In the past few years, few pop-music figures have suffered from overexposure more than the Migos. Ever since they broke out with the 2017 album Culture, the Migos have been inescapable, and they’ve been pretty much doing the same thing over and over. So when we get any indication that the Migos are switching up their style, even a little bit, that feels notable. Last night on The Tonight Show, the Migos switched things up a bit, and it worked.
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The Ed Sullivan Show which was broadcast Sunday night at 8 pm on CBS from 1948-1971 wrapped its final episode nearly 50 years ago and charmed TV viewers for the final time on Sunday night June 6, 1971, it officially joins the streaming universe and lives on forever. UMe in June announced an agreement with SOFA Entertainment Inc. for the global digital rights to The Ed Sullivan Show library, which encompasses the influential television program’s historic 23-year primetime run on CBS. This marks the first time that Ed Sullivan Show performance and guest segments will be officially available in their entirety across streaming […]
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With the coronavirus pandemic wreaking havoc on the country, concerts have come to a halt, and unfortunately, we don’t know when they’ll be back. Due to social distancing restrictions and public safety, many other live events have been canceled, including Fourth of July festivities throughout the country. Luckily, several communities will accommodate their own celebrations […]
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Dig into “The Ed Sullivan Show” archives to see catch some legends, back in the day; also, stream Justice Comes Alive, Pride With Pabllo, Janelle Monae and more.
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Fall Out Boy’s From Under The Cork Tree is the gift that keeps on giving. The pop-punk icons’ unforgettable 2005 output is jam-packed with Easter eggs we either didn’t notice before or completely forgot in the years since. From movie quotes and emo cameos to its unusual artwork, there’s a detail hiding in every corner. […]