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The 65's - Never Say Never #FlyahReview

The 65's hailing from Northeast Jersey are a quartet that fuses negative influences and aggression into punk rock and power pop. The name of their EP is called "Never Say Never". The artwork of the album depicts a cold and foggy forest giving a sense of danger and doom. The band stands out as a force cultivating a side of life that people normally would be overcome with. From chaos to high energy tunes, this band sure has the drive and determination to win. This great spirit is displayed in their CD entitled song "Never Say Never", where the band talks about reaching a breaking point and discovering that they have gone pass their limits. Still there is a positive message behind this song. Sometimes you can reach a pitfall but one thing is for certain, you must continue to fight. Taken into a dark space, "Waiting Here So Long", is a call of help; but at times we can not trust or depend on a savior. I can understand this point of view becaus

3 Awesome DC Characters The Birds Of Prey Stars Want To Meet In Future Films

As of right now, the overall structure of the DC Extended Universe is a touch wonky. Some Justice League characters are still going strong, with Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, and Ezra Miller’s Flash all having sequels at various points on the production schedule, but there are two reboots of different varieties on the way with Matt Reeves’ The Batman and James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, and also the very real lingering potential for more standalone projects like Todd Phillips’ Joker. How projects will wind up being developed in the franchise going forward isn’t quite clear yet, but there is one thing that we can be pretty certain of: if Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn) is successful, it will spawn either sequels or spin-offs. That’s just the rule in Hollywood. And while we’re still a few weeks away from learning which way things will go at the box office, the stars of the film already have a clear idea of characte

Ron Howard Gives Update on ‘Willow’ Disney Plus Series: ‘No Greenlight Yet’

While the prospect of a sequel series to Ron Howard's 1988 fantasy feature "Willow" has gotten fans frothing at the mouth, Howard told Variety that Disney Plus still hasn't made a final decision on the show as of yet. Reports that Howard was in talks to develop the series with writer Jonathan Kasdan emerged last May, and Howard said that the scripts for the project are pretty much complete, but that a big yes from Disney was yet to come their way. "We're working on it, it's not greenlit, but I was just on the phone today discussing it with Jonathan who has written the scripts," Howard said. "It's in serious development, but there's nothing to announce quite yet." Reports had also emerged that Warwick Davis, who played the titular Nelwyn dwarf in the original movie, was in talks to reprise the role in a "more mature" version. Howard confirmed that Davis is on board and was suitably emphatic about his involvement in the p

‘Love & Hip Hop: New York’: Mendeecees Harris is Free from Prison

Most Love & Hip Hop: New York fans are familiar with the story of Yandy Smith Harris and her husband, Mendeecees Harris. Several years ago, he was sentenced to eight years in prison and viewers watched his case unfold as well as his tearful drop off at the penitentiary. Since then, Yandy has remained a regular cast member on the series and experienced her own set of challenges during his absence. Some of that played out on the show, but she also tried to be optimistic about Mendeecees coming home early. The time has finally come. Yandy Smith and Mendeecees Harris of ‘Love & Hip Hop’ | Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic/Getty Images Mendeecees Harris has been released In 2016, Love & Hip Hop was on site as Harris reported to federal prison with Yandy by his side. The episode tugged at viewers heartstrings as they watched the father of four say goodbye to his children, wife, mother, and friends. Everyone was in tears—including Harris—as they said farewell. But as of Ja

Big Al Staggs goes So Lo #FlyahReview

Big Al Staggs hits the market running with his new LP entitled, "So Lo". The artwork of the album is colored in hot pink and the blueish filter just makes the cover eye-catching. Just like the Flyah Team, Big Al Staggs is from the beautiful state of Virginia, the city of Norfolk to be exact. This project was co-written and produced by the former lead guitarist for Iggy Pop and David Bowie,   Stacy Heydon . With these notable names, I knew instantly that this was going to be a classic. "Been There, Done That" by Big Staggs is the type of vibration that good people search for. The lyrics "I been there... I done that...but i never seen the likes of you before" tells the experience of someone who had been on this planet for a long time but this day he finds the special someone in his life that brings a new experience. It can also be taken as a good pick up line to get that hot girl. The instrumentation of the song has a young spirit and the use o

Music To Be Murdered By Eminem at No. 1?

