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22:46  27 september  2020
22:46  27 september  2020 Source:   thestacker.com

Mick Jagger thinks lost "Goats Head Soup" songs are terrible

 Mick Jagger thinks lost The world is currently enjoying three "new" songs by the Rolling Stones that have remained in the archives so far. But one band member thought nothing of them at first: Mick Jagger. © Provided by www.rollingstone.de Mick Jagger was initially not enthusiastic about releasing the recovered Stones songs. The world is currently enjoying three "new" songs by the Rolling Stones that were previously unpublished in the archives. But one band member thought nothing of them at first: Mick Jagger.

Vanderpump Rules isn't even filming and there's still plenty of drama unfolding.

Lala Kent took to Instagram Stories to set the record straight after Scheana Shay recently made comments about where their friendship stands.

Van Morrison protests Covid-19 lockdowns in three new songs

  Van Morrison protests Covid-19 lockdowns in three new songs The 74-year-old Northern Irish singer has criticized the government for canceling live music shows and questioned the science behind Covid-19 restrictions.The 74-year-old Northern Ireland musician is best known for the soft-rock classic "Brown Eyed Girl." But he is no longer so dulcet. His new singles feature lyrics so specific and incendiary they sound as though they were designed to be played at rallies and protests.

For a refresher, the "Good as Gold" singer described that she and Lala haven't been close for quite sometime in a Sept. 25 podcast episode of Scheananigans. "I think that it states pretty clear where our friendship stands," she shared. "Over the last few months, we haven't really talked, honestly."

As Scheana explained one example of their fall-out, she said she felt Lala wasn't there for her when she suffered a miscarriage with her and boyfriend Brock Davies' first baby together.

"I needed her and she wasn't there because she had dinner with celebrities," Scheana claimed, noting the stars were Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly. "Let's be real."

However, Lala addressed her co-star's claims and shared her side of the story in a lengthy message.

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"Anybody wondering my thoughts on @scheana 'dragging' me," Lala began her Instagram Story caption on Saturday, Sept. 26. "1. I'm not trippin too hard. In her mind that's how it happened. She would rather focus on me 'not being there for her' than the fact her man said he was working, turned his phone off and went golfing that day."

Coronavirus songs in Africa reveal the power of music with a message

  Coronavirus songs in Africa reveal the power of music with a message When graduate student Dipo Oyeleye heard the song "We Go Win (Corona)" by Cobhams Asuquo, a Nigerian singer-songwriter, he knew what his next research project would be: a study of the myriad coronavirus songs that flourished in Africa at the pandemic's onset on the continent.A screenshot from the video "We Go Win (Corona)" by Nigerian musician Cobhams Asuquo, via YouTube.

"Weird how that was just glazed over," the Give Them Lala founder continued. "This is why her relationships are always a trainwreck that make epic TV. She makes reality TV gold."

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Lala didn't stop there. She went on, "2. She claims I chose celebrity over her. Girl, weren't you just capitalizing off banging John Mayer 100 years ago?"

"3. She has a way of making everything about her. I've accepted that about her and found the endearing parts of it," Lala explained. "4. She has an idea of how everyone should react in certain situations. We usually always fail and she is left disappointed. This is why she has a new best friend every day. We can't keep up."

"When she told me she was really upset at Brock and just wanted to go to bed, I didn't know that meant 'come over right now,'" Lala described, adding, "I can't believe I just gave that much time to this s--t when we aren't even filming and I'm not getting paid. Smh."

Adding more fuel to the fire? Scheana was noticeably missing from Lala's gender reveal celebration on Sunday, Sept. 19. Vanderpump Rules co-stars in attendance included Stassi Schroeder, Katie Maloney, Brittany Cartwright and Kristen Doute.

Sylvan Esso look inward

  Sylvan Esso look inward On their third album, Free Love, Amelia Meath and Nick Sanborn embrace the complexity of being human. In a pandemic-free world, Meath and Sanborn — the musical duo now beloved as Sylvan Esso — would soon be trotting out their third album, Free Love, to massive festival crowds around the world. Instead, they’re Zooming from Durham today (Meath from their home, Sanborn from his car in a parking lot several miles away, en route back from their studio) and plotting their most DIY rollout since 2014. “It feels like MySpace again,” Meath says.

Earlier this year, Lala announced she and fiancé Randall Emmett were expecting their first child together. Last weekend, the couple learned they are having a baby girl.

And while Scheana didn't attend the baby festivities, there's one Vanderpump Rules star keeping her in the loop on her pregnancy news: Brittany.

"Brittany told me weeks ago that she was pregnant and she said she wanted to tell me even sooner but she said, 'I was just being so sensitive because I don't know exactly how you're feeling after the miscarriage,'" Scheana explained. "I was overjoyed for them but I was so appreciative that she took a second to think about my feelings before she told me and let me know before the public found out. "

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Here Are All the Billboard No. 1s in ‘Pass the Mic: Volume 3′ .
Keep passing the mic! DJ Cassidy’s series Pass the Mic is back with Volume 3, which dropped on Tuesday (Oct. 13), and it includes quite a few No. 1 hits.This time, the MC is celebrating his musical heroes of the ’80s and ’90s — 41, to be exact — in a mere 36 minutes. The series features Cassidy at his turntables at home, passing the virtual mic to celebrated musicians as they sing their classic tunes from their own homes via Zoom.

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