Wiz Khalifa & Curren$y “Garage Talk,” YBN Almighty Jay “Let Me Breathe” & More | Daily Visuals 3.13.19

Wiz Khalifa and Curren$ y have really been going hard with visual releases ever since dropping their latest project 2009 and in what seems to be a weekly exercise the two MC’s keep the work a-coming.

For their clip to their album cut “Garage Talk” Wiz and Spitta utilize some black-and-white animation to help them create an entertaining and memorable visual. Kinda surprised they didn’t just flaunt their luxury automobiles for this joint. We mean it is dubbed “Garage Talk,” but whatever.

And after suffering the biggest of L’s in the rap game this past weekend, YBN Almighty Jay gets back on his grind and releases “Let Me Breathe” which addresses some of the more controversial moments in his young rap career. Y’all don’t want no smoke with his Rap-A-Lot family.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from G Herbo, 42 Dugg featuring Yo Gotti, and more.

WIZ KHALIFA & CURREN$ Y – “GARAGE TALK”

YBN ALMIGHTY JAY – “LET ME BREATHE”

G HERBO – “WILT CHAMBERLAIN”

BENNY BLANCO, TAINY, SELENA GOMEZ & J BALVIN – “I CAN’T GET ENOUGH”

42 DUGG FT. YO GOTTI – “YOU DA ONE”

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Smif N Wessun “Let It Go,” Lazarus ft. Ghostface Killah “Decapitation Chamber” & More | Daily Visuals 12.12.18

Brooklyn, stand up! Some OG’s are back on the block talkin’ that sh*t that made your head bop back in the day and given the current climate of Hip-Hop music, it’s very much needed.

First up with have Bucktown representatives Smif N Wessun reuniting for the visuals to the 9th Wonder produced “Let It Go” in which the duo and their crew creep through the back blocks of Brooklyn where real heads stomp and hipsters dare not venture.

Elsewhere, Ghostface Killah links up with Detroit’s own Lazarus and in the grindhouse-ish clip to “Decapitation Chamber” find themselves in a torture room where some unlucky gentlemen are at the mercy of the two rappers.

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from K. Roosevelt, K Camp, and more.

SMIF N WESSUN – “LET IT GO”

LAZARUS FT. GHOSTFACE KILLAH – “DECAPITATION CHAMBER”

K. ROOSEVELT – “ONE NIGHT STAND”

K CAMP – “CHERISH MY DAWGS”

24HRS – “FAMILY & MONEY”

LAZY-BOY – “GANG TIES”

A-TOWN – “SKRT SKRT”

D. SAVAGE – “OPERA”

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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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Getting Divorced? 6 Ways You Have to ‘Let It Go’

If you spend time around young kids, you’ve probably heard Disney’s Frozen soundtrack more times than you can count. But have you ever really listened to the lyrics of “Let It Go,” the mega-hit song from that film? Elsa, the feisty heroine of the story, sings: “Let it go, let it go/ Can’t hold it back anymore. Let it go, let it go/ Turn away and slam the door.”

If you’re going to survive the inevitable challenges, hurts, and tough decisions you’ll face during a divorce, you’d be wise to take Elsa’s advice. Here are 6 things you’ll have to “let go” if you want to move forward with your life:

