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Morgan Wallen Announces Dangerous: The Double Album

As announced last night via his social media, Big Loud/Republic Records’ Morgan Wallen will release his highly-anticipated sophomore album, Dangerous: The Double Album, on January 8, 2021. The vast, 30-track double album is nearly three years in the making, written largely by Wallen throughout the chapter of his career that has established him as “the fastest rising young star in the country” according to Variety. 

With the project’s arsenal of writers ranging from storytelling titans Ashley Gorley, Shane McAnally, Hillary Lindsey, Rhett Akins and Lee Thomas Miller, to two of Wallen’s biggest musical inspirations Eric Church and Jason Isbell, to his closest musical confidants HARDY, ERNEST and Ryan Vojtesak (aka Charlie Handsome), Dangerous: The Double Album further establishes the signature sound crafted by Wallen and producer Joey Moi on his #1 PLATINUM debut, If I Know Me. 

The double shot holds both of Wallen’s current Country radio singles – Top 3 “More Than My Hometown” and Top 30 “7 Summers” – as well as his critically acclaimed cover of Isbell’s “Cover Me Up,” New Year’s surprise release “This Bar,” and the countrified album version of 3X PLATINUM Diplo collaboration, “Heartless.” 

“As y’all may have heard, I announced a double album last night, and I couldn’t be more excited about it,” shares Wallen. “The ‘double album’ idea started off as just a joke between me and my manager because we had accumulated so many songs over the past couple of years. Then quarantine hit, and we realized it might actually be possible to have enough time to make it happen.”

“I also ended up writing quite a few more songs during the quarantine with some of my good buddies. After a few months of production and fine-tuning, I am so proud of what we came up with,” Wallen continued. “I know 32 (eventual) songs sounds like a lot to digest, but I truly did my best to make sure there’s not a song that I would press “next” on.”

“I also wanted the songs to speak to multiple phases of life and have multiple different sounds based on my influences and based on what I enjoy,’ said Wallen. “The three songs that we will put out next week will hopefully encapsulate a lot of the project for you and hold you off until January. Thank y’all!!” 

Dangerous: The Double Album Track List:

DISC 1 – 

  1. “Sand In My Boots” (Ashley Gorley, Michael Hardy, Josh Osborne)
  2. “Wasted On You” (Morgan Wallen, Ernest Keith Smith, Josh Thompson, Ryan Vojtesak) *
  3. 3. “Somebody’s Problem” (Morgan Wallen, Rodney Clawson, Jacob Durrett, Ernest Keith Smith)
  4. “More Surprised Than Me” (Ben Burgess, Lee Thomas Miller, Niko Moon)
  5. “865” (John Byron, Blake Pendergrass)
  6. “Warning” (Ashley Gorley, Ernest Keith Smith, Ryan Vojtesak) +
  7. 7. “Neon Eyes” (Morgan Wallen, Ben Burgess, Mark Holman)
  8. “Outlaw” feat. Ben Burgess (Ben Burgess, Patrick Davis, Josh Kerr, Jordan Reynolds)
  9. “Whiskey’d My Way” (Matt Dragstrem, Josh Miller, Thomas Rhett, Josh Thompson)
  10. “Wonderin’ Bout The Wind” (Morgan Wallen, Ernest Keith Smith)
  11. 11. “Your Bartender” (Rhett Akins, Matt Dragstrem, Thomas Rhett, Josh Thompson) ^
  12. “Only Thing That’s Gone” feat. Chris Stapleton (Morgan Wallen, Matt Dragstrem, Chase McGill, Josh Thompson)
  13. “Cover Me Up” (Jason Isbell) •
  14. “7 Summers” (Morgan Wallen, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne)
  15. “More Than My Hometown” (Morgan Wallen, Michael Hardy, Ernest Keith Smith, Ryan Vojtesak)

