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The Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low “Dark Marina Blue” Is Available Now

The “Dark Marina Blue” hue has popped up as the latest micro-trend in sneakers as Jordan Brand dips back into the pool for their lifestyle-friendly sneaker. The Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low, which we recently revealed in a “Concord” colorway, now appears in an equally attractive shoe that should appeal to lifestyle sensibility and comfort.

Featuring a full black upper, this Jordan 11 CMFT Low sees a synthetic leather mudguard with that familiar ballistic nylon upper from the Air Jordan 11. Dark Marina Blue makes an appearance on the interior lining and outsole, while the Jumpman logo on the tongue helps it stand out even more.

Now that we’ve seen the Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low in “Dark Marina Blue”, how would this exact colorway look on an Air Jordan 11? We’ll have to use our imagination for that scenario, but if you’re looking to add a pair of casual Jordans to your rotation, these are available now at Nike via the links below.

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Air Jordan 11 CMFT Low
Release Date: Apr 27th, 2022 (Wednesday)
Color: Black/Dark Marina Blue/White

Mens: $120
Style Code: CW0784-004

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Naomi Judd, Singer of Grammy-Winning Duo The Judds, Dies at 76

Naomi Judd, the Kentucky-born singer of the Grammy-winning duo The Judds and mother of Wynonna and Ashley Judd, has died. She was 76.

The daughters announced her death on Saturday (April 30) in a statement provided to The Associated Press.

“Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness,” the statement said. “We are shattered. We are navigating profound grief and know that as we loved her, she was loved by her public. We are in unknown territory.” The statement did not elaborate further.

The Judds were to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday.

The mother-daughter performers scored 14 No. 1 songs in a career that spanned nearly three decades. After rising to the top of country music, they called it quits in 1991 after doctors diagnosed Naomi Judd with hepatitis.

The Judds’ hits included “Love Can Build a Bridge” in 1990,“Mama He’s Crazy” in 1984, “Why Not Me” in 1984,“Turn It Loose” in 1988, “Girls Night Out” in 1985, “Rockin’ With the Rhythm of the Rain” in 1986 and “Grandpa” in 1986.

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Shawn Mendes Effortlessly Co-Hosts ‘Tonight Show’ With Jimmy Fallon & Performs ‘When You’re Gone’: Watch

Shawn Mendes could have a bright future career as a late-night TV host.

During Friday’s (April 29) episode of The Tonight Show, the 23-year-old singer-songwriter effortlessly stepped in as co-host alongside Jimmy Fallon, delivering jokes during the monologue, interviewing guests, participating in games, and even serving as the evening’s musical guest.

Dressed in the same black suit and skinny tie as Fallon, Mendes first appeared during the opening monologue, assisting the comedian-turned-host with wisecracks about electric busses in New York City and annoying alarm clocks. From there, the Canadian pop star helped out with Fallon’s Thank You Notes segment before the co-hosts challenged each other to a game of Egg Russian Roulette, where they smashed eggs against their heads not knowing whether they were raw or hard boiled.

Later in the show, Mendes changed into a light brown jacket and sat alongside Fallon behind the desk for a talk with Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson. The musician then sat down for a traditional interview with Fallon, during which he shared a comical story about a confusing text message exchange with Mariah Carey.

“It was Saint Patrick’s Day and she has another friend named Shawn, who she texted ‘Happy Thanksgiving’ to on Saint Patrick’s Day,” Mendes explained after Fallon showed a screenshot of the botched conversation tweeted by Carey.

The “In My Blood” singer also discussed a recent social media post he shared about his insecurities. “Although we are entertainers, people want truth and they want honesty, and that’s what I want from people,” Mendes said to audience cheers. “Instagram and stuff, they’re not really showing the real lives of people, so I’m just trying to inject a little bit of realness into my Instagram and Twitter.”

