Heidegger and a Hippo Walk Through Those Pearly Gates (Unabridged) – Thomas Cathcart

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Heidegger and a Hippo Walk Through Those Pearly Gates (Unabridged)

Thomas Cathcart

Genre: Comedy

Price: $ 17.95

Publish Date: October 20, 2009

© ℗ © 2009 Penguin Audio

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Bill Gates Talks About 6 Moments in His Life

Bill Gates, one of WIRED’s 25 icons from its WIRED25 anniversary celebration, reflects on six important moments from his life and career, from teaching students to program in high school, to his relationships with Melinda Gates, Warren Buffett, and Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft, who passed away on October 15.

This video was recorded on August 31, prior to Mr. Allen’s passing, and had previously been scheduled for release this week. Bill Gates and WIRED dedicate this video to him.
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YoungBoy NBA ft. Kevin Gates & Quando Rondo “I Am Who They Say I Am,” Maxwell “Shame” & More | Daily Visuals 10.17.18

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Source: Unitas Gala Against Sex Trafficking – Red Carpet Arrivals Featuring: Maxwell Where: Manhattan, New York, United States When: 16 Sep 2015 Credit: Ivan Nikolov/WENN.com

They say that when someone shows you who they are believe them. Well, it seems like YoungBoy Never Broke Again is seconding that sentiment no matter what you may have heard.

Linking up with the ever controversial Kevin Gates and Quando Rondo for the visual to “I Am Who They Say I Am,” YBNBA and company show and prove that they don’t mind what your perception of them is, they’re still going to live regardless to whom or what.

On a lighter note, R&B legend Maxwell lays in bed awake while pining for the love of a woman gone in the wind in his somber clip to “Shame.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from PnB Rock, Freddie Gibbs featuring 03 Greedo, and more.

YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN FT. KEVIN GATES & QUANDO RONDO – “I AM WHO THEY SAY I AM”

MAXWELL – “SHAME”

PNB ROCK – “NOWADAYS”

FREDDIE GIBBS FT. 03 GREEDO – “DEATH ROW”

BHAD BABIE FT. YG – “JUICE”

OTIS CLAPP – “FAKE LOVE”

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Luca Brasi 3 – Kevin Gates

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Luca Brasi 3

Kevin Gates

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 10.99

Release Date: September 28, 2018

© ℗ 2018 Bread Winners’ Association

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Harlequin Comics Best Selection Vol. 5 – Olivia Gates

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Harlequin Comics Best Selection Vol. 5

Olivia Gates

Genre: Women

Publish Date: August 16, 2016

Publisher: SB Creative Corp.

Seller: Softbank Creative Corp.


"This is a collection of previews of the best Harlequin comics! The Vol. 5 is Virgin Love. Includes ""The Sheikh's Bargained Bride"", ""The Brazilian's Blackmail Bargain"", ""The Mediterranean Billionaire's Blackmail Bargain"" , ""The Ruthless Greek's Virgin Princess"", ""The Tycoon's Virgin"", and ""Virgin Princess, Tycoon's Temptation"" Enjoy preview of 6 comics!"

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Raven Gates Says She & ‘Bachelor In Paradise’ Beau Adam Gottschalk Talk Marriage ‘All The Time’

Could another Bachelor Nation couple be headed down the aisle soon? Raven Gates spilled serious tea in a fan Q&A, revealing that she and her “Bachelor in Paradise” beau Adam Gottschalk discuss marriage “all the time” – but is she thinking about kids yet?


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Bachelor Nation’s Raven Gates Gushes Over Boyfriend Adam Gottschalk: ‘I Continue To Fall More In Love’

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Denmark’s metal festival ‘Copenhell’ opens its gates to 25,000 fans

One of the biggest metal festivals in Europe, ‘Copenhell’ opened its door to 25,000 dedicated metal fans in Copenhagen. Rough cut (no reporter narration).


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Kevin Gates “Let It Sing,” BlocBoy JB “Mamacita” & More | Daily Visuals 6.5.18

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For the past few months Kevin Gates has been unusually quiet on the controversy tip (that’s a good thing) and lately he’s seemed focus on dropping new videos.

This time around Gates comes through for another blocked themed clip to “Let It Sing” where the Baton Rouge rapper lamps at the trap house before riding through the night with a crew of down ass chicks.

Meanwhile in Memphis BlocBoy JB turns up at a Spanish party complete with a mariachi in his clip to “Mamacita.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Jamo Gang, Lumidee featuring Tony Sunshine, and more.

KEVIN GATES – “LET IT SING”

BLOCBOY JB – “MAMACITA”

JAMO GANG (RASS KASS, EL GRANT & J57) – “GO AWAY”

LUMIDEE FT. TONY SUNSHINE – “AGUA”

TOKYO JETZ – “THE ONE”

BLACK MILK – “COULD IT BE”

BAS FT. CORREY C – “PINBALL II”

070 SHAKE – “MIRRORS”

PHILTHY RICH FT. REXX LIFE RAJ & ALLBLACK – “DOPE BOY”

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SZA “Garden (Say It Like Dat),” Kevin Gates “Change Lanes” & More | Daily Visuals 5.18.18

 

SZA and Donald Glover are two of the hottest names in the game right now so it’s only right that we see them on screen together.

