"Boston" by The Amy Incident

"Boston" by The Amy Incident 

Among the steady and true group of pop punk songs on The Amy Incident's self-titled record lay several that you simply cannot get away from. In this tasteful bunch is one that stands out even more. What does that mean exactly? Glad you asked. It's when you hear a song that plays on repeat in your head for hours once you've heard it. "Boston" is just such a song. Endlessly catching, short and sweet, and pop to the maximum. Now, this isn't the only great song on this record, it's just the most fun. Hear it for yourself.


Breaking news: Politicians Don't Get to Say What They Want

After a firestorm on Twitter makes not only headlines on newspapers but has the internet turning their heads on the press that President Donald Trump has received over a 72 hour timespan.

Twitter had just recently added a feature on their service and platform that now fact checks certain information or misinformation related to political matters.

According to Facebook CEO and founder, Mark Zuckerburg, Politicians can't say what they want on Twitter or other platforms without bring across the table on facts.

Regardless of an executive order signed by Trump in attempt to weaken the power of social media platforms due to dismissive view on free speech, the platform creators are not budging and believe the order will not stick.

Breaking news: William Small Dies at age 93

Iconic CBS correspondent William Small of WHAS-TV has died at the age of 93.

He in the photo was receiving a prize from then president John F. Kennedy.

Under the leadership of Small, he launch CBS Washington Bureau into a powerhouse in news journalism. The bureau was home to other correspondents such as Walter Conkrite Dan Rather Katie Couric (formerly of NBC) and currently of Norah McDonnell

Smalls contribution to CBS will not go unnoticed and he will be miss but the groundwork he laid wont be forgotten

Breaking news: Title IX is Not Exempted from Covid 19

Title IX is a legitimate case proven and assure that women's participation in sports activities are not removed or ignored. Hence why the NCAA sends scholarship to both male and female athletes.

On the contrary, state officials individually have been risking concerns of allowing sports to return in 2020 in the midst of a global pandemic that has plague the U.S.

The consequences are severely high if returned too early causing others to be asymptomatic to conditions that can require testing. The health and well being of the collegiate athletes are just as important as wimning a regional or statewide championship. The time to recover as a sports fan or nation is now. Title IX is not exempted from Covid 19 so the time to initiate the following season must be put on hold

Breaking news: Tracee embraces her inner Diana

Girlfriends star Tracee Ellis Ross is the daughter of the legendary singer Diana Ross. Tracee also stars in the ABC non laugh track comedy show, Blackish as Rainbow Johnson.

Tracee also hits the silver screen often but this experience was a spectacular performance as she pushes to a singing role in the 2020 film, the High Note, which is executive produced and written by former NWA member now owner/founder of the Big 3 basketball league, Ice Cube.

Tracee channels in her inner Diana in a performance that is breathtaking and a movie that can inspire and uplift those binge watching under the Covid 19 pandemic and bring a sense of radiance both on and off screen

Breaking news: Sirius XM providing info on Covid 19 coverage

Sirius XM is a digital radio brand and they have been providers for music and talk radio.

This is the first time that Sirius is getting serious of development of providing news covering Covid 19 with numbers and statistical data.

The coronavirus is also covered by national and local division of news teams by TV radio and newspapers. On a digital platform, a leap like this could be beneficial for the listener to intake journalism on a different perspective.

Breaking news: CBS with Layoffs

CBS has a series of layoffs after reevaluating its staff and marketing division. The situation related to Covid 19 has caused the higher power at ViacomCBS to make measurable decisions after several hours passed Wednesday May 27th.

The unemployment rate in the United States economy is on an all time high and programming is slowly trying to return to normalcy.

More than 20 positions had been cut and replacements are not expected to be made until the coast is clear from the coronavirus

Breaking news: 2 Chainz Restaurant Shut Down

Atlanta based rapper, 2 Chainz has a restaurant and has been funding it since 2015. The money and proceeds have been giving to underprivileged children in impoverished neighborhoods.

