Ariana Grande, Juicy J & More Remember Mac Miller On His Birthday

Saturday (January 18th), Mac Miller would have been 28-years-old. In commemoration of the late rapper’s legacy, fans and celebrity peers alike took to social media to remember Miller on his birthday. Among them was Ariana Grande, who has since deleted a simple tweet that read, “miss u.”

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“Malcolm’s family wishes that he could be at home celebrating his birthday with them and being the center of attention like he always was, but they know he is still there in spirit with his big ol’ smile,” an reportedly told US Magazine. “It’s going to be a hard day for the family. They miss Malcolm more than words can describe, but they are grieving together and surrounding one another with love. It’s all they can do.” Continue reading

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Don Cheadle Wants War Machine To Return To MCU After “Avengers: Endgame”

Terrence Howard was the first actor to play War Machine in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but he was replaced with Don Cheadle in Iron Man 2. Since then, Cheadle has appeared in Avengers: Age of Ultron, Iron Man 3, Captain America: Civil War, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame. Although Endgame marked the end of several contracts and heroes, Cheadle wants to get back into the MCU. 

According to, at the TCA winter press tour Cheadle gave his opinion on what’s next in War Machine’s story. “If there were to be one, I’d really want to dig into him and maybe even find something that felt closer to the first Iron Man for who he was. I think they can go anywhere with him now.” War Machine would be a great candidate for a Disney+ series, although he doesn’t sound to sure if that’s an option for him at the moment. “I really don’t know… I haven’t given it much thought as far as which would be or if either would even be. That was an 11 year journey,” he stated in regards to a TV series. Disney+ currently has a lineup of Loki, WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Moon Knight, She-Hulk, and Ms. Marvel. Continue reading

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The Joker Gets Brutal In “Mortal Kombat 11” Trailer

The Mortal Kombat series has been popular for almost three decades at this point. Mortal Kombat 11 dropped last March to critical acclaim and fan praise. At the game’s drop, fans were teased with images of downloadable extra characters set to launch as DLC. Gamers have already been blessed with a playable Terminator T-800, and now they will have another new character to brutalize their opponents with. NetherRealm Studios released a trailer for The Joker, Batman’s arch-nemesis and the latest playable guest in Mortal Kombat 11. The 2-minute video highlights a slew of savage combat moves that will be a blast to use in-game. The trailer is comprised of in-game combat footage. The Joker’s fatalities are amazing. Continue reading

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Report: Despite Rumors, Bengals Have No Plans To Trade 1st Overall Pick

The Cincinnati Bengals will not be trading their 1st overall draft pick, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

While former LSU assistant Joe Brady will be taking over the offensive coordinator job for Carolina Panthers, Joe Burrow is still seemingly a lock for the Cincinnati Bengals. Burrow is routinely rated as the top prospect entering the draft and just won the College Football Playoff National Championship with LSU.

Burrow threw for a record 60 touchdowns this season with only 6 interceptions for 5,671 yards. He also boasted a 76.3% completion rate. Continue reading

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Madlib & Oh No Are “Buggin”

Madlib and Oh No caused backpackers worldwide to celebrate last week when they released their collaborative project The ProfessionalsThe project is a lyrical masterpiece with classic instrumentals that are reminiscent of the golden age of hip-hop. A standout cut off the album is “Buggin.” The vintage-sounding single features an instrumental that finds strength in a 70s sounding sample. The vibe is old school, but the flows are modern, bridging the gap nicely. 

The sample sounds like the intro to a buddy cop television series. Madlib and Oh No make quick work of the instrumental. “Buggin” would sound perfect at a Summertime cookout or during a late-night drive through the city. Cinematic and lyrically potent, “Buggin” elevates the importance of slick-talking street raps. For those whole love that 90s sounding hip-hop, “Buggin” is for you.  Continue reading

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