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Start Your Week Off With Elias & Finn Balor Singing “Shallow” At A WWE Live Event

WWE live events are always a lot of fun because the performers don’t have the pressure or constraints of live TV and can just enjoy themselves. If you don’t want to take my word for it, watch Elias and Finn Balor having a ball covering ‘Shallow” from a live event this weekend.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with pro wrestling, Finn Balor is the man in the red underpants made almost entirely of ab muscles. Elias is the homeless looking man with a giant scarf who is surprisingly great at music. Don’t ever change, WWE.

-Ryan

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Black Thought Capped Off A Great 2017 With A 10 Minute Freestyle On Hot 97

Black Thought is a talented man. He’s the lead singer of The Roots, one of the most gifted and influential hip hop bands in music history. As lead singer of the The Roots, he’s also the main voice for Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show house band. Mr. Trotter is also capable of doing remarkable things like this:

Black Thought Hot 97 Freestyle

I’m always fascinated by people who do things I could never dream of. I would have major issues talking for 10 minutes straight, never mind creating a coherent, entertaining freestyle. In addition to the freestyle, he also somehow pulls off the fancy hat and sunglasses look. The more I think about it, I’m not sure which feat is more impressive. Those are just a few of his many talents, and 2017 was a landmark year for the artist. He and The Roots continue to thrive on The Tonight Show, and he starred as Reggie Love on season 1 of The Deuce. Tonight Show house band, lyrical genius and starring on an acclaimed HBO show is a good career for most people. That’s just a year’s work for Black Thought.

-Ryan

HBO Released The First Look At It’s David Bowie Documentary: The Last Five Years

David Bowie was an enigma. He managed to be a pop culture icon and a mysterious figure at the same time. Since his death in 2016, fans have wanted an insight into the man that was David Bowie. While his peak was during the 70s and 80s have always fascinated fans, HBO is focusing on his final years in it’s new documentary.

The Last Five Years will chronicle Bowie at the end of his life and career. The main focus will be his last two albums: The Next Day & Blackstar, as well a musical he co-wrote, Lazarus. The doc will also focus on Bowie’s unwavering commitment to his artistic abilities even after he was diagnosed with cancer. With a subject as deep as Bowie and a production company as talented as HBO, this doc should be fantastic. David Bowie: The Last Five Years premieres January 8th, which would have been Bowie’s 71st birthday.

For all of our trailer alerts, click on the trailer alert tab on our home page.

-Ryan

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Have Stranger Things Fever? You’ll Love Millie Bobby Brown Rapping A Season 1 Recap

Millie can rap!

Stranger Things YouTube Link

At this point I would judge you if you DIDN’T have Stranger Things fever, because as good as season 1 was, season 2 was even better. It focused more on the whole cast (and even brought in a few new characters: RIP Bob. You were too good for this world). I loved all the pairings, especially Steve and Dustin and the re-connection of Mike & Eleven. If you haven’t watched ST2 yet and need a refresher on the first installment, Millie Bobby Brown has you covered. The fact that a 13 year old is this talented blows my mind. Enjoy!

Ryan

 

#MusicMonday: Jay-Z – 4:44

Season 43 of SNL premiered on Saturday night, and Jay-Z was the musical guest. His second performance was of 4:44, which is also the title of newest album that was released earlier in the summer. Have a great day on purpose everybody.

-Ryan

Happy 30 Years to Rick Astley & Never Gonna Give You Up

Human beings may not be able to agree on a lot of things, but one thing we should all agree on is that Never Gonna Give You Up by Rick Astley is a song that stands the test of time. Astley tweeted out a reminder that the song turned 30 today, which is kind of insane seeing as that means the song is older than I am. 80’s music will always have a place in my heart & Spotify library, and Never Gonna Give You Up will always be towards the top of the list. May we all be Rick roll’d for millenniums to come.

-Ryan

Music Monday – I Wanna Know

I’ve been on a gigantic 90s/early 00s R&B kick recently. I don’t think there was a better stretch of time for a genre of music in the history of the world. From the Gregorian monks chanting their dicks off in a cave somewhere far away, all the way up to 2017’s EDM scene, nothing matches R&B songs from my middle school dances. Every slow song was an absolute banger. BANGER. Joe’s ‘I Wanna Know’ has been stuck in my head for a solid week, so I figured i’d infest yours as well.

-Matt

P.S – 90s and early 00s music videos were fire.

A Paralyzed Zac Brown Band Fan Couldn’t Make It To Their Concert, So The Band Went To Him Instead

Thomas Schoettle was looking forward to seeing Zac Brown Band, his favorite country act, perform live on July 14. However, a tragic diving accident 17 days before the concert left the Pennsylvania teen paralyzed and unable to attend the show.

On Saturday, Zac Brown surprised his No. 1 fan at Bryn Mawr Rehab Center where Schoetlle continues to recover from his injuries, including a fractured neck and bruised spinal chord.

“Oh my God,” the 17-year-old Glenolden native said as Brown entered his room as seen in videos shared by his mother, Samantha Springfield-Schoettle, on Facebook. “I figured since you couldn’t come to us, we’d come to you,” Brown, 38, joked. – People

Is someone cutting onions around here? This is simply wonderful, and while it might’ve been a minor inconvenience for the ZBB to visit this kid in the hospital, it clearly meant the world to Thomas. I’ve never understood people who have fame, fortune or power and don’t use it for good, but I’m glad to see that Zac Brown and his band are some of the good guys. Kudos to them for this gesture, and hopefully Thomas continues to recover.

-Ryan

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