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Asylums share “unhinged” new track ‘Crypto Klepto’

Asylums have released a brand new single called ‘Crypto Klepto’ – you can check out the song’s video below.

The rip-roaring new track is the Southend band’s first new music since the release of their third album, 2020’s ‘Genetic Cabaret’.

According to a press release, the latest track from the four-piece rock outfit – comprising Luke Branch, Jazz Miell, Michael Webster, Henry Tyler – is the sound of “confusion and technological disorientation, borrowing musical bits from Beastie Boys, Bad Brains and Public Image Ltd, then refracting them through the mind of Philip K Dick at his most dystopian.”

It added: “It’s the sound of the Web2 and Web3 paradigm shift reorganised using the William Burroughs cut-up technique.”

Recorded at the legendary Rockfield Studios in Wales, ‘Crypto Klepto’ was produced by Dave Eringa (Manic Street Preachers, Idlewild, The Proclaimers).

“I can honestly say this is one of the most unhinged songs I’ve ever produced and up above 215bpm one of the fastest too,” Eringa said of the track. “At that speed, it’s genuinely difficult to get it this heavy but the booming tom overdubs and the phalanx of fuzz guitars that annex the second verse gets us there I think and the ‘Lalala’ backing vocals notch the crazy up a level too!! Wild punk rock insanity!!!! Love it!”

You can watch the song’s JJ Eringa-directed video below:

While there is no official word on when Asylums will release their fourth album, the band have said they will be announcing it very soon.

‘Genetic Cabaret’ was released on July 17, 2020, via the band’s own DIY label Cool Thing Records; it featured the singles ‘Catalogue Kids’‘A Perfect Life In A Perfect World’ and ‘The Distance Between Left & Right’.

Though Cool Thing, Asylums have helped to nurture a roster of talent in recent years, putting out records by the likes of BLAB, A Cause In Distress and more.

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Lloyd Banks announces summer release for ‘COTI’ sequel

Lloyd Banks has announced that a sequel to last year’s ‘COTI (The Course Of The Inevitable)’ will be arriving this summer.

READ MORE: Soundtrack Of My Life – 50 Cent

The former G-Unit rapper took to social media yesterday (April 29) to post a graphic that reads: “COTI2 Summer 2022.”

In the comments section of his Instagram post, Harlem rapper Vado shared that The Council – the rap supergroup he’s a member of alongside Banks and Dave East – will feature on ‘The Course Of The Inevitable 2’.

Prior to the release of last year’s ‘COTI’, Banks hadn’t released a full-length project since his 2016 mixtape ‘Halloween Havoc 3: Four Days Of Fury’. His last official album before that was 2010’s ‘The Hunger For More 2′.

You can see Banks’ post below:

— Lloydbanks (@Lloydbanks) April 29, 2022

News of a new album comes after Banks tweeted back in February: “I can’t wait for y’all to hear this sh!t SMH,” letting fans know just how excited he is about the forthcoming release.

Meanwhile, 50 Cent has hit out at network STARZ over the rollout of his new series Power Book IV: Force.

The rapper took to social media last month to explain why he won’t have a series airing on STARZ for the next six months.

“I have 4 more episodes of FORCE, then I don’t have anything airing on STARZ for six months so y’all know the vibes,” the G-Unit head honcho wrote on Twitter.

Responding to a fan’s enquiry about the forthcoming hiatus of Power, 50 Cent returned to Twitter to explain: “FORCE is the highest rated premier of any show on the network.

“When they take too long to green light it, it pushes the production time line back. after tonight’s episode there are 3 left, April 10 it’s a wrap. Then 6 months till i have anything new.”

He’s also revealed that the Snoop Dogg TV series he was working on is no longer in production due to STARZ dropping “the damn ball”.