The artist capped off his Tonight Show appearance by performing his new breakup anthem “When You’re Gone.” Prior to Fallon, the singer had only performed the track a handful of times, most recently uploading a live acoustic version on YouTube. Disguised as an upbeat pop song, “When You’re Gone” is a deeply emotional account of how his well-being suffered in the wake of his breakup from Camila Cabello, whom he previously gushed about on The Tonight Show.

Watch highlights from Mendes’ co-hosting gig on The Tonight Show below.


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ASICS Casts The GEL-Kayano 14 In “Cream” And “Pure Silver”

It was a couple years ago that ASICS dialed the clock all the way back to the GEL-Kayano 14. And while newer, more advanced models have appeared since then, the retro silhouette continues to surface in a number of attractive colorways.

Here, the uppers feature a look akin to the early 2000s, with silver metallic panels outfitting the toe, eye stays, and tongue. The mesh underneath simulates age with a light cream finish, while the sole below sticks with white side walls and navy-colored GEL. Finally, bronze-like accents round out the package, marking both the heel and lining.

For a closer look at this newly-surfaced GEL-Kayano 14, see below. These are available right now on at a retail of $140 USD.

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Release Date: Apr 25th, 2022 (Monday)
Color: Cream/Pure Silver

Mens: $140
Style Code: 1201A019-105

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Stagecoach 2022 Day 1 Highlights: Thomas Rhett Has ‘Bucket List Moment,’ Tanya Tucker FaceTimes Brandi Carlile & More

After two years of pandemic-induced cancellations, country music festival Stagecoach returns this weekend as thousands of music fans descended on Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif., for night one of the three-day festival on Friday (April 29).

Temperatures stayed relatively mild for the area, rising into the 90s, while festival-goers noshed on a variety of foods from different vendors and took in the sounds of a range of artists including Charley Crockett, Ingrid Andress, Breland, Midland, Maren Morris, headliner Thomas Rhett and more.

Here are some highlights from day one of Stagecoach 2022.

5:05 p.m.: During his Mane Stage set, singer-songwriter Ryan Hurd nodded to the two years that have passed since the last Stagecoach, and expressed his gratitude to be part of the event. He also showed off his successes as both a songwriter and artist. Hurd has written hit songs for artists including Blake Shelton and Lady A, and during his set, he offered up a version of the Hurd-written “Waves,” which became a hit for Luke Bryan. His relaxed manner was a perfect fit for the early evening Stagecoach crowd, as he offered up “To a T.” His wife and fellow singer-songwriter Morris joined Hurd for a breezy, sultry rendition of their Hot 100 hit “Chasing After You.” “Well, this doesn’t suck,” Morris quipped, before staying for Hurd’s closing song, “Pass It On,” an upbeat anthem that offered a natural singalong moment for the crowd.

6:09 p.m.Jordan Davis launched his Mane Stage set with his Country Airplay chart-topper “Singles You Up,” before telling the crowd, “It’s good to be back in California!” “This is about four years in the making for me… I’ve had this date circled on my calendar for a long time,” he said, making the most of the massive stage while he sailed through songs such as “Drink Had Me” and “Lose You.” He also offered up a sizzling cover of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers’ “Mary Jane’s Last Dance.”

6:27 p.m.: Over at the smaller Palomino Stage, Marcus King Band performed with all the swagger and raw talent of an act worthy of the bigger stage. The crowd was nearly full and fervent in its response to the gritty vocals of lead singer King, and the band’s heady mix of blues, blistering rock and bright horns. The crowd was especially responsive to “One Day She’s Here” and the ballad “Beautiful Stranger,” before the band amped things back up for a scorching shot of southern rock and a new song called “Good and Gone.”