However the Georgia State Department of Health had issued a violation against the restaurant after the occupancy level was above the required amount due to social distancing guidelines. 

The establishment was shut down on May 24th and the legal team of 2 Chainz are now countersuing the dept of health for involuntary termination.

The team of 2 Chainz are expected to be in court in a matter of weeks.

Breaking news: WWE teasing a split between a Women's Tag Team

WWE women's tag team the Iiconics had a sloppy moment during a promo on Monday Night Raw after some tea was spilled in the middle of a response towards the Women's Tag Champions, Nikki Cross and Alexa Bliss.

Peyton Royce (woman to the right of the photo) made mention of a slap occuring years prior their formation stirred up controversy which caused Billie Kay (woman to the left) to be apologetic.

The tag champions took advantage of the situation by responding but they were attacked by the Iiconics. Dating back last week, the Australian duo were not successful at winning the titles as they were hit with a DQ.

More details on a possible break up still to come.

Breaking news: KFC is testing a new Chicken Sandwich

KFC in the state of Florida is testing out a chicken sandwich. The sandwich may seem normal in size but this one is to be containing 20% in size due to thick pickles.

While competing in a rivalry against Popeyes, KFC is trying hard to find a stage to introduce this sandwich to all locations as soon as possible. 

12,000 locations are expected to see this new sandwich by the end of 2020 crossing to early 2021 

Breaking news: Jerry Seinfeld Controversial Stand Up Special Catches Heat for Netflix

When hearing the name Jerry Seinfeld, you know the master of your domain type of jokes can stir up controversy.

23 hours to kill was the title of the stand up special on Netflix and critics from all angles begin to microscope all details and have eyewitnesses around for what may come out of Jerry's mouth.

Out of touch and more leaning to the outdated style, Jerry round of routine sounded like on stage in the beginning credits of his 90s hit sitcom instead of being more in tune to modern times.

Graded a D on the scale of A to F by other sources. The jokes flying off has warranted investigations with the White House and even public facilities to shut down in the face of another pandemic.

Seinfeld has been more vocal on the coronavirus conversation but if trying to bring more people to laughter, there should be better material instead of focusing heavily on the virus itself.

Breaking News: Migos Changes Album Title

Atlanta based trio hip hop group Migos have been busy at work since their single "Bad & Bougee" had granted them grammy award status.

The trio did release a record "we give no F" during the course of 2020 however, the process of titling their album was a hard one.

The initial title was to be Culture III but according to Quavo of Migos, the title was scrapped and has now remained to be determined until more word or information comes forth.

Breaking News: Dr. Fauci blocked on testifying against the White House

The White House has blocked Dr. Anthony Fauci from testifying before a House subcommittee next week, but promised to offer testimony "at the appropriate time."
A House Appropriations Committee spokesman also confirmed that the White House had prevented Fauci from testifying as a witness during a subcommittee hearing on the COVID-19 response scheduled for next week.
The White House called such a testimony "counterproductive" in the heat of the pandemic.

While the Trump Administration continues its whole-of-government response to COVID-19, including safely opening up America again and expediting vaccine development, it is counter-productive to have the very individuals involved in those efforts appearing at Congressional hearings," White House spokesperson Judd Deere said in a statement.  "We are committed to working with Congress to offer testimony at the appropriate time."
However, a senior administration official told the Washington Post Fauci is scheduled to appear at a Senate hearing the following week about testing.
"It's not muzzling, it's not blocking, it's simply trying to ensure we're able to balance the need for oversight, the legitimate need for oversight, with their responsibilities to handle COVID-19 work at their respective agencies and departments," said the official.
Although the House will not be in session next week, lawmakers scheduled an in-person hearing for Wednesday before the House Appropriations subcommittee on labor, health and human services, education and related agencies, chaired by Rep. Rosa L. DeLauro, D-Conn. Lawmakers can choose to attend despite the House being out of session.
Fauci, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has been a trusted figure in administration's efforts to monitor, contain and mitigate the spread of the virus.
Trump and Fauci have at times publicly disagreed on how long it will take to form a coronavirus vaccine and the efficacy of chloroquine, an anti-malaria drug.
In late April, Trump said he didn't agree with Fauci's assessment of U.S. testing readiness to begin reopening.
"We need to significantly ramp up not only the number of tests, but the capacity to perform them, so that you don't have a situation where you have a test, but it can't be done because there isn't a swab, or because there isn't extraction media or not the right vial," Fauci told Time. "I am not overly confident right now at all that we have what it takes to do that. We are doing better, and I think we are going to get there, but we are not there yet."

