云南快乐十分前三直选走势图:PAPER - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/PAPERen-usTue, 15 Oct 2019 02:05:13 -0000https://assets.rbl.ms/19068909/210x.png//www.ry7la.com/PAPER - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划Khloé Kardashian Says She 'Forgives' Tristan Thompson - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/khloe-kardashian-forgive-tristan-2640969063.html

Khloé Kardashian says she "forgives" ex Tristan Thompson following the cheating scandal involving Jordyn Woods.

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Per People, Kardashian appeared on Jay Shetty's On Purpose podcast earlier today to reflect on what happened eight months down the line.

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After saying that she doesn't care to date at the moment, Kardashian said she has preferred to just focus on "making sure I process everything."

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"I think, especially in my family, we are good at moving on. We have very big, forgiving hearts, we just move on, but we don't really talk about things that happened," she said, before admitting, "I don't really know if that's healthy or not."

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As such, Kardashian said that she "forgives" her ex and the father of 18-month-old True, and saying that she doesn't "think he's a bad person."

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"I think we all make mistakes, we are humans," she continued. "But it's only going to hurt me if I'm holding onto this anger and playing this victim role. I don't believe in being a victim. I believe in 'Okay this happened to me, let's figure it out, let's push through it,' and maybe if I am open and honest about it, it can help other people feel like, 'It's okay, we are all human, we are all going to get through things.'"

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Kardashian then went on to say that she feels "like we are all so quick to just exile people, and it's just so heavy to me."

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"But you can't just condemn somebody for sinning differently than you did," she said, later adding, "Something I'm just focusing on is making sure I am healed from that, or as much as I can, and try to understand it as much as I can."

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Listen to their entire conversation, here.

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'Drag Race' Star Tatianna Addresses Arrest - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/tatianna-arrest-2640968918.html

RuPaul's Drag Race star Tatianna is addressing her recent arrest and assuring fans that she's "fine."

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Over the weekend, the season two lip-sync guru was reportedly arrested in Atlanta for disorderly conduct.

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Related | People Are Swearing This Is the Best Lip-Sync Ever

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According to TMZ, Tatianna followed a nightclub employee she had just snapped a photo with through an employees-only entrance, despite the employee telling her to go around the front — a disagreement which led to the cops being called.

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That said, once the authorities arrived, she reportedly "refused to leave peacefully after being asked" and was escorted out in handcuffs.

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In the wake of TMZ's article and the publication of her mugshot (in which she's crying), Tatianna addressed the incident by tweeting that she's "fine."

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"It was a dumb situation that I wish didn't happen but shit happens and people make mistakes," she said. "There was no violence or ridiculousness."

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As for why she was in tears, Tatianna explained that, "I'm crying in the picture because I was scared and had never been in that position before."

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And though she continued by saying she wished "I would have just smiled," her Drag Race family came out to support her with Trixie Mattel even joking, "Ok but why is your mugshot more beautiful than any of my 8x10's."

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Tue, 15 Oct 2019 00:28:14 +0000//www.ry7la.com/tatianna-arrest-2640968918.htmlTatiannaRupaul's drag raceDrag raceFamous peopleTvTrixie mattelSandra Song
Camila Morrone Elaborates on Her Defense of Her Relationship With Leo DiCaprio - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/camila-morrone-dicaprio-defense-2-2640968381.html

Camila Morrone recently elaborated on her controversial Instagram post defending her relationship with boyfriend Leonardo DiCaprio.

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In anticipation of the release of her new film, Mickey and the Bear, Morrone took a rare moment to speak with Vanity Fair about the conversation surrounding her relationship.

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Related | Camila Morrone Responds to Leonardo DiCaprio Age Gap Criticism

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After some initial talk about her perfect date, the worst pick-up line she's ever heard, and that much-memed photo of herself dramatically posing for "Instagram boyfriend" DiCaprio, things became more serious when Morrone touched on her controversial Instagram post from earlier this summer.

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In the July post, Morrone captioned an archival photo of Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart (who had a 25-year age gap) with "a love like this" — something that many interpreted as a rebuttal to critics of the 22-year age gap between her and DiCaprio.

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That said, following a slew of negative comments, Morrone eventually took to her stories to address the people "so mean and full of anger with people that they know nothing about."

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And while she hasn't addressed the pushback since, Morrone finally decided to open up a little more to Vanity Fair about the thought process behind her response. Her answer? The post was an example of how she's "been starting to show my sense of humor more."

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"People will always have awful things to say, because there's a sense of entitlement and safety behind the screen," she said, before adding, "but trust me, you don't need to be that angry."

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Read Morrone's entire interview, here.

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Tue, 15 Oct 2019 00:06:09 +0000//www.ry7la.com/camila-morrone-dicaprio-defense-2-2640968381.htmlCamila morroneLeonardo dicaprioFamous peopleInstagramMemesFilmSandra Song
Zo? Kravitz Is Your Catwoman - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/zoe-kravitz-catwoman-2640968039.html

Following in the footsteps of Eartha Kitt (1966), Michelle Pfeiffer (1992), Halle Berry (2004) and Anne Hathaway (2012) before her, Zoe Kravitz will don Catwoman's leather mask in what seems to be the nine millionth Batman movie made this decade.

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She'll star opposite Robert Pattinson's Bruce Wayne/Batman. Catwoman and Batman have an ongoing, ever-fraught romance. Given their net um, visual wealth, Kravitz and Pattinson stand to make history as the sexiest Batman-Catwoman couple of all time.



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Jonah Hill is also reportedly in talks to play Batman's enemy The Riddler, and Jeffrey Wright is up for the part of Commissioner Gordon. Icons only, all around.

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Related | Kristen Stewart Supports Robert Pattinson's 'Batman'

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Pattinson takes over from Ben Affleck, who portrayed Batman 2016's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Suicide Squad and Justice League. Matt Reeves (Cloverfield, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes) will write and direct the film, taking over from Zack Snyder, who directed Affleck. The Warner Bros.-DC Comics movie is set to hit theaters in June of 2021.

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According to The Wrap, Reeves has described the film as a "defining" and "very personal" story about the Dark Knight, rather than a full-arch origin story.

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Mon, 14 Oct 2019 22:12:29 +0000//www.ry7la.com/zoe-kravitz-catwoman-2640968039.htmlCatwomanBatmanRobert pattinsonComicsSuperheroZoe kravitzJael Goldfine
We Can't Wait to See Katy Perry Joyride Around '60s Hawaii - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/katy-perry-announces-harleys-in-hawaii-2640967605.html

Pop queen, actress, and American Idol judge, Katy Perry has announced her next single: "Harleys In Hawaii" is due October 16.

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Related | Katy Perry: Outside the Box

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The single art sees Perry posing on a motorcycle among tropical palm fronds, suited up in a colorful, '60s floral and animal print bodysuit, plus a matching helmet.

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There's a lot going on! Let's break down everything Katy's serving. Biker chick? Check, typical enough fodder for pop music videos. But, make it Mad Men-era style, with a Betty Draper beauty look plus zebra stripper heels? Katy — newly long-locked again after nearly a year with her iconic pixie — has been playing with '60s mod theme since she dropped her break-up bop "Small Talk," but this single art takes everything to a whole new level of surreal, campy nostalgia. Then take all of that, and drop it all in Hawaii. Her mind!


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While she didn't explain her pastiche of themes, Perry did share on the Zach Sang Show that the inspiration for "Harleys In Hawaii" is a fond memory of her and husband Orlando Bloom's time in Hawaii, while she was there shooting American Idol.

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"We rented a Harley because we were just there for a few days... You know, be on the back of a motorcycle in Hawaii and just let the air flow on your face. It's so beautiful. It was awesome!" Perry said. "But I can remember specifically where I was, the street corner I was at in Oahu and turning that corner and whispering to Orlando, going "I'm going to write a song called 'Harleys In Hawaii.'"


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Hopefully, Orlando will feature in the video and we'll get to see the happy couple relive their romantic getaway.

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"Harleys In Hawaii" follows Katy's twin summer singles: "Never Really Over" and "Small Talk." It's so so far unclear if the the trio of songs are leading up to KP5, which will follow 2017's Witness.

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Since neither aforementioned single made much impact on the charts, Katycats are campaigning for "Harleys in Hawaii" to be their queen's next No. 1.


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Mon, 14 Oct 2019 21:13:48 +0000//www.ry7la.com/katy-perry-announces-harleys-in-hawaii-2640967605.htmlOrlando bloomAmerican idolNever really overSmall talkWitnessKaty perryLorena Caro
Queen Latifah to Be Honored By Harvard - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/queen-latifah-harvard-2640967381.html

Queen Latifah will be one of seven honorees recognized by Harvard University for contributions to Black history and culture, according to the Associated Press.

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The rapper and actor will receive the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal, which is named after the first Black student to earn a doctoral degree from Harvard in 1895. Du Bois was a scholar, writer, editor, and civil rights pioneer whose philosophies have long influenced the way Black history and literature is taught.

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Queen Latifah is among an impressive list of honorees who have had a lasting impact on Black culture, including poet and educator Elizabeth Alexander, BET co-founder Sheila Johnson, artist Kerry James Marshall, and more.

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This recognition is well-deserved and long overdue for Queen Latifah, whose influence has spanned across hip-hop, beauty, film, and television production. She taught the world the importance of "U.N.I.T.Y." in 1993, and proudly espoused intersectional viewpoints well before mainstream (white) feminism caught on.

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Before Rihanna's Fenty makeup line prompted beauty brands to offer a more inclusive range of shades, Queen Latifah partnered with CoverGirl in 2006 to create the Queen Collection, catered specifically toward women of color. Over the years, many of her acting roles, including in the box-office hit Girls' Trip, have celebrated Black love and sisterhood.

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According to the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research, Harvard will award the W.E.B. Du Bois Medal on October 22. Revisit Queen Latifah's "U.N.I.T.Y." video, below.