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Maxwell, Joe and Anthony Hamilton Soulfully Command the ‘Night’ at Inglewood’s Kia Forum

The newly christened Kia Forum in Inglewood, Calif., oozed with soul Friday night (April 29) as Maxwell and his fellow gurus of love — Joe and Anthony Hamilton — rolled into town for the latest stop on Maxwell’s The Night Tour. As Maxwell proclaimed at one point to a screaming audience, “We’re three Black men here on this stage to celebrate you.”

Given that this particular tour stop was rescheduled from its original April 15 date owing to COVID-19 protocols, audience anticipation was revved up even higher.  However, the R&B trio more than met the demand expected of them, packing a lot into their respective sets. Among the celebs in the audience co-signing their electric performances were Bobby Brown, Kelly Rowland, Lalah Hathaway and Beyoncé’s mom, Tina Lawson.

Maxwell’s 75-minute performance included the faves that have continued to propel his 26-year, five-album career (blacksummers’NIGHT, finale to his 2009-launched trilogy, is due this year). Opening with an energizing take on “Sumthin Sumthin,” the three-time Grammy winner quickly segued into “Dancewitme” and then “Lifetime” before welcoming the audience, thanking them for their ongoing support and launching into “Fortunate.” Rocking the head-crowning Afro that harkens back to his 1996 Urban Hang Suite days, Maxwell also proved he still possesses the sensual, undulating moves that continue to keep his legion of female fans enraptured.

Delving further into his catalog, Maxwell wrapped his warm, mellow vocals around additional songs such as “Bad Habits,” “Stop the World” (even dropping to his knees) and “Pretty Wings.” But just as deliciously pleasing were his detours, like his sexy riff on Prince’s “Do Me, Baby” and a compelling cover of the Heatwave standard “Always and Forever.” Of the latter, Maxwell noted to the multi-generational audience, “This song is for everybody. Your parents, aunts, uncles, sisters, brothers and your children.”

Rounding out the night’s set list with his latest Billboard Adult R&B No. 1, “Off,” and 2016 hit “Lake by the Ocean,” Maxwell brought the show to an emotional climax with “Ascension (Don’t Ever Wonder).” At one point, he stood away from the microphone to listen to the whole audience sing an entire verse back to him. A smiling Maxwell wiped at his eyes before exiting the stage and then returning a few minutes later to close with “Whenever Wherever Whatever.”

Joe and Anthony brought their A games, too. Dressed in black pants and shirt, accented by a glittering silver jacket, Joe whisked the audience on a deep-rooted journey back to a host of his own R&B/pop hits including “Stutter,” “All the Things (Your Man Won’t Do)” and “I Wanna Know” as well as his collaborations on faves such as Case’s “Faded Pictures” and Big Pun’s “Still Not a Player.” Along the way, amid shout-outs and screams, the songwriter-producer underscored why his smooth vocals still captivate.

Hamilton’s church-honed vocals also kept the audience on its feet from “So in Love,” his guest collaboration with Jill Scott, to his early 2000 breakthrough hits “Comin’ From Where I’m From” and “Charlene.” Garbed in a black pinstripe suit complemented by a wide-brimmed white hat, Hamilton had fans singing along earnestly to his signature love ballad “Point of It All” as well as Luther Vandross’ “Superstar,” a cover he recorded with Jennifer Hudson for his latest album, Love Is the New Black.

The 25-city Night Tour is the second national arena outing presented by the Black Promoters Collective. Its first was New Edition’s 30-city Culture Tour featuring Jodeci and Charlie Wilson, which wrapped on April 10. The Night Tour continues Saturday night (April 30; rescheduled from April 16) in Oakland, Calif., before ending its run in Florida (Tampa, May 7; Miami, May 8).

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adidas Carries On “Dad Shoe” Trend With Its Supernova Cushion 7 Reissue

Despite looking towards the future by way of its own Ultraboost series and Yeezy partnerships, adidas continues to pay attention to its past.

