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Dr. Dre

Rapper breaks down the making of his biggest songs, his memories of Tupac, how he wrote Dr. Dre’s rhymes, and much more on Rolling Stone Music Now podcast For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Snoop also previews next year’s Super Bowl halftime show in upcoming episode of Rolling Stone Music Now For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Our Rolling Stone Music Now podcast continues a deep dive into our new 500 Greatest Songs of All Time List For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Jay-Z has overseen some decent Super Bowl halftime shows so far. Since Roc Nation took over production duties for the Pepsi-sponsored NFL championship intermission, there’s been the J.Lo/Shakira thing, and then last year’s Weeknd set. All of that pales in comparison to the lineup that will perform at Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

Jay-Z-produced show recruits West Coast hip-hop legends, Detroit rapper and NYC singer to perform together at first L.A.-area Super Bowl in 30 years For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

Death Row Records has launched the ‘Death Row Experience’ a virtual retrospective gallery that celebrates the 30th anniversary of the iconic label this year. The Los Angeles-based company now owned by Entertainment One (eOne), catapulted gangster rap into mainstream consciousness and cultivated hip-hop culture that continues to influence artists today. The virtual experience was created by Flux88 Studios in partnership with TillaVision and is open to the public for all to enjoy. TillaVision is a digital designer and renowned crypto artist who has worked with Pop Smoke, Nas, Cardi B, DJ Khaled, JuiceWRLD, and Swae Lee to name a few. Death Row Records was formed in 1991 and were the […]

The post Virtually Attend 'Death Row Experience' for Label's 30th Year appeared first on Music Connection Magazine.

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Dave Grohl Virginia Hanlon Grohl

The first episode of From Cradle To Stage is available now to stream via Paramount+. Released just in time for Mother’s Day, the six-part series explores the connection between musicians and their mothers. From Cradle To Stage was developed by Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl along with his mother Virginia Hanlon Grohl. The initial entry […]

The post Dave Grohl’s ‘From Cradle To Stage’ tours Dan Reynolds’ first music room appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Have you ever really stopped and thought about how intricate and difficult the process of making a successful album must be? There is, of course, the basic issue of inspiration. Every artist must wring something out from deep within themselves and try to make it cohere outside in the world, make it tangible enough that it communicates something to the listener — and even icons have their struggles with writer’s block. You might come up with seven or 10 brilliant compositions, but then still have nothing lyrically, or vice versa. And that’s just the writing. There are the players, the recording circumstances, the money, the ability or luck that results in a once-in-a-lifetime performance. While not quite on the level of, say, a major blockbuster production, it can be dizzying to consider the amount of factors that must fall into place for something as comparatively contained as an album to work. It’s a wonder we get as many great ones as we do.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

SNL music videos

The music and comedy worlds often collide whenever Saturday Night Live airs from Studio 8H at Rockefeller Center in New York City. Cast members such as Andy Samberg, Chris Redd, Pete Davidson, Aidy Bryant, Kenan Thompson and beyond have made the SNL music video digital shorts connect with audiences even more than the live sketches. […]

The post 12 ‘SNL’ music videos that are equal parts catchy and hilarious appeared first on Alternative Press.

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DeathRowOfficial.com, where fans can purchase music, merchandise, NFTs and much more. A special 30th Anniversary limited edition merch line will launch in late April. Death Row will be offering blockchain-based non-fungible-tokens (NFTs) throughout the year, beginning with Series 1: Nobody Does It Better, in partnership with Fanaply. Fans will have three tiers of the Death Row Series 1: Nobody Does It Better NFTs to choose from: Death Row Series: #1 Nobody Does It Better NFTs 3 Ultra-Rare 30th Anniversary Diamond Medallion & Necklace NFTs – Price: $30,030.30 Includes: 1 of 3 King Ice Limited Edition Death Row 30th Anniversary Medallion & Necklace: Extra-large King […]

The post Death Row Records Launches NFTs for 30th Anniversary appeared first on Music Connection Magazine.

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