Though he doesn’t have a speaking role, the man otherwise known as Childish Gambino makes an appearance as SZA’s love interest in the nature themed visuals to “Garden (Say It Like Dat),” where the TDE songstress and Atlanta creator melt in each other’s arms. This would lead to all kinds of relationship rumors had it not been known they were already in serious relationships.

Kevin Gates on the other hand gets all in his own thugged out feelings and seems to be hanging on to his sanity by a thread in his clip to “Change Lanes.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Robb Bank$ , Lou The Human, and more.

SZA – “GARDEN (SAY IT LIKE DAT)”

KEVIN GATES – “CHANGE LANES”

ROBB BANK$ – “GRIFFITH DID NOTHING WRONG”

LOU THE HUMAN – “SOUR”

BIG FLIP PAPI – “MEET ME ON TOP”

LYRICA ANDERSON FT. BLAC YOUNGSTA – “RENT”

TOKEN – “CODE RED”

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Kevin Gates Solidifies Jail Comeback With 3-Song “Chained To The City” EP

Someone's making the best use of those travel limitations.


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Rapper Kevin Gates Hopes to Scare Teens Straight After Prison Release

Rapper Kevin Gates has one hell of a story to tell … which is exactly what he plans on doing after he’s released from prison. The rapper’s attorney, Herschel Rush, tells TMZ … Kevin’s plans after he’s released from an Illinois penitentiary…

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By Any Means 2 – Kevin Gates

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By Any Means 2

Kevin Gates

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 7.99

Release Date: September 22, 2017

© ℗ 2017 Bread Winners’ Association

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Snoop Dogg ft. Too $hort “Toss It,” Kevin Gates “imagine That” & More | Daily Visuals 9.25.17

2017 has seen Snoop Dogg get back on his grizzly something serious and today the Doggfather returns to his video roots… sort of.

For his latest visual to the Too $ hort assisted “Toss It,” Snoop turns into a Rottweiler (upgrade from a Doberman?) while $ hort transforms into a bulldog and the two paint the town red as rapping canines.

And if you thought being locked up would slow up Kevin Gate’s grind, think again. For his black-and-white clip to “Imagine That” the currently incarcerated rapper puts the spotlight on his family and friends who rap along to the song.

Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Dinero Farrar, Khary, and more.

SNOOP DOGG FT. TOO $ HORT – “TOSS IT”

KEVIN GATES – “IMAGINE THAT”

DENIRO FARRAR – “RICHER”

KHARY – “WET DREAM”

DICE SOHO FT. 24HRS – “UNDERSTAND”

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By Any Means 2 – Kevin Gates

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By Any Means 2

Kevin Gates

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 10.99

Release Date: September 22, 2017

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The Koch Brothers Reportedly Helped Finance ‘Wonder Woman’ with Bill Gates

The Koch Brothers reportedly helped finance “Wonder Woman” and other films with Bill Gates … and Donald Trump’s Treasury Secretary. The way the story goes … Steven Mnuchin roped Charles Koch, David Koch and Gates into a production company he…

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PIAS’ Kenny Gates, Speedy Ortiz’ Sadie Dupuis & More Added to Bigsound Speaker Lineup

PIAS co-founder Kenny Gates, Speedy Ortiz vocalist Sadie Dupuis, Wham! and Marc Bolan manager Simon Napier-Bell, and Paradigm Talent Agency’s…
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Rick Ross “Bill Gates,” Charles Hamilton “Down The Line” & More | Daily Visuals 10.29.15

While these young’ns continue to pine for the latest model of the devices that came from the genius mind of Steve Jobs, Rick Ross bigs up the original OG of the tech world in true bawse form.

“Bill Gates” serves as a reminder that Rozay is living the life the most dare not even dream of such as socializing with NFL players and legends, traveling in private G-4 aircrafts, and having a stunning fiancé counting your riches while you sipping on a little something in the back of your chauffeur driven automobile. And we all know a personal chauffeur isn’t going to be pushing no Kia! No shots taken at Blake or LeBron. Just sayin’.

Charles Hamilton returns to the rap scene after being MIA for quite some time with the somber visuals to the Laurel chorused “Down The Line” where the once flourishing rapper gets all in his feelings and wanders a parking garage until ultimately making his way onto the dark streets of New York.

Check out the rest of today’s visuals which include work from Dave East, Rotimi featuring 50 Cent, and more.

 

RICK ROSS – “BILL GATES”

 

CHARLES HAMILTON FT. LAUREL – “DOWN THE LINE”

 

DAVE EAST – “KD”

 

ROTIMI FT. 50 CENT – “LOTTO”

 

G-EAZY & BEBE REXHA – “ME, MYSELF & I”

 

BREEZE EMBALM FT. AMANDA MAXINE – “LOS MUERTOS”

 

FREDDIE GIBBS – “FUCKIN’ THE COUNT UP”

 

BARS MURRE FT. PLANET ASIA & TRISTATE – “GET THIS MONEY”

 

LOGAN P. MCCOY – “MONEY OVER PARTYING”

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First Listen: Los Lobos, ‘Gates Of Gold’

There are no guidebooks for aging rockers who want to stay creative after countless tours, recording dates and songwriting sessions. But Los Lobos could probably write one.

