Month: August 2021

Feli – Adu-ti aminte

Feli a lansat o piesa noua, “Adu-ti aminte” ce a fost scrisa de artista insasi impreuna cu Dorian Micu. Videoclipul piesei “Adu-ti aminte” va avea premiera pe 1 Septembrie. “Adu-ti aminte” versurile vor fi adaugate aici.

Gia Woods – Oh My God

Oh my God
[Chorus:]
Oh my God, now my heart is beating hard
Heaven knows what you’ve done to me
Oh my God, nail my heart up to the cross
I’m a wreck but I’ll never leave
‘Cause I smile through a frown
Swear I’m up when I’m six feet under ground
Take me now, I’m in love with a heartless lover
[Chorus:]
Oh my God, now my heart is beating hard
Heaven knows what you’ve done to me
Oh my God, nail my heart up to the cross
I’m a wreck but I’ll never leave
Karma is a lie
She and I come back to you
Drenched in neon light
But my eyes are black and blue
Ooh, ooh
[Vocal/ Instrumental Break]
[Chorus:]
Oh my God, now my heart is beating hard
Heaven knows what you’ve done to me
Oh my God, nail my heart up to the cross
I’m a wreck but I’ll never leave
‘Cause I smile through a frown
Swear I’m up when I’m six feet under ground
Take me now, I’m in love with a heartless lover
[Chorus:]
Oh my God, now my heart is beating hard
Heaven knows what you’ve done to me
Oh my God, nail my heart up to the cross
I’m a wreck but I’ll never leave

(Oh my God, oh my God, oh my God)
(Oh my God, oh my God, oh my God)

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Chante, Akcent – I miss you

I lived my destiny, I’ve lost my legacy
Easy go, I left my home
But all this fizzy way when I hear my mind
It says Oh Lord, bring her home
Calling me, calling me
Sometimes I hear a different voice of my lips
And now is calling me, calling me
Only people who live understand
I miss you
Oh my my my my my
Oh my my my my my
I miss you, but you’re so far away
Oh my my my my my
Oh my my my my my
I miss you, but you’re so far away
I found another grip
who could complete my soul
Is it though my heart was wrong? But all this fizzy way when I hear my mind
It says Oh Lord, bring her home
Calling me, calling me
Sometimes I hear a different voice of my lips
And now is calling me, calling me
Only people who live understand
I miss you
Oh my my my my my
Oh my my my my my
I miss you, but you’re so far away
Oh my my my my my
Oh my my my my my
I miss you, but you’re so far away

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21 Savage Names His Top 5 R&B Artists Without Chris Brown

“I like his list!! In 1997, the singer won Favorite Male R&B/Soul Artiste at the American Music Awards and was nominated for several others throughout his career. Of course, everyone will have their preferences when it comes to the greatest artistes of all time. Mary J. Usher entered the entertainment scene at an early age, but it wasn’t until the late 1990’s that the singer rose to stardom with the release of his second album, “My Way,” in 1997. 21 Savage names his Top 5 R&B Artists and some fans are surprised he didn’t named Chris Brown on the list. For R&B, the rapper listed Usher as King and Mariah Carey as queen. Avant so slept on !” one person said. Aaliyah had earned the titles of “Princess of R&B” and “Queen of Urban Pop” as she sold up to 24 to 32 million albums worldwide, even with several posthumous releases. Another added, “He put Aaliyah???? Unlike Lizzo’s recent list, many social media users stand in solidarity with 21’s selected GOATs, with many praising him for mentioning Avant and Aaliyah. The next artiste on 21 Savage’s list, Keith Sweat, is popular for some of the most infectious tunes such as “Make It Last Forever,” “Make You Swear,” and “I Want Her. Usher was named the most successful artiste of the 2000’s decade by Billboard. The singer has a whopping 13 studio albums, and eight of them achieved multi-platinum worldwide sales. Blige, Usher, Keith Sweat, Aaliyah, and Avant as his top 5 greatest of all time (GOAT). Yeah he valid,” while another commended, “It’s not my personal top 5 but he has the best list I’ve seen so far.”
On Sunday, Lizzo tweeted her list of stars in different genres, sparking a range of conversations and clashed opinions. Blige continue to make an appearance. Finally on 21 Savage’s list is Avant, who is known for hit singles such as “Separated,” “Makin’ Good Love,” and “Read Your Mind.”
With 15 singles and 7 albums, Avant earned himself several nominations at multiple music award shows. Share this:

