Big Sean brings us his full verse to Rick Ross’ "Sanctified,” after being featured on the cut with fellow G.O.O.D Music partner and founder, Kanye West. The original song is track no. 14 on Ross’ sixth studio album, Mastermind, which was released Monday, March 3rd. Here, Sean, who is currently working on his third studio album, expands on his hook taken from the original, which was also produced by West, Mike Dean, and DJ Mustard. Check out the audio below!
Saturday nights at Webster Hall are Brite Nites, and Brite Nites are not just your run of the mill dance parties. Brite Nites are not just a horse of a different color, but every color of the rainbow in stunning, vibrant clarity and set to the sounds of electronic dance music's best and brightest. This past Saturday, Webster Hall played host to GTA's Death To Genres Tour, the tour's name a fitting motto for the anything goes attitude that both the headlining duo and supporting act, What So Not, rocked all night long.
We here at Joonbug.com, know just how creative our readers are, so we proudly present you with these DIY tips to prepare you costume this coming Mardi Gras!
LOOK ONE : A CINDERELLA STORY
Supplies: tulle or sheer fabric, fabric scissors, ribbon, black fabric paint, saran wrap, tape and the template. Most of which can be found in the house or from your local craft store!
Friday, January 24th
Phonic Fridays at ZEPPELIN this weekend with DC's third serving of trance mastery, this time from the young yet immensely talented Ben Gold, a name quickly climbing its way to the top with the likes of Armin Van Buuren and Above & Beyond. If you haven't had a chance to catch any of the phenomenal acts in this year's Phonic Fridays series yet, Ben Gold will be the show that keeps you coming back week after week, hunting for another night of musical perfection. Tickets are still available online for $15, and they are well worth it.
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1. Kanye West - New Slaves
2. Arcade Fire - Afterlife
The backlash surrounding Thicke's summer hit has nearly made people forget how big of a hit the record was. As unfortunate as some of the lyrics may have been to some, the record was a bonafide smash and you could not avoid the record if you tried during Summer 2013.
The countdown to 2014 has officially begun, with only a few remaining days left of 2013. Before we ring in the New Year, we needed to look back at the most mindblowing, memorable, shocking pop culture stories that shaped 2013. We narrowed it down to five pop culture icons of 2013 who's made the biggest impressions in this past year, alone. Some celebrities who made it on our list won't come as a big shocker to most, as their careers alone spoke volumes of their achievements, but you'll still be surprised at who made our list.
Our number five spot goes to Prince George, not Kate Middleton, although she does deserve immense credit for giving birth to our fifth pop culture icon. The birth of Prince George was followed closely by tabloids everywhere, ever since he was only a fetus in Kate's womb. The anticipation for his birth was conveyed almost symbolically, as many mirrored Prince William and Kate's firstborn son to Princess Diana's own birth of her two sons. It was like watching history repeat itself, as many were clearly nostalgic over Princess Diana's own looming iconic status within the royal family. Born July 22, 2013, Prince George Alexander Louis was the apple of the entire nation's eye, as well as being welcomed by world news reporters everywhere. He was born at St. Mary's Hospital in London where Princess Diana also gave birth to Prince William and Prince Harry.
2013 saw thousands of music video’s released, some traditional, some abstract, and some short-film, and with many lists selecting video’s based on views and chart position, we ignore all that and select our Top 20 based on quality. Joonbug’s list mixes genres and exposes some of the best video’s that have gone under the radar, along with the undeniable clips of the year. Check out our list below, and see if you enjoy them as much as we did.
The video for the first single from the second Blood Orange album, makes the list not so much for its technical prowess, but more for the story within the video. Dev Hynes’ took a trip to Guyana to meet his grandfather for the first time, and the meeting was encapsulated in the minimal clip. Dev’s dance moves within the video also make the clip likeable, and would set up what would be a great year musically for him.