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  1. Social media identified the 18-year-old as one of two people killed in a crash early Sunday. CSUN said the other victim was student Ezekial Bishop. View the full article
  2. British singer-songwriter Jessie Ware's intimate, dance-centered videos for the album "What's Your Pleasure?" get creative in the era of COVID-19. View the full article
  3. The surprise and surprising new album from Taylor Swift moved the sales-and-streams equivalent of 846,000 copies in the U.S. in its debut week. View the full article
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  5. In another incident tied to indie label Burger Records, Arrow de Wilde accused the Growlers of orchestrating the assault. Brooks Nielsen apologized. View the full article
  6. In the coronavirus era musicians, longing to connect with friends and neighbors, and eager to practice their art, have taken to their porches, patios, driveways and yards to play for passersby. View the full article
  7. Miss Mercy joined Pamela Des Barres in Frank Zappa's all-girl rock band the GTOs (Girls Together Outrageously) before becoming a style icon of her own. View the full article
  8. Reality star Tamar Braxton and WeTV cut ties Friday following her apparent suicide attempt and allegations that she was betrayed, overworked and underpaid. View the full article
  9. After Beyoncé released her visual album 'Black Is King' on Disney+, fans flocked to social media with reactions. The praise was nuanced, specific and abundant. View the full article
  10. Coming into the NBA bubble, it was clear that many players wanted to speak on issues pertaining to racial inequality, and police brutality. So far, we have seen numerous players and teams make public statements that will certainly go a long way when it comes to public awareness on important topics. Perhaps one of the more interesting league initiatives is one that allows players to wear social justice messages on the backs of their jerseys. Many players have opted into this, although LeBron James and Anthony Davis have opted against it as they felt there simply wasn't enough choice in regards to messaging. In an interview with The Undefeated, Chris Paul was asked about LeBron's hesitance to wear such a message and whether or not it was a big deal. As Paul explained, every player has the right to choose as they wish and that personally, he was eager to host a message on his uniform. Getty Images/Getty Images for EIF & XQ “That’s exactly why we have a league where you get a chance to make a choice,” Paul said. “And I respect any of those guys’ decisions. They may have their reasons why or not. For me … I was excited about the opportunity to speak on ‘Equality’ because I was asked about it. And also, for me, I envisioned my kids watching the game, my homies back home who go to the barbershops and talk about us and whatnot.” LeBron and AD certainly aren't alone although, considering the former's devotion to social justice, some felt the decision to be a little bizarre. Regardless, everyone has their own way of showing support, and it's clear the NBA bubble will be a beacon of political awareness. [Via] View the full article
  11. 2Pac's death remains one of hip-hop's biggest tragedies, spawning countless what-if scenarios regarding potential collaborations. And while proper answers remain out of reach, many posthumous albums have provided a window into what Pac would have sounded like alongside some of the game's best emcees. In 2002, the double-disc Better Dayz project found him connecting with a young and hungry Tip Harris, who hopped on board for the Jazze Pha remix of "Changed Man." An introduction to T.I. for many young listeners, the Atlanta rapper easily stood out with a breakneck flow; though it's difficult to say whether he and Pac would have connected as men, they certainly made for a compelling duet on wax. As for Pac, he sounds at home over Jazze Pha's twangy guitar-driven production, an unconventional but effective pairing evocative of the early millennium sound. A far cry from Pac's sound while living, but an appreciated experiment all the same. Plus, it's interesting to hear T.I. at the onset at his career, securing a spot alongside one of hip-hop's enduring legends. Relive this one for yourself right here. QUOTABLE LYRICS And fuck your homeboys n***a we can drop the guns I hit your block and we can box for fun N***a one on one, last to fall is a ballin' cat It's Death Row, why the fuck you think we call it that? So if you knew me in my past life Don't act like we homeboys, ain't no love in the fast life View the full article
  12. Ever since Tinker Hatfield designed the Air Jordan 3 back in 1988, it has become one of the most popular sneakers out there. From a historical context, it is quite possibly the most important shoe in the entire Jordan line, and as a result, Jumpman has come through with plenty of dope colorways over the years. One of those colorways is the "Fire Red" offering which seems to get a retro every few years, much to the delight of sneakerheads everywhere. Now, the Jordan 3 "Fire Red" is coming back but with an interesting twist. In the official images below, you can see that the elephant print on the back heel and toe box is actually made with denim. This is a very interesting twist, especially when you consider how Jordan Brand has been doing a ton of experimentation with denim as of late. It's a clean look that will add some interesting textures to a sneaker that has already been known for its innovation. You can expect these to drop on August 27th for $200 USD. This release date is subject to change so stay tuned for updates in case anything changes. Image via Nike Image via Nike Image via Nike Image via Nike View the full article
  13. When an artist reaches the popularity of Lil Baby, it's only a matter of time before he began branching out into the crossover market. Today, the Quality Control rapper connected with a fellow ATLien, the talented Mariah The Scientist, fresh off the release of her 2019 debut album Master. The end result is "Always N Forever," a melodic single that enhances its romance with cleverly arranged synthesizers. Mariah's vocals shine for the first half, her reflections on newfound perspective well-appreciated. By the time Lil Baby slides through, he knows exactly what he has to do. Play the role of a good-intentioned counterpart, one who suggests that this time things will be different than the last. It might not be what his core fans expect, but shining on verses of this nature are a must for long-term commercial viability -- think of how dangerous the Quality Control artist might be with one hundred percent crossover potential? It doesn't hurt that the pair have solid chemistry, bringing that Atlanta swagger to the mix. Check it out for yourself, and sound off in the comments. QUOTABLE LYRICS Baby you should know that I'm fuckin' with you for you Bought the Lamb truck cash, and doubled back and bought the coupe It ain't nothing you can ask for, I see myself won't do Got the Cartier skeleton and you got one too View the full article
  14. Union and Jordan Brand got together back in 2018 and delivered an Air Jordan 1 collaboration for the ages. Both colorways featured elements from some of the best Air Jordan 1s of all-time, and as you can imagine, fans loved it. In fact, the collab goes for insane prices on the resale market as numerous people missed out on their chance to cop, seeing as the stock was so low. With this success in mind, it's not a surprise that both brands would try to relive the magic and come right back with yet another collaboration. This time, they have come together on the Air Jordan 4, which once again, will have two colorways. The first of these colorways, "Off Noir/Lt Fusion Red-Brigade Blue," was recently shown off in some teaser images on Instagram, but now, an official look is available courtesy of the sneaker reseller app GOAT. As you can see, the upper is black, while blue is placed on the cuff. Red highlights are also found throughout, as the midsole and tongue are dressed in a creamy beige tone. This colorway has been quite polarizing so far with mixed reactions from sneakerheads. Regardless, it will surely move quite a few units, and so far, it is expected to drop on August 15th. Stay tuned to HNHH in case any of this information changes. Image via GOAT Image via GOAT Image via GOAT View the full article
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