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  1. When ‘Lord of the Mics’ Jammer, was recently pushed over on stage, in a shock incident at Wiley’s long-standing event ‘Eskimo Dance,’ claims quickly started to arise that it was none other than Premiership football legend Ian Wright who was the culprit. The claims lead to a social media frenzy with speculation as to why Ian Wright would have been so angered by Jammer and why he was even in attendance at a grime event in the first place. With confused fans of both parties calling for answers to the many questions that were on everyone’s lips, Ian Wright took to his own Instagram to respond to the whole situation. The incident then snowballed and the entire scenario made national news. Setting off a wave of hilarious memes (that included Jammer moonwalking) the story was trending across social media over several days. Read here: https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/767371/ian-wright-jammer-video-grime-mc-england-push-twitter-eskimo-dance-printworks. This event lead Jammer straight into the studio and the result is a track called, yes, you guessed it: 'Ian Wright’ and by the looks of things, Ian fully approves: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bvl10k7lYG0. In fact, Ian is fully embracing it and is also rumoured to appear in the video, which launches today, alongside a number of celebrity guest cameos from the football and music world. Although born from a negative incident that would be pretty difficult for any artist to recover from, Jammer has been quick to show that there is no place for any bad vibes and has flipped the situation in to a pretty epic outcome that only he could do. Naturally pulling in one of the world’s biggest Football legends and also a production courtesy of huge Australian producer: ‘What So Not,’ (who has previously worked with Flume, RL Grime, Dillon Francis and Skrillex), ‘Ian Wright’ is born as an electronic grime masterpiece doused in wonky baseline and topped with Jammer’s lyrical skill and wit. Known for his humour and creative genius to his hundreds of thousands of followers, Jammer is one of the foundational lynchpins of the grime scene. Part of ‘Boy Better Know’ alongside Skepta and also director of seminal brand Lord of the Mics, Jammer gets it in the back of the net as 'Ian Wright' scores with football and music fans, plus anyone that enjoys a bit of top entertainment! Instagram: @Jammerbbk Twitter: @Jammerbbk Facebook: @Jammerbbk Watch Video:
  2. “David Guetta has a massive one on the way…” –Billboard “If there’s something we’ve learned in recent years, it is: David Guetta + Brooks = A masterpiece.” – We Rave You A year after David Guetta and Brooks combined forces on the international powerhouse club single and festival favorite “Like I Do” (with Martin Garrix), comes the duo’s next collaborative effort, “Better When You’re Gone” – out today via What A Music Ltd/Parlophone/Big Beat Records – https://guetta.co/BetterWhenYoureGonePR! A stunning production, both a dancefloor hit and a radio anthem, written in partnership with New York singer-songwriter duo Loote; features cute melancholy vocals which unfold over shimmering, chorused guitars as the track kicks off, before it explodes into the joyous chorus with a driving beat underpinning it. Next comes the spine-tingling lead riff that bursts into play out of nowhere, building towards the full drop where it dances and prances over chunky beats and phat electro bass. More sorrowful guitars greet us in the next breakdown, setting the stage for the beautiful vocals once again. Kicking off another huge year for David Guetta, the global superstar DJ/producer will perform on the mainstage at Ultra Music Festival in Miami and has an upcoming residency at Wynn Las Vegas in April. Meanwhile, his seventh studio-album “7” has sold over two million copies and the most recent music video for “Say My Name” with J Balvin and Bebe Rexha has picked up over 250 million views in just two months.
