Month: September 2021

The Harder They Fall is a “righteously new school Western” co-produced by Jay-Z By Matthew Strauss September 28, 2021 Kid Cudi, Jay-Z (Getty Images) The Harder They Fall is a new Western film that’s co-produced by Jay-Z. Today, Netflix has shared the first trailer for the movie, which will get released on the platform on November 3. Featured in […]

Our weekly playlist highlights songs that our writers, editors, and contributors are listening to on repeat By Pitchfork September 27, 2021 The staff of Pitchfork listens to a lot of new music. A lot of it. On any given day our writers, editors, and contributors go through an imposing number of new releases, giving recommendations to […]

The singer could be sentenced to decades in prison and is still facing more federal charges in Chicago, plus local charges in Minnesota and Illinois By Allison Hussey September 27, 2021 R. Kelly, June 2019 (E. JASON WAMBSGANS/AFP via Getty Images) R. Kelly has been found guilty of racketeering by a federal jury in Brooklyn today, according […]

Larry Doyle: – HELL NO, he’s a mega star… est. net worth of $400,000,000.00 people love him, some don’t. critics don’t mean SHIT unless their ripping someone good who’s on their way up. He’s in very very bad health recent concert appearance solo… looked 85 years old, he’s 70 years old. walk out shaking with […]

Neil Anderson: – Ah, you’re talking about Live Aid. For those too young let me explain. Live Aid was the biggest, most extravagant fundraiser rock music had seen. It wasn’t a new concept, George Harrison had a Concert for Bangladesh, and there was Conert for Kampuchea to raise awareness for the atrocities committed by the […]

By Kevin Rutherford 9/24/2021: – On the 21st day and night of September, the classic was streamed 322% more than on Sept. 20, as well as 18% more than on the same famed day in 2020. It’s become a yearly tradition for Earth, Wind & Fire‘s “September” to score significant sales and streaming gains on Sept. 21, […]

The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts, filmed at New York’s Madison Square Garden, arrives in November By Matthew Strauss September 23, 2021 Bruce Springsteen, photo by Joel Bernstein Back in 1979, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band performed benefit concerts at New York’s Madison Square Garden for Musicians United for Safe Energy. Three songs they played were included in the […]

The updated version of the song appears on the deluxe edition of RTJ4 By Madison Bloom September 24, 2021 Run the Jewels’ Killer Mike and El-P and Lil Wayne, art by Nick Gazin Run the Jewels have shared a new remix of their RTJ4 track “Ooh La La,” featuring Lil Wayne. The updated version of the song appears on the deluxe edition of […]

A second outtake from the Chinese Democracy sessions has surfaced By Madison Bloom September 24, 2021 Guns N’ Roses’ Axl Rose and Slash, June 2018 (Ollie Millington/Getty Images ) Guns N’ Roses have released their second new song of 2021. “Hard Skool” was originally recorded in the sessions for Chinese Democracy in 2008. Listen to their latest track below. Guns N’ […]

The bands co-wrote the Max Martin–produced Music of the Spheres track By Madison Bloom September 24, 2021 Coldplay and BTS, photo by James Marcus Haney x Heo Jae Young x Kim So Jung Coldplay and BTS have teamed up for a new song. It’s called “My Universe,” and it was co-written by the two groups, with production from Max Martin. The new single […]

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