Kanye West Seemingly Updates 'DONDA' Mixes and Featured Artists

Kanye West has seemingly shared a new version of DONDA with updates on mixing and the featured guests. As pointed out by reddit user PyroDZN, the most obvious changes on DONDA are the replacements of KayCyy and Chris Brown on “Keep My Spirit Alive” and “New Again” with Ye and the Sunday Service Choir during the hooks, more bass on “Junya” and a change in the mixes of “God Breathed,” “Come to Life” and “Jail pt 2.”
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Snoop Dogg Announces Next Album on 'Tonight Show'... Plus a Def Jam Kids' Album Too: Exclusive Video

Snoop Dogg has a new album on the way -- and one for the kids too. During his interview on Monday night's (Sept. 27) Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon -- premiering exclusively on Billboard below ahead of tonight's telecast -- Snoop discusses his new role as Def Jam executive creative and strategic consultant and announces that he has his own album on the way too.
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Robert Fripp’s Drive To 1981: King Crimson’s Discipline at 40

He had become art rock’s ultimate sideman, but Robert Fripp still had more to prove. Joe Banks charts the maverick guitarist’s progress from spiritual crisis in the 70s to musical reawakening in the 80s. When King Crimson released Discipline, their eighth studio album, on September 22 1981, reactions ranged across...
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Ringo Starr remembers drumming in his attic with Charlie Watts and John Bonham

Ringo Starr has recalled a story of him jamming in his attic with the late Charlie Watts and John Bonham, saying it makes him wish TikTok existed in the 1970s. The Beatles’ drummer was speaking in a press conference about his new EP ‘Change The World’, when he remembered the three iconic drummers sharing a jam session.

Maroon 5 in concert

All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled. Maroon 5 comes to The Woodlands as part of their 2021 North American Tour. The rockers have released six albums in their career, including 2017's Red Pill Blues.

BTS to hold first in-person concerts for the first time in two years

K-pop boyband BTS have announced that they will holding their first in-person concerts for the first time in two years, since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The septet are set to bring their upcoming online concert ‘Permission To Dance On Stage’ live to Los Angeles, California later this year. BTS will be performing at SoFi Stadium on November 27 and 28, and December 1 and 2. It will be the boyband’s first in-person concert since their 2019 ‘Love Yourself: Speak Yourself’ tour.

Songwriter returning home for show

NEW BERLIN - Songwriter Adam James will return to his hometown Oct. 6 as opening act for the Sangamon County Fair Fan Appreciation Concert featuring Riley Green. James grew up on a farm near New Berlin and moved to Nashville, Tennessee, after graduating college. He has written songs... ★ FURTHER...

Kabza De Small – Sunday Fun (Main Mix)

Kabza De Small – Sunday Fun (Main Mix) Mp3 Download. Stream And Download Sunday Fun (Original Mix) by Kabza De Small Mp3 320kbps Baixar Amapiano 2021 songs datafilehost CDQ Itunes Song Below. Today, we unlock one of the old productions from Piano Hub boss, Kabza De Small. Check out more...

Information Society Shares Vibrant New Music Video For “Would You Like Me If I Played A Guitar”

Synthpop, while electrifying in the audio alone, is often amplified with bold visuals. In their video for “Would You Like Me If I Played A Guitar,” Information Society reveals the heart of the genre through new-wave visual effects. As the video begins, you feel as if lead singer Kurt Larson is moving through a video game: turquoise lights and lightning bolts move across the screen, and the background alternates between neon-colored Greek statues and geometric mountains on a magenta sea.

Judas Priest delay rest of tour after Richie Faulkner is hospitalised with heart issues

Judas Priest have postponed the remaining dates of their US tour, as guitarist Richie Faulkner is being treated at hospital for "major medical heart condition issues". The Rob Halford-fronted heavy metal legends last performed at Louder Than Life Festival in Louisville, Kentucky on Sunday (26.09.21), and they have now announced that the rest of their '50 Heavy Metal Years' run is being delayed after the 41-year-old rocker was hospitalised.

Tuesday Tracks: Your Weekly New Music Discovery – Sept. 28

Whether you’re listening to ATARASHII GAKKO!’s progressive J-pop, Deerhoof’s avant-garde rock or Dave Schulz’s latest endeavors, this week’s selections are a treat for the ears. We round out the best songs of the week with Bebi Monsuta, The Aquadolls and Penelope Isles. Deerhoof, “Scarcity is Manufactured” — It’s widely said...

Snoop Dogg Working On 19th Studio Album "Algorithm" & Kids Project For Def Jam

Uncle Snoop is always preparing for his next major move, and he's revealed his plans for his forthcoming album. Snoop Dogg is an icon unlike any other as he has not only been in the industry for decades, but he has jumped genres, starred in films, and has been at the forefront of the cannabis industry's legalization efforts for years.

SHINee’s Key Tops iTunes Charts Around The World With First Solo Mini Album “BAD LOVE”

SHINee’s Key made a successful solo debut with his first mini album “BAD LOVE”!. Key released “BAD LOVE” on September 27 at 6 p.m. KST, and it topped iTunes Top Albums charts in 32 different regions, including the United States, Canada, United Arab Emirates, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Finland, Japan, India, Ireland, Lithuania, Macau, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Nigeria, New Zealand, Peru, the Philippines, Poland, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Indonesia, Thailand, Bolivia, Turkey, and Vietnam.
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Rum Music For September Reviewed By Jennifer Lucy Allan

Insect percussions, haunted workouts, hungry shells and phasing saxophones in this month's bumper back-to-school edition surveying sound and music's outer limits and inner spaces. Annea Lockwood, photo by Sam Green. Rum Music is back after a brief summer holiday, so I'm making this back-to-school edition a bumper sized column, with...
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Princess Century

Maya Postepski of Austra and TR/ST goes full pop on her new Princess Century album, finds Amanda Farah. Maya Postepski hasn’t produced much as a solo artist, but she’s a musician who keeps busy. It’s taken six years for her to release s u r r e n d e r, her second full length as Princess Century, but in that time the former Austra and TR/ST drummer and synth player released and contributed to several albums with her previous bands.

The Lathums Set to Oust Drake From U.K. Chart Throne

The Lathums could snag chart glory at the first attempt. The British indie band lead the midweek U.K. albums chart with How Beautiful Life Can Be (Island), their debut full-length release. The Wigan act’s album leads the Official Chart Update with a “healthy lead” of 3,700 combined sales over its...
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Ruth Leon recommends…The Feeling of Going

​This is seriously weird but, obviously, this very important Swedish theatre deemed it significant enough to devote enormous resources to it. In truth, I couldn’t make head nor tail of it but I watched it, mesmerised, from end to end. ​It’s a chance to enjoy one of those rare pieces...