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In his 1981 book Danse Macabre, legendary author Stephen King makes a potent defense for the kind of films that are often labeled “guilty pleasures.” “I’m no snob,” King writes, “and if you are, that’s your problem. In my business, if you lose your taste for good baloney, it’s time you got into some other […]

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This Thursday, August 27, Grammy-winning producer and songwriter Ricky Reed will host ROOM-AID—a livestream community fundraiser and The Room album release party. Tune in at 8:30PM PST during Reed’s NICE LIVE! livestream that evening, via the Nice Life YouTube channel. The event will feature appearances by Don Cheadle, Leon Bridges, Terrace Martin, Kiana Ledé, Dirty Projectors, and more! Reed and Nice Life are partnering with The Solutions Project, a nonprofit that connects people with frontline communities working to combat the climate crisis. The Solutions Project promotes climate justice through grantmaking and amplifying the stories of frontline community leaders in media, using culture as a tool to get people to pay attention to what’s working and […]

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Distributed by: Nice Life Recording Company Produced by: Ricky Reed While Reed is the artist on this project, released through his Nice Life imprint, the master producer magnanimously spotlights a stellar cast who collaborated remotely. “Us (How Sweet It Was) featuring Jim James and duendita, glides on a Great American Song Book melody, whereas “Real Magic” with Terrace Martin & St. Panther, is aloft on sensual warmth. John-Robert, with pop purveyor Alessia Cara, adds his disarming falsetto to “Fav Boy.” Leon Bridges and Kiana Ledé make it all “Better,” and Godfather666’s disarmingly tender voice is spellbinding on “No Future.” In […]

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