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) As the various breakdowns continue on social media, a repeat of artistes such as Usher, Micheal Jackson, and Mary J. The Atlanta rapper gave his top 5 singers during an interview on Gillie Da King and Wallo’s Million Dollaz Worth Of Game podcast that was released earlier today. The “Truth Hurts” rapper listed Micheal Jackson as the King of Pop and his sister Janet Jackson as the queen. With the consistent release of hits such as “Nice and Slow,” “U Got It Bad,” and “Confessions,” Usher earned himself eight Grammy Awards, eight American Music Awards, 18 Billboard Music Awards, and 9 Soul Train Music Awards. The singer held five Grammy Award nominations, three American Music Awards, and two MTV VMA’s. In no particular order, the “No Heart” rapper listed Mary J. The talent of each artistes chosen by 21 Savage can hardly be denied, with each artiste’s success showing in their career achievements. Kelly did not make 21 Savage’s list. Social media users were concerned that Chris Brown, Whitney Houston, and even R. Despite Aaliyah’s shortened career, even after the young singer’s death in 2001, her music continued to achieve commercial success. Blige, who started her career as early as 1991, has won nine Grammy Awards, 12 Billboard Music Awards, and four American Music Awards.

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50 Cent Confirms Starring Role In ‘The Expendables 4’ Movie

BOOM. The rap legend and businessman shared the news on Instagram to his 26.8 million followers. “here we go! 50 Cent is set to return to the big stage in the movie The Expendables 4, which returns to the big screen with an all-star cast. time to work,” he wrote. “A player is only as good as his coach. Curtis Jackson is a good one.”

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Green Light Gang,” the rapper said. “However, as he is currently in the process of completing his forthcoming album ‘Before I Self Destruct’ with Dr. However, director Sylvester Stallone defended 50 Cent, saying he had the talent to fill in the character. Meanwhile, at the first casting, some fans did not want 50 Cent in the film. “The anger of the casting of 50 Cent is understandable, but not fair,” Stallone had said to Ain’t It Cool News in 2009. The new faces joining the movie are 50 Cent, Megan Fox, Tony Jaa, and Scott Waugh. So, trust me, the change of Forest Whitaker to 50 Cent a.k.a. On Tuesday, the film was reported to return with the badass group of mercenaries, including Jason Statham, Sylvester Stallone, Dolph Lundgren, and Randy Couture, coming back in their original characters as in previous films. “50 Cent was offered the role of Hale Caesar in The Expendables,” the rep said to MTV News at the time. Dre and Eminem. Dre and Eminem, he was unfortunately not able to commit to the project.”
The album was eventually released in November 2009, with Dre and Em credited as executive producers. At that time, the rapper was focused on releasing his album with Dr. 50 Cent was previously set to appear in the film in the first installment in 2010, but he dropped his performance and was replaced by Forest Whitaker. “Expendables. If a man can communicate in one medium, he can communicate in another if his strengths are brought out and he has the support of well-wishers. still think i’m nothing. At the time, his publicist noted the rapper’s unavailability to join the movie.

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Cardi B Supports Offset At NYSE As Reservoir Media Who Owns Migos Catalog Goes Public

Meanwhile, the company’s model seems less predatory and more artist centered, with Offset saying that the aim is to put the power of publishing and control back into the actual artists’ hands. market share as reported by Billboard.”
This morning, Reservoir rang the @Nasdaq Opening Bell in celebration of our recent IPO. pic.twitter.com/Gmu0ZGSoQf
— Reservoir (@ReservoirMedia) August 30, 2021

The company launched on the stock exchange in July but celebrated the milestone with Offset on Monday while also doing the ceremonial bell-ringing to signal the company’s entry into the NYSE. Our tremendous passion and skills have driven Reservoir to hold a regular Top 10 U.S. Cardi was blinged out in diamonds and sported over-sized frames sunglasses and a blue denim Chanel bag. Share this:

