The band made the announcement on Instagram, "Hard Skool is Fn here!! Stream it now." Originally bearing the working title 'Jackie Chan', 'Hard Skool' is a studio recording of a previously unreleased effort from the 2008 'Chinese Democracy' era. It's a flat-out, no-mucking-around rock number, peppered with smoking guitar licks.
In an interview with The New York Times, the singer and businesswoman commented on her new financial status, explaining that she's still getting used to it, reports Complex.com. "It's tricky because it's hard to even accept that's where you're at because I know where I've come from," she said.
On Friday, the K-pop supergroup sat down on Good Morning America alongside South Korean President Moon Jae-in to reflect on their history-making performance of 'Permission to Dance' at the UNGA, discuss their plans for touring, and their thoughts on Covid-19. "Since BTS represent the younger generation and many people relate to them, I believe they can spread awareness and empathy," President Moon said.
The Stans know all too well Mom's Spaghetti's usual spot (on Slim Shady's sweater) based on the lyric from Slim Shady's 2002 Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 hit 'Lose Yourself' when he raps, "His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy/ There's vomit on his sweater already, mom's spaghetti." Now, it's officially going to be located on 2131 Woodward Ave. in Detroit, where the grand opening will be held on September 29.
'Adom Olam' in Hebrew means 'Eternal Master'. This song is an ancient Hebrew hymn, re-imagined by Adir, who together with Kale have explored the idea of silence in spirituality. Talking about the same, Avi Adir shared: "While we are awake, and in an intention to create, then we have the space. And this space is part of the music, as breath is part of life."
Martin said: "I am having such a hard time in my life right now. And part of dealing with that is going back to look at all that stuff. I could not sing 'Paint It Black' by The Stones because I thought it was evil."
Originally released on September 24, 1991, the anniversary collection of 'Nirvana' will release on November 12. It includes classics like 'Smells Like Teen Spirit', grunge staples as 'Come As You Are', 'Lithium', 'In Bloom', 'Polly' and 'Drain You' that are re-imagined in a variety of formats that collectively feature more than 70 previously unreleased audio and video tracks.