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Mon, 14 Oct 2019 21:05:12 +0000//www.ry7la.com/queen-latifah-harvard-2640967381.htmlW.e.b. du bois medalHarvard universityQueen latifahMorgan Noll
Olivier Rousteing on Social Media, AIDS and Kylie Jenner - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/olivier-rousteing-balmain-interview-2640966382.html

At the Balmain runway last month in Paris, Lindsay Lohan's classic hit single "Rumors" opened the show, setting the tone for a throwback playlist that was big on early-aughts tunes from the likes of *NSYNC, Britney Spears, and Christina Aguilera. But Olivier Rousteing, the brand's creative director, almost didn't use that soundtrack.

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"I am telling you a secret that I didn't say to people, but at one point I wanted to play Donna Summer, because my collection was really glamorous," Rousteing tells PAPER. "But when I started to work on the project with Kylie [Jenner], and she was supposed to come to the show and obviously got sick so she couldn't, I was like, 'I want to talk to her generation, [since] what is vintage for her is not what could be vintage for me.'"

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Indeed, he and Jenner ended up collaborating on a cosmetics collection for the latter's beauty brand. Because of that experience, he ultimately went with his gut and chose a playlist with songs from his youth. "Fashion pretends so much with music and pretends to please your front row because everybody loves '80s, the '70s, like you can see all the collections, 'Oh, inspired by '70s or '60s' and everybody's obsessed with that," he says. "But when I hear 'Crazy in Love' or 'Genie in the Bottle' or 'Oops...I Did It Again," it's already been 20 years and the reality is that I want to show that today, this is the new vintage."

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As Rousteing reflected on the shift in gears for his Spring show's soundtrack, he also weighed in on his feelings toward Wonderboy, the documentary that goes behind the glitz and glamour to follow the designer and he embarks on a journey to discover origins and biological parents. At the time of our interview, it would make its premiere in just a few days in France during a live broadcast, before opening up in theaters in November.

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Asked if he was nervous or excited about people finally seeing the film, he admits that his feelings veer more towards stress than anything else. "I am stressed because I played a character for so many years, in a way," he explains. "I put a mask on my face to make sure that people couldn't know who I am because I didn't really know who I was. Obviously I became famous for my selfies and my social media and my celebrity friends, but I realized that behind that there was so much more and that it was time for me to show what I was not ready to before."

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Rousteing adds that in the documentary, you see him cry, smiling, and all things Balmain. "I am stressed, by the way," he quips. But if you think that he'll feel a weight lifted off his shoulders after the public finally gets to see the real him, think again. "No, I won't feel relieved because that's what everybody says, 'You'll feel more free after that. It's done,'" he says. "But the reality is that I found answers to my questions that might not make me feel, in a way, better but at least make me feel like I know exactly what happened. So this is the only thing I can say."

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Rousteing was in New York for only about 48 hours. Two days prior, he was in Lyon, France for the Global Fund Replenishment conference, after he was asked by President Emmanuel Macron to be a guest. The event brought together both government and private sector donors to pledge financial support in the fight to end AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.

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"I've worked with RED now for four, five years and I always try to find projects that where fashion can help," he says. "So, Mr. Macron invited me during the summer to this conference in Lyon, and I obviously said yes. And I can tell you I'm super proud because today we reached 14 billion dollars from around the world to help the fight against AIDS."

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After our interview, Rousteing hosted a party at Saks Fifth Avenue celebrating Balmain's new "BBuzz Bag" and their new ready-to-wear shop. He danced the night away with friends and models to plenty of Donna Summer tunes this time around, before jetting off back to Paris to work on his men's fall and women pre-fall collections.


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Mon, 14 Oct 2019 20:59:56 +0000//www.ry7la.com/olivier-rousteing-balmain-interview-2640966382.htmlBalmainOlivier rousteingSaks fifth avenueKylie jennerMario Abad
Taylor Swift (Accidentally) Cursed the Los Angeles Kings - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/taylor-swift-curse-los-angeles-kings-2640967061.html

Die-hard sports fans are familiar with a number of sacred superstitions. There's the unwashed game day shirt, the lucky couch cushion, and now, the cursed Taylor Swift banner.

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The Los Angeles Kings are blaming a large T-Swift banner in the Staples Center for their recent losing streak. The banner advertises the pop star's record number of sold-out performances in the venue (lots) — just salt in the wound after another loss for the hockey team.


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So the LA Kings have taken swift action to regain the power they feel they've lost. The banner is now covered for all home games. Lo and behold, the new strategy actually seemed to work. After a win this weekend, the Kings' mascot tweeted, "We are undefeated when the Taylor Swift banner is covered up!" Perhaps this is all a ploy to ensure Kings games are full of fans present to cheer them on? No such thing as bad press, one supposes.

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Related | Watch Taylor Swift Freak Out Over a Banana

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Later that day, the Kings lost 5-2 to the Vegas Golden Knights. And the Knights took advantage of this opportunity to tweet out T-Swift references. They taunted the Kings by tweeting, "Darling we're a nightmare dressed like a daydream."



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Let's be clear here — the question is not whether Taylor Swift is the architect of some sort of "curse." Perhaps it's worth considering which LA Kings player wronged her? Although, no shade, but does Swift know who they are? Truth be told, any number of things can be blamed for a sports team's losing streak, least of all a curse unleashed by one of the most powerful pop stars of the planet. Swift hasn't yet written a song about this, so TBD.

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Some fans are attributing the whole situation to the Swift's power, which... not untrue.


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But there is the possibility that the hockey team is losing for... other reasons.



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And one Swiftie's succinct response really gets to the heart of the matter.


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Mon, 14 Oct 2019 20:38:03 +0000//www.ry7la.com/taylor-swift-curse-los-angeles-kings-2640967061.htmlLos angelesHockeySportsCurseLos angeles kingsLoverTaylor swiftMorgan Noll
Kanye Doesn't Like Kim Looking Sexy in Public - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/kim-kanye-too-sexy-2640967445.html

When Kim Kardashian debuted her custom Mugler look at the Met Gala earlier this year, Kanye West was standing right beside her looking like he didn't want to be there. His wife had spent eight months working with designers to create a dress so tight she was physically unable to pee while wearing it; Kanye wore a Carhartt jacket. The contrast seemed off at the time, and now we know why.

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On last night's episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians we learned that Kanye essentially slut shamed Kim for the skintight look, triggering her anxiety and ruining the couple's night.

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"Like the corset, underwear, all that vibe, I just feel like I just went through this transition of being rapper, and lookin' at all these girls," Kanye told Kim back in May. "And then looking at my wife like, 'Oh, my girl needs to be just like these other girls, showing her body off, showing this, showing that... I didn't realize that that was affecting my soul and my spirit as someone that's married and loved, the father of what's about to be four kids. A corset is a form of underwear. It's hot. It's like, it's hot for who though?"


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Kim didn't appreciate the feedback. "The night before [the Met Gala] you're going to come in here and say you're not into the corset look?" she asked. "You're giving me really bad anxiety... I don't need any more negative energy." Kanye replied, "You are my wife and it affects me when pictures are too sexy."

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To her credit, Kim didn't cave. "You built me up to be a sexy person and have confidence! Just because you're on a journey and you're in a transformation, doesn't mean I'm in the same spot with you," she argued.

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Related | Break the Internet: Kim Kardashian

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Kanye unfortunately has a long history of controlling his wife's image, especially when it comes to fashion. She's said in interviews that he habitually emails her moodboards, has banned her from wearing oversized sunglasses, and once made her cry by throwing away her entire closet — reducing her 250 pairs of shoes to two pairs. It's admittedly odd that he'd complain about a Mugler ensemble, because Kim's Met Gala dress is exactly the kind of high concept 'fit he pushed on her when they first got together. It's real couture, as opposed to Juicy Couture.

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Another disappointing Kanye West moment to round out his already nightmarish 2019. Please, please note that the only valid complaint about Kim's dress was that it didn't fit the "Notes on Camp" theme.

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Mon, 14 Oct 2019 20:06:09 +0000//www.ry7la.com/kim-kanye-too-sexy-2640967445.htmlKim kardashianKeeping up with the kardashiansKanye westMuglerMet galaSlut shamingFashionKuwtkKim kardashian westKatherine Gillespie
What the Hell Will an 'Experimental' Coldplay Album Sound Like? - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/experimental-coldplay-album-2640966536.html

Ever wondered what it would sound like if SOPHIE had created "Viva la Vida" and then sent it over to Bj?rk for a quick verse followed by a mixing and mastering session from Autechre? You might be about to find out, according to a source that leaked the info to the Daily Star.

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Four years have passed since the band, fronted by lead singer Chris Martin, released their last studio album, A Head Full Of Dreams; they even performed songs from it alongside Beyoncé and Bruno Mars for the Super Bowl Halftime show in 2016. Die-hard Coldplay fans are longing for more, though, even after an over-year long tour to supplement their previous album's release. Those awaiting something new would be happy to know that the record is rumored to be coming out next month in a "surprise" LP release.

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The Daily Star first reported news that the quartet is finalizing an "arty" record for release very soon, followed by a brand new record of pop tracks similar to their more radio-ready hits. The leaker didn't give much more information than that, but it's been enough to keep people buzzing. What genre, exactly, would they be dabbling in? Are there any guest appearances or production assists? Evidently, we'll have to wait until next month to find out, but until then you can scour the internet for PC Music remixes of "Yellow" to your heart's content.


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Mon, 14 Oct 2019 19:42:46 +0000//www.ry7la.com/experimental-coldplay-album-2640966536.htmlColdplayMusicBeyonceBruno marsBrendan Wetmore
Will Lizzie McGuire Be Pregnant? - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/lizzie-mcguire-revival-details-2640966835.html

Disney is definitely capitalizing on '90s and 2000s nostalgia right now, especially when it comes to all our tween TV faves. Back in August we learned that a Lizzie McGuire revival is officially in the works, with Hilary Duff reprising the role that made her famous. Now Duff has revealed a few more details about the upcoming Disney series during an interview with E! News.