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) It is both exciting and humbling to take this next step in Reservoir's journey. Cardi B showed up in ink sweats to support Offset, who was all smiles as he stood next to his heavily pregnant wife. Launching on the stock exchange is a huge move for the company that’s women-led and staffed with mainly women that own Offset‘s and the Migos‘ catalog of music. According to TMZ, along with Offset and the Migos’ music catalog, the company, which is now trading as RSVR on the NYSE stock exchange, also owns a large number of masters and rights for several artists and has a music publishing catalog of more than 130,000 copyrights dating as far back as the 1900s. We look forward to all the opportunities this creates, as we deepen our commitment to #investinginentertainment. Meanwhile, Cardi B, who last week defended her husband after a fan got carried away with herself and insinuated that the Migos rapper was not adding to the rap duo, showed up to support her husband and RSVR. Cardi B might be heavily pregnant, but that’s not stopping her from showing up to support her husband Offset as he rang the NASDAQ bell to celebrate Reservoir Media- an independent music rights company that’s female-owned going public on the stock exchange. The Company’s Chief Executive Officer, Golnar Khosrowshahi, speaking about the company, had said since its 14-year operation, “the Reservoir team has excelled at enhancing the value of our copyrights and recordings, while building a diverse and high-quality catalog and growing our roster.

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Lee “Scratch” Perry’s Wife Release Statement Hints At Foul Play: “He Was Not Sick”

With a string of frustrated emojis, she added, “Lee was so looking forward to building his LSP Paradise community with a studio and art house in December after the UK tour! He stated that volunteers would be needed for the first step of preparing the land, including; permaculture specialists. “I have no words for what had happen!” she wrote. Urban Islandz will keep you updated on any further developments in this matter. I’m going to go through your messages as soon as I recover a little from the terrible shock. Still in shock, the post expressed how the motive for his death was “MONEY GREED,” and even though the cause of death has still not been specified, the post disclosed more input on his tragic passing. Even though Miri wanted to reply, she noted that the court case had already begun, so she’s had to stay silent on the matter during the ongoing investigation. Following the death of Jamaican musical genius Lee “Scratch” Perry, his wife, Mireille Perry, issued a statement via his IG account hinting at possible foul play surrounding his death. “In the memory and honor of LEE SCRATCH PERRY, we’ll build his £$P community in the exact way that he dreamt about. “This catastrophic loss is totally unexpected and unbelievable! “To all of Lee’s fans and supporters! Mireille shared with fans that Perry was not sick prior to his death on Sunday at the Noel Holmes Hospital in Lucea, Hanover. So many different projects, shows, art, designs, Community,” Mireille continues. He had a very clear picture how he wanted it to look.”
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Lee “Scratch” Perry passed away on August 29, 2021, at the age of 85. He was also so happy about to begin touring with his music performances from October.”
“The people responsible for his death are not going get away with his passing !!! “I’m not allowed to give any details for the moment, but I could just say that Lucea hospital didn’t have anything to do with his tragic passing away or did something wrong,” she wrote. Lee had so many plans that he was looking forward to. I promise to get justice for the mishandling that took place! While some fans continued to provide strength and motivation, others wanted to see receipts, declaring that the reggae legend seemed healthy in the days leading up to his sudden death. The reggae legend will undoubtedly, be remembered as one of the best in history for his transformative works within the Jamaican music industry that ultimately influence international music genres like rap. Lee Scratch Perry was not sick! Share this:

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Supporters continued to relay their thoughts on how healthy Lee was before his passing. I promise I will not stop until we get justice from the people responsible for his death !!!” she declared. We have 100 percent that he would still be alive if they had not done what they did also out of MONEY GREED,” she concluded. Before the famed producer died, he had taken to his Instagram to alert his fans of the plans for building the LSP community, which was slated to start in December. “Nobody was expecting something like that because he was not sick! Scratch was recognized as a prominent Jamaican record producer and singer noted for his ultramodern studio techniques and style of production. Lee “Scratch” Perry was preparing to embark on his UK (2021 & 2022) starting on November 4, progressing into January 2022. His death shocked the world, with tributes continue to pour in from fans and fellow artists locally and overseas, sending strength to the mourning families. View this post on Instagram

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Fans, too, were shocked by the sudden accusations the post brought. I sincerely thank you for your outpouring love and condolences,” his wife stated before adding a prayer hand emoji. As fans continued to express that they too thought his unexpected death was suspicious, Miri disclosed that she had hired a lawyer and was in the process of conducting a court case to get to the bottom of the situation as she too, is still confused. It will be me now who will post and let you know what’s going on,” she relayed, announcing that she would be taking over his social media accounts.

