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Favorite Wrestler Theme Songs: Samoa Joe

This theme is in my top 5 of all wrestling themes. I don't think any other theme has embodied the persona of its character like "Nation of Violence" by Dale Oliver. I love how they start it with his iconic intro and then at the end, drop to a new beat with Oliver's raspy flow. Pure adrenaline.    

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You Should Be Listening To Norman Sann

From an early age Norman Sann has had a shine. The backdrop of his beginnings is all too normal these days, but Norman was built differently. Norman Sanchez was born in Houston, Texas to a single mother. His father was serving time in jail and his older brothers were busy making moves in the street. For Norman, the music called louder than the streets. Norman's mother, despite struggles, sought to enroll Norman in acting classes and spent her time introducing him to all creative cultures. He was quickly enamoured with music. The storytelling of country music spoke to him, the…

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Nas Enlists DJ Premier for His New Joint “Define My Name”

Beginning with his classic debut, Illmatic (1994), Nas has stood tall as one of New York City's leading rap voices, outspokenly expressing a righteous, self-empowered swagger that has endeared him to critics and hip-hop purists. Whether proclaiming himself "Nasty Nas" or "Nas Escobar" or "Nastradamus" or "God's Son," the self-appointed King of New York has battled numerous adversaries, none more challenging than Jay-Z, who vied with Nas for the throne left in the wake of the Notorious B.I.G's 1997 assassination. Such headline-worthy drama has informed his provocative rhymes, delivered with a masterful flow and a wise perspective over beats by…

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Universal Pictures Continues to Backdoor Reboot Their Monsterverse with Abigail

When Universal Pictures wanted to reboot its Monsterverse, it started (and failed miserably) with the Tom Cruise-led Mummy in 2008. After it failed at the box office, they released the excellent Invisible Man, a smaller, budgeted movie starring Elizabeth Olsen. Now with the release of Abigail, a different take on a 'vampire' movie, it feels like Universal is still working on their verse, but in a sneaky way. But that's fine with me. If Abigail is as good as Radio Silence's last horror film, Ready or Not, I'll be a happy horror fan. Let's go!!!

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Comic Book Pull List for April 17th

This week, we have an all-Marvel pull list... most of them being Spider-comics. Throw in the very enjoyable Black Widow/Hawkeye and Ultimate Black Panther and we have a nice, quick reading list for this week. But book 5 of Avengers: Twilight dropped, so you know it has to be book of the week! Comic Book of The Week: Avengers: Twilight #5 by Zdarsky / Acuña The highlight of this week's comic selection boiled down to a tough choice between the second installment of The Spectacular Spider-men and the penultimate chapter of Avengers Twilight. As soon as I delved into the pages of Avengers Twilight,…

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Time For A Headphones Upgrade: Looking At The Apple AirPods Pro (2nd Generation) On Sale At Amazon

I have an abusive relationship with headphones.. meaning I usually wear them into the ground. I probably go through about half a dozen pairs each year. I'd like to just buy cheap pairs and treat them as disposable, but I can't deny I love nice sound quality. I've run the spectrum of brands, quality, and prices and I always seem to gravitate back toward Apple-branded headphones... even with the outrageous pricing! My last couple of pairs of headphones were both the Beats wireless 'tethered' in-ear and the Beats+ in-ear buds, which I bought both last year as my primary and backup…

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You Should Be Listening To Amindi

For as long as she can remember, 23 year-old singer-songwriter Amindi K. Frost—better known as just Amindi—has always loved telling stories. “I've been writing songs since I was maybe four or five years old,” she shares. “I always say that my songs are manifestations and stories.” – afropunk.com    

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