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4T$ – Single (Radio Edit) – Kevin Gates, Iamsu! & Tree Thomas


4T$ – Single (Radio Edit)
Kevin Gates, Iamsu! & Tree Thomas

Release Date:
September 4, 2015
Total Songs:
1

Genre:
Hip-Hop/Rap

Price:
$ 1.29

Copyright
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Islah – Kevin Gates

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Islah

Kevin Gates

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 10.99

Expected Release Date: December 11, 2015

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Stalley “Voila,” Kevin Gates “La Familia,” 2 Chainz “Everything I Know” & More | Daily Visuals 9.4.15

Stalley continues to go hard with the visuals for cuts off his latest project, The Laughing Introvert. Steady mobbing with his Blue Collar Gang, the man from the Buckeye State pays a visit to Bucktown USA and politics on the Brooklyn Bridge in his latest clip, “Voila.”

And no, this doesn’t mean LeBron is any closer to joining a New York basketball team.

Even with all the backlash and petitions to have him banned from performing in your city going around, the ever controversial Kevin Gates remains as defiant as ever in both real life and in his video to “La Familia.” Ducking authorities while torturing helpless individuals, the kid who likes to kick more than just rhymes seems to draw a lot of parallels between his art and his actions.

Check out the rest of today’s releases which include work from 2 Chainz, Young Buck, Nelly, and more.

 

STALLEY – “VOILA”

 

KEVIN GATES – “LA FAMILIA”

 

DOUGHBOY – “BREAK DA KNOB”

 

2 CHAINZ – “EVERYTHING I KNOW”

 

YOUNG BUCK – “MONEY RIGHT”

J.R. FT. NELLY & TIFFANY FOXX – “I’M JUST SAYIN REMIX”

 

KIRKO BANGZ FT. FETTY WAP – “WORRY BOUT IT”

 

VEE THA RULA – “POPPIN’ REMIX”

 

21 SAVAGE FT. MANMAN SAVAGE – “MILLION DOLLAR”

 

G HERBO – “NO LIMIT”

 

TSU SURF – “LONG WAY FROM HOME”

 

SHAQISDOPE – “DWNTWN”

 

ERYN ALLEN KANE – “SLIPPING”

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Kevin Gates — Cops Investigate Fan Kick … Charges Coming Down

11:38 AM PT — The Lakeland PD has filed a criminal complaint against Gates, charging him with simple battery. The case is now in the hands of the State Attorney’s Office.Kevin Gates is learning … brutally kicking a fan is a good way to get the cops…

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Kevin Gates Kick Victim Went To Hospital, Mom Says

Over the weekend, rapper Kevin Gates was taped kicking a women with tremendous force after she touched his leg. Well, the mother of that 18-year-old is stepping forward on her daughter’s behalf.

Kristy Irelan, the mother of the18-year-old woman, says her child went to a hospital and had a CT scan after the assault. She told Florida’s WFLA that her daughter was excited to see the controversial performer.

RELATED: Kevin Gates Kicks Female Fan In The Chest, Fans React

“She told me that she was excited to see him and next thing she knows she was kicked in the chest and she was passed out. … It pisses me off. I don’t care who you are- an NFL player, just a regular person or a rapper- you don’t come to anybody’s home town and kick anybody- she did not deserve that.” (WFLA)

Irelan didn’t state the results of the stay at the hospital or if they would be seeking legal action against Gates.

The rapper has not commented on the incident as of this writing.

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Kevin Gates Kicks Female Fan In The Chest, Fans React

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Do not touch Kevin Gates when he is on stage.

A female fan learned this lesson when she reached up to touch the rapper at a show stop in Lakeland, FL.

The woman in the front row at the concert was immediately kicked back from Gates’s shoe.

The footage seems to suggest that the fan didn’t leave after the confrontation.

Gates has not commented yet, but he did make a cryptic statement a few hours afterwards.

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His fans and detractors has a varied assortment of commentary to the act and expressed it.

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Kevin Gates — Kicks Fan in Chest … Don’t Touch My Shorts!! (VIDEO)

Kevin Gates doesn’t like to be touched when he’s on stage and one female fan learned that quickly … with a boot to the chest. Gates was performing at a club in Lakeland, FL Friday night — you can see a woman in the front row reach out and touch…

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Lil Cali Ft. Kevin Gates – “Suppose To Shine” (VIDEO)

Here is the inspirational video for “Suppose To Shine” from Louisiana rap vet Lil Cali, joined by Kevin Gates crooning a memorably melodic hook. The song is currently available on iTunes, and will appear on Lil Cali’s upcoming album RealLuminati.

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Kevin Gates – “Tomorrow”

Kevin Gates bears his heart on the track “Tomorrow” making this song one of his hits from his most recent tape, Luca Brasi 2: A Gangsta Grillz. He’s so melodic and smoothly transitions from rapping to singing in a classic Kevin Gates style that’s humble, cool and at the same time loaded. Yea we might have been expecting a different visual for this song, but at the end of the day, its Kevin Gates and he’s gonna do what he wants staying true to himself.