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Sean Paul Talks Jamaican Music Influence On Rap & Biggest Crossover Collabs Of All Time

As the game continued, fans can see Sean Paul’s favoritism for dancehall rhythms in songs due to his winning choices. An instrumental remix of an original song is known as dubbing. “Sometimes you have to go back to where you were born, and I was born globally with Gimme The Light,” Paul stated of his choice of track. Alicia Keys, one of which was his own. Biggie Small, one of the most prolific artists in rap history, is said to be one of the most influenced by Jamaican culture. Share this:

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) He was credited as the pioneer of dubbing. Me a dancehall soulja and when I hear dem riddim tracks deh all over the world, to me, I just want to, you know, that’s what I love and I wanna big that up everytime.”
And big them up he has. We always like yeah and we always try to cut each other’s throat and over the years, me toran, it’s been a thing I wanted to do so I started Dutty Rock Productions big time.”
All games come to an end, and in the end, it came down to two tracks: Gimme The Light Remix feat. Sean Paul admitted to his feats when he spoke about his single, “Gimme Di Light.” This was the song that broke him into the international market. Sean Paul recently appeared on Complex Brackets series, hosted by Brian “B. He is also questioned about his ‘collab-heavy album’ in the series. In this interview, Paul speaks about Dancehall’s impact on hip-hop and rap. He was born to Jamaican parents but was born and raised in Brooklyn. He has had a prosperous career, but even he must confess that his most popular work has come from the fusion of Dancehall and rap. Busta Rhymes and Baby Cham’s Ghetto Story feat. In the Netflix series, I’ve Got A Story To Tell, the rapper’s mother talks about his love for Jamaica and their many trips to the island where he would be glued to Uncle Dave, who was also a musician. This brought back sweet ol’ memories for the artiste where he had to face what seems to be the hardest decision of his career…to decide between his mentors, artistes he looked up to, and even his friends. Sean Paul deconstructs the relationship between Dancehall and Hip Hop/Rap music. When asked why rap and Dancehall were such a unique combo, the veteran pointed to Jamaica’s rich history and its effect on performers. Between pitting top Dancehall/Rap songs like Baby Cham‘s “Ghetto Story Chapter. Dubbing gained the interest of urban artistes and became popular in South Bronx. “For me, Gimme The Light is the winner.”
He plans to have a 2-year hiatus from his career, but he wants to provide as much music as possible to his fans. Dott” Miller to help crown the best Dancehall/Rap song of all time. In a 2016 interview, he stated, “My upbringing influences my west Indian cultural significance, way of being raised in my Jamaican environment, the music and the embodiment of the household is who Busta Rhymes became.”
Special Ed and Shinehead, too, were born to Jamaican parents but grew up in the States. One such method is dubbing, also known as scratching. It was first popularized in Jamaica through reggae music by the late King Tubby, a Jamaican sound engineer. He stated, “Off of that song I met people in Roc-A-Fella, Dame Dash wanted to buy the album, big up to Jay-Z.” He also spoke lightly on his collaborations with music stars such as Rihanna, Beyonce, and Nelly. This style became popular through many artistes such as himself and ascended to be included on international markets. The singer himself talked about the importance of Dancehall and how it has spread into Rap music. The biggest stars in rap have deep roots in Jamaican music or have had some sort of connection to the island, Sean Paul explained. Sean Paul has been globalizing his reach since 2008 with songs such as “Top Shotter,” “Gimme Di Light (remix),” “Give It Up to Me,” and “Baby Boy.” He was one of the first Jamaican modern artistes to broaden his reach to bridge the gap between Jamaica and America, therefore between Dancehall and hip-hop. On the series, experts/special invitees pick the winners of a themed bracket, in this case, Best Dancehall/Rap Song, until a field of 16 is reduced to the Elite 8, then the Final 4, and a penultimate Championship round to determine the winner of the weekly series. King Tubby developed his talents in the reshuffling process, on bass and rhythm, and this is where Kool Herc, one of Sean’s musical role models, learned his skills. This musical technique gave space for toasting/ emceeing, which later evolved to become known as rapping. For now, it seems the music veteran will be focusing on studio time and family time. His album is slated to feature stars like Junior Gong, Nicki Jam, Jada Kingdom, Shenseea, Gwen Stefani, and Sia. 2” featuring Alicia Keys and the deejay’s “Gimme Di Light” (remix) featuring none other than Busta Rhymes, against each other, the entire segment sparked the conversation of Dancehall as a core music style. In his defense for choosing Baby Cham’s Ghetto Chapter 2 as the better song twice, he highlighted, “Imma hardcore dancehall activist, you know what I mean? Musical techniques have also originated in the lands of JamRock. Caribbean rhythms can be heard in many of his tracks. Busta Rhymes was also born to Jamaican parents and has done numerous collaborations with various Caribbean artistes. Shinehead is credited with one of the first original fusions of hip-hop and reggae. We never get to the back of each other. Despite the interview being featured as a casual game show, the episode highlights some of the most iconic Dancehall/Rap features and collaborations of the last three decades. Busta Rhymes & Sean Paul performing “Make It Clap” courtesy @seanpaul
“From the beginnings of rap with Kool Herc and just the connections, the number of artistes that are hip hop artists and are very dope that do have connections to Jamaica — Biggie, Busta Rhymes, Special Ed, Shinehead the whole connection is just day one for me,” Sean Paul said. To this, he explains, “We as Dancehall don’t collab enough.