  3. While Kim Kardashian has just announced that her 3rd child will be a girl, Kim Kardashian has also shared her favorite songs to help her get ready. From living in the spotlight to preparing for her latest fragrance release, Kim Kardashian somehow maintains to keep it all together. Thankfully, Kim Kardashian has decided to share The post Kim Kardashian Listens To Calvin Harris & Daft Punk When Getting Ready appeared first on EDM Sauce. Source: EDM Sauce
  4. Tiga posted a very raw and honest thing on facebook yesterday, which just goes to show that even the big guys have off days. The original post is here: Quoted below: "Here's something nobody talks about; how about when you DONT kill it. How about when you are what is actually wrong with the party. Your programming is lazy, your decisions are Ill-informed, you vacillate between confidence and cluelessness. Your records sound slow. You can't maintain a connection. The center cannot hold. You summon up arrogance to bolster your position. THEY obviously don't get it. Those "people" out there. That unknowing primitive mass doesn't understand the levels: that I'm a tortured post-trance, deep-funk acid-tinged anti-techouse futurist pop-laced groove martyr and that even when my effort is minimal and my energy is anemic and my playlists are best compared to outsider art and my grasp of the situation is utterly compromised by my self-absorption---- they should still bow down to my REPUTATION and go crazy and scream and clap. But no. There are nights when they know something you don't. And just like that, for a few hours, the magic is gone. And that's ok- makes it all the more magical when it reappears in another city, on another night. So yeah, sorry Rome. I love you but I just didn't kill it tonight. Love t" What a legend!
  5. CHAPTER 5. I wasn't there but this was how I imagined it. Mum and Ginny sitting side by side on the couch that Tuesday night. It was late. The TV was on. No sleep between them. Ginny who was closest to Mum, had been since we children hit our twenties, the family diaspora. This because Ginny hadn’t scattered, had stayed, had put years into her job, had bought a house on her own, lived there on her own, the beautiful cage Mum sometimes called it, out of Ginny's hearing. So sitting there, that night, their hands touching, and Mum’s grey hair pulled back and with a glass of wine in hand and both in their nighties, and Ginny wan and struggling and Mum feigned-cheerful and struggling and Ginny with her self-effacing bravery, the strength that had seen her suffer through the first weeks on her own, not wanting to make a fuss, not wanting to impose - except now neither of them could fake, Amber had called, Carrie and her were on a flight, would be home from London in thirty hours, and it was just another nail driven deep, events careening out of control, the speed of events fucking terrifying, four days, a flu, a virus, a death sentence and soon, the family gathering, the shroud of shock evaporating, and as they sat that night and were sleepless Ginny whispered, “Mum, I’m scared.” What did you say to that? Mum would not have known, none of us would. Except, we were scared too. Maybe Mum told Ginny there was hope, always, though there was no treatment plan, the family gathered, it was obvious where this road led, maybe she talked of God, of his plans, of faith, or maybe it wasn’t that way at all, maybe it was the way where Mum wept, softly, and Ginny comforted her, they were side by side on the couch and Mum’s head on Ginny’s shoulder and Ginny telling Mum it would be okay, except they both knew it wouldn’t, couldn't be, it was obvious where this road led, and maybe Mum begged forgiveness for moving away, for leaving, though Dad was ill, needed to retire, wanted out of the big smoke, nobody could have known, and maybe they both thought of the visit of Ginny’s friend Melissa that afternoon, Melissa who had seen more of Ginny than the family over the last few months, they were close, had bonded, and how they, Ginny and Melissa, had sat on the couch and held hands and not talked very much, but we all saw how desperately Ginny clutched her hand, and we all felt the aching finality in the room - feel better, soon - and maybe it was all of those things or maybe it was none of those things but I do know Mum and Ginny talked and talked true that night, admitted, reconciled, and Ginny told Mum what she regretted were not her undone dreams but the future family celebrations, the missed Christmases and weddings, the nieces and nephews. And how she wanted to write letters to us all, I know she told Mum that. And when I think of Ginny I think of how her sadness were not of herself but of us, and I think of those letters, and I wish, wish there had been time for her to write them. * * * * This blog is a story. Each post picks up from the last. If you are new, start at the bottom with post 1 and then work your way up. * * * * Enjoying what you're reading? Please take the time to follow the blog, like and comment. Your support means a lot. Also, sharing is caring. * * * *
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