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Enemy At the Gates – Jean-Jacques Annaud

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Enemy At the Gates

Jean-Jacques Annaud

Genre: Action & Adventure

Price: $ 7.99

Rental Price: $ 2.99

Release Date: March 16, 2001


An all-star cast lights up the screen in this riveting epic hailed as "a vivid dramatization of one of history's titanic turning points". (Gene Shalit, Today) The year is 1942 and the Nazis are cutting a deadly swath through Russia. Under the leadership of Kruschev (Bob Hoskins), the citizens of Stalingrad are mounting a brave resistance, spurred by the exploits of their local hero, Vassili Zaitsev (Jude Law). An expert sniper, Vassili's deeds have become legendary – thanks to propaganda produced by Vassili's best friend, a political officer named Danilov (Joseph Fiennes). To stop Vassili, the Germans dispatch their best sniper, Major Konig (Ed Harris), to Stalingrad. When Vassili and Danilov both fall in love with a beautiful soldier (Rachel Weisz), Danilov deserts his friend, leaving Vassili to face his German counterpart alone. As the city burns, Vassili and Konig begin a cunning game of cat and mouse, waging a private war for courage, honor and country.

© © 2001 Paramount Pictures

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Jay Rock “90059,” Stalley “Boomin,” Kevin Gates “Tomorrow” & More | Daily Visuals 8.18.15

For the visuals to his latest cut “90059,” LA’s own Jay Rock finds himself strapped in a straitjacket while being taken for a ride by St. Louis singer, SZA, who belts out a melodic number before setting the TDE rapper free. The Watts representative then seems to channel the soul of the late-great Brooklyn emcee, Old Dirty Bastard to construct a eccentric chorus before bringing the ruckus.

And the Maybach Music Group cartel continues to flood the streets with product as Stalley revisits his debut album Ohio to create visuals for one of the album’s standout tracks, “Boomin.” The Buckeye heater invites viewers into his hood to give us an idea of where he came from and what made him the man he is today. [Editor’s Note: He should have shot it in Ohio!]

Check out the rest of today’s releases which include work from Kevin Gates, Chris Brown & Rita Ora, and more.

 

JAY ROCK – “90059”

STALLEY – “BOOMIN”

KEVIN GATES – “TOMORROW”

 

O.T. GENASIS FT. LIL WAYNE – “DO IT”

 

KING LIL G – “IGNORANCE”

 

LARRY JUNE – “COOKING”

 

BJ THE CHICAGO KID FT. OG MACO – “THAT GIRL”

 

MIKE WILL MADE IT FT. SWAE LEE & FUTURE – “DRINKS ON US”

 

WILL BRENNAN FT. CUZ LIGHTYEAR, DRE MOON & MANMAN SAVAGE – “INTEREST”

 

DA$ H – “RICHIE K II”

 

DJ SPINN & DJ RASHAD FT. DANNY BROWN – “DUBBY”

 

RITA ORA FT. CHRIS BROWN – “BODY ON ME”

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With TE Antonio Gates suspended, Ladarius Green gets audition for job

With TE Antonio Gates suspended, Ladarius Green gets audition for job
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Luca Brasi Story – Kevin Gates

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Luca Brasi Story

Kevin Gates

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 4.99

Release Date: April 9, 2013

© ℗ 2013

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Solid (feat. Kevin Gates) – Single – Trae tha Truth


Solid (feat. Kevin Gates) – Single
Trae tha Truth

Release Date:
June 17, 2015
Total Songs:
1

Genre:
Hip-Hop/Rap

Price:
$ 1.29

Copyright
℗ 2015 ABN / EMPIRE


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Young Dolph “Down South Hustlers,” P Reign “Release In The City,” Kevin Gates “The Movie” & More | Daily Visuals 6.17.15

The summer of new school and old school collaborations continue as Young Dolph enlists hip-hop veterans Slim Thug and Paul Wall to show that Southerners can still ball out with the best of them on “Down South Hustlers.”

Not to be outdone, P Reign recruits PARTYNEXTDOOR and Meek Mill’s and give us a glimps of the kind of bankrolls you need to keep up with their nightlife on “Realest In The City.”

Check out more of hip-hop’s latest releases which includes a cinematic piece from Kevin Gates who combines 3 videos into 1 on “The Movie,” Bia, Chuck Inglish, and more.

 

YOUNG DOLPH FEAT. SLIM THUG & PAUL WALL – “DOWN SOUTH HUSTLERS”

 

P REIGN FT. PARTYNEXTDOOR & MEEK MILL – “REALEST IN THE CITY”

 

KEVIN GATES – “THE MOVIE” (PERFECT IMPERFECTION, PLUG DAUGHTER, JOHN GOTTI)

 

MAIN ATTRAKIONZ – “SHOOT THE DICE”

 

CHUCK INGLISH – “2003”

 

SHY GLIZZY & GLIZZY GANG – “FROM THE GET GO”

 

SD – “STEP BY STEP”

 

HEFNA GWAP – “PILL MACHINE”

 

BIA – “#CHOLASEASON”

DR. YEN LO – “DAY 81”

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Young Dolph “Down South Hustlers,” P Reign “Release In The City,” Kevin Gates “The Movie” & More | Daily Visuals 6.17.15

The summer of new school and old school collaborations continue as Young Dolph enlists hip-hop veterans Slim Thug and Paul Wall to show that Southerners can still ball out with the best of them on “Down South Hustlers.”