"As you know, we have done more testing than every other nation combined, and that's a big statement. When they talk about different tests and different things, we are also a bigger nation than most," Trump said during a White House daily press briefing. "And so, when they look at statistics, statistically, we are doing phenomenally, in terms of mortality, in terms of all of the different elements that you can judge. If he said that, I don't agree with him."
Still, Fauci told Science Magazine that Trump listens to his authority on substantive matters.
"Even though we disagree on some things, he listens. He goes his own way. He has his own style. But on substantive issues, he does listen to what I say," said Fauci.

Gabrielle Saro has reasons for the song, "Skippin" - #FlyahReview

Gabriele Saro is a violinist with additional skills such as playing piano and an organ. Born in Spilimbergo, Italy, he always had a great level of confidence in the pursuit of music. In 2012, Gabriele achieved a masters in nero-linguistic programming and went on to collaborate with Marco Valerio Ricci. Prior to this achievement, he also received a bachelors degree in business ecomonics, a diploma in violin, and a masters in film composition. Later down the road, he participated in a master class for film scoring and music production which was hosted by plethora of talented engineers and musicians. He also have won several national and international prizes in songwriting competitions that was in the U.K. and United States.

Flyah Entertainment was blessed to get a great submission from Gabriele Saro. Right from the jump, I was instantly blown away by the heavy instrument infused production of the epic track, "Skippin". The song is so breathtaking and extremely relative. Gabriele Saro mentioned that it was a collaboration with Yves Agbessi and Francesco SIliotto.  I thought the mixing and mastering on this Single was delightful and the mixture of sounds in the production made this track unique and well polished!  When it comes to subject matter “Skippin” is a familiar topic but graces us in the art of song arrangement.  

Truthfully we all have heard songs that stamp a time period like a brand on a cow.  What makes it hard at times is when songs remind you of a love interest that your no longer interested in.  Once represented by love these songs where so blissful, now they are a nuisance leading to the song title Skippin

If I had to rate this song a scale of 1 to 10 it would get a 10!
The remarkable vocal range and smooth transitions made this track a joyful experience.  If you want to hear some of his awesome talent visit his website at http://www.gabrielesaro.com/

Indie Rocker Drew Keenan Releases Monachopsis Album

Indie Rocker Drew Keenan Releases Monachopsis Album

Monachopsis is packed out with absolutely charming indie rock songs from beginning to end. The one man band writes and records all the songs on his own and released this full sized garage rock masterpiece with a  "Sweet Cherry" on top. The single ("Sweet Cherry") is a song that reminds you of your youth and leads the way for the album to play out. Bases out of West Virginia, Keenan is working his way up the indie rock ranks. Get the tunes on BandcampSpotifyYoutubeAppleMusic, or just pop in a search for this up and comer. 

The Key Rocks Great Vocals, Tantalizing sounds!

