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Detroit 2 raced to the top of the charts and Big Sean continues to celebrate the success of yet another No. 1 album. The Motown emcee recently shared that he would be joined by his girlfriend Jhené Aiko on the BET Hip Hop Awards stage, and their performance, along with Ty Dolla $ign, captivated a viewing audience who was happy to see Twenty88 duo once again. The trio came together for Detroit 2‘s “Body Language,” a sultry jam hailed as a fan favorite. The couple intimately delivered lyrics about getting closer than close, and during their performance, the chemistry between Sean and Jhené was undeniable.
He has a handful of successful rap records under his belt, but Machine Gun Kelly reached another milestone when his pop punk album Tickets To My Downfall reached the No. 1 spot on the charts. The creation of the album was met with highs and lows, considering Kelly admitted to NME that in the early days of crafting the project he was “coked out of [his] mind in a drunken stupor.” He went on to describe Tickets To My Downfall as his “diary” and explained how meeting girlfriend Megan Fox was influential in the album’s development.
The community centre, which contains a therapy centre for people with disabilities and a women-led textile workshop, was named the second winner of the Obel Award last week.
Designed by Heringer the centre is called Anandaloy, which means place of deep joy.
Rammed-earth was used to build the community centre’s walls and a ramp that wraps around the building provide inclusive access to all the rooms.
Last month Survios launched its much-anticipated zombie survival title The Walking Dead Onslaught for PC VR and PlayStation VR headsets. To celebrate the release VRFocus has another awesome competition where one lucky reader has a chance to win both the videogame and a bunch of merchandise.
The Walking Dead Onslaught is a collaboration between Survios and AMC, bringing the popular TV show to life in virtual reality (VR) with some of the show’s famous faces. If you’re a fan of AMC’s TV show then the storyline will be of interest as its set between season 8 and 9.
The catchy yet consciously charged offering is combined with an eye-grabbing visual which shows Tokyo running for Prime Minister while spitting truths about the reality of life in the UK. Adding smooth transitions, rich tones, and vivid colour into the mix, this is another example of why Rasstokyo is one of the most unique artists in the scene right now.
Sonically, ‘Rubber Bands’ deploys a steady, trap beat anchored by the booms and clacks of its bold baseline. Stacking slick stanzas atop, Rass illustrates the tale of a rose growing from concrete; through his witty and true to life subject matter. During the video, the artist gives listeners a lyrical depiction of the double-edged sword handed to those black British, during he details the adversity that comes with 1.