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Thundercat On The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

Thundercat appeared on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert dressed as Chiaotzu from Dragonball Z to perform “Them Changes” from his latest album Drunk.

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Media Questions Of The Week

Is Justin Timberlake going to invite Janet Jackson to perform on his Superbowl Halftime Show?

Why did Fox & Friends have a Black child dressed as a watermelon?

What will be the outcome of Robert Mueller’s federal investigation into possible collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign?

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Moses Sumney Performs Plastic On Later…With Jools Holland

Moses Sumney just wrapped up the North American tour for his debut album Aromanticism. He made a trip to the BBC’s Later…With Jools Holland and performed “Plastic” with nothing but his voice and guitar. On Monday he will begin his European tour in the United Kingdom.

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Watch Living Colour Perform On Late Night With Seth Meyers

Living Colour just released their sixth studio album Shade. They made an appearance on Late Night With Seth Meyers and performed “Come On.” It is their first full-length album in eight years. Last year they released a cover of Biggie Smalls’ “Who Shot Ya” with a host of remixes. Reid states on the band’s website that,

“Shade is the sound of a band coming to terms with its shadows and light, From the blue pulpit of Robert Johnson to the mean red streets of Brooklyn to the golden lure of Hollywood, Shade is the next chapter of a unique American journey.”

Living Colour is currently on a tour of the United States.

 

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Netflix Releases She’s Gotta Have It Trailer

Netflix has released the trailer for the reboot of Spike Lee’s debut film She’s Gotta Have It. DeWanda Wise plays Nola Darling the film’s heroine which was originally brought to life by Tracy Camilla Johns. The movie has been turned into a series for Netflix. The trailer indicates that the original storyline about a financially independent Black woman in an open relationship with three men is still intact. But Darling is now using words like “polyamorous” to describe her relationships as a reflection of the language used now versus 1986. Bill Lee’s original composition opens the trailer but The Roots’ and Cody ChestnuTT’s “Seed 2.0” takes over the rest of the clip. She’s Gotta Have It will be available this Thanksgiving.

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