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Sounds like Lizzie is older, but not necessarily wiser, in the relaunched show. "I have said this before, but for me coming back when she's 30 and she's not in a marriage and she's not having a baby and she's not doing all the things that I have already done in my life, that story is really exciting for me," Duff told E!. "I think to myself, where can we go? What are the struggles of a 30-year-old right now? What are the pressures that life throws in front of a woman who is 30 and doesn't have all the things yet? And for me, that's Lizzie McGuire, she had those struggles in middle school where she didn't have a place where she fits in... but she's also your best friend, and that's exactly what I want to target and hit home again — is being there for girls in this time of their life."


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It sounds like a lot of still up in the air. "Maybe at the end of the series we see her having a baby? You know, maybe it's hard for her to get pregnant? Maybe there is something bad happening on her 30th birthday in the first episode? Maybe she's going to be in her childhood bedroom in the first episode? I don't know!" Duff speculated. The actress promised to "give fans what they want," but also noted it will be "a completely new show." She added that she recently rewatched the seminal 2003 classic Lizzie McGuire Movie for the first time since its premiere, saying that period was a "crazy" time in her life. (True! Back then she and Lindsay Lohan were competing for the affections of Aaron Carter.)

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Related | Inside Lindsay Lohan's Enduring Cult of Celebrity

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This is exciting — a Lizzie McGuire reboot honestly makes more sense than most opportunistic Disney Channel revivals. Duff has proven on Younger that she has the comedic acting chops to charmingly send up the struggles of a millennial professional in New York City, and the addition of her cartoon alter ego from the aughts would be enough to differentiate the two shows in a cute nostalgic way.

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If producers know what's good for them, Lizzie's BFF/love interest Gordo will be making a comeback, too. Sadly no confirmation on that just yet.

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California Is the First State to Ban Fur - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/california-bans-fur-2640965457.html

California made history this weekend, becoming the first U.S. state to ban fur. Individual cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles, Coach, Prada, Burberry, Versace and Michael Kors (the list goes on) have banned, but California is the first state to push through the statewide legislation, which hopefully will soon be the standard.

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Governor Gavin Newsom signed legislation on Friday, that will make it illegal to sell, donate or manufacture new fur products in the state. Starting in 2023, residents can't sell fur or leather clothes, shoes, or handbags, with violators facing fines up to $1,000. The ban comes along with a package of bills fighting animal cruelty, including legislation that bans most usage of animals in circus performances.

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The bill makes exception for products used for indigenous or tribal purposes, as well as used fur and fur preserved through taxidermy.


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"Today is a historic day for animals in California, including those who have been whipped into performing in circuses, or skinned alive for their fur or skin," said Tracy Reiman, Executive Vice President of PETA in a statement via CNN. "PETA is proud to have worked with compassionate legislators to push these lifesaving laws forward and looks to other states to follow California's progressive lead."

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The fur lobby was naturally not pleased. The Fur Information Council of America called the bill a part of the "radical vegan agenda," and said (falsely): "In the end, there will be no positive impact on animal welfare."

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Related | London Fashion Week Marked by a Funeral For the Earth

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Fur bans are just one of many ways that citizens are trying to hold the fashion industry — one of the most egregious single-industry contributors to global CO2 levels — accountable for their impact on the environment. While brands are making improvements like upcycling and sustainable fabrics (plus lots of PR stunts: Gucci has promised a carbon neutral runway show for Milan Fashion Week 2020), activists don't see the industry moving fast enough.

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Will SuperM Be the Next K-Pop Group to Rule the World? - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/super-m-bts-2640964575.html

If you haven't heard of SuperM yet, you will soon be hearing their names everywhere.

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The latest K-Pop group to launch from SM Entertainment, Korea's largest entertainment company, is already taking America by storm, and it's barely been a month. In the first week of releasing their debut EP The 1st Mini Album 'SuperM' (via Capitol Records/SM), SuperM reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with 168,000 copies sold, making history with largest debut sales by a K-Pop act.

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Related | NCT 127's Global Takeover

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SuperM is a seven-piece group assembled from some of the most popular K-Pop acts in the world: Taemin from SHINee, EXO's Baekhyun and Kai, NCT 127's Taeyong and Mark, and Ten and Lucas of Chinese band WayV. Their collective stardom certainly has helped influence their popularity, as the group's high-energy debut single and video to "Jopping," which came out October 4, has already amassed more than 28 million views and counting.

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SuperM's fandemonium was in full swing at an event the next day hosted by Capitol in Hollywood, as thousands of fans swarmed Vine Street to see the group's first-ever live performance. SuperM also performed their new hit on Ellen DeGeneres' daytime talk show, which is basically America's living room.


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There was even a cute segment after where the group taught Ellen about "jopping." What is that? Urban Dictionary describes jopping in multiple ways: a dance combination of jumping and popping with a disclaimer, "I promise it has nothing to do with ejaculating into someones ear," or a mix of jiving and bopping.

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Stans are fighting over which breakout K-Pop act is better: BTS, who has also broken streaming and sales records, or Super M?





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BTS, also a seven-member supergroup, first set the record for topping the Billboard 200 with last year's Love Yourself: Tear album, selling 135,000 units. It was also BTS' highest-charting album in a Western market and the first Korean album to top the U.S. albums chart. Naturally, Super M's higher first-week sales have BTS' Army stans battling it out with SuperM fans, but can everyone relax? These may be my famous last words, but there's room for everybody to succeed.

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Stream SuperM's debut EP, below.


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Pharrell Regrets 'Blurred Lines' - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/pharrell-regrets-blurred-lines-gq-2640964449.html

Ageless, shorts-loving production nymph Pharrell took the time in his new GQ profile to reflect on one of the more unfortunate parts of his legacy: "Blurred Lines."

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If you recall, the 2013 collaboration with Robin Thicke and T.I. became an early lightening rod in the last half decade's conversation about the normalization of sexual violence and predatory male behavior that's led us all the way to Me Too.

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Feminist critics wrote that the song's title, lyrics and music video were — as has become the unanimous descriptor — "rapey." In the song, Thicke tries to convince a woman to have sex with him, implying he knows that she wants to have sex with him, but she won't admit it.

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Perhaps if the song weren't literally titled "Blurred Lines," the act of Thicke whispering "you know you want it" over and over again wouldn't have felt so gross.

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Another lyric shows Thicke jumping to conclusions about her desires: "The way you grab it/ Must wanna get nasty."

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Or, maybe the song of summer '13 would have been spared cancellation if, in the music video, Thicke, Pharrell and T.I. hadn't stood there smug and fully clothed while three naked models (never forget the career-making moment for Emily Ratajkowski) pranced and flirted around them.


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Revisiting the video isn't so fun for Pharrell.

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"Some of my old songs, I would never write or sing today. I get embarrassed by some of that stuff. It just took a lot of time and growth to get to that place... I think 'Blurred Lines' opened me up," he told GQ.

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Pharrell says he didn't "get it" at first, because some women liked the song.


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"...There were older white women who, when that song came on, they would behave in some of the most surprising ways ever... So when there started to be an issue with it, lyrically, I was like, What are you talking about? There are women who really like the song and connect to the energy that just gets you up. And I know you want it — women sing those kinds of lyrics all the time. So it's like, What's rapey about that?"

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Related | Pharrell Talks Adidas Campaign Featuring Tori Bowie

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The discussion controversy made him aware of the subtly of misogyny, and his own blind spots as an artist.

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"And then I realized that there are men who use that same language when taking advantage of a woman, and it doesn't matter that that's not my behavior. Or the way I think about things. It just matters how it affects women. And I was like, Got it. I get it. Cool. My mind opened up to what was actually being said in the song and how it could make someone feel. Even though it wasn't the majority, it didn't matter. I cared what they were feeling, too. I realized that we live in a chauvinist culture in our country. Hadn't realized that. Didn't realize that some of my songs catered to that. So that blew my mind."

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I'd say our culture has grown fairly pessimistic about the efficacy of cancelling a dumb, gross pop song song, when there are men accused of assault in the White House and on the Supreme Court. But the conversation around "Blurred Lines" moved us forward, and it's affirming to hear Pharrell can acknowledge the flaws of the song, however comparatively banal (which is more than Thick has done).

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Pharrell's cover story is for GQ's "New Masculinity" issue. His accountability is an crucial aspect of the changing notion of masculinity, given no one is born a feminist or an ally.

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K-pop Singer Sulli Found Dead at 25 - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/sulli-k-pop-suicide-2640964412.html

K-pop star and actress Sulli has passed away aged just 25. She was found dead in her home near Seoul. No official cause of death has been announced just yet, but many outlets are reporting that she left a suicide note.

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Sulli, real name Choi Jin-ri, was active in the Korean entertainment industry from early childhood. She rose to fame as a member of K-pop girl group f(x), but quit music in 2014 citing exhaustion and anxiety over the intense media scrutiny and cyber bullying that accompanies life in the K-pop spotlight.


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For a K-pop singer Sulli was unusually outspoken about her mental health struggles. She was the subject of vitriolic criticism when she broke unofficial K-pop relationship rules and was photographed with a boyfriend in public. She was also a public feminist who was often photographed without wearing a bra, drawing criticism from some corners.

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Her death echoes that of her friend and fellow K-pop idol Jonghyun, who killed himself in 2017. Jonghyun left a heartbreaking note describing the mental health anguish that accompanies K-pop stardom. As many fans are pointing out online, both deaths appear to highlight the hidden pressures of the K-pop fame machine.

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'Jesus Is King' Has a New Drop Date - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/kanye-west-new-album-october-2640958721.html

After Kanye West didn't drop his new album as it was promised on September 27, it seems that the rapper has announced a new release date.

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On Saturday afternoon, Ye dropped by George Washington University in D.C., and spoke about Christianity and also had an album listening party with about 1,500 people in attendance. According to the The GW Hatchet, Kanye also screened an IMAX film featuring his Sunday Service choir and crew.

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West also reportedly made the announcement that a new track could premiere on October 25. Although some accounts are saying that the full album, as well as the IMAX film will be dropping that day. Although unconfirmed, fans on Twitter have said that the artist decided to delay the Jesus Is King release because, he said, "I'm making it better for ya'll."