7:15 p.m.: Midland’s brand of retro-progressive music, which often incorporates sounds of ’70s California country, was a perfect fit for the Mane Stage as the sun began to set and the crowds turned out in earnest. They kicked off the set with “Play Boys,” and soon had the crowds everywhere dancing with the barroom-ready “Mr. Lonely.” Notably, the trio’s smooth harmony fusion sounded every bit as good live as it does on their record. Afterward, the hazy, languid melody of “Burn Out” wafted on the Indio breeze, and they followed with “Sunrise Tells the Story” and “Cheatin’ Songs,” before offering up a cover of “Drivin’ My Life Away” and Garth Brooks’ “Much Too Young to Feel This Damn Old.” They also offered fans a taste of new music from their upcoming album, Last Resort: Greetings From, as they welcomed native Californian Jon Pardi for the track “Longneck Way to Go.”

7:57 p.m.: Not long into her set over at the Palomino Stage, Tanya Tucker showed off her tequila line Cosa Salvaje, taking a swig straight from the bottle and giving out a couple of shots to the crowd. She also wore a black shirt emblazoned with the tequila line’s name. The Palomino Stage crowd was packed with devoted Tucker fans, who shouted, cheered and sang along as she offered up songs such as “Walking Shoes.” “Thank you for so many No. 1 hits,” Tucker said, before launching into “Love Me Like You Used To” as the rowdy crowd sang along at the top of their lungs. Tucker also acknowledged that Brandi Carlile (who co-produced Tucker’s Grammy-winning album While I’m Livin’) was supposed to be a performer on the Palomino Stage, but had to bow out due to catching COVID-19. Tucker then surprised the crowd by FaceTiming Carlile and dedicating her set to Brandi. In a sweet moment, Tucker held up her phone to the crowd so they could see Carlile and Carlile told the crowd how much she missed them and wished she could be at Stagecoach this year.

8:30 p.m.: Back at the Mane Stage, Morris drew heavily from her recently-released album, Humble Quest, during her set, offering “I Can’t Love You Anymore” and “Circles Around This Town” and “Nervous.” Tucked among the new songs were fan favorites “I Could Use a Love Song,” “Girl,” “All My Favorite People” and “’80s Mercedes.” By this time, the festival-goers were dancing to every song, as Morris’s powerful, crystalline rang out over the massive gathering of music fans. “It smells like pot,” she commented during one song, later adding the observation, “This is day one and there are no crazy sunburns yet. Wait ’til day three.” She later introduced what she called “my morbid love song,” before launching into another track from Humble Quest, “Background Music.” She rounded out the set with more from her string of hits, including the 2018 pop smash “The Middle,” her soulful country breakthrough “My Church.”

9:53 p.m.: Thomas Rhett has previously played Stagecoach slots opening for Kenny Chesney (in 2017) and Eric Church (2014), but he called his Mane Stage headlining set on Friday night a “bucket list moment.” He took full advantage of that moment, as a blaze of technicolor red lights signaled the start of his show. Rhett opened with “Craving You,” his 2017 hit with Morris, though Morris did not join him on the song. “Where all the country girls at tonight?” he yelled, and as the crowd response swelled, it seemed most of the country girls were right there at Stagecoach. From there, he sailed through “Life Changes,” “Slow Down Summer,” “Get Me Some of That” and “Marry Me.” Pardi made his second appearance on the Mane Stage that evening, joining Rhett for their collaboration “Beer Can’t Fix,” dancing across the stage and revving up the massive crowd. The tempo slowed slightly for the sweet track “Mama’s Front Door,” from Rhett’s recent album, Where We Started. But Pardi wasn’t the only surprise Rhett had for the crowd. Several artists throughout the day offered cover songs during their sets, and the evening’s headliner was no exception, as he launched into the second Garth Brooks cover fans heard on Friday, with “Friends in Low Places.” The crowd’s cheers reached peak levels when he was joined by HARDY and actor Ashton Kutcher, to help him with the classic country singalong. He followed with “Die a Happy Man,” “Unforgettable” and “What’s Your Country Song?,” with his set concluding as fireworks lit up the late evening sky over the desert.

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Manic Street Preachers reveal studio version of their Madonna cover

Manic Street Preachers have recorded a studio version of their cover of Madonna‘s ‘Borderline’ – listen to a snippet below.