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Bobby Shmurda Teases Gritty Comeback Single “No Sleep”

Fans became even more impatient when he didn’t take the usual route and release a “First Day Out” style track, but that seems to be only because he was making sure he produced something worthy of his following, instead of doing a track like that he chose to hit the studio hard. If anything else can be gathered from the clip is that it’s going to be an absolute banger. View this post on Instagram

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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) He recently released yet another one, but this one sounds and looks like it may be his official release from an upcoming project. “GOOD SHHMORNING !! OH YEAAAA IT’S UP THIS WEEK,” he posted as the caption to the post. Bobby Shmurda used Instagram to once again connect and hype his fans. What do you guys think of this latest teaser? We think this one might be the official track called “No Sleep” since there’s also an accompanying video, which features an introductory skit. If it’s an indicator that his fans are ready and willing for his new track, the post was made earlier today, August 30, and already has close to a million views. Shmurda has finally announced that a comeback single is in the works. From what we know, Bobby Shmurda already recruited some big names like Quavo, Mike WiLL Made-It, and more. In the snippet, he is assisted by two scantily clad gun-toting women. The group goes on to intimidate an opponent who appears to be hiding some serious ice. It looks like the wait for new Shmurda music might soon be over. Even though the scene sounds menacing, it’s all somehow very lighthearted, and it seems the rapper is trying to stay away from coming across as too violent. Fans rallied behind the rapper following his release from prison in February, and ever since then, they’ve been disappointed in their hopes for new music. What he’s also managed to do successfully is keep his fans entertained with snippets and teasers of upcoming music.

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Sean Paul, Shaggy, Bounty Killer Tributes Lee “Scratch” Perry

“Wow woke up to the sad news : R.I.P. Prime Minister Andrew Holness took the time to pay his respects, tweeting, “Undoubtedly, Lee “Scratch” Perry will always be remembered for his sterling contribution to the music fraternity. R.I.P #scratchperry #legend #icon #reggaegiant #teacher #theupsetter #duppyconquerrah.”

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Shaggy also commented on the sudden loss. Your lust for life was inspirational!!!” Jesse Royal conveyed, “There is beauty in being misunderstood”. Sean Paul, Shaggy, Bounty Killer, and more artists tribute the late Lee “Scratch” Perry. Without music, people get miserable.”
Some of Perry’s major accredited hits include “Curly Locks,” “Dreadlocks in Moonlight,” and “City Too Hot.”
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Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Lee “Scratch” Perry produced for artistes such as Bob Marley and the wailers, The Congos, and Junior Murvin. “I salute u sir scratch perry. Rest well king!” Shaggy revealed in a post. Perry’s loss was felt on Sunday (August 29) as confirmation of his passing spread like wildfire. The musician made his name known within the 60s and 70s, producing with some of the most frontline reggae artists. Mavado also relayed his thoughts, “RIP great legend I always remember them story you told me about with you and my dad in Europe rest in power king LEE,” he ended with a praying hand, muscle, and goat emoji. Me believe in soul music, soul singers, funky singers, pop singers,” Perry revealed in a podcast interview last year. FLY HIGH UNCLE LEE,” she wrote. View this post on Instagram