Recently, the German sportswear institution re-released the Supernova Cushion 7, a performance-running silhouette from the early 2000s. While not impressive in terms of modern day technology standards, the shoe features a handful of details in line with the unshakeable “dad shoe” trend that the Three Stripes’ archive surely helped popularize. The pair’s ultra-breathable mesh upper is accompanied by printed 3-stripes at the profiles, gradient accents and a chunk adiPrene sole unit. A compelling mix of “Cloud White,” “Blue Rush” and “Semi Solar Green” divvy up the entire early aughts proposition, delivering a retro look that’s completely “en vogue” at the moment. As has been the case with other archival reissues from the brand, the Supernova cushion 7 is constructed through the sustainable lens adidas has implemented over the last several years: at least a quarter of the components found across the upper contain a minimum of 50% recycled content.

Enjoy official images of the pair here below, and head over to right now to secure the shoes for $120 USD.

For more from the Three Stripes, check out all Yeezy release dates 2022 left in the year.

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A Rundown of The Judds’ Biggest Billboard Hits

Naomi Judd, one half of the iconic duo The Judds (with her daughter Wynonna) passed away unexpectedly Saturday, April 30, at age 76. Though no specific cause of death was given, Wynonna and Naomi’s other daughter Ashley said in a statement to The Associated Press that she died “of the disease of mental illness.”

The Judds, the most successful female duo of all time,  were about to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday (May 1).

Between 1983 and 2000 the mother-daughter team rolled up 25 Hot Country Songs appearances, which encompassed 14 No. 1s and 20 top 10s.

Starting with “Mama He’s Crazy,” their first No. 1 in August 1984, and “Cry Myself to Sleep” in January 1987, the pair snapped up eight straight leaders. Their 14 No. 1s rank them first among female duos and second among all twosomes to Brooks & Dunn (20).

On Top Country Albums, The Judds scored 10 top 10s, including four No. 1 sets.

Here are The Judds’ top 20 biggest Billboard hits on Hot Country Songs.

1. “Have Mercy,” 12/28/1985, No. 1 (2 weeks)

2. “Cry Myself to Sleep,” 1/24/1987, No. 1 (1 week)

3. “Why Not Me,” 12/22/1984, No. 1, (2 weeks)

4. “Change of Heart,” 1/14/1989, No. 1 (1 week)

5. “Love Is Alive,” 8/31/1985, No. 1 (1 week)

6. “Let Me Tell You About Love,” 9/30/1989, No. 1 (1 week)

7. “Mama He’s Crazy,” 8/4/1984, No. 1 (1 week)

8. “Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout the Good Ole Days),” 5/10/1986, No. 1 (1 week)

9. “Give a Little Love,” 8/27/1988, No. 2

10. “Young Love (Strong Love),” 5/6/1989, No. 1 (1 week)

11. “Rockin’ With the Rhythm of the Rain,” 8/6/1986, No. 1 (1 week)

12. “Girls Night Out,” No. 1, 4/27/1985, No. 1 (1 week)

13. “Maybe Your Baby’s Got the Blues,” 11/14/1987, No. 1 (1 week)

14. “I Know Where I’m Going,” 7/18/1987, No. 1 (1 week)

15. “Turn It Loose,” 3/26/1988, No. 1 (1 week)

16. “Love Can Build a Bridge,” 2/23/1991, No. 5

17. “One Hundred and Two,” 6/22/1991, No. 6

18. “Born to Be Blue,” 10/20/1990, No. 5

19. “One Man Woman,” 1/27/1990, No. 8

20. “Don’t Be Cruel,” 4/11/1987, No. 10

The ranking is based on weekly performance on the weekly Hot Country Songs Chart. Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at lower spots earning the least. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, eras are weighted differently to account for chart turnover rates over various periods.

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Battle for fourth provides suspense in Ateneo-dominated season

At the UAAP’s most complicated path, Adamson defeats University of the East while National University and Far Eastern U drop their assignments on Sunday at Mall of Asia Arena. That will put all three teams tied at six wins and eight losses. In that case, the Falcons draw a bye. The Bulldogs and the Tamaraws […]

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Red Lions pursuit of lost crown will kick off from unfamiliar starting point

Seventeen years. That’s how long it has been since San Beda last finished outside of the top two spots at the end of the elimination round of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament. It’s been that long since the Red Lions haven’t had playoff protection of any sort in its journey to the championship. Friday’s 59-56 […]

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Burna Boy announces new album ‘Love, Damini’

Burna Boy has announced the release of his next album, ‘Love, Damini’.