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But the main purpose of Ye's visit to GWU was not to announce his album drop. "I'm not here for your entertainment this afternoon," The Hatchet quoted West. "We're here to spread the Gospel." All people were asked to put their phones away, so as not to take photos or videos during his visit. The audience was also encouraged to sing, dance, and just enjoy themselves as they listened to the new tracks. West also did a bit of freestyle, with the audiences help as they sang in the background.

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"This is no longer my house," West said, per The Hatchet. "This is God's house."

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Elton John Defends Ellen DeGeneres - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/elton-john-defends-ellen-2640957850.html

Recently, Ellen DeGeneres has been under fire after being spotted hanging out with former U.S. president George W. Bush at a Dallas Cowboys football game. "Here's the thing," she explained. "I'm friends with George Bush. In fact, I'm friends with a lot of people who don't share the same beliefs that I have. We're all different and I think that we've forgotten that that's okay… Just because I don't agree with someone on everything doesn't mean that I'm not going to be friends with them."


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A lot of people on Twitter voiced their rebuttals online. Still, other celebrities have stood by Ellen, including Reese Witherspoon, Kristen Bell, and Kristin Chenoweth. Now Sir Elton John joins in defending the talk show host. "I admire Ellen for standing up and saying what she said," John told NPR in an interview, while promoting his autobiography entitled Me. "George Bush has made a lot of mistakes. I made a lot of mistakes. Ellen DeGeneres has made a lot of mistakes."


The iconic singer continued, "People need to come together [...] They need to respect people's view on life. Except when it's heresy, and I don't think George Bush is that kind of guy."

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The singer's comments have, of course, gotten backlash online.




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Meanwhile, other celebrities have made it clear that they don't agree with DeGeneres's sentiments. Actor Mark Ruffalo tweeted, "Sorry, until George W. Bush is brought to justice for the crimes of the Iraq War, (including American-lead torture, Iraqi deaths & displacement, and the deep scars—emotional & otherwise—inflicted on our military that served his folly), we can't even begin to talk about kindness."

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Kristen Bell's Good Place co-star Jamila Jamil also wrote, "Ooooof learning today about the full extent of Bush's heinous presidency... we weren't taught much about him at school, we just heard he was stupid...(we were dealing with our own epic nightmare of a prime minister back then). What a monstrous leader. I now understand the rage.."




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Since posting the video response to the controversy via Twitter, Ellen has yet to make any further statements regarding the matter.

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Simone Biles Makes History - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/simone-biles-most-decorated-gymnast-2640957191.html

Simone Biles is unstoppable. On Sunday, the gymnast won her 24th and 25th medals at the World Gymnastics Championships in Stuttgart, Germany. And with these wins, she set an all-time record as the most decorated gymnast — male or female — in World Championships history.

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The moment Biles won her 24th medal for the beam event, she broke her 23-medal tie with Belarusian gymnast Vitaly Scherbo. Her 25th medal was from the floor event — her 19th gold medal in her entire career.

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Related | Simone Biles Is Back

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"I can't be more thrilled with the performance that I put out at this world championships," Biles told the Associated Press. But when asked about her record-breaking number of medals, she said, "I'm not a number person."

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Though the Olympic gymnast remains ever-humble, people can't help but celebrate her huge victory, and hope that she does it again for the Tokyo Olympics next year.





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Watch Simone Biles' historic win below.


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NYPD Tells Rolling Loud to Remove Five Acts From the Lineup - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/rolling-loud-nypd-2640948545.html

Today is the first day of the Rolling Loud music festival at Citi Field in New York City. And the impressive lineup includes Travis Scott, Meek Mill, the Wu Tang Clan, and more. But the reason why some of these acts are slotted to perform was because the New York City Police Department had issues with five rappers slated to perform: Pop Smoke, Casanova, 22GZ, Don Q, and Sheff G.

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In a letter acquired by The FADER, the NYPD writes to the show organizers requesting to remove the artists because they have been "affiliated with recent acts of violence citywide." They fear that having them perform onstage will be "a higher risk of violence."


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Some fans have been upset by the news. Twitter user @DJMissMilan tweeted, "The fact that REAL NEW YORKERS like @CASANOVA_2X & @POPSMOKE10 not being able to perform at NEW YORK's @RollingLoud is super crazy wtf" Another tweeter, @kahulanii, "I'm not even going to rolling loud and I was looking forward to sheff g getting his moment."



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According to writer John Norris, Fetty Wap was slotted for what was supposed to be Pop Smoke's afternoon slot.


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And though Rolling Loud hasn't made any official statements regarding the news, the festival's co-founder Tariq Cherif tweeted, "I can't speak on this much but I want everyone to know that we are still paying all of those artists full booking fees AND sending them offers for future Rolling Loud's in other cities."


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Legendary Artist and Activist John Giorno Dies at 82 - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/john-giorno-dies-82-2640946919.html

Poet, visual artist, and LGBTQ+ activist John Giorno died on Friday. Giorno, who was also the subject of Andy Warhol's 1963 five-hour film Sleep, was a New York City icon who was unlike any other. According to ART News, his death has been confirmed by the Almine Rech and Sperone Westwater galleries.

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One of the artistic works Giorno is most known for is his 1968 "Dial-a-Poem." This project made poetry accessible by allowing people to call a number (+1 641-793-8122 ) — which is still active now — and hear a live recording of a poem from poets like Frank O'Hara, David Henderson, John Ashberry, Laurie Anderson, and more. He told curator Hans Ulrich Obrist, "It occurred to me that poetry was 75 years behind painting and sculpture and dance and music."

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He also currently has an exhibition open entitled "Do the Undone," is due to be open until October 26 at the Sperone Westwater gallery.

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Aside from his work in the arts, Giorno also founded the AIDS Treatment Project in 1984, which collects funds to directly donate to HIV/AIDS patients. The Paris Review quotes Giorno saying, "My intention is to treat a complete stranger as a lover or a close friend; in the same spirit as in the golden age of promiscuity, we made fabulous love with beautiful strangers, and celebrated life with glorious substances. 'God please fuck my mind for good!' Now that their life is ravaged with AIDS, we offer love from the same root, in the form of boundless compassion."

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Giorno's friend, musician Lee Ranaldo, posted photos on Instagram on Saturday in memory of the artist. He wrote, "Sad to note the passing today of dear friend John Giorno, such a sweet, beatific person."


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Giorno's cause of death is unknown, but he is survived by his husband Ugo Rondinone.

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Asukal Sings About a Different Kind of Love - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/asukal-my-gurl-2640944476.html

Electro-pop singer Raquel Undheim has been singing sweet tunes and living up to her artist pseudonym, Asukal, which is the Tagalog word for "sugar." We first heard the artist, who grew up in Manila, Philippines, sing about romantic love and breakups in her debut EP Purity. And a year later, she came out with a dreamy single, "U Alone." Now, she ushers in a new era in her music with her latest release, "My Gurl."

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Asukal doesn't lose any of the sugary goodness that has always been present in her bops. The playful and bright synth sounds, and the rhythmic flow of catchy danceable beats are all still there. But this new song somehow takes on a more mature tone, and shows how much the artist has grown over the past two years.

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PAPER interviewed Asukal over e-mail to talk about "My Gurl," female friendships, and exploring the grittier side of her artistry for future music.

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What have you been up to since "U Alone"? Has anything changed in terms of life and your creative process?

Since "U Alone," I've been working on a bunch of new music and I've played a few shows. I have a ton of new demos from earlier this year that are taking me forever to finish, possibly because I was at a standstill for awhile with what I wanted my new sound to be. I just went to LA last month and worked on new music for 2 weeks straight which was so refreshing and totally something I hadn't really been able to carve out time to do for awhile. It was productive and gave me a better sense of the direction I want to go musically. I'm learning more about how I work because when I buckle down, I can make a solid track in a few hours which is how I made "My Gurl." The idea of the song was floating around in my head for a few months along with different sounds and melodies I had in mind, but once I actually sat down to produce it, the song came very quickly and naturally.

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What inspired "My Gurl"?

During the time I wrote this one, many of my friends were going through painful situations whether they were break-ups, being worn down by the city, career, or just not feeling themselves. It was important for me to listen and be available to just talk through everything. I wrote one of the verses for this song while traveling with one of my best friends on the train from Berlin to Amsterdam, and had that feeling of when you're looking out the window and feel like you're in a cheesy music video. I was like what do I do with this energy. Needless to say, I got SUPER inspired and just started writing out everything I admire about them and how lucky I was to have them as a friend. It seemed appropriate to spill out the best qualities of people I love in New York into a song whilst escaping New York and being away for a bit.

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What prompted you to write the song? Was there a specific event/ instance that got you started with the song?

I guess it started with a conversation with a friend about our love/hate relationship with the city and how mentally draining it can be to get stuck in the same routine. This was right before we booked tickets to Europe to get away for awhile. From there, we just needed to remind ourselves of how abundantly thankful we are for our friends and community, and how lifting each other up with words of affirmation reminds us of our identity and worth. You feel yourself opening up, breathing better, and seeing life more clearly.

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Your EP Purity was a post-breakup collection of songs, and "U Alone" was also alluding to a romantic kind of feeling. What for you was so special about singing to the tune of a different kind of love?

Well, between the EP and "U Alone" it was just important for me personally to not isolate myself or seek out the wrong kind of love after a break up and just to stay open to love in general. With "My Gurl," this love is full, authentic, and unconditional. It felt right to make a song about friends being there for one another through anything.

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Does "My Gurl" set the tone for what your future work will be about? What can fans expect from Asukal?

My sound is ever evolving and my music taste changes all the time, but I've remained fairly consistent with the sound of this project up to this point and it does portray who I am at my core. However, some days I want to write a punk song or make really hard rap beats and then I'm like, how can I turn this into an Asukal song. I feel like these days I tend to write about how I mess up a lot and how uncertain the future is. "My Gurl" is definitely the purest form of myself and came from the sole desire to uplift my friends. Since I wrote this song, I've definitely worked on grittier and not as cute material and I feel like that's the direction I'm needing to explore more.

