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March Madness is upon us, and while the victors get the glory, the losers must relive their crushing defeat at a mandatory post-game press conference. Watch this humiliating tradition play out as the heartbroken Blue Bears field any and all questions from reporters.
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Like we told you beforehand, Tyler Thomas is lyrically inclined but still cool enough to rock a party with a blunt behind his ear. The Los Angeles Hip-Hopper’s formal debut in the form of the Birds I View EP.
Over the course nine tracks produced by The Stereotypes, the curious Cali kid brings listeners into his world that juggles life through a cloudy mind and punching the clock on an insatiable paper chase quest.
The ode to his neighborhood–“Lincoln Ave”–doubles as the project’s opener and its coinciding video also dropped today as well.
Listen and download Thomas’ Birds I View EP down below and check out his official site to peep all the videos he’s released thus far.
Photo: Instagram / Tyler Thomas
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Angry Nerd has been to the future and he brings back an important message: don’t see the new X-Men movie. With a scrambled timeline and inclusion of too many sub-franchises, the film adds a new dimension to the “days of future past” continuum: straight confusion.
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(AllHipHop News) The Weeknd is having a monster 2015. Three of the Canadian singer’s singles reached the Top 5 on the Hot 100 this year, and now Hits Daily Double is predicting his new album Beauty Behind The Madness will open with big sales numbers.
According to the industry website, Beauty is currently projected to push 385,000 – 410,000 SPS units. The LP totaled over 21 million streams on Spotify in the first four days and has already reached number one on iTunes in 68 territories around the world.
The hit records “Earned It,” “The Hills,” and “Can’t Feel My Face” along with a performance at the MTV Video Music Awards have helped The Weeknd gained widespread national exposure. The 25-year-old R&B star collected Ed Sheeran and Lana Del Rey as guest features for Beauty Behind The Madness.
The Weeknd just released previews of his ‘Beauty Behind The Madness’ album.
Travi$ Scott and Banks are scheduled to be the opening acts.
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Last week I published a raw home-movie of my past year leading up to my divorce. I have been in this whirlwind of praise and progress and fighting my inner-dialogue that is often focusing on those who cast stones. I could get lost playing out the cringes, laughs and feigned gag gestures. Instead, I’m going to get lost in the absolute wonder of the unexpected. I knew I’d survive. I knew I’d put those I love first and that my children would be informed. They’d feel respected and showered with supportive love and presence in this transition. I committed to that.
At best, I thought I’d get back on my feet. I’d make some new friends and put one foot in front of the other. It’s what I do. What I was never prepared for (and still can’t quite comprehend.) is that anyone (Not just a friend trying to encourage me!) would be touched or inspired. If I were contrived or creating pretty word for puffery and stories I can deal with that. I often think through story plots, audience reception and conveying a point. I can accept the praise for such writing and feel secure in knowing I created something or worked at it, made blank pages into an experience.
To soul-bare is entirely different. To throw all of it at the screen, paper and into the ether fearlessly was merely an act of self-sustaining. It’s a small rebellion against all notions of “what should be” vs “what I am.” To have my true feelings resonate and compel people to send beautiful letters and stories and love, that I was not ready for. I didn’t make this. I just am. It all feels foreign and surreal.
I didn’t act in bravery. In fact, I was selfish, lost, bargaining with grief, self-esteem and loss. I lied…to myself, to everyone, and then I stopped lying all together. A bit of a polar flip. I also stood in it, maybe I even took on more than I should have? At this level of self-effacement, what are degrees of shame or blame? These words, are not my best work, they are not even “work. ” They fall out of my fingers like my hair in such stress.
They just are. And I am reeling in the beauty and fear of knowing that all criticisms and judgments usually come from the owner and I, the catalyst, brought it out to surface. So to be fair, Shouldn’t this be my belief with praise? I’m more touched to see so many people find permission and acceptance to let their own strength, truth and self-love bubble up. It is not mine that touches them; it is their own souls feeling heard in my story. It’s overwhelming, and I am beyond gratitude, I am compelled to find a better more revered word to encapsulate how blessed I feel.
I’m still nobody to most. I’m not changing the world and I know how fleeting all things are, so I pause to push myself to just be in it. It will most likely be gone tomorrow or in a month, but today I am inspired. Charles Bukowski was raw, off-putting, lowbrow and in your face. I used to loathe his work. Now, I see his genius is in owning himself. Owning all of it. I hope to stay that honest. To not get beat down by the discomfort of others and to never stop trying. Truth makes me want to be better, kinder, and more flexible. If I never hear another positive word of encouragement, this past week has filled me up. It’s pure and it is petrifying, but I’m going to return it’s power back out to universe, or die trying.
Oh, and lastly take this grammar gods. Some times, not often, but sometimes content outshines the rules.