For the second time in less than two years, Eminem came out of nowhere on a late Thursday night to drop an album of entirely new material on unsuspecting fans and for the second time, he's done major numbers in the process.  Music to Be Murdered By follows up behind Eminem's 2018 fellow surprise LP  Kamikaze  to the top spot on the Billboard 200 this week, with an impressive first-week tally of 279,000 equivalent album units. A landmark tenth album to reach the chart's top spot, putting him in the exclusive historic company of The Beatles, Jay-Z, Bruce Springsteen, Barbra Streisand and Elvis Presley. What, if anything, is Eminem still doing so well this deep in his career? And what about some of the other interesting chart debuts he fended off the No. 1 spot this week?

Voice of Addiction - The Lost Art of Empathy #FlyahReview

Voice of Addiction are an up and coming political Punk Rock group hailing from Chicago, Illinois. Over the years, they have toured over thousands of shows and have sold over 8,000 physical copies of music. This group brings out an element of aggression yet socially they convey a message to be widespread for the people. When first hearing their album, "The Lost Art of Empathy", I felt as the vibe of an outlaw not being trusted among the powers that be. The artwork on the album illustrates one man at the top and the people being like zombies to reach him, which is the tale of the struggle in the United States and other political injustice driven countries. This feeling was first nurtured in the opening song, "Rustbelt". The song reminds me of the soundtrack we used to hear on Tony Hawk's Pro Skater because of the reputation of skateboarders associated as lawbreakers. The lyric, "Raised in the steel towns... and nothing ever seems to go our way"

Mindwipes Groove Rock Journey

Mindwipes Groove Rock Journey Sometimes taking something old and something new and putting them together in just the right ways can brandish something incredibly cool. Listening to Mindwipes Out Of The Ordinary album is almost like taking a musical journey through the stages of rock. Lots and lots of juicy riffs and sultry vocals really bring this album a heavy backbone, and a definite experience in musicianship. Songs tend to jam out and there are enough guitar solos to satiate any lead guitar enthusiast. Lead singer Cameron Shultz brings to mind bands like Muse and The Strokes with little touches of Radiohead's Thom Yorke. Well woven together and pristine songwriting, Mindwipes hits their sound on the mark.  https://open.spotify.com/ artist/7nLnG6qmbob77BKyx3TH3w https://themindwipes.bandcamp. com/releases https://soundcloud.com/user- 26361172 https://music.apple.com/us/ artist/mindwipes/1489076878 https://twitter.com/mindwipes1

The Robot Gang is back it! Album Scheduled for the 17th of Feb

Today Sorry Robot Band members Rellz Tha Postman and Christobal The Vision are planning a new release of their latest project Morning Joe.  The hip hop EP features 5 chilled Lofi cuts inspired by their cool up bringing.  Songs like the project entitled track Morning Joe where the Postman expresses his calm mind set and peaceful poise make this project a must hear.  The mindset of the Vision is geared in the same direction also , being that the two brothers spend 90% of their days together building a lifestyle of Tranquility.  Lyrically the EP is full of fun and instrumentally it takes you down a path of imagination.  Production from Lofi producer Sedivi and Rellz Tha Postman illustrates hip hop at its best, while keeping the vibe quite heavenly. Morning Joe is now available exclusively on Apple devices through the LÜM music app but you can Tune in to the EP on February 17th on all major platforms

Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs: ‘Hip-hop has never been respected by the Grammys’