Not to be outdone, P Reign recruits PARTYNEXTDOOR and Meek Mill’s and give us a glimps of the kind of bankrolls you need to keep up with their nightlife on “Realest In The City.”

Check out more of hip-hop’s latest releases which includes a cinematic piece from Kevin Gates who combines 3 videos into 1 on “The Movie,” Bia, Chuck Inglish, and more.

 

YOUNG DOLPH FEAT. SLIM THUG & PAUL WALL – “DOWN SOUTH HUSTLERS”

 

P REIGN FT. PARTYNEXTDOOR & MEEK MILL – “REALEST IN THE CITY”

 

KEVIN GATES – “THE MOVIE” (PERFECT IMPERFECTION, PLUG DAUGHTER, JOHN GOTTI)

 

MAIN ATTRAKIONZ – “SHOOT THE DICE”

 

CHUCK INGLISH – “2003”

 

SHY GLIZZY & GLIZZY GANG – “FROM THE GET GO”

 

SD – “STEP BY STEP”

 

HEFNA GWAP – “PILL MACHINE”

 

BIA – “#CHOLASEASON”

DR. YEN LO – “DAY 81”

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Song Premiere: Heartless Bastards, ‘Gates Of Dawn’

In the first taste of the band’s forthcoming Restless Ones, Heartless Bastards’ big, bluesy sound feels slick and streamlined, with choruses that get grander and grander as the song chugs along.

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Rapper Kevin Gates — Not One, But Two Fights with Girls!

It’s bad enough rapper Kevin Gates got into it with a couple of girls during his show Sunday night in Michigan — he then fought with a different girl during the same show! Gates — probably as well known for having sex with his cousin as he is for his…

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Kevin Gates Wants President Barack Obama Out Of Office

The rapper ties President Barack Obama to the increasing murder rate in Baton Rouge.


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DVDs: “The Hobbit” Ends Sadly, “Gates Of Heaven” Delights and “The Sure Thing” Is A Sure Thing

Some lovely, under-appreciated animated features, two classic documentaries that Roger Ebert loved and the exhausting finale to what was once the highly anticipated Hobbit movies.

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THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES ($ 44.95 BluRay combo; Warner Home Video)
EXODUS: GODS AND KINGS ($ 49.99 3-D BluRay Deluxe; Fox)

Two lumbering epics. Exodus: Gods and Kings is not really a disappointment since director Ridley Scott has seemed lost for many years now. Unlike online flamers, I don’t have an issue with the film’s approach to the religious aspect of the story. It’s just a whole lot of fuss and feels exactly like a Fox “epic” from the 1960s, which is a horrible insult. Some of the big spectacle moments are satisfying and Christian Bale is an imposing hero. But the campy yet sincere Charlton Heston The Ten Commandments remains more satisfying on every level.

The final Hobbit movie brings a sad end to what should have been a triumph. Director Peter Jackson was brilliant on The Lord Of The Rings, one of the great film fantasies of all time. It was essentially right in tune with the material from start to finish and a remarkable accomplishment. His initial instinct to avoid trying to duplicate/top that experience with The Hobbit was the right one. Everything about this whole venture has been disastrous on a Phantom Menace level. The first film was shockingly bad on a dramatic level. The second was somewhat proficient but anonymously so, with almost none of the actual spirit of either the book itself or the more mature, darker vision of Middle Earth that flowered in The Lord Of The Rings (both film and book). The focus on technology — again, just like Phantom Menace — turned the triumphant craft work of LOTR into digital disaster with scenes looking like video games. Now we have the finale. The tone of the book is very different, much more picaresque than the adult LOTR, but it climaxes with a remarkably mature turn of events led by Bilbo Baggins that is deeply moving. It may be for kids, but the price paid emotionally is genuine and pretty amazing in context. Well, Martin Freeman was wonderful casting but the film is so determined to lead up to LOTR that it’s far more worried about the grand battles than the grand bargain Bilbo makes to achieve peace. Moments work here, unlike either of the other two films. And as always with Jackson the extras are plentiful and top-notch. But what a dreadful waste of talent from all involved.

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TOP FIVE ($ 39.99 BluRay combo; Paramount)

It’s not enough to say this is Chris Rock’s best movie. That is faint praise given his track record. Rock’s real success has been as a stand-up comic and the sweet, but sharp TV show Everybody Hates Chris which successfully mined his childhood and launched a clutch of talented actors. So Top Five is better than all the other bad live action movies he has appeared in. But it’s actually good good — a paean to Woody Allen, a romantic comedy, a savvy look at the life of a stand-up and pretty darn funny. It’s not great great, just good good. But as writer and director and star, Rock finally got the chance to show his stuff and hint that he may just have theatrical greatness in him.