DISC 2 – 

  1. “Still Goin Down” (Morgan Wallen, Michael Hardy, Ryan Vojtesak)
  2. “Rednecks, Red Letters, Red Dirt” (Matt Dragstrem, Chase McGill, Josh Thompson)
  3. 3. “Dangerous” (Morgan Wallen, Ernest Keith Smith)
  4. “Beer Don’t” (Morgan Wallen, Michael Hardy, Jake Mitchell)
  5. “Blame It On Me” (Ashley Gorley, Ernest Keith Smith, Ryan Vojtesak)
  6. “Somethin’ Country” (Morgan Wallen, Michael Hardy, Daniel Ross, Ernest Keith Smith)
  7. “This Bar” (Morgan Wallen, Michael Hardy, Jackson Morgan, Jake Scott, Ernest Keith Smith, Ryan Vojtesak)
  8. “Country A$$ Shit” (Morgan Wallen, Chase McGill, Jordan Schmidt)
  9. “Whatcha Think Of Country Now” (Dallas Davidson, Devin Dawson, Kyle Fishman, Mark Holman, Justin Wilson)
  10. 10. “Me On Whiskey” (Rodney Clawson, Mark Holman, Ernest Keith Smith)
  11. “Need A Boat” (Morgan Wallen, Matt Dragstrem, Hillary Lindsey)
  12. 12. “Silverado For Sale” (Dallas Davidon, Marv Green, Ben Hayslip)
  13. “Heartless” (Wallen Album Mix) (Morgan Wallen, Henry Agincourt Allen, Ryan Hurd, Thomas Wesley Pentz, Ernest Keith Smith, Ryan Vojtesak)
  14. “Livin’ The Dream” (Morgan Wallen, Ben Burgess, Jacob Durrett, Michael Hardy)
  15. 15. “Quittin’ Time” (Eric Church, Luke Laird, Josh Thompson)

TARGET EXCLUSIVE BONUS TRACKS**

  1. “This Side Of A Dust Cloud” (Morgan Wallen, Matt Dragstrem, Chase McGill, Josh Thompson)
  2. “Bandaid On A Bullet Hole” (Morgan Wallen, Jacob Durrett, Ashley Gorley)* 

All Songs Produced by Joey Moi

* Co-produced by Jacob Durrett

+ Co-produced by Charlie Handsome

^ Co-produced by Matt Dragstrem

  • Co-produced by Dave Cohen

**Target exclusive physical-only bonus tracks 

Pre-order for Dangerous: The Double Album goes live November 20, alongside three instant grat tracks: “Somebody’s Problem,” “Still Goin Down,” and “Livin’ The Dream.” 

Last night, Wallen returned to the stage at the 54th annual CMA Awards with a “gently rockin’” (Billboard) performance of “More Than My Hometown.” Making the night even more memorable, Wallen also took home his first-ever CMA Award for New Artist of the Year.

“Well, I did not expect this,” Wallen said from center stage. “I’d like to thank the good Lord first of all. I’d like to thank my mama for always being the one to push me to sing, my dad for always making sacrifices for me and my family so I could sing, and for my team. And for Nashville for accepting me into your family. It’s been a great five years since I moved here and thank you guys so much. God bless you!”

 Earlier this week, the MULTI-PLATINUM hitmaker released the official music video for “7 Summers,” making his acting debut and already scoring nearly 1 MILLION views. Watch the eight-minute short film here. Wallen is currently nominated for two American Music Awards, Favorite Male Artist – Country and Favorite Album – Country (If I Know Me) – fans can vote here.

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Jay Gwuapo – Lost Files

Today, 20-year-old Brooklyn drill rapper Jay Gwuapo releases a new track and visual for the deeply personal “Lost Files,” which is a track recorded as a letter to his late friends Pop Smoke and KJ Balla following their deaths earlier this year. After being in a dark place grieving their losses, Gwuapo turned to music for expression and healing. Along with the track, he shares the accompanying video via From Nothing Records/Polo Grounds Music/RCA Records. Click HERE to watch/listen.

