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[Music] Ciara - I Bet (review)

Review: The sleek and modern R&B of Ciara’s 2013 self-titled album helped re-establish the singer as more than just the photogenic face of crunk&B’s once inescapable chart success, positioning her instead as an enduring talent – she debuted her “Goodies” all the way back in 2004 – with impeccable taste. 236 more words


Listen to From First to Last's "Dead Trees"

It’s been a few months since From First to last have revealed anything and on this dreaded Monday, the band gave fans a little something to be thankful for this week; a new song. 158 more words

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Midnite ride tru in December

VI reggae trailblazers Midnite is back with yet another album with acclaimed U.S. production trio Zion I KingsZion High Productions, I Grade Records… 58 more words


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New Album by Midnite in December! [caption id="attachment_80" align="alignnone" width="300"]Album Cover Album Cover[/caption]   Midnite - Ride Tru CD / DIGITAL RELEASE [I Grade Records] Release date: 12/2/2014 Tracklist: 01. Calm The Day 02. To Them 03. To Ge Da 04. Restore 05. Credited 06. Conquering Lion 07. Voices of The Remnancy 08. Haile Selassie I The First Time 09. Arise Again 10. I Beseech Jah feat. Pressure 11. Worry Free 12. How I & I Carry On 13. Ride Tru ridetrutracklist

"The more I see, the less I know for sure"*...

This is a serious subject, not a joke, and this site is here to expose the actions of those who exploited these young men and defrauded us their fans.

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MINX (밍스): Why Did You Come To My Home? (우리 집에 왜 왔니?)

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Today in Madonna History: October 6, 1982

On October 6 1982, “Everybody” – the debut single by Madonna – was released by Sire/Warner Bros Records in the US on 7-inch and 12-inch single formats. 80 more words


Video: Sleepwave (Ex-Underoath)- 'Through The Looking Glass'

Oh the glory days of Underoath. Remember them? Fronted by 2 vocalists, Spencer Chamberlain and Aaron Gillespie. Since the band called it quits early last year, Aaron committed to Paramore, filling in for their drummer who was unable to tour with them. 133 more words