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Yonas Michael, formerly of U-N-I, is back with a genre-defying new album, Lost in Hollywood, that draws on everything from hip-hop to doo-wop, R&B to punk rock and everything in between.
The project features 14 original tracks, including the highly rated PUNKS and House of Women.
Joining Yonas on Lost in Hollywood are Warm Weather, Booker T, Phil Ade and more. Production comes courtesy of Aj Subat, Faahz, Mainframe, Ro Blvd and others. The album’s art work was done by Jessika Cardinahl.
Here's a snippet of the Language Arts WWS Magazine interview...
What are some things artists need to be careful of?
Illusions of Grandeur, frenemies, dick riders and gold diggers. People will promise you everything and give you nothing, it’s important to remember that no one is going to help you more than yourself. Sad I had to cut a lot of friends off who started acting crazy and we ain’t even seeing big money yet. Just a taste of local celebrity can change the way friends treat you, and though compliments are nice I don’t like being around people over-jocking my shit it’s just uncomfortable. Click on the pic above to read the entire WWS Magazine interview on Language Arts.
Felisha Archuleta, whose child was rejected by a Denver Girl Scout troop because he has "boy parts," said she is still waiting for an official call and an apology from the Colorado Girl Scouts.... Click on the above pic to read what the Colorado Girl Scouts had to say.
Kool Keith is a hip hop artist from The Bronx, New York. He's a founding member of Ultramagnetic MCs, Kool Keith has recorded prolifically both as a solo artist and in group collaborations. Kool Keith is the self-proclaimed inventor of horrorcore. Kool Keith is also known for an explicit style focusing on sexual themes, which he has referred to as "pornocore".
Parrish meets up with his agent Tony Croce for a possible pitch job with Catch Social, a social dating network run by the Levy Brothers. Parrish also attempts to link up with his next date Ingrid, a selection of Blue's. Written Directed by Tony Clomax. Produced by Tony Clomax Emelyn Stuart.
"You Can't Win" is a song performed by American recording artist Michael Jackson in the 1978 musical film The Wiz. The song was written by composer Charlie Smalls specifically for Jackson's role as Scarecrow in the movie, a retelling of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz that featured an all-black cast. In keeping with The Wiz's role as a blaxploitation film, "You Can't Win" and its corresponding scene in the movie allude to mistreatment of African Americans.