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Stream "My Gurl," below.


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Photography: Stephanie Dimiskovski
Styling: Daniela Gutmann
Makeup: Gabbi Pascua
Art Direction: David Cazso

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Sat, 12 Oct 2019 15:53:26 +0000//www.ry7la.com/asukal-my-gurl-2640944476.htmlNew musicMusicAsukalRachel undheimIndependent artistPopPop music"my gurl"Jasmine Ting
Rihanna Debuts Limited Edition Christmas Collection - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/rihanna-tinsel-show-holiday-2640934441.html

Rihanna is relentless. After super successful Savage X Fenty show at NYFW and a dropping a range of different Fenty Beauty products, the singer and entrepreneur has now designed a stunning new Holiday collection.

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Called The Tinsel $how collection, the star of the limited edition line is the Glossy Posse Gloss Bomb Collection that includes four new glosses: Pretty Please in hot pink, Confetti, a clear sparkly shade, Chocolit, a dark shimmery shade, and Cheeky in a bright orange.

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The dazzling new collection will also feature a new addition to the Stunna Lip Paints range called the Underdawg, a bold red color.

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Lastly, fans can also get their hands on travel friendly sizes of some of the best selling products on the site, including the Body Lava Luminizer, and the existing shades from the Gloss Bomb line. Christmas came early!

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The Glossy Posse Mini Gloss Bomb Collection is priced at $42 and is available to at Sephora, and on FentyBeauty.com starting today.

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Photo courtesy of Fenty Beauty

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Gen Z Texans Are the Next Wave of Vintage Fashion - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/depop-texas-campaign-2640933013.html

Texas is fast becoming a hotbed of vintage fashion activity. Everyone from college students in Houston to twenty-somethings in Austin are buying and selling vintage clothing at a rapid pace (with many of them making it their full-time job outright) through the growing marketplace app Depop.

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The London-based shopping platform is quickly becoming popular with Gen Z (about 90% of its active users are under 26) and many people can't get enough of its easy peer-to-peer business model. After New York and L.A., Texas is the app's third largest market in U.S. Houston, Dallas, and Austin in particular are all home to some of the top Depop sellers. To mark Depop's growing presence in Texas, the company launched a dedicated campaign to highlight some of these young creatives.

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Musicians, business owners, LGBTQIA+ advocates, students are all among the Texan personalities with a strong grasp on Depop, with everything from streetwear to luxury on offer. Here are the nine Depop sellers making waves in vintage fashion across the Lone Star State, many of whom count each other as friends.

Corey Campbell


City: Dallas

Depop: ImCoreyCampbell

Instagram: @imcoreycampbell

Cory spends a lot of time flying between L.A. and Texas for modeling jobs and creating TikTok content. The aspiring musician is engaged to fellow campaign star Cat Conley.

Cat Conley


City: Houston

Depop: CatConley

IG: @cat.conley

The high school senior, YouTuber, and aspiring model has over 200k followers on Instagram. She's also engaged to fellow campaign star Corey Campbell.

Erica


City: Austin

Depop: TheGothicSprite

Instagram: @thegothicsprite

Erica is a full-time seller on Depop and has been on the app since 2015. Her shop features tons of classic thifty pieces from the early 2000s like spaghetti straps, babydoll silhouettes, lace-up corsets, gothic tees and flared jeans.

Olivia


City: Houston

Depop: RealLifeAsLiv

Instagram: @shop_reallifeasliv

A senior at University of Houston, Olivia has vintage running through the family. Her mother collected vintage items throughout the '70s and '80s, and handed down these pieces to her daughter. Olivia's focus is on designer vintage: think, Chanel moto jackets and Moschino jeans from the '90s.

Jesse


City: Houston

Depop: JjesseCook

Instagram: @jessecookk

Jesse is a senior in high school who loves thrifting and accessories. (Brands like InternetGirl often send him jewelry for him to promote on his Instagram account.) He plans to major in business and minor in graphic design in college.

Sara King


City: Dallas

Depop: SaraKing

Instagram: @saraxking

For Sara, entertaining and performing runs in the family (her mother was a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader). After starting out by holding small performances for friends and family, she's headlining her own shows as she pursues her music career.

Belladonna


City: Austin

Depop: Belladonnaxoxo

Instagram: @belladonna.bitch

Performance artist Donabella counts fellow campaign star Troy as her best friend. The two share a closet with each other, go thrifting together, and do each other's makeup. She also walks in Troy's fashion shows.

Troy


City: Austin

Depop: ParkAvenuePuta

Instagram: @parkavenueputa

Troy is an Austin-based LGBTQIA+ icon, designer, and 3D artist who also hosts drag shows. She uses thrifted fabrics and reworks them to make new items like tiny glasses pierced with belly buttons rings and upcycled corsets. She frequently goes thrifting with fellow campaign star and best friend Belladonna, whom she also shares a closet with.

Drew


City: Houston

Depop: ImperialxEmpire

Instagram: @imperialxempire

Drew runs his vintage store Imperial with his wife, which attracts the likes of Travis Scott and musicians from his label Cactus Jack Records. Pop-ups, listening parties and in-store panels are some of the activations Drew likes to host. He's currently thinking about opening an Austin location.

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The marketing campaign will be featured on billboards, wildposting, and bus wraps across Dallas, Houston, and Austin, as well as through digital channels. wildposting, bus wraps and through digital, starting this month.

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Photos courtesy of Depop



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Fri, 11 Oct 2019 23:08:51 +0000//www.ry7la.com/depop-texas-campaign-2640933013.htmlDepopTexasVintageMario Abad
Bops Only: 10 Songs You Need to Start Your Weekend Right - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/bops-only-tiffany-young-2640930123.html

New Music Friday always promises a plethora of that good-good new-new from some of your favorite artists, maybe some long-awaited, maybe some tired, through, and delayed, and maybe some songs by a treasure trove of #whos you've never heard of before. We know. It's overwhelming! Thank the heavens PAPER is here help sift through the goodness, the garbage, and the noise, and bring you the best every Friday. We gotchu, sis. Let's bop to it!


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On Tiffany Young's new single, "Run For Your Life," she fills up space with moody synths and menacing vocals and lyrics about the dark side of ambition. The song marks a spooky new shift in Young's evolving sound, as she delivers lines like "I'm ice cold, baby on an ocean of glitter" with the resolve of someone determined to rise above any obstacles in her way. The anthemic chorus bears a nostalgic resemblance to Lady Gaga's The Fame Monster era, too, but as a solo artist, Young is carving out a space of her own, running from the past, embracing what's ahead. The “Run For Your Life" video is out now. Watch it here.

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Kidd Kenn's "Babysitter" finds the teenage Chicago phenom gleefully acting up, rapping charmingly bratty lyrics about stealing boos and running off into the sunset, his crew of "pretty bitches" by his side. There's an ominous minor-key piano riff underneath it all, like a devil-face emoji, but it's offset by booming bass and a childlike "yay!" mixed in. If you find yourself mad enough about Kenn's antics to approach him, don't. He reminds enemies that his crew "watch to kill like they my babysitter." This is all to say that means Kenn's going to continue slaying, and — like a baby throwing a fit during feeding time — getting away with it.


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There's a curious expansiveness informing the nine tracks comprising Kim Gordon's first solo album, No Home Record, out now. "Cookie Butter" is one standout example, which finds the iconic rock star, delivering poetic verse to a sparse track of bass thuds and clattering drum machine, before it mutates into a grind of furious guitars. Gordon's vocals, sounding both aloof and extremely present, allow for lines like "You fucked/ You think/ I want/ You fell" to seem like discoveries. It's hard to decipher what the song itself "means," but figuring it out disables the thrills of hearing Gordon find her voice as she goes along. And at six-and-a-half minutes, "Cookie Butter" yields constant discovery, not unlike the LA sprawl Gordon now calls home.


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On 9, Lil' Kim's first proper album since 2005's The Naked Truth, the rap legend shows off a more versatile range with a collection of songs that feel more of-the-moment. Considering how long it's been since the Queen Bee's dropped new music, perhaps it's a smart move that she doesn't seem hellbent on proving a Big Point. "Bag" is an example of Kim cutting loose. She rides the beat with vocals that are half-sung through AutoTune and half-rapped, relaxed and here for the money, plain and simple. But make no mistake: from the sound of things, Kim's not hurting for it. She calmly invokes the laws of attraction: "Money wlll run from you if you chase it/ Just sit back and have patience." Good point!

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NYC singer Juletta's "Strawberry" is grand in its sonic scope, encompassing romantic strings, bell chimes, jazzy piano chords, and midtempo beat that all grow more intense as the song progresses. Juletta's tender lyrics and vocals, both vulnerable and resolute, are the parts giving "Strawberry" its sense of wholeness, which is funny, given that it's a song about a person caught in perpetual limbo. But the devil's in the details: "I stick with a water and he buys another coke can," she sings. It's a haunted memory of a love lost, and a reminder that while some things change, others stay the same.


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Sam Sparro is "Outside the Blue" on his spacey, sexy new single, the first to come from his upcoming, long-awaited studio album, due for release next year. The atmospheric, retro-leaning R&B track features blessed harmonies by twin-sister duo We Are KING. Sparro asks for honesty with a lover ("Say the words in your heart and color me blue") so together they might discover utopia. As the song progresses, the color "blue" changes meaning, at first describing a place of reliable sadness, before discovering blue as a space of tranquility. This song essentially lives there, in a peace that passes understanding. I guess good love can do that now and then.


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I first met Minty.Ivy this summer in a remote forest in southern New Jersey, and she sang her twisted poems and stories into a vocoder before a bewitched audience. "Every Man Gots to Eat" is one of the tracks Minty performed, and it's just as strangely intoxicating recorded as it was live. There's dissonance between the track's intentionally disjointed, sparse instrumentation and Minty's warped voice, sad and mournful, as she repeats the track title as if in a trance. Maybe she's hungry? Maybe I'm hungry? I should eat something.