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On Sunday morning, Cedella Marley also paid her respects to the man who produced multiple hit songs for her father. Being nominated five times and winning “Best Reggae Album” in 2003 for his work on “Jamaican E.T.” the record producer even conquered the prestigious Grammys. “There is nothing else. to one of the greats of our culture #leescratchperry such genius!!! Lee “Scratch” Perry
As fans continue to pay tributes, other celebrities have also expressed their sorrow with his passing. Me believe in soul. “Me believe in good chords. May jah rest ur soul in peace great one. May his soul Rest In Peace”. “Jah know Jah I don’t too announce death news enuh as most of my followers would know, but this legendary pioneer stalwart and forefather of our musical culture had touches my life both musically and physically,” Bounty Killer expressed on Sunday. “Lee Scratch Perry flying high,” she posted on her Instagram page with a heart, “THE UPSETTER, TRENDSETTER, NO ONE DID IT BETTER. The entertainer passed away at a Hospital in Lucea, Hanover. He continued to express how much joy music brings him and how it represents magic to him. “Just yesterday Bulby mixing a song with myself and Big Youth and he did a technique and said that’s a Scratch technique and also growing up in callaloo bed and he used to live in Washington Gardens so he would walked by his road many days wishing to see Bob Marley or Jacob Miller and many other stars. You have left us a legacy of great music for the world to enjoy generations to come! My condolences 2 ur fam friends an fanz. He is the Dutch Pot that cooked Reggae Music first set of recipe trod on safely National Treasure certainly a pleasure,” the “Worthless Bwoy” deejay concluded with two white doves and two praying hand emojis. Ur creative wave still dominates 2day and will 4 a very longtime 2 come. He helped to restyle music in the 60s and 70s, as he took already published tracks, making them into his own with his early understanding of musical effects. The news was confirmed by the Jamaican Observer though the cause of death was not disclosed to the public. As the reggae/dancehall community continues to grapple with the sudden death of the legendary Lee “Scratch” Perry, various artistes have continued to express their condolences. Sean Paul also took the time to pay tribute to the icon. The eccentric record producer and artiste, who pioneered dub music in the 1970s was 85 years old when he passed away. The creator and mastermind of a sound which is the basis of everything I do musically. Gratitude for all the lessons. “This icon has helped 2 influence me an so many others,” Sean Paul said. View this post on Instagram

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Scratch, whose real name is Rainford Hugh Perry, inspired people worldwide with his determination to manipulate chords, creating the most beautiful sounds as he pushed through musical boundaries following his sensibility in music.

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EXCLUSIVE: 3-year-old California boy stranded in Afghanistan

A 3-year-old Northern California boy and his family are stranded in Afghanistan right now. channels failed, but they’re on the move and have gone silent. There are many working to help after official U.S.

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Variety Club Camp helps young people with disabilities get jobs

Variety is a camp in Worcester Township, Pennsylvania that helps young people with disabilities get jobs.

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Elizabeth Holmes trial: Jury selection begins in Theranos CEO fraud case

Holmes is facing fraud charges that could result in up to 20 years in prison and a $3 million fine.

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Ham sandwich prized at Chicago’s Michelin-starred Oriole in West Loop

A ham sandwich at a Michelin-starred restaurant? Oriole in Chicago’s West Loop is letting customers pig out at their bar during nightcap service.

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Mike Richards out as ‘Jeopardy!’ executive producer

Richards’ ouster at the popular game show comes a couple of weeks after he stepped down as its newly-named permanent host.

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Equestrian community opposes plan for dog kennels at Silver Spurs Stables

The equestrian community at what’s called the Riverside Rancho in Glendale wants to preserve the stables and their way of life.

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Philadelphia artist transforms skulls into works of art

Philadelphia artist, Sue Moerder’s, private studio is covered in skulls reimagined as mirrors, lights and sculptures

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‘Queen of Tape’ shows off her new project in her first- ever exhibition

Artist Anna Dominguez, also known as “Queen of Tape,” has displayed a new piece made entirely of duct tape on the windows of the John Hancock building

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OC school district investigating teacher’s video suggesting students pledge allegiance to pride flag

A teacher in Orange County is out of the classroom as school district officials investigate a video she posted online in which she suggested that students pledge allegiance to an LGBTQ pride flag.

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Los Angeles City Council seeking ban on ghost guns

The Los Angeles City Council is asking the city attorney to draft an ordinance to ban ghost guns in the city.

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