READ MORE: Burna Boy: “A revolution is needed. I want to inspire it”

The ‘On The Low’ hitmaker became the first Nigerian artist to headline a concert at New York’s Madison Square Garden on Thursday night (April 28).

During the show, Burna Boy revealed his new album will be called ‘Love, Damini’, which a press release later stated “is set to release for his 31st birthday,” which would be July 2.

However, according to Pitchfork, representatives for the artist have said his sixth LP does not currently have a firm release date.

‘Love, Damini’ will be the follow-up to Burna Boy’s 2020 album, the Grammy-winning ‘Twice As Tall’. Since releasing the LP, he’s released numerous singles, including ’20 10 20′, ‘Kilometre’, ‘Question’, ‘Want It All’, and ‘B. d’Or’.

You can watch Burna Boy’s Madison Square Garden performance below:

In a three-star review of Burna Boy’s ‘Twice As Tall’, NME‘s Nicolas-Tyrell Scott wrote: “While it’ll always be hard to top his magnumopus ‘African Giant’ and fan favourite ‘Outside’, the star’s latest album is a satisfying sequel.

“It’s admirable to see him balance his signature sound with hints of exploration in collaborations such as ‘Monsters You Made’, all while remaining true to his mother tongue.”

In March, Burna Boy was honoured at the BandLab NME Awards 2022 with the title of Best Solo Act In The World.

The Nigerian star beat Arlo Parks, Billie Eilish, Dave, Little Simz, Pyra, Rina Sawayama, Sam Fender, Tkay Maidza and The Weeknd to pick up the accolade.

Aitch and Big Zuu presented the award to Burna Boy, who accepted the trophy virtually. “Thank you guys very much for this. My first NME [Award], Best Solo Act In The World, you get me?” he said in his video acceptance speech.

“Sad I couldn’t be there for my first NME – I know how lit the NME Awards are. You guys are probably drinking and turning up right now but hey, anyway, thank you! Appreciate that.” Watch his full speech above.

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Country festival bans “divisive symbols” including Confederate flags

Stagecoach, the California country music festival and sister event to Coachella, has banned Confederate flags from its 2022 event.

A section on the festival’s rules page lists things that are prohibited from being brought into the event, including “divisive symbols” such as “Confederate flags and racially disparaging or other inappropriate imagery/public displays”.

The 2022 Stagecoach Festival began yesterday (April 29) at Indio, California’s Empire Polo Club – the same venue as Coachella. Thomas Rhett, Carrie Underwood and Luke Combs are this year’s headliners.

Last year, Combs apologised for appearing in a music video that used Confederate flag imagery. “There is no excuse for those images,” he said during a panel discussion with Maren Morris during Country Radio Seminar.

“It’s not OK,” he added. “I am now aware how painful that image can be to someone else. No matter what I thought at the time, I would never want to be associated with something that brings so much hurt to someone else.”

A Confederate flag. CREDIT: Scott Olson/Getty Images

Morris, who performed at Stagecoach yesterday, criticised country music events organisers for allowing the Confederate flag on premises.

“At these country music festivals, I see the Confederate flags in the parking lots,” she said during her Country Radio Seminar chat. “I don’t want to play those festivals anymore. If you were a Black person, would you ever feel safe going to a show with those flying in the parking lot? No.

“I feel like the most powerful thing we can do as artists in our position right now is to make those demands of large organizations, festivals, promoters, whatnot. One of the things we can do is say, ‘No, I’m not doing this. Get rid of them….’ There’s no place for it anymore.”

In February, Stagecoach announced it was dropping all COVID-19 safety precautions ahead of its spring return.