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NYC band Britton & the Sting shows off a flair for operatic rock in debut single "Burn." Lead singer Britton Smith ponders the likelihood of a world in flames, perhaps a commentary on climate change, or a meditation on what it means to live in the moment. Throughout, the drums build drama and the harmonies add high-wire tension. Smith gives us options on how to face the world's inevitable collapse: "You can be mad," goes one shrugged-off line, or there's hope: "Purify it all, start again." Maybe some other day, I'd be pressed, but today, I choose a silver lining. What's your choice?


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In the lyrics of "Addicted," Yoshi Flower has tried everything, from learning to smile in pictures to seeing a shaman, and still nothing can dull the power obsessive love has over him. No matter what, Yoshi can't shake the feeling of a mysterious, alluring "you." And neither can we: the song's deceptively sunny melodies and abundant hooks, full of stuttered vocals and repetition, are bound to be committed to memory. We warned you.


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Melancholy guitar chords and Lie Ning's emotionally-charged voice weave a tapestry for fantasy in "Secret Island," a cut from his debut EP Traffic Songs for the Inbetweens, out now. "We let the tide take away yesterday's troubles," he sings, offering to take his lover to paradise in a repetitive "let's get away" refrain. On a secret island for two, it's easy to revel in fantasy. There's a mournful sadness underscoring the utopia though. Will this vacation, whether real or imagined, truly last? There's always a point where paradise is interrupted, Lie Ning sings with a kind of pained knowing. Trouble may not last always, but after days of sun, it comes back around again, and what happens then? One can dream.

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What's your favorite track this week? See you next week, lovers!

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Photography: Transparent Agency

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Fri, 11 Oct 2019 23:03:43 +0000//www.ry7la.com/bops-only-tiffany-young-2640930123.htmlTiffany youngKidd kennKim gordonLil kimJulettaSam sparroMinty.ivyBritton & the stingYoshi flowerLie ningMusicNew music fridayBops onlyMichael Love Michael
Rosalía and Billie Eilish Have Recorded a Collab - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/billie-eilish-rosalia-collab-2640934129.html

We are living in an era where genre isn't just irrelevant, but where artists seek favor by mixing the most unlikely styles — and artists — together. As such, neo-flamenco-trap singer Rosalía and goth-pop-ASMSR teen phenom Billie Eilish have recorded a collab together.

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The pairing actually makes more sense than you'd think. Everyone's on the Rosalía train now, but Billie was an early supporter, starting with "Malamente."

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"When I released 'Malamente,' Billie was one of the first huge artists who shared the video. She has been there from the onset," Rosalía told Billboard in her new cover story. "Billie and I had a session together, totally independent from her other projects. We wrote with her at the piano. We created a great idea for a song and had a great time."

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Back then in March, she tweeted a photo of Billie captioned with "Can't wait to finish our song," and (in Spanish): "to share the studio with you and to see you working yesterday inspires me sooo much, love you B."


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While Rosalía's collaborated with huge Latin stars like J. Balvin, El Guincho and Ozuna, James Blake is the English-language artist she's worked with so far. She was a feature on his Assume Form track "Barefoot in the Park."

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A track with Billie will represents a new branch on the Spanish artist's tree. And of course, a joint effort by the pop revolutionaries is iconic. But what the hell will it sound like?

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Will it be a Rosalía track with Billie vocals? Or a Billie track with Rosalía vocals? Or will it split the difference: a trap song plus Spanish guitar, plus piano plunks, horror synths and Rosalía and Billie duetting about wanting to die?

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Honestly... yes, please!

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Photo via Twitter

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Fri, 11 Oct 2019 22:51:33 +0000//www.ry7la.com/billie-eilish-rosalia-collab-2640934129.htmlBillie eilishRosalíaJael Goldfine
Hercules & Love Affair Explores the Pain and Liberation of 'Change' - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/hercules-love-affair-change-2640928744.html

Belgium-based dance music project Hercules & Love Affair has built a career reliant on powerful messaging and constant transformation. Their latest single and video for "Change," premiering today on PAPER, is no exception.

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"Change," co-produced by bandleader Andy Butler and Alec Storey, throbs and crashes with an almost sensual urgency. The band's lyrics snake around the music, communicating common axioms on the nature of change. But each time they are repeated, the beat adopts a change of pace and rhythm, adding more effects or subtracting them, like the tides of a restless ocean. Do the lyrics address the ever-evolving nature of relationships, the world we live in, grief, or all three? Lines like "what we could've had is gone" and "it's no longer yours" may be sound bleak, but with every loss comes mysterious, inevitable renewal.

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The dance-based "Change" video, co-produced and directed by Butler and Joie Iacono, perfectly matches the song's meaning. The video is full of hypnotic choreography by Joshua Hubbard, who has worked with everyone from Elton John to Róisín Murphy. A diverse range of dancers cast from all over the world are shown writhing and contorting solo or in groups inside practice studios and an empty warehouse space. They wear colorful hooded cloaks and skintight bodysuits, adding depth of emotion to an already stunning musical piece. Sculptural work by artists Egon Van Herreweghe and Thomas Min also appears throughout the clip.

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"I wanted to explore the uncomfortable and alienating aspects of the process of change, as well as the potentially confining, limiting and restrictive nature of identity," Butler says of his new song and video. "Change seems to operate under natural law — once the pull towards evolution takes hold, it can't be contained; Joshua Hubbard's alternately nervous and explosive choreography portrayed this layered experience of an often painful yet liberating emotional journey perfectly."

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"Change" comes from Hercules & Love Affair's upcoming EP, The Change, out November 1 (via BMG/Skint). Stream the track, below.


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Photography: Hoarder


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Fri, 11 Oct 2019 14:40:18 +0000//www.ry7la.com/hercules-love-affair-change-2640928744.htmlChangeVideoMusic video premiereSong premiereNew music fridayThe changeAndy butlerJoie iaconoEgon van herrewegheThomas minHercules and love affairMichael Love Michael
@EmoBlackThot Is Ready to Reintroduce Himself - ▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势计划软件▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势天天计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势人工计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势在线计划▶辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势稳赢计划//www.ry7la.com/emoblackthot-coming-out-2640915045.html

Online, it's far harder to keep a secret than it is to quell any sort of internet rumor, let alone as a bonafide Twitter celebrity. Amidst all the stan infighting and receipt accruement, keeping your real life completely separate from the online personality you've crafted is a near-impossible task, and it's also something that Isaiah Hickland knows better than most.

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At 23 years old, the man behind the well-loved @EmoBlackThot handle has already lived more lives via the microblogging platform than most. Unlike many of his peers though, Hickland's always managed to keep his real identity a complete secret, almost like a real life Gossip Girl. And while his enigmatic presence has contributed to his mystique and sparked an innumerable amount of rumors — including speculation that he's Rihanna or Normani — after four years of complete anonymity, Hickland's tired of hiding. More importantly though, he's tired of being afraid.

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Speaking over the phone, I can hear the anxiety in Hickland's voice — an emotional intensity he says his corgi, who's supportively plopped underneath his chair, can feel.

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"This is a big step for me," Hickland says with a slight quaver. "I'm so nervous, probably because this will be the first and last time I'll ever be this honest and open about myself to anybody."


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After all, Hickland's online presence — one built upon positivity and self-care — has inspired intense loyalty from celebrities and stans alike. From the pay-it-forward #CashAppFriday posts to his popular "creatives, respond to this with examples of your work to be boosted" threads focused on amplifying people with under 10,000 followers, he's continually leveraged his huge platform for the greater good. On the creative side, a musical tastemaker, Hickland says he also helped popularize artists like Megan Thee Stallion, Rico Nasty, and Normani while she was still in Fifth Harmony among his ardent fanbase, all while working with BTS Army on streaming parties and collaborations when Love Yourself: Tear came out last year.

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That said, much like anyone else with a high-level of online visibility, Hickland's also had to deal with his fair share of negativity. From all the stories and anecdotes he tells, it's evident that things haven't been easy for him, especially as someone seemingly so sensitive, so emotional, so self-aware. Because while he may be Twitter's go-to for everything from hydration reminders to the newest in rising creative talent, the one thing he's never been able to feel internally reconciled with is the feeling that his brand of "authenticity" is consistently undermined by the secrets he has.

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"I was just trying to be the kind of person I didn't have for myself, just virtually [for others]," he says, briefly mentioning his desire to continue bolstering his fans, whether it be through continued conversation surrounding the stigma about mental health within the Black community, bringing attention to under-the-radar social injustice issues, or what it's like to live as a bisexual Black male. Which is why — in what feels like another gesture toward his commitment to full transparency from this point forward — Hickland also wants to publicly come out as bisexual, something he says only a few close personal friends of his know.

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"I'm already very untrustworthy of people — they make me anxious — so the idea of people knowing who I am," he trails off, taking a second to breathe, "Everything about me, just makes me sick to my stomach. After this article, people are going to look me up —they'll delve through my personal accounts, look through all my old pictures, all of that. They'll create their own narratives. That type of shit makes me anxious." For a moment, he pauses again to reflect upon what he's said before putting the onus upon himself. "But it's also my fault. I could've [handled this whole thing] better. I had good intentions, but I still hid behind an anonymous identity and hid who I was — I feel like I fucked up majorly."

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When asked what exactly he means by that, Hickland explains that his biggest mistake was not being more transparent with his followers from the get-go.

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"I lied to people. I could've been honest," he sighs, a hint of frustration evident in his voice. "But the account got so big at some point, it almost turned into a nightmare." Explaining that, at times, it seemed hard to feel completely in control, Hickland returns to the idea that @EmoBlackThot hinges upon an open, accessible brand of communication and support.

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"People were relying on me for self-care and advice, and they'd DM me whenever they were going through it. Paragraphs of people in need of advice, financial help, someone to talk to. I couldn't just disappear," he says. "At the same time, I fucking hated it. I wanted to disappear."