READ MORE: Manic Street Preachers: “We talked ourselves through oblivion”

The band first previewed their rendition of the 1984 hit during their set at BBC 6 Music Festival last month.

James Dean Bradfield and co. kicked off this year’s festival by playing an exclusive, intimate show at Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff. It marked their first-ever appearance at the famous Welsh venue, despite having been set to perform there back in 1990.

Towards the end of their career-spanning 16-track set, the Manics debuted a cover of ‘Borderline’, which appeared on Madonna’s self-titled debut studio album and was her first Top 10 Billboard chart hit.

Now, the band have revealed that they’ve recorded a studio version of the song. “Enjoyed playing it live so much decided to record a studio version,” the band wrote on Twitter earlier today (April 30), sharing a snippet of the song.

Enjoyed playing it live so much decided to record a studio version-

— Manic Street Preachers (@Manics) April 30, 2022

It has not yet been announced when the studio version of the band’s ‘Borderline’ cover will be released.

Last month, the Manics took part in a benefit concert for Ukraine, where they performed ‘If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next’.

The two-hour benefit show raised money for the Disasters Emergency Committee‘s (DEC) Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal and was held at Resorts World Arena, Birmingham.

The band performed the 1998 single, which was inspired by the Spanish Civil War, and the idealism of Welsh volunteers who joined the left-wing International Brigades fighting for the Spanish Republic against Francisco Franco’s military rebels, with an orchestra.

Meanwhile, Jennifer Grey has revealed that her relationship with Matthew Broderick in the late ’80s was the inspiration behind Madonna‘s ‘Express Yourself’.

The actor – whose new memoir Out Of The Corner is released May 3 – recalled the time the pop star threw her a 29th birthday party and on the same night shared that her 1989 hit was penned in response to her breakup with Broderick.

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The Nike Air Max Pre-Day Relaxes In A “Sun Club” Colorway

The Nike Sun Club collection has surfaced over the last five months via a number of Nike Sportswear silhouettes. And while the full lineup may not arrive by the time summer rolls around, it continues to give savvy and casual consumers alike styles to anticipate.

Recently, the warm weather-inspired roster offered a look at yet another Air Max Pre-Day option. Unlike handfuls of other options under the “Nike Sun Club” banner, the upcoming pair indulges in a mostly two-tone arrangement instead of a multi-colored look. Tumbled leather overlays appear at the tip of the toe and around the heel, with the majority of the construction between opting for summer-friendly canvas and other fabrics. Off-white and shades of pink animate the pair, with collection-specific details appearing on the top of the tongue and at the lateral heel. Exposed Air Max bubbles favor a sand-like hue that rounds out the shoe.

Enjoy official images of the pair ahead, as you wait for firm release details.

In related sneaker news, the Air Jordan 4 “Military Black” is set to launch soon.

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Release Date: 2022
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Priscilla Presley Praises ‘Elvis’ Film Star Austin Butler: ‘He Had Big Shoes to Fill’

Priscilla Presley is offering her thoughts on the upcoming film about late ex-husband Elvis Presley after attending a private screening.

Presley, 76, took to Facebook on Friday (April 29) to share her praise for director Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis, which premieres at Cannes Film Festival next month ahead of Warner Bros. releasing the movie theatrically on June 24. The Naked Gun actress said she saw the film with Elvis’ longtime friend Jerry Schilling and was particularly impressed by Austin Butler in the title role.

“This story is about Elvis and Colonel Parker’s relationship,” Presley posted. “It is a true story told brilliantly and creatively that only Baz, in his unique artistic way, could have delivered. Austin Butler, who played Elvis is outstanding. Halfway through the film Jerry and I looked at each other and said WOW!!! Bravo to him…he knew he had big shoes to fill. He was extremely nervous playing this part. I can only imagine.”

She continued by sharing her memories of Elvis’ manager Col. Tom Parker, portrayed in the film by Tom Hanks. “What a character he was,” Presley wrote of Parker. “There was two sides to Colonel, Jerry and I witnessed both. The story, as we all know, does not have a happy ending. But I think you will understand a little bit more of Elvis’ journey, penned by a directer who put his heart and soul and many hours into this film.”