The Key Rocks is a solo project from Irishman Kevin James Murphy. Born in Dublin Ireland 1971 to a musical household. Studied paino and music from a young age and then branched into recorder, guitar, clarinet and a variety of other instruments. Derailled from the music path for many years as he help down the "day job". Passions re-emerged when he started to actively support up and coming artists and bands in helping them release music. Decidied to try and record and release music from home in a LoFi, dont breat the bank approach, utilizing outlets like CD Baby to get the music distributed globally. During 2019 he has managed to attract over 41,900 followers on Spotify, significant international radio airplay including some key independent radio interviews across Europe and the United States. The latest single "Show me something" was selected by the Spotify editorial team to be listed on the "A Breath of fresh Eire" playlist.  Deje Reve is the second album from The Key Rocks release May 2020


Sunweight drops Feral EP

Sunweight drops Feral EP

Memphis TN has plenty of music to offer in many styles and genres. Sungweight offers some of the best alternative rock you've heard in a while. Dropping their Feral EP, Sunweight gives us some enormous down and dirty guitar riffs, and twists in some pop rock to top it all off. One of the best tracks from the EP is called "Birth"; a smart, grungy, and slightly quirky track that really gets its hands wrapped around your brain pretty fast and doesn't quite let go. To amplify the song is the accompanying music video. Showing the stranger but fun side of the band, the "Birth" video is a ride worth taking. But don't take our word for it, see for yourself. 

Remy Ma Discusses "Female Rappers Not [Being Taken] Seriously" In Hip Hop

Discussing the power of the pen in hip hop can turn into a great debate. Throughout hip hop history there have been artists who have impressed fans with their lyricism, but there are others who know how to become hitmakers without necessarily relying on lyrical abilities. The hosts of State of the Culture have continued to meet together through video chat, and recently they spoke about the differences between being a rapper with a great pen game and a rapper who navigates the industry as a business to top the charts.

During the chat, Remy Ma threw her name into the mix. "The same way with me. I could be the...most of these females can't mess with me," she said. "But when it comes to the business across the scale, there's certain things that I'm not going to do to make sure that I get there. I'm just not doing that. And there's just certain things that are not going to get me there, just because I'm me." She added that just because others may seem more successful than her doesn't mean that they're better lyrically; they're just better at moving and shaking in the business side of things.
Elsewhere, Remy Ma discussed "female rappers not [being taken] seriously." She added that there are a handful of women in rap whose "pen really moves and if they wanted to, they could stand toe-to-toe with the guys." When asked what women she was referring to, Remy proceeded with caution and said that you have to be careful about complimenting other femcees in the game. Remy Ma did add that it doesn't matter what she thinks of someone personally; if they have skills, she'll keep it real and say that. Check out State of the Culture below and let us know what women in the rap game have the best pens.

The Ordinary Things are Walking With Giants

The Ordinary Things are Walking With Giants

Alt rock outfit The Ordinary Things ooze vocal hook lines and create a dark-ish atmosphere with their new single "Walking With Giants". The single has a light and airy rock vibe to it while that chorus gets embedded into your brain. Over lapping melodies and the overall feel of the song gives off a cinematic essence. Like you can hear the track in a film or television show.  Of course, "Walking With Giants" is the newest installment from the band as their album "Stories" also takes on a lot of this style. A very dreamscape direction of alternative rock all around. And all around very good. 

Cheflodeezy - Koockin & Juggin - Artist Feature

Cheflodeezy is a Jamaican born Miami based artist. Deezy moved to Opa Locka, Miami at the age of 9 where he lived with his mom and younger brother. Deezy found his love for music as a teenager at Miami Central High, when his best friend at the time introduced him to the beat making platform Fruity Loops. After high school, Deezy fell into the street life. By the age of 21 he had multiple arrests, struggled with homelessness and the loss of a few close friends to gun violence. After almost going to prison for undisclosed cases and the birth of his first child llamiyah, Deezy decided to change his life.

He went to culinary school and pursued a career as a professional chef. This is where he got the nick name “Cheflodeezy”. He free-styled and had other students listen to his music on a daily basis. After graduating culinary school, Deezy began to climb in the hospitality industry. Cheflodeezy started to literally blow up in the culinary word where he was featured in SoHo House world magazine as a rising star on Deco drive, and cooking for various celebrities on visits. Never letting his love for music die, Cheflodeezy went to recording studios on his days off and wrote music before and after work on most days. Still dream chasing and dropping music weekly, Cheflodeezy does this for the love of the craft