Daily Archives: June 8, 2018

Black Thought Makes His Solo Debut With 'Streams of Thought Vol. 1'

It’s remarkable that – after nearly 25 years in the music industry – this EP is Black Thought’s first solo project. (He planned the solo debut Masterpiece Theater in 2000, but it was eventually absorbed into The Roots’ 2002 Phrenology.) Musically, 9th Wonder and the Soul Council’s production is spare and subtle, with tracks like “Making a Murderer” notable mostly ...

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News: Airbus-Bombardier C Series deal to close in July

Having received all required regulatory approvals, Airbus, Bombardier and Investissement Québec have agreed to close the C Series transaction effective on July 1st. The transaction by which Airbus will acquire a majority stake in the C Series Aircraft Partnership was initially announced in October 2017. The Mirabel-based partnership, which was originally established between Bombardier and… Breaking Travel News

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Shakira, Maluma Play Secret Lovers on Intoxicating Duet 'Clandestino'

Shakira and Maluma have teamed up again for the intoxicating new single "Clandestino." The song is the duo’s third collaboration together. The Colombian pop stars go back-and-forth about a secret love affair on the simmering track, which was written and produced by Shakira, Maluma and Édgar Barrera. "Ours is illegal and I will not deny you/That I pay the sentence ...

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Love Letter To A Record: The Glorious Sons’ Brett Emmons On Jackson Browne’s ‘Running On Empty’

FeaturesWritten by Brett Emmons on June 8, 2018 Many of us can link a certain album to pivotal moments in our lives. Whether it’s the first record you bought with your own money, the chord you first learnt to play on guitar, the song that soundtracked your first kiss, the album that got you those awkward and painful pubescent years ...

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