  1. People who don’t support you. There’s an old saying: “If you’re not part of the solution, you’re part of the problem.” When you go through difficult times, you find out who’s really in your corner. Some friends and relatives who you thought would always be there for you will end up abandoning you. Others, including some folks you don’t think of as part of your inner circle, will step up and offer astonishing amounts of support, kindness and sage advice. Until you experience tough times, you really don’t know who will fall into which camp. Once it becomes clear that a particular person just isn’t there for you (or may even be working against you), you need to let them go. Concentrate on keeping the positive people in your life and actively seek out new friends who share your interests and sensibilities. (And remember, friendship is a 2-way proposition. Make sure you reach out to those around you who need a helping hand).
  2. Anger. Buddha said, “Holding on to anger is like grasping a hot coal with the intent of throwing it at someone else; you are the one who gets burned.” A divorce involves so many hurts and frustrations that it provides an unlimited supply of grist for the “anger mill.” Anger is an essential part of the grieving and recovery process, so these feelings are understandable and — to a point — useful. However, eventually your wrath will outlive its usefulness. It will work against you, poisoning your spirit and preventing you from living a full life. Acknowledge your anger, then work through it by accepting responsibility for your own life. Consciously decide to move on, to be happy and positive instead of bitter and miserable.
  3. Paralyzing Fear. Fear is a basic human emotion; it’s built into our DNA because it is required for our survival as individuals and as a species. What’s tricky is figuring out how to distinguish between circumstances that are truly threatening and those that merely bring us out of our comfort zone. Artist Georgia O’Keefe said: “I’ve been absolutely terrified every moment of my life — and I’ve never let it keep me from doing a single thing I’ve wanted to do.” Ask yourself: “What do I want to do that I’m afraid to do?” Chances are, the thing that you fear most is the very thing you really need to do. Start small, then work up to your biggest bugaboo. There is no limit to what you can accomplish once you let go of fear.
  4. Bad habits. When we feel upset or frustrated, it’s easy to fall into toxic habits. Think of these as a modern day version of “the 7 deadly sins:” gluttony (overindulgence in food, alcohol, or drugs), sloth (isolation and lack of exercise), envy (wanting what others have, which inevitably leads to self-pity), pride (inability to ask for help when you need it), lust (looking for love in all the wrong places), wrath (lashing out at others), and greed (focusing on what you lack instead of what you have). Obviously, none of these “sins” will serve you well. Let them go and replace them with their virtuous counterparts: temperance, exercise, socialization, kindness, generosity, love, and above all, gratitude.
  5. Possessions that weigh you down. In her best-selling book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: the Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing, Marie Kondo advises, “The best way to choose what to keep and what to throw away is to take each item in one’s hand and ask: ‘Does this spark joy?’ If it does, keep it. If not, dispose of it.” Look around you: are you surrounded by depressing mementos of your past? Do you live among objects that not only don’t bring you joy, but cause you pain and distress? Let them go. Pass the family photos along to your children. Replace the linens and towels you once shared with your spouse. Sell the jewelry your husband gave you. Use eBay or Craigslist to get rid of the fancy wedding china that you never use. Donate any outdated or ill-fitting clothing. Have a big yard sale and use the proceeds to buy new furnishings for your fabulous new life.
  6. Your old vision of the future. This last item is really tough. One of my favorite quotes comes from philosopher Joseph Campbell: “We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us.” Your post-divorce life may be radically different from the life you once expected, so you’ll have to refocus your vision to match your new circumstances. Divorce initiates major life changes, many of which are extremely unwelcome and difficult to accept. You may be forced to leave your “dream” home, your income may decrease, and you may have to redefine how you and your children spend the holidays. Events you once blissfully looked forward to — growing old with your spouse, sitting side by side at your children’s weddings, hosting your grandchildren together — probably aren’t going to happen. And you will definitely have to learn how to depend more on yourself. It’s not easy, but if you want to be happy, you’ll have to let go of the old image of your life and replace it with an exciting new vision of your own design.

Alexander Graham Bell once said: “When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us.”

Don’t waste time focusing on what’s behind you. Take Elsa’s advice: turn away and slam the door. You’ll find a new door in front of you — the door that leads to your future happy life. Don’t be afraid to open it!