Meanwhile, Maren Morris has shared a cover of Fiona Apple’s ‘Criminal’.

The country singer released her new album ‘Humble Quest’ last month, and to celebrate its arrival she put on a concert at New York City’s Sony Hall on March 26.

During her set, Morris performed a cover of Apple’s classic ‘Criminal’, taken from the singer-songwriter’s 1997 debut album, ‘Tidal’.

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Eminem, Duran Duran and Pat Benatar top Rock Hall fan ballot

Eminem, Duran Duran and Pat Benatar are among the artists to top this year’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame fan ballot.

READ MORE: The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has turned into a museum. Time for change

Duran Duran, a first-time Rock Hall nominee in 2022, came out on top with nearly 934,000 votes, which was 250,000 more votes than second highest artist on the fan ballot, Eminem (684,000).

Finishing just 50,000 votes behind the Detroit rapper, two-time nominee Benatar took third place on the fan ballot with 631,000. The fourth and fifth spots went to Eurythmics (442,000) and Dolly Parton (394,000) respectively.

Finishing just outside the Top Five: Three-time nominee Judas Priest and first-time nominees Carly Simon and Lionel Richie. You can see the final results here.

Winning the fan ballot does not ensure an induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. A body of more than 1,000 artists, industry members and historians will help decide which five acts out of the 17 will progress into the final round of induction consideration.

Other names vying for a place in the Rock Hall include A Tribe Called Quest, Devo, Beck, Rage Against The Machine, MC5, Dionne Warwick, Fela Kuti, New York Dolls and Kate Bush.

The Rock Hall Class of 2022 is revealed in May. A date and location for the ceremony itself has yet to be announced but the event will happen sometime this autumn.

Last year’s inductees were Tina TurnerCarole KingThe Go-Go’sJAY-ZFoo Fighters and Todd Rundgren, in the Performers category; Kraftwerk, Charley Patton, Gil Scott-Heron, in the Early Influence category; LL Cool J, Billy Preston, Randy Rhoads, in the Musical Excellence category; and Clarence Avant received the Ahmet Ertegun Award.

Meanwhile, Dolly Parton has reversed her stance on being inducted into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and said she will accept the honour should she be voted in.

Last month (March 14), Parton shared a statement saying that, while she was “extremely flattered and grateful” to be in the running, she didn’t feel that she had “earned the right”. “I really do not want votes to be split because of me, so I must respectfully bow out,” she wrote.

However, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has not removed the musician’s name from the ballot. In an interview on NPR’s Morning Edition yesterday (April 29), the star was asked what she would do if she still received enough votes to enter her into the hall of fame.

“Well, I’ll accept gratefully,” she replied. “I will say ‘thanks’ and accept that.”

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Carrie Underwood, Maren Morris & More React to Naomi Judd’s Death: ‘Country Music Lost a True Legend’

Naomi Judd passed away on Saturday, April 30, outside of Nashville, and the news of her death left the country music community in mourning.

Judd — the mother of Wynonna and Ashley Judd and the wife of Larry Strickland — was a singer in the mother-daughter duo The Judds, who were set to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday. The Judds have the most No. 1s on Billboard‘s Hot Country Songs chart among female duos/groups, and the second most No. 1s on the Hot Country Songs chart among all duos.

Her daughters said in a statement to The Associated Press that they had “lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness.” The Judd family requested privacy on Saturday and said there are no plans to release further information surrounding her death at this time.

“Country music lost a true legend…sing with the angels, Naomi!!!” Carrie Underwood wrote on Twitter. “We’re all sending up prayers for the Judd family today.”

“Rest In Peace, Naomi Judd,” Maren Morris said. “Honored to have witnessed ‘Love Can Build a Bridge’ just a few short weeks ago.”

“I had the honor of meeting Naomi Judd years ago and she was so incredibly kind. Sending love and prayers to Wynonna, Ashley, and the whole Judd family during this time. I never thought she’d go,” Kristin Chenoweth tweeted.