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While we talk briefly about the idea that not even an anonymous online personality owes anything to their fans, especially when it begins to take a toll on their own mental health, it's obvious that Hickland sees his upwards of 177,000 followers as more than just numbers on the screen. For him, it's proven even more difficult to feel like he isn't at least a little bit responsible to the fans checking in on him or like he's ignoring those who genuinely need his help — even if it's nothing more than just tweeting out a small affirmation or a daily reminder to do your skincare.


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"I actually struggle with self-care a lot. I take on so much from others that I forget about myself," he agrees. "But that's the thing. There are days that I'll take off for myself and not tweet, but then people are like, 'What happened, are you ok?'"

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That said, Hickland never set out with the intention to become extremely visible online. For him, the 2015 creation of his first burner account, @MadBlackThot, stemmed from necessity. Created during a series of "really fucking bad years," Hickland started tweeting under the now-infamous moniker as a way of "venting" his frustration while attending Texas State.

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A predominantly white institution, Hickland says there was a huge, racially charged political division on campus, which was perpetuated by things like a string of white supremacist guest speakers and an openly racist student body president. However, as the face of Texas State's Greek community and student judicial board, he "couldn't take stances on political stuff" or "be myself, because I had to be worried about public image at all times as a representative of the school and my organizations."

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Combined with his previous experiences and intense aversion to negative attention, Hickland opted to continue keeping his identity a secret amidst the account's increasing popularity, including his close Twitter friends, Jovan Hill and Lil Nas X. In fact, he says he didn't start telling people who he really was until this past spring and, even then, he preferred to communicate through more detached mediums like email.

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"I'd rather just help people and not have my face or name behind it, because then it just comes off as being an opportunist. That's the opposite of what I want. I wasn't doing it to gain anything for myself," Hickland says, explaining that if he had the option, he'd much rather keep anonymously "boosting people and creatives." After all, "if I wanted something from it, I would've revealed who I was in 2016."

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However, spurred by extenuating circumstances, which includes an extended period of unemployment and a desire to help his family and friends financially, Hickland has finally decided to take off the mask. Because while he does have the odd Postmates job here and there, he's found that it still doesn't pay the bills, let alone allow him to afford the oft-overlooked necessities of job hunting, which include things like dressy clothes and transportation costs.

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Hickland also feels as if "being honest with myself" is "the last step in healing from everything that's happened."

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"I fucked up and I lied, and I'm extremely sorry for it, but I want to take accountability for it and, hopefully, people will forgive me for that," he stops again for a moment. "But, if not, I get it. All the good, all the creatives I've helped, the GoFundMes I've boosted, to me, it means nothing [to me] because I lied. All that good is outweighed by the fact I'm hiding behind a facade."

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Given his past, it's understandable why Hickland is only now beginning to feel more empowered within his brand. As many a burgeoning online creative has experienced, visibility can be a double-edged sword — one that couples the joy of community and interacting with others with things like intense negativity, the threat of having your life ruined by doxxers, or the constant paranoia of potentially being haunted by an absentminded post. And as Hickland says, he doesn't have to look any further than the suspension of his first account, @MadBlackThot, as proof.

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In 2017, Hickland was in the throes of his Normani standom and, like many other fans, began tweeting out videos and photos of her. After tweeting some admittedly "stupid shit," another stanbase began antagonizing Hickland. From doxxing attempts to seeding a rumor that he was white, the constant DMs, incessant negativity, and questioning from all sides eventually caused Hickland to break. He dealt with the situation by addressing speculation surrounding his true identity. The only problem for him, in retrospect, was that he used a fake name: "Nicole."

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Given the furor even this small of a revelation caused (people began speculating that "Nicole" was a white woman who worked at a law firm in Dallas*), Hickland says he felt trapped and took a brief hiatus from Twitter in the aftermath.

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"I had an anxiety attack, for sure," Hickland recalls. "But [then I rationalized], if you had any idea who I was, you would've said it by now." Despite all this, by the time he returned, the same stans had ended up getting his account suspended by allegedly posing as a paparazzi agency and claiming copyright violations.

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This wasn't the only large-scale online aggression Hickland had to deal with that year. In his real life, he also found himself at the center of a campus-wide scandal involving a racist fraternity brother and an anonymous Twitter account that circulated a disturbing image of Hickland's face superimposed onto someone being lynched.

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A fraternity brother himself, Hickland — whose legal first name is David — was involved in Texas State's student judicial board, the Greek life programming board, and the Interfraternity Council's Executive Board. But in fall 2016, a young woman ended up dying at a Halloween party thrown by four on-campus fraternities, and their chapters were promptly kicked off campus.

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Both the president and vice president of the Interfraternity Council at the time were members of the fraternities-in-question, Hickland was forced to take on the role of president and was the first to hear about the disciplinary actions being taken. So, after receiving an email confirming the decision, Hickland posted a screenshot of the message to his fraternity's private Facebook page as an FYI of sorts.




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"It wasn't me trying to be an asshole or, like, pointing and laughing, because I didn't care," he says, explaining that a new brother screenshotted his post — leaving Hickland's name visible — before leaking it to a sorority sister, who ended up sending it to members of the fraternities being kicked off campus. Yet, despite only acting as the bearer of bad news, Hickland was personally targeted by anonymous troll accounts, dogged by threats, and sent a particularly vile message filled with racist and homophobic slurs from a fellow fraternity brother and student government member.

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"That whole night, my phone was blowing up, because someone gave my phone number out," Hickland recalls, mentioning that they also got his original Instagram — alongside all the photos he had of his late grandmother — deleted. "I had to do a police deposition about it, because they didn't know who was behind the account. And then that dude messaged me, and I had to go to the police to talk about that too."

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And that would've been one thing if he wasn't a public figure on-campus, "but I basically had to do this all as president, so I couldn't step down or even say anything about it."

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"They were just like, 'Take it in silence and deal with it,'" he recalls. "The president of the university never even met with me about it — she made the one Black person on her staff meet with me about it. I don't think she even sent out an email. She had a chance to stand up for students of color in a time where it was most important, and she didn't. She didn't say a fucking thing. That's not something I'll ever forget."

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This led to what Hickland refers to as one of the "darkest times" in his life — a moment when he didn't want to leave the house, drank heavily, and turned to drugs for solace.

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"I was so sad and didn't wanna do shit, but I had to. I was the face of Greek life [on-campus], so I had to take the shit thrown my way in silence and keep smiling. The only way I dealt with stuff was through these destructive habits," he says."Like, it was nice to have people of color from my school defending me and holding that dude accountable, but I still felt sad about it all. I was like, 'Why are you angry with me? I'm just doing my fucking job.'"

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And while the student who circulated those disturbing messages ended up being removed from his student government position and losing his internship, Hickland obviously still can't help but feel upset at the way this entire incident has affected his general outlook on things.

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"I guess justice was served... for him but, for me, it wasn't. I'm still getting over it. I'm still healing. I guess that's why I'm so sensitive to the hate and stuff," he reflects. "Sometimes I'll tweet and just log off and read [the replies] later, because I can't deal with it. You never know with the internet."

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In the wake of all this, Hickland began to rebuild via the @EmoBlackThot account — though it was no easy feat, especially as someone still reeling from two separate experiences that not only threatened his online persona, but his physical safety. Yet, Hickland still felt a need to support his followers and connect with the online community that had been with him from the beginning.

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At this point, we begin talking about his deeper impact upon the Twitter landscape — namely, how his brand of self-care and positivity has continued to shine through all the personal darkness. After mentioning the warmth he felt from a massive, unexpectedly positive response to his tweet about how "the existence of this account has affected you... positively or negativity," Hickland launches into a few particularly poignant anecdotes, including a recent tweet from someone expressing their gratitude for the account.


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"Someone said, 'I'll never forget when @EmoBlackThot talked me through an anxiety attack, and I can't believe they still follow my irrelevant ass. Hope you're having a good day and you're well moisturized,'" Hickland recalls, the tonal shift in his voice likely bolstered by what sounds like a small, hopeful smile on the other end of the line. "That's all I've ever wanted to do... help people."

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Thankfully, @EmoBlackThot has experienced relatively smooth sailing since its inception, which has also helped Hickland feel a little more empowered within his online persona. This begs the question, following Hickland's reveal: what's next for him?

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In the immediate future, Hickland plans to take some time off for himself to "detox." Once he comes back to the timeline, he hopes to begin expressing himself through different creative outlets, whether it be singing, acting, or expanding his reach into the beauty influencer sphere. After all, Hickland notably did competitive theater for seven years and had long dreamt of becoming a film actor, but felt like he had to give it up while in his fraternity.

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In the vein of "getting back into all of the dreams I gave up and put to the side when I graduated high school," Hickland also says he "wants to get into music eventually, but I want to go through K-pop style training." And though he's half-joking about the latter, his musical ambitions are obvious, as he makes it clear that he'd also like to follow in the footsteps of every man in his family and DJ. "[I have]an entire playlist of songs I wanna sample and interpolate in my own music," he says."I don't want to half-ass it."

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Given his skincare obsession (he spends a good 10 minutes walking me through his ever-evolving routine, which he keeps tabs on in his Notes app), Hickland says he'd love to work with some brands in the space, maybe even on a collaboration. His ideal career trajectory looks a little like Rihanna's — "someone who dabbles in everything, a jack-of-all-trades," he says. "I just want to continue off the foundation and brand I've built with that account and build on it as myself. As Isaiah. No more secrets."

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But Hickland's inherent ability to truly, deeply connect with his audience (even if he only has 280 characters) makes it seem like he won't have a problem segueing into a more far-spanning career by leaning into his capabilities as a natural performer. Now, it's just a matter of doing it publicly.

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"This makes me think that the universe is saying, 'People will love you if you're just open and honest,'" he says. "My tarot reader was like, 'You just need to be fucking honest. Everything you want requires — and this is not optional — you to reveal yourself, take accountability, and keep pushing.'"

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Hickland's determined to take this advice to heart as he forges his path forward. But before all that can happen, he says that he wants to, once again, reiterate one point above all.