Sean "Diddy" Combs was the guest of honor at Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy gala Saturday night at the Beverly Hilton, where the veteran hip-hop producer and record executive received the Recording Academy's Industry Icon award. After a tribute performance by several acts he helped make famous — including Faith Evans, Mase, Carl Thomas and Lil' Kim — Combs gave an approximately hour-long acceptance speech that climaxed with an emotional appeal to the academy, which has been thrown into turmoil ahead of Sunday's Grammys ceremony following the shocking ouster of chief executive Deborah Dugan. Here's what Combs said: "Because we're all family, I have to be honest. The last few days I've been conflicted. I'm being honored by the industry I love, the family that I love. "But it's an elephant in the room, and it's not just about the Grammys. This is discrimination and injustice everywhere at an all-time high. But there'

FLYAH COMICS - Chrildren of The Pencil - Episode 1

Here's What Wiz Khalifa, Lil Yachty, Ty Dolla $ign, And More Would Look Like As Sonic Speedsters

Lo and behold, possibly the fastest posse cut in rap history! Wiz Khalifa, Lil Yachty, Ty Dolla $ign, and Sueco the Child have rapidly released a new collaboration, "Speed Me Up," that's set to appear on the soundtrack to the forthcoming Sonic the Hedgehog movie. It comes with a video about digitally dashing through reality and the land of the iconic video game franchise, giving fans glimpses of not only what these four artists' digital avatars would look like if they too could collect heavy gold rings that float in mid air, but also key scenes from the movie involving Sonic himself and the evil Dr. Robotnik (played by Jim Carrey, who looks like he's having a blast). What would you do if you were sucked into a Sonic video game? They're extremely difficult with giant, looping hills, flying robots, and other obstacles that would make life there as a human a living hell. Wiz, Yachty, Ty, and Sueco face this reality as they get digitized into Sonic's wor

FLYAH COMICS - Respect Robo Episode 1 - EVIL PROFESSOR PLOTS

THE BATMAN: Alex Ferns' Role May Have Been Revealed And It Could Shed Some Light On A Key Plot Point

It was recently reported that Chernobyl and Taboo star Alex Ferns had joined the cast of The Batman, and an IMDb Pro listing has seemingly revealed who the Scottish actor will be playing. Before we get to that, it's worth pointing out that IMDb Pro is a paid service and usually updated by those in the industry rather than some random fan looking to troll people. So, who will Ferns play? Well, it's said that he's going to be taking on the role of Commissioner Pete Savage in the film. He appears to be a newly created character, but this news is interesting for a whole other reason. If Pete Savage is Gotham City's Police Commissioner, then Jim Gordon (played by Jeffrey Wright) obviously isn't. That might confirm reports that The Batman will take place early on in the Dark Knight's career, and as well as seeing Bruce Wayne's journey from rookie vigilante into the World's Greatest Detective, we'll also witness Gordon rise up the ranks of the GCPD. I

YG Reportedly Arrested On Suspicion Of Robbery In Los Angeles Area

YG was arrested on suspicion of robbery after police came to his Los Angeles County home in the early morning hours of Friday (January 24), TMZ reports. Officials told TMZ that they had both a search warrant and an arrest warrant for the California rapper all related to a robbery case. He's currently being held on $250,000 bail in downtown L.A. at the Men's Central Jail, according to CBSLA. The rapper's attorney, Joe Tacopina, told TMZ that the charges have "no truth to them." "YG has no idea what investigators are talking about and we have not been provided with any details," he said. YG's Escalade was involved in a high-speed chase in L.A. in July, TMZ reported at the time, an encounter that reportedly culminated in a 65-year-old man being shot and killed by someone inside the SUV. The rapper, whose real name is Keenon Jackson, told TMZ he was "nowhere near the scene of this incident," and it's unclear whether or not his arrest i

Johnny Cash would be proud - TODD BARROW - FLYAH REVIEW

With influences such as Johnny Cash and Hank Williams, Todd Barrow is a prolific country artist with enough talents to be a one man band.  From winning awards to working with creators such as Bart Rose, Todd has surely made a great name for himself.  In today’s time,  many musicians have the passion for music but are not skilled with such talents.   When first hearing the classic song “Countrys Just Cooler” I was instantly entertained by his performance.  The description of the country lifestyle was presented to the listener with perfect precision.  I really enjoyed the instrumentation on this one also.   I feel you do not have to be country fan to understand his point of view.  Being marveled with the sounds delivered with perfect mixing and mastering, Countrys Just Cooler also brings the vibe of the good old days.  Without a video it was easy for me to imagine pick up trucks, beer mugs and the toast to achievements.     Another awesome song of his I enjoyed was “Barcode”.  

