If The Donald is real enough to oblige, we have a few more musical suggestions that could help re-define his already tarnished presidency and maybe, just maybe, make America great for once.
On this day in 1994, Mary J. Blige released her sophomore album My Life, which went on to go triple platinum and cement the singer's position as the Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul.
Frank Ocean fans rejoice. The elusive singer, who recently gave his first interview in years during Obama‘s final state dinner, has announced his first batch of shows following the release of Blonde. From Vulture: “He’s set to headline next year’s Lovebox Festival in London on July 14, 2017 — which is being called a ‘London […]
Everyone deals with injustice differently. Millions of Americans have already gathered in the streets to protest the election of Donald Trump. Not to mention the countless others seeking more radical forms of resistance underground. But the system that gave us President Trump can’t be fixed if we’re not all ready and willing to forfeit […]
Frank Ocean‘s Blonde was one of the most anticipated and acclaimed albums of the year, so it was a surprise when it was announced that the album wasn’t submitted for Grammy Award consideration. Though many were disappointed, including Kanye West, Ocean isn’t too concerned. “That institution certainly has nostalgic importance,” he told the New York Times in […]
Kanye opened up on a recent tour stop about why he may boycott the Grammy’s over Frank Ocean: “I was supposed to go on a tour with GaGa, about 6,7 years ago or something around that. She wasn’t nominated for Best New Artist, right? But they wanted her to perform at the show. They wanted […]
Kanye West has a few things to say to the Grammy’s organization. The rapper did what he does best during the Oakland stop his Saint Pablo Tour. He ranted about his feelings toward the upcoming award show, threatening to to boycott the 2017 Grammys if Frank Ocean doesn’t receive nominations for his two albums Blonde […]
https://twitter.com/TheKitchenSynk/status/788597961475366913?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw Last night marked the final State Dinner of Obama‘s presidency, and the event was a star-studded affair. Held in honor of Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi, the dinner played host to everyone from Gwen Stefani to Jerry Seinfeld. Also in attendance were Frank Ocean and Chance The Rapper, who were both invited personally. Frank […]