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"This is me saying that I'm sorry to everyone I lied to — everyone I hurt and everyone angry with me for my actions," he concludes. "I fucked up, and I take full accountability for that. [But] now I want to move forward with my life, leave 'EmoBlackThot' in the past forever, and move on as myself. As Isaiah Hickland."


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Creative Direction: Isaiah Hickland
Styling:
Farren Andrea
Pants: Iceberg
Top: Misbhv

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Welcome to "Internet Explorer," a column by Sandra Song about everything Internet. From meme histories to joke format explainers to collections of some of Twitter's finest roasts, "Internet Explorer" is here to keep you up-to-date with the web's current obsessions — no matter how nonsensical or nihilistic.

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*Update (10/11): It was commonly understood by many of @EmoBlackThot's followers that Isaiah Hickland's alias Nicole was a Black woman.



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Arca is a magnetic performer, at one moment skittering across stage coyly meowing atop horse-light stilts and in the next barreling through a crowd, bathing herself in red spray paint. Having produced for the likes of Kanye West, FKA Twigs, and Bj?rk early on in her career, she has also built a body of solo work across three studio albums that has consistently challenged our existing understanding of music. Over the years, Arca has evolved from just ad-libbing with DJ sets to producing increasingly more elaborate stage shows that blend theater with technology and unapologetically queer intentions. She is nothing short of an absolute force.

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Related | The Set Designer Behind Arca's Hedonistic Car Crash Performance

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Mutant;Faith, Arca's recent four-night New York residency at The Shed, in many ways felt like a culmination of her artistic genesis. Each night of the run was its own bespoke show, eschewing a traditional setlist in favor of a more free form, improvisational format with a stage specifically designed for experimentation.

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Divided into roughly five interconnected sections on stage, the first night, "Gestation," saw Arca introduce the various tools at her disposal, many of which were customized specifically for Mutant;Faith. There was a 9-foot stripper pole that could be danced on and played like a synthesizer, a baby grand piano hooked up so that it could be looped on the fly, a set of acrobatics rings rigged in a similar manner as the pole, a mechanical bull decorated with bows and hair extensions, a station for Arca to produce songs in real time using Ableton, and a dirt-covered stage at the center of it all.

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Excitedly working her way around this playground, Arca took the beginning of her residency to explore the full capabilities of each attraction, pulling out long earsplitting drones, tenderly crooned lullabies, and picked-apart beats from all of the tools at her disposal.

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If anyone came to Mutant;Faith's premiere night with hopes of hearing Arca's studio hits, they would have likely walked away feeling unsatisfied. It was an exercise of patience and self-indulgence, watching Arca do exactly as she pleased for hours on end. Stripped of our phones, time dilated in strange ways that made it seem as if minutes were being stretched into hours and hours collapsed into minutes. Each night began with the audience staring into the dark, as an ambient score of birds chirping, knives scraping, and disembodied death metal vocals filled the room with no clear way to tell how long this had been going on. Severed from anything connecting us to the outside world, Arca held our complete, undivided attention in the palm of her hand.

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Night two, titled "Aftercare," saw Arca perform three cuts off her self-titled album, "Piel," "Reverie," and "Desafio," respectively, before premiering a new pillowy pop ballad, "Time," while luxuriating atop the bull. When the track began, she expected it to be the studio cut, but went along with an instrumental, singing the material live for the first time. It sounded far from perfect, but Mutant;Faith was a show where errors became highlights.

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This informality gave the shows a sense of intimacy, as if peeking over Arca's shoulder while she was on a creative tear through her studio, calling out instructions to members of the crew that followed her gravitational orbit around the set. All costume and makeup changes happened in real time on stage, adding another dimension of transparency to the whole performance.

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One minute Daito Manabe would be running out to tweak a myoelectric sensor hooked up to her arm and the next Juan Alvear would be applying a new set of otherworldly nails, Evanie Frausto brushed Arca's wig as often as possible, but the way she performs — spinning, crashing, and terrorizing the stage — made it impossible to keep the mane in tact. Styled by Natacha Voranger, Arca wore looks from many independent designers like a blue and brown bandage dress from Gauntlett Cheng or a silver silk dress with exaggerated shoulders by Wesley Berryman. The performer/character Arca would repeatedly get stripped down and carefully rebuilt before our very eyes over the course of each show, only to be dusted with sand almost immediately afterward.


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Nights one and two both ended with Arca leading the crowd directly from her stage, out of the theater, down the street, and onto the Highline for an even more intimate hangout that further broke down any final barriers between artist and audience. One fan told her that Mutant helped him feel beautiful being HIV+, and another gifted her a custom tiara. Arca made everyone carefully listen to the sounds of a helicopter landing nearby. "Feel it through your body," she said, ever the fan of unconventional sounds and how they impact us.

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By night three, "Ripples," this informal rapport between performer and viewer had spilled over into the show itself with Arca adding elements of audience participation throughout. She invited people on stage to dance with her, share their dreams into microphones that warped their vocals to cartoonish proportions, and even play around with one of the same electronic sensors she used to control the surrounding soundscape. There was so much going on that it was almost easy to overlook the fact that Bj?rk, enveloped in a avant-garde dress that somewhat resembled a coffee filter, made a surprise appearance that same night to perform a new collaboration between the two.

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The final day of the residency was devoted to a music video shoot for the aforementioned new track, "Time," and felt like a distillation of the previous three nights' work. Over the course of five hours, each station on Arca's stage became a scene in her video. Still phoneless, the audience watched as camera operators changed lenses, makeup was touched up, and outfits were slowly changed. Still, there were dramatic moments; while shooting a scene on the pole, Arca's long spear-like fingernails got tangled in her massive extensions and were ripped out, leaving them dangling like a macabre wind chime from a single finger. It wasn't until the director yelled cut that the pain would register across Arca's face as crew members rushed in to tend to the eviscerated nail bed.

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As the session moved along, the piped in audio of "Time" would in turn be replaced by freestyle sonic collages of dembow rhythms spliced with the sounds of glass shattering, bombs exploding, and garbled YouTube audio rips from Total Freedom, who throughout the whole performance series was never too far from a pair of CDJs. "Just shred something," Arca frequently invited all four days. As the shoot winded down, the energy in the room was deftly transmuted into an impromptu dance party with members of the audience gleefully being whisked onstage to dance with an actor dressed as a devil who had minutes before been passionately making out with Arca on camera.

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At last the distinction of performance had been dissolved; the audience and Arca had finally come to meet each other on the same level (or as close as security would let that be). Across four days of performances, Arca had worked to break down her process, her inner machinations, bring others into her world, get them to inhabit that space, and feed off one another's energy until the relationship between the two felt symbiotic.

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As the audience dispersed each night of Mutant;Faith, critical rumblings inevitably arose. Everyone had their own specific qualms — it dragged on too long, it didn't commit enough to one thing or another — but whether they said it outright or not, their polarized takes betrayed the fact that the performance had made an impact on them. Today, the onslaught of spectacle too often gives way to fatigued apathy, and so merit is deserved for an artist who is able to construct a product that falls outside the tidy binary of "good" and "bad."


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A once-in-a-generation talent, Arca pushes us to reexamine our relationship to these false binaries — to pry at the edges of the boxes we had unwittingly cozied up inside and dare to look beyond them. There are maybe a handful of artists at best that could mount a show of the same scale and scope as Mutant;Faith, and even fewer that could actually pull it off. Arca has a clear vision for where she wants to go, but her vision is broad and malleable enough to allow other artists, each with their own distinctive point of view, into the fold. Arca is charging forward, but she's not doing it alone.

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Mutant;Faith is a manifesto in progress — ever-evolving, adjusting, dissecting, and reconstructing a mode of performance that is by design ephemeral with lasting implications. The show was held together by delicious contradictions that left those who were lucky enough to bear witness irrevocably transformed and ultimately haunted.

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Arca, Mutant;Faith. September 27, 2019. Photos: Ahad Subzwari/Annie Forrest. Courtesy of The Shed.

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FENDI is used to the bright glare of pop culture fame. The luxury Italian fashion house creates fine goods for the world's most stylish people — who sometimes also happen to be hip-hop icons and creative legends.

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Take Nicki Minaj — an innovator in every way of an entire genre of music, whose style influence comes in second only to her bars. Minaj casually name-dropped the brand on her Queen track "Chun Li," in which she channels her "bad gyal" alter ego by the same name. With one line: "Bentley tints on/Fendi prints on" and an accompanying photoshoot styled like a pin up rapper from the late 80s or 90s (think Lil Kim or Foxy Brown), Minaj highlighted Fendi's enduring influence on — and presence in — the culture.

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The instantly recognizable double F logo, seen on everyone recently from 辽宁快乐12走势图基本走势, to Kylie Jenner in a dress and matching baby-carrier, to countless Instagram It Girls and fashionistas on your explore page, was famously designed by the late Karl Lagereld "in three seconds." Those three seconds have had an outsize influence, and now Minaj has linked with the brand to create a fresh take on the classic pattern.

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A new chapter of the FF Series, appropriately titled FENDI Prints On, sees FENDI teaming up with Minaj to create a drop that has flamboyant apparel for men, women and kids alike. Minaj worked with Silvia Venturini Fendi and the design team to create a capsule collection that nods to both Minaj's bold signature style and FENDI's playful identity.

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The collection of ready-to-wear apparel — think flattering, elevated athleisure and leisurewear, calls to mind another world-renowned artist and close friend and collaborator of Minaj — self-proclaimed "martian" Lil Wayne. Futuristic glamour meets outer space in FENDI Prints On, and like the name suggests, the collection is coated in the iconic logo. Body-hugging silhouettes paired with oversized puffers and coats are a natural fit for Mina, who rocks it all in several shade of FENDI glasses that would work on the streets of downtown Manhattan, on the slopes of Aspen or chilled out by the pool in LA. The eyewear is a standout, with shapes, like an oversized aviator, bordering on eccentric with lenses large enough to reflect the hot pink and metallic silver of the collection's coats.

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The FENDI Prints On capsule collection will launch on fendi.com October 14 and will then be sold in select boutiques worldwide starting October 16, 2019.

Photography: Steven Klein

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