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JAY-Z’s annual Made in America Festival in Philadelphia will not take place this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Roc Nation said in a statement that the festival will return in 2021. It was scheduled for Labor Day weekend, September 5-6, at Benjamin Franklin Parkway. “2020 is a year like no other,” the statement reads. […]

Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong has shared a cover of John Lennon’s protest song “Gimme Some Truth.” Originally released on the Beatle’s 1971 solo album Imagine, the song was later covered by Generation X in 1978. Armstrong says the Generation X version was the first one he heard, and that his rendition lands “somewhere in […]

By Matthew Strauss Bronx rappers A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Don Q have shared a new song featuring Lil Uzi Vert. The track, “Flood My Wrist,” arrives with a music video directed by Picture Perfect. Watch below. A Boogie released Artist 2.0 earlier this year. Lil Uzi Vert featured on the album’s “Luv Is […]

With concerts on hold, it’s abundantly clear that most musicians can’t live off streaming income alone. How could the system be fixed? By Andy Cush Indie rockers Stolen Jars are not exactly Coldplay or U2, but they’re not a garage band either. They tour regularly and have been covered by NPR and The New York […]

By Quinn Moreland and Jazz Monroe Kanye West is back with new music. He’s just shared a song called “Wash Us in the Blood,” which comes with a visual from the video artist (and prior West collaborator) Arthur Jafa. The song is mixed by Dr. Dre and features Travis Scott. The “Wash Us in the […]

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Matt Linden · M.Div from Drew University (Graduated 1995) In the past twenty years or so Keith Richards’ guitar playing has been hindered by arthritis. During live shows Ron Wood, Mick Jagger and Blondie Chaplin have been able to cover for Keith on the nights he has his flare ups. If you watch carefully on […]

Spencer Brown has been a presence in the global dance scene since 2014, when Above & Beyond discovered his debut EP and signed him to their influential Anjunabeats label. That first EP was released via Avicii’s Le7els imprint, with Brown touring the United States with Avicii on his 2014 True tour and going on to […]

The BET Awards not only reimagined what a virtual performance can be, but what award shows could look like even post-pandemic. In April, BET aired a special called Saving Our Selves: A BET COVID-19 Relief Effort, which was the network’s first foray into producing and airing a show under pandemic conditions. “At that point, even […]

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