Elvis and Priscilla wed in Las Vegas in 1967, and daughter Lisa Marie Presley was born the following year. The couple’s divorce was finalized in 1973.

Warner Bros. screened footage of the film this week at CinemaCon, where Butler discussed his approach to playing the legendary music superstar who died in August 1977 at the age of 42. “The main thing I set out to find was his humanity,” the actor, 30, told the crowd. “He’s one of those individuals that has been lifted up to such an iconic status that he’s almost superhuman.”

This article was originally published by The Hollywood Reporter.

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5 Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (April 30)

From career milestones and new music releases to major announcements and more, Billboard editors highlight the latest news buzz in Latin music every week. Here’s what happened in the Latin music world this week.

Yahritza Y Su Esencia in L.A. 

Yahritza and her brothers, Armando and Jairo, traveled from Yakima, Wash., to Los Angeles for their first-ever live performance. The emerging sierreño trio, Yahritza Y Su Esencia, took the stage at Venice’s iconic Winston House — which marked the first time a regional Mexican artist performed at that venue — on Friday (April 29). During the performance, they performed tracks off their recently-released EP, Obsessed, including “Esta Noche,” “Enamorado” and, of course, their chart-topping hit “Soy El Unico.” “Who here is heartbroken?” the 15-year-old frontwoman asked during their intimate set with 100-plus people (a mix of fans and industry leaders) in attendance. At the end of their almost 30-minute show, the siblings thanked their zealous fans — one of them yelled out that she had skipped work to go see them — for listening to their music.

Earlier this month, the band made Billboard history after their debut single “Soy El Unico (released March 25 via Lumbre Music) debuted at No. 1 on Hot Latin Songs, and hit No. 20 on the Hot 100 chart, making the rising artist ​​the youngest Latin performer to enter the all-genre tally.

The Yahritza effect 🙌🏼 @Yahritza_YSE

— Griselda Flores (@grissyflrs) April 30, 2022

Gloria & Emilio Estefan Honored 

During the 72nd annual BMI/NAB Dinner held this week in Las Vegas, power couple Gloria and Emilio Estefan was honored with the BMI Board of Directors Award for their “incomparable body of work and groundbreaking influence in introducing Latin music to a global audience,” according to a statement.

BMI presented the accolade to the Estefans in celebration of their musical legacy and impactful career, which has spanned more than five decades. During the award presentation, both Gloria and Emilio were described as “true visionaries” and were thanked for “paving the way for countless artists to follow.”

Together they’ve won a total of 26 Grammys, the Songwriters Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Award, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, and the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, among others.

Karol G Announces New Tour

The Colombian star announced she’ll be hitting the road once again with a new summer and fall tour. Coined the $trip Love tour, the singer launches the AEG Presents-produced trek at Chicago’s Allstate Arena on Sept. 6. She’ll make pit stops in New York, Toronto, Miami, Los Angeles, Houston, Las Vegas, and more before wrapping on Oct. 29 at Vancouver’s Rogers Arena. Tickets for the 2022 tour are now on sale through

TikTok’s New Latinx-Focused Program

TikTok has announced the launch of a new program dubbed #Rompiendo, which is meant to “highlight the success and impact” of Latinx music and artists on the app. According to the social media company, the program includes promotion, playlisting, inclusion on TikTok radio and a feature on @MusicOnTikTok socials.

The first #Rompiendo artist to be featured in the new program is Brazilian star Anitta, whose “Envolver” has been used in more than two million videos after the song and its dance challenge went viral on TikTok. A new #Rompiendo artist will be announced every two weeks.

Latin Grammys 2022 Person of the Year Is… 

Marco Antonio Solis has been named the Latin Recording Academy’s 2022 Person of the Year. The Mexican singer-songwriter, arranger, producer, musician, artistic director, and five-time Latin Grammy winner “will be honored for his more than four-decade career as a multifaceted performer and one of Mexico’s most successful artists of all time,” according to an official statement.