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MR. BEAN: THE WHOLE BEAN ($ 24.97 DVD; Shout! Factory)
FIREBALL XL5: THE COMPLETE SERIES ($ 29.93 DVD; Shout! Factory)

Well, let’s not compare Rowan Atkinson’s Mr. Bean to actual silent film greats like Laurel & Hardy or god forbid Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, et al. But just as Jacques Tati’s movies delighted simply for being silent comedies in an era when silent comedies were naturally all but extinct, Atkinson’s trouble prone Bean was a breath of fresh air in the early 1990s when he first appeared. Just as Westerns are so welcome when they’ve been off screen for a long time, the pratfall antics of Bean seemed like a revelation. And not surprisingly they played well all over the world since dialogue is not an issue. This set remasters all 14 episodes of the original run. Someday they’ll slap together all the movies, the animated series and these episodes, but this is plenty for casual fans.

Hardcore devotees of supermarionation devised by Gerry Anderson are surely the only ones who will be eagerly awaiting the complete series Fireball XL5. If you haven’t seen Thunderbirds, that’s clearly the place to start. But just as Mr. Bean is so delightful for being a new stab at silent comedy, the retro joy of Anderson’s work is seeing sci-fi spectacles and elaborate action scenes being staged by puppets with strings often clearly visible and the models of space ships zooming past backdrops wonderfully obvious. It’s not cheaply done or klutzy but unquestionably done with love and just as enjoyable as plopping down in a public park and watching a performer enact Punch & Judy. In other words, the joy of performing and bringing a story to life is more important than the quality or more exactly the style of special effects. That’s why Star Wars will endure and the “superior” digital effects of Phantom Menace et al pale quickly. Here you’ve got adventures in space as Earth colonizes the stars but needs an action team to fight danger, stage rescues and the like. What might surprise parents is how quickly little kids will embrace the storytelling even though they should reject it as fake looking.

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GATES OF HEAVEN/VERNON, FLORIDA ($ 39.95 BluRay; Criterion)
JOHN FORD: DREAMING THE QUIET MAN ($ 29.95 BluRay; Olive Films)
OPEN SESAME: THE STORY OF SEEDS ($ 24.98 DVD; Disinformation Company)

Whenever I watch the early masterpieces of filmmaker Errol Morris, I can’t help thinking of Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel. They championed Morris and rightly so since he’s proven one of the most influential documentary filmmakers in history. His first two gems are collected by Criterion in a package that is not as extras heavy as some of their other sets but is welcome nonetheless for enshrining these movies in excellent prints and bringing them to the attention of movie lovers everywhere. Morris would go on to make formally beautiful movies like The Thin Blue Line. Here his resources are more modest but what he accomplishes on a shoe string is remarkable. Gates Of Heaven is about a pet cemetery; Vernon, Florida is about a small town seemingly populated with more than its fair share of kooks. Both are warmly fascinated by the odd ducks that populate them and tell the stories of these people with open-minded curiosity. If one had the sense that Morris ever felt superior to the folk discussing the elaborate funeral plots for their beloved pets or the trailer park folk with their odd obsessions, the movies would become unpleasant. But Morris is fascinated and delighted and genuinely interested in letting these people reveal themselves in all their eccentric beauty. I’ll simply never forget the person in Vernon who has a jar of sand they collected, sand that grows. (Huh? Watch it.) Essential viewing.

St. Patrick’s Day has passed and if you’re any sort of cinephile and Irish lover, you watched John Ford’s romantic classic The Quiet Man. Anyone who still thinks John Wayne can’t act should watch his young action hero in Stagecoach followed by his bitterly racist anti-hero in The Searchers followed by his broodingly quiet but very funny and romantic turn in The Quiet Man. And once you’ve done that you’ll be a fan for life of the gorgeous Irish countryside, the gorgeous Maureen O’Hara and Wayne himself. After that, you’ll want to learn more. It’s a shame this new documentary narrated by Gabriel Byrne isn’t included in an elaborate BluRay presentation of the film but it’s definitely worth watching for anyone who has devoured that delightful film time and again. I had no idea it took Ford 20 years to make this movie, which is based on a short story in Saturday Evening Post. It seems so delightfully commercial and broadly appealing you’d think studios would be lined up to make it. This documentary tells how that wasn’t so, about the western Ford and Wayne and O’Hara had to make just to get this film off the ground and the impact it had on other filmmakers like Martin Scorsese. And who knew that insanely catchy central theme was written by a cop? It doesn’t get more Irish than that.

Open Sesame: The Story Of Seeds is truly guerrilla filmmaking: it’s a passionate labor of love about seeds, their essential role in our food system and how that role is threatened. Watch it and you’ll learn about the devastating impact of various patents that have turned seeds from a self-propagating resource into a commodity that must be purchased over and over. (Many commercially manufactured seeds are now designed NOT to provide fertile seeds from a crop that could be planted the following year. Thus you have to go back to the big agra combine to buy your seeds every single year.) Other dangers include a dangerous emphasis on massive planting of mono-crops, the same plantings with the same genetic code over and over again, which means any successful attack on that crop can have devastating effects. (Varied seeds with varied genetics as well as the planting of varied crops all can mitigate that vulnerability.) It also deals with GMO but the film is not focused on that one aspect since the story and survival of seeds goes far beyond that one issue.

