Daily Archives: December 7, 2018

Ice Cube Releases Everythangs Corrupt

Ice Cube’s long-awaited Everythangs Corrupt is out and it is full of fire and commentary on America’s love of money. The 16-song album has one feature from Too Short and it is the first full-length effort since I Am The West that came out in 2010. Everythangs Corrupt was originally scheduled for a 2015 release date. Ice Cube starting sharing music from the album with the title track in 2012. The timing of the release today is on time with all the political tensions in the country which is reflected in the second single “Arrest The President.” 




Listen: Moonchild-Get To Know It


Moonchild starts the winter with a dreamy new song called “Get To Know It.”  Amber Navran’s effervescent vocals float above the rhythm and together the sound is consistent with their toasty aura. The band released their sophomore album, Voyager in 2017. They are currently back on tour as the opening act for The Internet. 


Lee Daniels Produced PIMP Starring Keke Palmer Available On Digital Platforms

Keke Palmer’s new film PIMP is available on various digital platforms after having a limited release in theaters. Lee Daniels executive produced the movie and Palmer stars as a lesbian pimp named Wednesday who is struggling to get out of the life. DMX and Aunjanue Ellis are also cast in the film that takes place in the Bronx. Palmer told Entertainment Weekly that she has been interested in the project since she was 18: 

“I heard about this project when I was coming out of doing a lot of kid work, I’d just turned 18, I’d been working a lot with Nickelodeon and Disney Channel, and I really was looking for some cool, interesting projects that could give me the opportunity to show different female characters. I wanted to do something different and give a voice to a character that really doesn’t often get a voice. I came across this script and I loved it, and I thought it was going to be challenging, so I immediately wanted to try and get an audition. I couldn’t get one because they said they weren’t really sure it was something that would be a good fit for me. So, I went to my old neighborhood and a created a documentary-style acting tape, and I sent it in, and that’s why I got the role.”

PIMP is streaming on Youtube, Google Play, Amazon Video, Vudu, Redbox On Demand, Microsoft Movies & TV, Sony Playstation and iTunes. Cable providers Comcast, Charter/Time Warner and Cox are also offering PIMP in their programming.