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INXS 1983 publicity photo

“Bitter Tears” was a single from INXS’s seventh studio album X. The title represented the 10 years since their 1980 debut album. The Australian band became international rock stars with the release of their 1987 album Kick. They had achieved their only number-one single, “Need You Tonight” and three moreContinue Reading

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Hero The Band Deante Hitchcock Strut Screenshot

Hero The Band released the video for “Strut” featuring rapper Deante Hitchcock, who also appears in the clip. The brothers drive around Atlanta, have an outdoor church service, and hang out in front of a bank while throwing money most of the time. “Strut” is them standing in their truthContinue Reading

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Lenny Kravitz St. Gallen

Have Black media looked over Lenny Kravitz despite having Ebony, Essence, and Vibe magazine covers? Will BET ever add a rock category to their award show?  Is 50 Cent really developing a documentary about Diddy’s abuse allegations?  Related posts: Media Questions Of The Week Media Questions Of The Week KatyContinue Reading

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The Red Hot Chili Pepper Rock In Rio Madrid 2012

The Red Hot Chili Peppers covered Stevie Wonder’s “Higher Ground” for their 1989 album, Mother’s Milk. Bass player Flea said the band recorded the song as a tribute to Wonder’s influence on popular music. Their critically acclaimed version was an example of the funk metal style of the whole album.Continue Reading

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