Common Raps Powerful Verse at 2018 Woman's March in Utah [VIDEO]

Demonstrators across the U.S. rallied together as part 2018 Women’s March on Saturday (Jan. 20). In Park City, Utah, Common was among the guest speakers at a rally and delivered a rap for the women activists in attendance. Common recited his powerful verse from "The Day Women Took Over," which is from his 2016 album Black America Again. “The New World Order is fathers loving their daughters/ And baby’s mamas supported and...

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There is a megamix full of Hottest 100 classics

To celebrate triple j‘s Hottest 100 reaching 25 years, Melbourne duo Miicha have dished up a monstrous megamix full crowd favourites from the past quarter century. The nearly 2-hour mix bounces through pretty much every genre under the sun, blending The Killers into Skrillex, Jay-Z and Kanye West into Benny Benassi and System a Down into Prodigy with the smoothest efforts. They even have Freestyler in there, and that gets some...

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Over $6000 Worth Of DJ Gear Stolen From The Secret XX After-Party

Those in Sydney on the weekend would have been very aware that international heavy hitters The XX were in town finishing up an Australian tour playing a hefty show in the grassy fields The Domain. What was slightly more under the radar was an after-party at a secret location in a unused bunker outside the city, running until the early morning with some the band and friends that included Jamie XX, Romy and more hitting the decks...

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Stream Boiler Room live from Melb’s Sugar Mountain festival right here
Jan20

Stream Boiler Room live from Melb’s Sugar Mountain festival right here

One Melbourne’s best boutique festivals, Sugar Mountain is underway today for another year, and once again Boiler Room are in attendance. Hosting their own stage, Boiler Room will be broadcasting a range sets from the likes Shanti Celeste, Project Pablo, Honey Dijon and more. The live feed is underway now, so check out the set times and time...

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French Montana Returns to His Homeland Morocco in 'Famous' Video
Jan19

French Montana Returns to His Homeland Morocco in 'Famous' Video

French Montana returned to his homeland Morocco in his new video for “Famous,” his new single from his latest album, Jungle Rules. In the Director X-helmed clip, French takes viewers on a picturesque journey his Moroccan roots. In one heartfelt scene, French visit his grandmother’s grave. From the people who live and work in the city to children who play soccer in the streets, the message is clear — French never forgets where he...

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