“I am very moved and grateful to The Latin Recording Academy for this special distinction that means so much to me professionally and personally,” Solis added. “I would like to share this sentiment with everyone who has inspired me, and with those who I may have inspired as well to be able to occupy this place that the public has made me deserving of through this blessing called music. Thank you to everyone who has been witnesses to my journey, from my beginnings to the present day, and who are in some way also part of this important achievement.”

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Mac Tallo leads Cebu Chooks to Fiba 3×3 Asia Pacific Super Quest title

MANILA, Philippines — Mac Tallo put on the finishing touches as Cebu Chooks took down Mongolia’s Sansar MMC Energy, 17-15, in the final to capture the 2022 Chooks-to-Go FIBA 3×3 Asia Pacific Super Quest crown on Saturday evening at Ayala Malls Solenad Activity Center in Sta. Rosa Laguna. Tallo, the country’s top-ranked 3×3 player, rose […]

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Brian Jonestown Massacre thank police after £40,000 of stolen gear is recovered

Brian Jonestown Massacre have thanked Portland Police for their “excellent detective work” after nearly £40,000 worth of stolen gear was recovered.

READ MORE: Does Rock ‘N’ Roll Kill Braincells?! – Anton Newcombe, The Brian Jonestown Massacre

The theft was first reported on April 18, with the incident alleged to have happened the night before. Thieves had made off with a variety of rare guitars and pedals, taken from a trailer attached to the band’s tour bus.

Taking to twitter, The Brian Jonestown Massacre’s founder Anton Newcombe wrote: “I honestly believe that together, all of us gearheads can make these very hard to sell. Let’s find this shit and talk rewards.”

Some more photos: I honestly believe that together, all of us gearheads can make these very hard to sell. Let’s find this shit and talk rewards – and to the mother fuckers that stole my shit that I feed my family with: it will be my hand that greets you when you die. you will

— anton newcombe (@antonnewcombe) April 18, 2022

“And to the mother fuckers that stole my shit that I feed my family with: it will be my hand that greets you when you die. you will (burn),” he continued. Despite the theft, the band managed to carry on with their tour of North America.

The following week, Portland police were clearing a homeless camp that had been the site of a homicide when a majority of the guitars were discovered.

@PortlandPolice I want to thank you for your service and the excellent detective work in locating most of our guitars. I also want to thank every single person that reached out or spread the word about the robbery – thank you all #musicwins

— anton newcombe (@antonnewcombe) April 28, 2022

“During the abatement, officers recovered 5 of 6 stolen guitars and other equipment taken in an April 18, 2022 theft from The Brian Jonestown Massacre band that was touring in Portland,” police said in a statement. “These guitars are reportedly from the 1960’s and have enormous sentimental value and are not easily replaceable.”

Press Release: Stolen Guitars and Other Property Recovered (Photo)

— Portland Police (@PortlandPolice) April 28, 2022

In a statement following the discover, Newcombe said: “We are all eternally grateful to the Portland Police Department for their help in finding our stolen equipment. It has been said that it had great sentimental value, however, I am not very sentimental. I use my gear to create music 6 days a week, to feed my family and employ my friends. These are the tool of my craft, no different than a truck full of tools used in construction or any other trade.”

Taking to Twitter, Newcombe added: “I am incredibly fortunate and have been blessed in so many ways, let’s spread that magic around and help people in need – together.”

Earlier this month, Brian Jonestown Massacre announced details of their 19th studio album. Called ‘Fire Doesn’t Grow On Trees’, it will arrive June 24 via Newcombe’s label, A Recordings.

“A lot of the album is about the affirmation by just living. Existentially, this time period, has felt pretty dark so it’s about fighting the good fight,” said Newcombe. “I’m singing to empower other people. First of all, I’m getting whatever I need out of it, but I can see it as something other people can identify with.”



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