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The Beatles’ ‘Let It Be’ Turns 45: Track-by-Track Album Review

Over the course of 16 months beginning in early 1969, an ambitious project that was titled Get Back and intended to document the back-to-basics rebirth of the Beatles devolved into Let It Be, a heavily fussed-over hodgepodge of live and studio cuts finally issued a month after the band had broken up. It’s a messy end to the Fab Four story, though in some ways, it’s not an ending at all.Released 45 years ago today, on May 8, 1970, Let It Be isn’t really the final Beatles studio album. It was recorded almost entirely in January 1969, shortly before the lads regrouped, worked their magic one last time, and cut the vastly superior Abbey Road, which dropped in September ‘69.Whereas Abbey Road came together somewhat naturally—in a proper studio, with longtime producer George Martin at the helm—Let It Be (and its accompanying film) was completely forced. Its uncharacteristic spottiness has much to do with the wrongheaded approach.From the
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T-Pain & The-Dream Connect On “Let Your Hair Down” | Wired Tracks 3.23.15 [LISTEN]

T-Pain returns to the Internets with a new heater titled “Let Your Hair Down,” the highlighted cut in today’s Wired Tracks.

Assisted by The-Dream and Vantrease, the smooth record will appear on the auto-crooner’s upcoming mixtape, The Iron Way, due to release on Friday, March 27.

Stream “Let Your Hair Down” below. There, you’ll also hear material from Yelawolf, Russ, and Shawnna.

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Russ ft. Bogus – “Shootin Up”

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Shawnna – “Money”

Yelawolf – “American You”

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Audiences ‘Let Freedom Ring’ At ‘The Interview’ Screenings In New York City

“The Interview” probably should have been called “The Honey Pot.”

It’s a term and idea frequently referenced in the Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg co-directed film, in which Rogen’s character explains, “It’s an attractive spy woman who lures men into doing shit they’re not supposed to do.”

At the 10 a.m. Christmas Day screening of “The Interview” at Cinema Village — the only theater currently showing the film in Manhattan — it was hard not to feel like audiences had been honey-potted in some respect. In this case, they were lured into showing up with notions of protecting free speech and and the sexiness of sticking it to the hackers who, last week, dared to evoke the memory of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks in their threats.

The idea that seeing “The Interview” in theaters was important or even patriotic was only amplified by the scene in and around Cinema Village. Many media members (myself included) pounced on moviegoers as they purchased tickets. Inside, theater manager Lee Peterson introduced the comedy by quoting “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee.”

“Let freedom ring,” Peterson said to the crowd of around 100 people. “No one can tell us what we can or can’t see. So enjoy the film.”

It’s a seductive narrative, mostly because people don’t like being told they can’t see something –especially by hackers that may or may not be working for a brutal dictatorship in North Korea. It’s likely one of the reasons that all of Cinema Village’s afternoon screenings are sold out — even after Sony made the film available to stream online for half the price of a theater ticket.

It’s all this buzz surrounding the movie, and Sony’s flip flop on releasing the film, that was what brought Jacqueline and Anthony Goodling to the movie theater.

“I wanted to come down here and see all the hype around something,” said Anthony Goodling. “But, in reality, it’s a movie, and for everyone to blow it out of proportion like they did, I just think it’s going to be really good and really funny.”

Jacqueline, his wife, added that they didn’t have any plans to see “The Interview” before Sony pulled it from theaters last week, but decided to after it became an issue of free speech.

Other theatergoers, such as Karen Shea and her husband, planned to see the film all along, but admitted they came out today due to “curiosity” and due to the “novelty” of Sony briefly pulling it from theaters.

The movie itself is everything you’d expect from a movie starring Seth Rogen and James Franco –dick jokes, fart jokes, celebrity cameos and even the delightful integration of language from the Internet’s favorite Deranged Sorority Girl Email. It’s not exactly ground-breaking stuff, but audiences are at least now able to make the choice to see those dick and fart jokes for themselves.

“We live in an area where we have freedom of speech, and can see anything as far as movies and media,” Jacqueline Goodling said. “And this was shut down for a period of time, just because of the hacking and because of the fear that we had. That’s not what we’re about.”
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George Takei, the beloved actor, activist and social media guru, has taken his talents and applied them to Disney’s “Frozen.” Takei posted a photo of himself wearing a ski cap that teased his version of “Let It Go,” the hit, Oscar-winning song pretty much everyone has covered in some form or another over the last six months.


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We’ll update this post if and when Takei posts his version of “Let It Go.” (The cold never bothered us anyway.)
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