Last week Guwapo returned with the release of “Black Mask” ft. Pop Smoke. The track is special to the rising rapper as it features one of his best childhood friends, the late Pop Smoke.. “Black Mask” is the only time the two had collaborated, but Pop credited Jay for encouraging him to pursue a career in rap. Click HERE to watch the interview clip with DJ Whoo Kid.

Along with “Black Mask” Gwuapo also released three additional tracks “Intro,” “Smoke Season Freestyle” and “Dangerous.” These four tracks honor and pay tribute to Pop as well as KJ Balla, who was a frequent collaborator, labelmate and friend of Gwuapo that was tragically killed earlier this year. Gwuapo has spent this year connecting with fans through his music releases on his SoundCloud and other platforms and these four tracks marked his official return.

Gwuapo’s releases this year also include, “R8” and “Back to Back” with KJ Balla,  “Long Live The Woo,” a tribute to Pop following his death and a feature on Lil Tjay’s album with “Gettin Lit.”

Listen/watch “Black Mask,” “Intro,” “Smoke Season Freestyle,” “Dangerous,” and keep an eye out for more from Jay Gwuapo coming soon.

Listen/Watch “Lost Files

Listen/Watch “Black Mask” ft. Pop Smoke

ABOUT JAY GWUAPO

Brooklyn’s long been a hotbed for the latest and greatest in rap talent, and Jay Gwuapo is the borough’s next rising star in the drill scene. The East New York native is just 20 years old, having picked up rap as a career two years ago—but he’s already making moves that artists with years on him have yet to accomplish. With a series of buzz-generating street singles and debut mixtape under his belt, Gwuapo’s talent and hybridized musical style will surely only gain more recognition to come.

Gwuapo started pursuing rap in earnest, pumping out unreleased tracks that started making noise in the NYC rap scene and eventually teaming up with Russ and K. Balla’s From Nothing record label. “Downbad” from 2018 marked his proper debut single, featuring chilly production and Gwuapo’s now-trademarked “R&B-drill” sound. Then came the languid, melodic “Drip Sauce,” a collab with fellow Brooklynite KJ Balla.

Since then, Gwuapo’s dropped a few more choice tracks, including “Steppin’ Out” and the grim, serious “Well Explained”. Eventually word got around to star-making label Polo Grounds Music, who’s B. Jacques took particular interest in helping Gwuapo take his career and talent to the next level. “A lot of people were reaching out, but no one connected with me like my son B,” he enthuses. “The love felt different from what I felt from nobody else.”

In 2019, Gwuapo announced his signing to Polo Grounds Music/RCA Records and released his debut project, From Nothing Pt. 1 which featured collaborations with label mate Calboy as well as Lil Tjay, Don Q and KJ Balla.

Alec King – Fuck Wow Holy Shit

Los Angeles-based artist Alec King released his new song and video “Fuck Wow Holy Shit” today. In the music video, he participates in a Zoom call with five of the world’s most famous adult film actresses, including Abella Danger and Gina Valentina.

The track follows the releases of “Weekends,” “Way Up,” and “Dangerous,” which received heavy radio support in his hometown of Denver and over 2 million streams in a few months. At the end of last year Alec King went on his debut U.S. tour with Kiana Ledé, winning over crowds in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago and more with his infectious charm, incredible stage presence, and catchy songs.

Is there any line this guy won’t cross? Alec King is the kind of dude who rips bars about Wisconsin and god-awful ex-girlfriends with the same passion. He considers Curb Your Enthusiasm his “Torah.” He jumps into bathtubs with Porn Stars in music videos that he directs himself. He even went so far as to name his official debut EP, Greatest Hits, Vol. 1, and its successor, Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 (he backed up the latter with some heat). On the ‘gram, you’re just as likely to catch him in the shower as you are to catch him coloring with sidewalk chalk. This sort of personality endeared him to both fans and peers alike. Posting up 10 million-plus streams under-the-radar and attracting acclaim from Dancing Astronaut, he has collaborated with legends such as Biz Markie and modern stars a la Rich The Kid and Kiana Ledé. Not to mention, he did all of this D.I.Y. primarily relying on an in-house team. In 2020, he floods the game with a series of singles and more surprises.

