roney was considered a prominent member of the so-called “young lions” at or […]
The National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA), will showcase the best of events from its archives on YouTube to entertain art lovers, confined home during this lockdown period. The showcase will include exclusive videos, specially curated from NCPA’s extensive library. Starting from today, April 3, one can log on to NCPA’s YouTube channel and […]
Priss, 23, says he sees his music as a form of therapy. “Creating is how I objectively process events and relationships,” he tells PEOPLE. “Mr. Big” was born after his college ex-boyfriend reached out to him years after they had split and forced Priss to reflect.