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INTO THE WOODS ($ 39.99 BluRay combo; Disney)
THE SOUND OF MUSIC 50TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION ($ 49.99 BluRay; Fox)

Do I love musicals? Yes, I do. And yet I approached the feature film Into The Woods with timidity. I’m crazy about the Stephen Sondheim stage production (though I’ve never seen a truly great production of it). Yet there’s something inherently…theatrical about it. It just doesn’t make sense to me as a feature film where all the fairy tale aspects would become literal rather than delightfully imaginary as in a Broadway house. Indeed, that seems to be the fatal flaw in the film. Someone else might have easily find a better, more distinctive way of tackling this story about what happens after “happily ever after,” but I doubt it would have truly worked. Yes, elaborate effects and big stars crammed into every role was the least imaginative way to go. But some musicals are not meant to be movies and I’m pretty sure this is one of them. Everything feels too literal here, whereas on stage it’s lighter than air and the poignancy of everyone from the childless couple to the Witch feels universal and deeply moving. Still, it’s coming out the day after James Corden made his late night debut on TV and he does quite nicely here. So it’s a good week for him, at least.

Of course, some stage musicals were destined to be films. Surely that’s the case with Rodgers & Hammerstein’s most successful property, The Sound Of Music. It’s the least complicated of their major musicals but it works a charm on film, whereas most of their other stage plays were entombed in godawful feature films that denuded them of the complex, adult concerns that made the stage plays so much more than just tuneful family entertainment. But family entertainment, indeed light operetta is exactly what’s on tap here, even though the film adroitly improves on the stage production and doesn’t blink from showing the way the Austrians worked with and even welcomed the Nazis at every level of society, from the aristocracy to the middle class to the workers. Captain Von Trapp is very much alone in his disdain for the Fuhrer. You don’t remember that really, of course, because what dominates the memory is a score brimming with classic tunes and Julie Andrews simply radiating goodness as Maria. Memorable villains are a piece of cake, by the way. Creating memorable, genuinely nice people is nigh on impossible but Andrews accomplishes exactly that. And she sings like an angel. If you own the 45th anniversary edition, there’s no need to upgrade. If you don’t, the BluRay is pretty stunningly lovely.

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SONG OF THE SEA ($ 34.98 BluRay; Universal)
THE TALE OF THE PRINCESS KAGUYA ($ 34.98 BluRay; Universal)

The big shock when this year’s Oscar nominations were announced was the cold shoulder for The Lego Movie, one of the most successful and acclaimed films of the year. People foolishly blamed two of the movies they had never heard of that were nominated. I blame the inclusion of the very inferior movie The Boxtrolls. It was a technically challenging film from a company that has done wonderful work, but this wasn’t a creatively satisfying film according to virtually everyone. But most everyone else said, hey, what’s Song Of The Sea and The Tale Of The Princess Kaguya? Never heard of ’em! Well, Song is from the people behind The Secret Of Kells and uses an Irish folk tale to create a visually striking new film. Princess Kaguya is an even more gorgeous work from Studio Ghibli, the source for animation master Miyazaki. This fable proves the artisans that crafted his many masterpieces will be carrying on the tradition of excellent film work for years to come. Watch these and you won’t be complaining about why they were included; you’ll be complaining that they should have won over the middling effort Big Hero Six.

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RIDE THE PINK HORSE ($ 39.95 BluRay; Criterion)
THE SURE THING ($ 24.97 BluRay; Shout! Factory)
THE LADY FROM SHANGHAI ($ 14.98 BluRay; Mill Creek)
VINCENT & THEO ($ 29.95 BluRay; Olive)
THE WILD ONE ($ 14.98 BluRay; Mill Creek)
THE BREAKFAST CLUB 30TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION ($ 19.98 BlURay; Universal)

Robert Montgomery is a fascinating figure in Hollywood, both staunchly conservative and a bit of rebel thanks to going it online to purse his own projects after years in the studio system. He made a string of good to great movies, served as a pioneer in grooming politicians to make the most of their visual image via TV and the like (he served as an image consultant for President Eisenhower), fought corruption, hated commies and like any man’s man, genuinely put himself in harm’s way during World War Ii, ultimately winning the Bronze Star. He enjoyed big success as a producer in TV, where Robert Montgomery Presents was a big hit. His directorial efforts were less acclaimed but Montgomery hit a high water mark with the offbeat noir Ride A Pink Horse. (Even the title is offbeat!) It’s given loving treatment from Criterion but this is no lost classic. It’s a solid if second tier noir but with enough interest to make it worth your time. It’s the sort of release that let’s you know the folk at Criterion are people with their own quirky favorites and not just turning out the obvious big classics, like those AFI lists of the 100 Best Comedies that are depressingly middle brow.

John Cusack just switched some of his behind the scenes team and I couldn’t be happier. A terrific actor, Cusack has lost a step or two commercially and while he’s always working and always making money, he’s not building on the great early work of his career, at least not consistently. Here’s hoping he gets back on track and can make new films as fresh and distinctive as The Sure Thing. An early triumph for Rob Reiner, it’s a classic road movie with Cusack and Daphne Zuniga battling every step of the way as college students headed cross country. She’s meeting her boyfriend/husband-to-be while he’s hooking up with a sure thing. It’s a genuine delight. “Make love in a hammock!” is always good advice. Watch it and remind yourself how good he can be.