CAPTAIN MARVEL 2 Is Officially a Go

At last year's San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel head honcho Kevin Feige announced the MCU's insane Phase IV lineup. It will ensure the franchise remains an ever-present part of our lives for years to come, and will also introduce all new characters and stories. But the slate was so jam-packed it didn't include some very important—and very profitable—superheroes. Black Panther 2 and Guardians of the Galaxy 3 didn't make the cut. Carol Danvers' inevitable followup wasn't given a release date either, despite coming off more than $1.1 billion in global box office sales a few months earlier. But now Disney is ready to go higher, further, and faster once again, because they have begun development on Captain Marvel 2. Marvel The Hollywood Reporter reveals that Disney has begun initial work on a followup to last year's global smash hit Captain Marvel. (Which somehow came out less than a year ago, March 8, 2019, even though it feels like it came out nine years ag

The Batman: Colin Farrell Says Penguin's Look Not Finalized Yet

Colin Farrell also appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live this week, during which time he said of his role as the Penguin in The Batman that "we are still in the process of just finishing the design, the aesthetic of the character."Farrell said he begins filming three weeks -- he had told Ellen DeGeneres in the story below that he begins filming in two weeks -- and praised filmmaker Matt Reeves' screenplay for The Batman, deeming it "a really, really beautiful, dark, moving script, really gorgeous." Our original report from Jan. 22nd follows. The internet was abuzz recently when photos of Colin Farrell sporting silvery grey hair surfaced online, leading many to suspect that's what Farrell might look like as the Penguin in The Batman. As it turns out, Farrell hasn't even started filming The Batman yet and has already dyed his hair dark since those paparazzi photos went viral. Farrell appeared on Ellen on Wednesday where he said he recently finished filmin

Spooky Tunes, For Lovers and The Dead #FlyahReview

Spooky Tunes, For Lovers And The Dead Review An expert of combining elements of acoustic, blues, trip hop, and metal, Minneapolis-based Roman Non aka stAlkid is set to power up the music circuit with his new album. Bravely hustling through various problems to make it big as a performing artist, stAlkid has the skill of channeling his negative emotions into positive messages and overcoming his negative emotions in the process. Although stAlkid titled his album as Spooky Tunes, For Lovers And The Dead , the beautiful songs of this album cannot spook any listener. Rather, these songs convey positive messages via words that have negative overtones.  As the title suggests, Dreams In The Witch House is the first song in the album that starts the musical journey with the expectation of something creepy and supernatural that ends as a journey with confidence, happiness, and optimism. In this song, the artist surprises the listener. One moment, he appears to be seeing some

Watch Out Shania Twain, Here comes Iveta & Simone #FlyahReview

Iveta & Simone are an amazing duo that showcase a gift of musical and emotional drive; with Iveta having a serious background that started in 1982, she was playing the piano and joined a children's vocal group also participating in festivals television shows and concerts across Europe. Her partner Simone Brook also came from a musical family which makes this duo a force to be reckoned with. From performing to songwriting, these two present their selves to the fans in a flawless manner. With styles like Madonna and Shania Twain, the song has a magical touch to the listener. From first hearing the smash hit, "Weeping", i felt as if the instrumentation lifted me in a cloud of passion. The line "As the night goes on, I sleet into a sea of pain" depicts a picture of a person going through heartbreak that she can not manage to escape. Sometimes people make promises that they can not keep and the act of betrayal is more common than it should be. The lyri