“An Almost Made Up Poem.”
by Charles Bukowski
I see you drinking at a fountain with tiny
blue hands, no, your hands are not tiny
they are small, and the fountain is in France
where you wrote me that last letter and
I answered and never heard from you again.
you used to write insane poems about
ANGELS AND GOD, all in upper case, and you
knew famous artists and most of them
were your lovers, and I wrote back, it’ all right,
go ahead, enter their lives, I’ not jealous
because we’ never met. we got close once in
New Orleans, one half block, but never met, never
touched. so you went with the famous and wrote
about the famous, and, of course, what you found out
is that the famous are worried about
their fame — not the beautiful young girl in bed
with them, who gives them that, and then awakens
in the morning to write upper case poems about
ANGELS AND GOD. we know God is dead, they’ told
us, but listening to you I wasn’ sure. maybe
it was the upper case. you were one of the
best female poets and I told the publishers,
editors, ” her, print her, she’ mad but she’
magic. there’ no lie in her fire.” I loved you
like a man loves a woman he never touches,
only writes to, keeps little photographs of. I would have
loved you more if I had sat in a small room rolling a
cigarette and listened to you piss in the bathroom,
but that didn’ happen. your letters got sadder.
your lovers betrayed you. kid, I wrote back, all
lovers betray. it didn’ help. you said
you had a crying bench and it was by a bridge and
the bridge was over a river and you sat on the crying
bench every night and wept for the lovers who had
hurt and forgotten you. I wrote back but never
heard again. a friend wrote me of your suicide
3 or 4 months after it happened. if I had met you
I would probably have been unfair to you or you
to me. it was best like this.
“Shimmer with a smile. Life is hard, bloom anyway.”
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Today, Hip-Hop Wired highlights a new track by Future in Wired Tracks. Continuing his “Monster Monday” campaign and keeping in mind that the NCAA tournament is just around the corner, he delivers a track called “March Madness.”
Produced by Tarantino, the record features Future spitting raps laden with excessive flossing and numerous references to his baller lifestyle.
“March Madness” can be heard below, along with songs by Big Sant, Flatbush Zombies, Charles Hamilton, Kembe X, and Russ.
Big Sant ft. Scotty ATL – “Fast Lane”
Flatbush Zombies ft. Skepta – “Redeye To Paris”
Charles Hamilton – “Headed To The Top”
Kembe X – “Feeling Like The Man”
Russ – “Out Of Tune”
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Future releases new track “March Madness” for his #MONSTERMONDAY series and of course just in time for NCAA’s March Madness Tournament. Produced by Tarentino. Check out Future’s latest projects “Monster” & “Beast Mode”. Stream “March Madness” below.
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Midsummer madness can involve any number of interesting events or life changes — a last-minute romantic vacation splurge, a BFF spontaneous road trip, a cross-country move for your dream job or the monumental first fall semester at college — and all involve some sort of beauty prep work, makeover or packing of essential beauty items. These plans often trigger instant panic or fuel our desperate desire for a mini or even maxi overhaul in the beauty department. But it is possible to roll with the madness (and get great results), with a little planning. . . .
1. Get a game plan.
Whether you have 3 hours or 3 days to whip up your new image, pause and assess your needs so you can assimilate your makeover action plan. Make a list of what you need to do or what you’d like to accomplish — writing it down will give you clarity and focus. Next, pull out your calendar and book time for yourself.
2. Consider one-stop shopping.
While I prefer to do as much DIY as I can, my favorite technique is to call and book into a salon that does it all. In a pinch you can hit the mall — most usually offer a variety of walk-in welcome salons, stores and kiosks to accommodate even the most challenging grooming and product needs. Try chain stores like Sephora, Ulta, Target and Kohl’s (all also available online) — you’ll be surprised what you’ll find there.
3. Collect as you go.
Remember to pick up travel-size beauty samples at your cosmetics counter when you’re out and about. You can find everything from eye-remedy creams and serums to mini-mascaras and travel-friendly hair products; I keep a Ziploc bag of my faves in my bathroom cabinet, that way, when I get whisked away on a last-minute business trip or my son’s volleyball tournament six hours’ away, I don’t need to shop — I’m always ready to go.
4. Try a house call.
Ask your local salon if its staff makes house calls — it’s a super-convenient option, even if it costs a bit more. Another trendy, up-and-coming beauty option is to call in the professionals from Vensette.com, an on-demand beauty service that makes same-day office visits and house calls in record time. The best news is you can book online or through the service’s mobile app.
5. Shop online.
Check your favorite beauty apps and fashionista sites for inspiration. Consider ordering your everyday items (makeup sponges, brushes) in kits or in bulk. I always use the online beauty site frendsbeauty.com; they deliver overnight or the same day if you are local. Ask for samples, travel-size beautification elixirs and short-order to-go potions or have them throw in small refillable bottles. Ordering online also allows you to have extra time and energy for last-minute wardrobe incentives or accessories (or just an afternoon nap or extra Pilates class).
6. Think fresh.
Whether it’s a new mani/pedi, a full-body scrub, spray tan or if you’re simply trying out a few new bronzers and glosses — go with the glow and do what feels good to you this summer. And don’t skip the basics that can help get make any trip, event or new job effortless: the necessary lash and brown arch, the perfect trim, a twisted knot, braided bun or chic blow out. Even a few extra naturally adhered lashes make all the difference in the world.
7. Mix and match.
Your whole goal here is to map out a detailed list of your beauty must-dos and manage your makeover in minutes. So don’t forget to mix and match: inexpensive with that must-have item; time-consuming treatments with “quick fixes”; salon treatments with DIY home remedies.
The key is to have fun — enjoy your makeover with minimal madness no matter what your motives are. The ultimate solution to a new and better you is minutes away.
Nicole Cothrun Venables is a Hollywood stylist with two dozen films and television shows to her credit. Her interviews and beauty articles have appeared in Elle, InStyle, Women’s World and Los Angeles.
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