It’s another peak moment for fans of Orson Welles. A beautifully restored print of Chimes Of Midnight is on its way. A new book – Orson Welles’s Last Movie — tells the wild, hard to believe story of the making and unmaking of his still unseen final work The Other Side Of The Wind. And here is a gorgeous new BluRay print of his noir-ish The Lady From Shanghai. Not peak Welles but it has peak moments including a justly famous climax. This print looks just smashing.

Director Robert Altman was alone and all but forgotten during his years in the wilderness after the collapse of Popeye and before his comeback. He made modest, un-Altmanesque movies on a dime. But for my money they’re proud additions to his body of work and only add lustre to his legacy. Secret Honor is a compelling one-man show for Philip Baker Hall as NIxon. Streamers is a tight and nicely done adaptation of the stage play. And Vincent & Theo is an excellent example of that awful sub-genre: the film about a great artist. Often deadly dull, but this one is vibrant and alive, with excellent work by Tim Roth as Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Rhys as his much put-upon brother. It’s raw and passionate and exciting. No wonder his next film would be The Player.

The biker movie The Wild One was a sensation when it came out. Now it’s a curio, reduced to that one great bit of dialogue (“What are you rebelling against?” “Whatta ya got?”) and of course Brando. Marlon Brando makes it worth a look and this is a fine print. But the film is hopelessly dated despite his best effort.

The Breakfast Club is also dated, I must admit. A big favorite of mine on its release, the film was rightly dubbed The Little Chill while in production. Indeed, just like The Big Chill, it has remarkable casting (Jackie Burch did the honors) and scenes that imprinted themselves on a generation. Sure, it’s blame the parents attitude felt a little easy even then but it took its teenager heroes seriously, something you usually had to watch French films to see. But it holds up as a showcase for the great cast and as a time capsule for an era when young people at the center of a film felt like a novelty.

Thanks for reading. Michael Giltz is the founder of BookFilter, a book lover’s best friend. It’s a website that lets you browse for books online the way you do in a physical bookstore, provides comprehensive info on new releases every week in every category and offers passionate personal recommendations every step of the way. It’s like a fall book preview or holiday gift guide — but every week in every category. He’s also the cohost of Showbiz Sandbox, a weekly pop culture podcast that reveals the industry take on entertainment news of the day and features top journalists and opinion makers as guests. It’s available for free on iTunes. Visit Michael Giltz at his website and his daily blog.

Note: Michael Giltz is provided with free copies of DVDs and Blu-rays with the understanding that he would be considering them for review. Generally, he does not guarantee to review and he receives far more titles than he can cover.
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Rapper Kevin Gates — I Was Banging My Cousin for 2 YEARS!

Rapper Kevin Gates was having sex with a woman for nearly 2 years after finding out she was his cousin, and he tells us he’d do it again because there’s nothing wrong with it.Kevin just went on TMZ Live to clarify what he posted a few days back … that…

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Kevin Gates Admits He’s Having Sex With His Cousin And Doesn’t Plan To Stop [VIDEO]

Kevin Gates has championed himself the weirdo on several occasions, but his latest revelation to the world may go on to be insurmountable in the realm of struggledom.

The New Orleans MC is openly admitted he’s laying solid wood to his own kin. Bruh…

Via Billboard:

In a series of profanity-laced video posts to Instagram, the New Orleans rapper said he and his current girlfriend of three months had often been told they look like brother and sister but he hadn’t thought anything of it until his grandma told him they were related.

But, even still, he’s not going to give up on this girl.

He says the sex is good, “we click,” and they didn’t grow up together or anything, so they don’t know each other like that.

“Y’all done got the hard part out of the way,” he says. “Why f— up a good thing?”

Check out the Kevin Gates cousin revelation in the video below and hit the flip to hear him explain his incestuous actions.

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Kevin Gates Highlights Hard Work In “I Don’t Get Tired” Video

Whatever your means of making a living happens to be, a full honest effort is the only way to ensure you maximize your potential. Kevin Gates makes it a conscious effort to pepper his music of everyday ghetto topics with jewels in the rough for his fans to get inspired to.

This couldn’t be more evident for his new “I Don’t Get Tired” video which features edited tour footage with the record’s co-star, August Alsina and blue-collar Americans washing cars so their bills can be paid.

Lest ye forget, Gates is cross-promoting his energy drink with his every breath, so his entrepeneur spirit going into the new year is more vibrant than ever.

Take a look at the Jon J directed “I Don’t Get Tired” video. If you want the MP3, the Luca Brasi 2 mixtape is still free as air.


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Kimberly Gates, Chris Johnson

Poor teenie bopper, Kimberly Gates, has gone and banged up her daddy’s car! She tries to cute talk Chris Johnson into doing some pro-bono repair work but he’s got other ideas. If you don’t have the cash, you gotta give up the ass! After quickly verifying her ID to make sure she’s 18, he wastes like ZERO time pulling down her frilly shirt and blowing on her young nips. Then, he yanks off her black small and starts working her nubile loveliness right on his shaft bench! Our boy tongues her eager snatch like a champ while Kimberly murmurs sweetly. By the time he rams his wang in, she’s not just wet. She’s SOPPING moist. Watch her get broken in!

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