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Eartha Kitt 14-Dec-2018
Santa Baby (Alexkid & DJ Sleep Remix) - Eartha Kitt
Snowman - Sia
(it was the American voice of rebellion) 09-Dec-2018
It's Not Christmas - Rachel F. Williams
Milk (Tricky Mix) - Garbage
Aya Sato (YSMF)
All My Friends - The Revivalists
(because she knows the hook and Kanye deemed it so) 02-Dec-2018
Taylor Swift 02-Dec-2018
You're My Chocolate - Savages
Take You Down - Illenium
The apocalypse. 28-Nov-2018
Shirley Manson is the hero we need in these particularly trying times
Speaking about the state of the music industry, Manson didn’t mince her words. “[It’s] is still a hell hole,” she said. “Its whole purpose is to exploit the artist, and they’re really good at it. And that will never change.” She pointed out the hit-or-miss window of opportunity afforded artists, adding, “There is no middle class at all, it’s either all or nothing.”
The subject of exploitation then naturally led Manson and Meredith to the #MeToo movement. For Manson, the movement is actually more of a “male issue.” “What leaves me despondent is that our culture has sort of looked at the #MeToo movement as a ‘female issue,’ when it’s actually a ‘male issue,'” she explained. “This is a mess you guys made, clean it up.”
(because she/they were cool) 29-Nov-2018
Shirley Manson/Garbage 29-Nov-2018
"Rapture" is a song by the American pop/rock band Blondie from their fifth studio album, Autoamerican (1980).
In January 1981, "Rapture" was released as the second and final single from the album. The song became their fourth and last single to reach No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it stayed for two weeks. It was the first No. 1 song in the U.S. to feature rap vocals. The song peaked at No. 4 in Australia and No. 5 in the United Kingdom.
"Rapture" is a combination of disco, funk, and hip hop with the rap section forming an extended coda. The song title "Rapture" served to indicate this element. While it was not the first single featuring rapping to be commercially successful, it was the first to top the charts. Its lyrics were especially notable for namechecking hip-hop pioneers Fab Five Freddy and Grandmaster Flash.
(I met her for an instant and she was lovely) 28-Nov-2018
Debbie Harry/Blondie 28-Nov-2018
Two Way St. (Aeroplane Remix) - Kimbra
Erode - Tender
Chun Wai Chan
Justine Skye: I Didn't Name My Abuser Because Rap Culture Doesn't Care
Singer Justine Skye's harrowing new music video opens with a disclaimer that it's "based on true events." The video for "Build" is a poignant yet painful look a young woman's relationship with a man who physically and mentally abused her, and ends with a black screen and the italicized words: "United in the fight against domestic violence."
In a Monday interview with The Breakfast Club, Skye explains why she elected to keep her alleged abuser’s identity private, though fans and sleuths have taken a look at her social media activity and speculate that "Build" is about rapper Check Wes, who recently appeared on Saturday Night Live.
Drill gang jailed for plotting a machete attack on rivals make NEW violent rap video only weeks after being released
50 Cent Shuns His 'Son' 6ix9ine Following Arrest: 'Call Ya Momma'