NEW MUSIC ALERT: Bomba Estereo Aim To Unite The World In “Internacionales”

Bomba Estereo are promoting the complex concept that we’re all one human race, and that all of our origins intertwine, in the latest visual for “Internacionales,” a single off their new recently released album Ayo. Trapped in a seemingly mundane North American suburb, a woman of Anglo-Saxon descent is gifted with a pair of roller… continue reading →

Eminem blasts Trump in 4-minute freestyle rap at BET Hip Hop Awards

Eminem fired off four minutes of furious, expletive-riddled freestyle rap called “The Storm” at the BET Hip Hop Awards on Tuesday, blasting President Trump as a racist, among other things. He kicked off the rap, which was filmed in a Detroit parking lot, by saying “it’s the calm before the storm right here,” alluding to… continue reading →

Lin-Manuel Miranda Talks Puerto Rico Benefit Song ‘Almost Like Praying’

It’s been two weeks since Hurricane Maria first raged across the island of Puerto Rico, and the crisis has only grown more complex. What first seemed like a natural disaster has also proven to be a long-standing infrastructural one; most of the island remains without electricity and water, putting its residents at a heightened risk… continue reading →

BREAKING NEWS: Tom Petty Passes Away at 66

Tom Petty has passed away at the age of 66 after reports emerged that he fell into cardiac arrest and was found unconscious at his Malibu, California home on Sunday (October 1). Reports suggested that he had no brain activity at the hospital and was taken off of life support. CBS News confirmed that he’s… continue reading →

New Music Alert: Beyoncé, Lin-Manuel Miranda ready new music to support hurricane relief

Beyoncé is back with new music — and she’s doing it for a good cause. The singer has jumped on the remix for J Balvin and Willy William’s hit song “Mi Gente,” showing off her Spanish skills and generosity. For her first new material since the June birth of her twins, Beyoncé is pledging all… continue reading →

‘Hamilton’ creator: New song a ‘love letter to Puerto Rico

“Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and his father, Luis Miranda, made a passionate plea for help for the hurricane-ravaged island of Puerto Rico. They emphasized the seriousness of the crisis, with many people lacking power, food and fuel more than a week after Hurricane Maria made landfall.“Puerto Ricans, that’s 3.5 million American citizens, just like Texas,… continue reading →