“Naomi Judd,” Cole Swindell wrote. “So sad to hear this news. Thinking of all of her family & friends. Tough day for country music.”

“This is heartbreaking news! Naomi Judd was one of the sweetest people I’ve ever known. I had the honor of working with her in movies and numerous musical events. My deepest heartfelt condolences go out to her family,” Travis Tritt said.

See the reactions to Judd’s death below.

Country music lost a true legend…sing with the angels, Naomi!!! We’re all sending up prayers for the Judd family today…

— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) April 30, 2022

Rest In Peace, Naomi Judd. Honored to have witnessed “Love Can Build a Bridge” just a few short weeks ago. 🤍😔

— MAREN MORRIS (@MarenMorris) April 30, 2022

I had the honor of meeting Naomi Judd years ago and she was so incredibly kind. Sending love and prayers to Wynonna, Ashley, and the whole Judd family during this time. I never thought she’d go 💔

— Kristin Chenoweth (@KChenoweth) April 30, 2022

Naomi Judd 😔 so sad to hear this news. Thinking of all of her family & friends. Tough day for country music..

— Cole Swindell (@coleswindell) April 30, 2022

This is heartbreaking news! Naomi Judd was one of the sweetest people I’ve ever known. I had the honor of working with her in movies and numerous musical events. My deepest heartfelt condolences go out to her family.

— Travis Tritt (@Travistritt) April 30, 2022

Rest in power Naomi Judd

— Mickey Guyton (@MickeyGuyton) April 30, 2022

Oh Sweet Jesus… Naomi Judd has gone home … the day before the Judds @countrymusichof induction … This is divesting news… We are saddened beyond words…

— The Oak Ridge Boys (@oakridgeboys) April 30, 2022

Deepest sympathies @AshleyJudd and @Wynonna. Rest easy, Naomi Judd.

— AmandaShires (@amandashires) April 30, 2022

Omg😥 R.I.P Naomi Judd. The Judds were the first country artist I ever listened to. I knew that Love can build a bridge album word for word. U were my first, you made me fall in love with country music . To this day in my home your picture stands tall. Thanks for years of music❤️

— K. Michelle (@kmichelle) April 30, 2022

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Olivia Rodrigo Welcomes Avril Lavigne for Rocking ‘Complicated’ Duet at Toronto Concert: Watch

Olivia Rodrigo trilled fans at her Sour Tour stop in Toronto on Friday (April 29) by welcoming a very special guest to assist her with a pop-punk classic.

During her first of two sold-out concerts at the city’s Massey Hall, the 19-year-old singer-songwriter welcomed Avril Lavigne onstage for a duet of the Canadian star’s 2002 breakout hit “Complicated.”

“I’m so, so, so lucky because she came here tonight to sing with me,” a visibly overjoyed Rodrigo said when introducing the pop-punk princess. “Please give it up for Avril Lavigne!”

Dressed similarly in plaid pleated skirts and black boots, the two stars rocked out, trading verses on Lavigne’s popular early 2000s track, which appeared on her debut album, Let Go, and peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.

“I don’t know what to do from here,” Rodrigo joked, shaking her head, as Lavigne exited the stage.

Lavigne later shared her excited about the duet on social media. “Jumped up to sing ‘Complicated’ on stage with @oliviarodrigo in Toronto tonight,” she wrote on Instagram. “It was very sweet to perform with you tonight on your SOUR tour!! Have an incredible tour gurl. Keep killing it. Sending you so much love.”

Rodrigo shared her own Instagram post, writing, “Toronto last night was special thank u dearest @avrillavigne for singing with me. look up 2 u so much.”

Rodrigo, who was named Billboard‘s 2022 “Woman of the Year,” has been covering “Complicated” since her Sour Tour launch in early April. The singer’s set list also includes a rendition of Verruca Salt’s “Seether.” The 40-date trek is in support of Rodrigo’s chart-topping 2021 debut album, Sour.

Watch Rodrigo and Lavigne’s live performance of “Complicated” here.


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