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Alec King – Weekends

Buzzing Los Angeles-based artist Alec King releases his new video “Weekends” today via The Heavy Group/Republic Records.

Watch “Weekends” HERE.

Who doesn’t like dogs? Alec King’s latest video pulls at our heartstrings as he chills under a tree in a dog park (socially distancing, of course). Between leafing through a diary, Alec plays with various pups—some of whom remain six feet away from him. The scene underscores confessional rhymes and a catchy chorus, reflecting on the boredom of the moment and trying to get over a breakup.

“Weekends” follows the video release of “Way Up” and his song “Dangerous,” which received heavy radio support in his hometown of Denver and 2 million streams in a few months. At the end of last year, Alec King went on his debut US tour with diva on the rise Kiana Ledé. He performed to sold-out venues, including Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Washington DC and more, winning the crowd over with his infectious charm, incredible stage presence, and catchy songs.

Is there any line this guy won’t cross? Alec King is the kind of dude who rips bars about Wisconsin and god-awful ex-girlfriends with the same passion. He considers Curb Your Enthusiasm his “Torah.” He jumps into bathtubs with Porn Stars in music videos that he directs himself. He even went so far as to name his official debut EP, Greatest Hits, Vol. 1, and its successor, Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 (he backed up the latter with some heat). On the ‘gram, you’re just as likely to catch him in the shower as you are to catch him coloring with sidewalk chalk. This sort of personality endeared him to fans and peers alike. Posting up 10 million-plus streams under-the-radar and attracting acclaim from Dancing Astronaut, he has collaborated with legends such as Biz Markie and modern stars a la Rich The Kid and Kiana Ledé. Not to mention, he did all of this D.I.Y. primarily relying on an in-house team. In 2020, he floods the game with a series of singles and more surprises.

Follow Alec King: Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Spotify

ABOUT REPUBLIC RECORDS

A division of Universal Music Group, the world’s leading music company, Republic Records is home to an all-star roster of multi-platinum, award-winning legends and superstar artists such as Ariana Grande, Drake, Florence + the Machine, Greta Van Fleet, Hailee Steinfeld, Jack Johnson, James Blake, James Bay, Jessie J, John Mellencamp, Jonas Brothers, Julia Michaels, Kid Cudi, Liam Payne, Lil Wayne, Lorde, Metro Boomin, NAV, Nicki Minaj, Of Monsters and Men, Pearl Jam, Post Malone, Seth MacFarlane, Taylor Swift, The Weeknd and more. Founded by brothers and chief executives Monte and Avery Lipman, it is also comprised of innovative business ventures, including American Recordings, Boominati Worldwide, Brushfire, Casablanca Records, Cash Money, Lava Records, Monkeywrench, XO, Young Money, among others. Republic also maintains long-standing strategic alliances with Universal Music Latin Entertainment (Karol G) and Hollywood Records (Zendaya).

In addition, Republic has expanded to release high-profile soundtracks for Universal Pictures (Fifty Shades of Grey), Sony Pictures (Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse), Lionsgate (Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist) and NBC TV (The Voice), as well as other notable film and television franchises. Extending further into the worlds of film, television, and content, Republic launched Federal Films during 2017 in order to produce movies and series powered by the label’s catalog and artists. Its first production is the Jonas Brothers documentary Chasing Happiness for Amazon Prime Video. 

The Daredevil Cameramen of Extreme Sports

First Look: The Daredevil Cameramen of Extreme Sports (Click to Watch)

*Risky Business. Whether scaling a treacherous mountain or going into the belly of the world’s most challenging wave, extreme sports cameramen exhibit remarkable athleticism in pursuit of the perfect shot. Jon Frankel profiles these Evel Knievel-like risk-takers, who display the same bravery as the athletes they cover, taking terrifying risks to capture images of some of the world’s most dangerous sports.

REAL SPORTS WITH BRYANT GUMBEL returns TUESDAY, APRIL 23 at 10:00 p.m. ET/PT on HBO

Producer: Jordan Kronick

Check out the full segment here!

New Mixtape From Cee Kay

CEE KAY RELEASES NEW MIXTAPE BLOOD ON MY HANDS TODAY

RELEASES NEW VIDEO “DEJA VU”

Rapper Cee Kay releases his new mixtape Blood On My Hands today. The 11-track project features his previously released tracks ““Pressure” ft. YoungBoy Never Broke Again,” “No Remorse” and “Dangerous.” His new track “Deja Vu” also appears on the tape, with the video premiering today on Worldstarhiphop.

Listen to Blood On My Hands: HERE

Pine Bluff, Arkansas rapper Cee Kay is geared to become a force in rap, maintaining a credo of remaining true to himself and the code of the streets. Within days of release, his buzz single “Pressure” (featuring YoungBoy Never Broke Again) surpassed over half a million views and still counting, a testament to the power young Cee Kay holds when he delivers his vividly honest rhymes. Cee Kay began building his buzz, working the internet and dropping loosie tracks with videos to match. He soon reached the eyes and ears of Hikari Ultra Co-CEOs Mel Carter and P. The stage is now set for his new mixtape Blood On My Hands, where Cee Kay delivers on the same vibe he brought to “Pressure” and his other street singles, only elevated.

Blood On My Hands Tracklist

  1. No Remorse
  2. Pressure ft. NBA Youngboy
  3. Menace
  4. Nightlife
  5. Reaction
  6. Deja Vu
  7. Dangerous
  8. Predator
  9. Murder Scene
  10. Royalty
  11. Winning

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Lil Poppa Upcoming Project “Under Investigation 2”

With his powerful wordplay and soulful storytelling, Lil Poppa turns each of his songs into an up-close account of life in his hometown of Jacksonville, FL. Today the dynamite young talent — and birthday boy — announced the release date and cover art for his upcoming project Under Investigation 2. Poppa released two new singles titled Dangerous and Man of The Year — the latter of which came with a music video that has already racked up over 135,000 views in less than a week.

Mustard “Dangerous World”

Mustard releases new single Dangerous World ft. Travis Scott and YG.

Los Angeles, CA – August 17, 2018 – Mustard (10 Summers/Interscope Records) is back with yet another hit for summer 2018; and this time he’s bringing Travis Scott and YG along for the ride. Released today, “Dangerous World” features elements of the west coast’s classic sound, as YG and Scott lace the up-tempo track with their signature styles. The collaboration is an exciting move as both artists have recently released their own set of projects. Listen to the song HERE.

Mustard, who reunited with YG for the rappers’ fourth studio album, Stay Dangerous, has had an impressive year. The 10 Summers CEO experienced chart-topping success after producing the single, “Boo’d Up” for his first signee, Ella Mai. The song topped three R&B/Hip-Hop Radio Charts, making Ella the first woman to do so since Beyoncé in 2012. Mustard, also appeared alongside, Nick Jonas at the 2018 VMA’s, as the duo performed their latest single “Anywhere”. Fans of Mustard can catch him at his Las Vegas residency where he will be headlining through September 22nd.

Germs In Your Home Bathroom

Public restrooms are unsanitary, but a new study from SafeHome.orgGerms In Your Home Bathroom – show that bacteria in our own homescan lead to serious health issues.

More than 500 people were surveyed (274 women and 230 men) and a surface culture analysis was performed on a range of bathroom surfaces.

Here are some of the key findings:

·81% of men and 73% of women urinate in the shower

·Fecal matter is found in tooth brush bristles

·57% of respondents have found mold on their shower curtains. Mold can cause death.

·4-times per month versus 2.8 times for men

To learn the most dangerous surfaces and tips to mitigate health risks, please view the entire report by clicking: Germs In Your Home Bathroom.