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New! Feminism Track for ‘MITM[qg]’ (en Español)

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“…. aquí parece haber esta renuencia a llamarse feminista. … “.  


Como Una Teoría: ¿Qué? El Feminismo y Las Guerras Sexuales

“…. Beyoncé diciendo: “Esa palabra puede ser muy extrema … Creo en la igualdad … Pero estoy felizmente casada. Amo a mi esposo … “y a Lady Gaga” No soy feminista; saludo a los hombres, amo a los hombres. Celebro [el] macho americano, la cerveza, los bares y los autos musculosos ”.

– Solo el 16 por ciento de las mujeres universitarias “definitivamente” se consideraban feministas.

– “No soy feminista” de Lady Gaga (anunció que se convertiría en una ministra ordenada para unir a dos ciudadanos homosexuales en matrimonio).

En la civilización occidental, el individualismo y los colectivistas desempeñan un papel importante, como resultado de la era de la guerra sexual. Las guerras sexuales y el feminismo mostraron sus rostros, durante los años 70 y 80. Enmascarados con temas de química y escatológicos parecidos a los de los afroditas, ambos sexos continuaron compitiendo por el “orgullo”, mientras exigían la liberación de la sociedad de religión. Continue reading “New! Feminism Track for ‘MITM[qg]’ (en Español)”

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FEMINISM #1 – Affect the Masses

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“…. [t]here seems to be this reluctance to be termed a feminist. ….”
 

As a Theory: What? Feminism and Sex Wars

“…. Beyoncé saying “That word can be very extreme … I do believe in equality … But I’m happily married. I love my husband…” and Lady Gaga’s “I am not a feminist – I hail men, I love men. I celebrate [the] American male and beer and bars and muscle cars”.
– Only 16 percent of college women “definitely” considered themselves to be feminists.
– Lady Gaga’s “I am not a feminist” (She announced to become an ordained minister to conjoin two gay citizens in marriage.)
 
In the Western Civilization, individualism and collectivists both play a major role, as result of the Sex War era. Sex wars and feminism showed their faces, during the 70s and 80s. Masked with aphrodite-like chemistry and scatological themes, both of the sexes continued competing for ‘pride,’ while demanding liberation the society of religion.

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Viral 2017: Lauren Ruth Releases a Tricky Dose – By Armando Vera

Lauren Ruth: An Amazing Dose of Music

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Marta Einerstam Karis Interviews with MITM (aka Quintin Goynes) – DOUBLE LENGTH FEATURE

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1. When and why did you start singing?

I started to sing in a choir at the age of 5. I have always expressed myself through music, so my mom got me into the choir as soon as I was old enough to be able to sing lyrics. Then I attended music school, called Adolf Fredriks Musikklasser, from the age of 9 until I was 15 years old.Continue reading “Marta Einerstam Karis Interviews with MITM (aka Quintin Goynes) – DOUBLE LENGTH FEATURE”

QUEEN NAIJA & WALE TEAM UP ON “BUTTERFLIES PT. 2 REMIX,” OUT TODAY

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June 29, 2020

QUEEN NAIJA & WALE TEAM UP ON
“BUTTERFLIES PT. 2 REMIX,”

Multi-Platinum artist Wale joins Queen Naija “Butterflies Pt. 2 Remix.” While Queen’s warm vocals celebrate enduring love, Wale’s verse tells a story of early infatuation flaming and then fizzling out, leaving him with the realization that he was just a side thing. Since arriving in 2006, Wale has consistently gone against the grain, releasing a series of albums that include the Billboard 200-topping The Gifted and The Album About Nothing and 2019’s Wow…That’s Crazy, which includes the No. 1 single “On Chill” ft. Jeremih.

Released in March 2020, “Butterflies Pt. 2” is the hypnotic sequel to Queen Naija’s “Butterflies,” which was one of three Platinum-certified singles from her self-titled debut EP, released in 2018 by Capitol Music Group. “Butterflies Pt. 2” landed on the biggest R&B playlists on four major platforms and has already surpassed 33 million cumulative global streams.Continue reading “QUEEN NAIJA & WALE TEAM UP ON “BUTTERFLIES PT. 2 REMIX,” OUT TODAY”

Marcus Miller: Hip-Hop King Bass


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Marcus Miller: The Allure of Bass in Hip-Hop

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As the great man told us a while back, “When the rappers started sampling, they took the four bars of those R&B records that had nothing but the groove. They stripped it down.Continue reading “Marcus Miller: Hip-Hop King Bass”

SURFACES RELEASE MUSIC VIDEO FOR “LEARN TO FLY” WITH ELTON JOHN

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SURFACES RELEASE MUSIC VIDEO FOR
“LEARN TO FLY” WITH ELTON JOHN

JUNE 25, 2020 (Los Angeles, CA) – Texas-based duo Surfaces have released an accompanying music video for their collaborative single “Learn To Fly” with legendary multi-GRAMMY Award winning Elton John, out now via 10K / Homemade Projects. Released on June 12, “Learn To Fly” accumulated over 6.4 million global combined streams within its first week. A lighthearted animated short, directed by Ivan Dixon (Childish Gambino’s “Feels Like Summer”) and produced by Sean Zwan from Studio Showoff, the “Learn to Fly” music video exhibits the same whimsical spirit of the single, depicting the musicians as singing pilots flying through the sky.Continue reading “SURFACES RELEASE MUSIC VIDEO FOR “LEARN TO FLY” WITH ELTON JOHN”

EVAN GIIA SHARES ACOUSTIC VERSION OF “FOCUS”


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June 24, 2020

EVAN GIIA SHARES ACOUSTIC VERSION OF “FOCUS”

Video Features Moving Performance By GIIA At Boston Harbor (see below)

EVAN GIIA takes her already-contemplative single “FOCUS” and cuts even closer to the bone in a new version of the track, released today by Astralwerks. “FOCUS” (Acoustic), which finds GIIA accompanied simply by guitar, marks the first time she has released an acoustic version of one of her songs.Continue reading “EVAN GIIA SHARES ACOUSTIC VERSION OF “FOCUS””

MITM[qg] Videos: MAE MULLER RELEASES “I DON’T WANT YOUR MONEY” (ACOUSTIC) AND ACCOMPANYING VIDEO TODAY

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“Unapologetic, self-assured and fiercely independent, Mae Muller is the next big British sensation.” – PAPER
June 24th, 2020 — (Hollywood, CA) — Today Mae Muller shares ‘I Don’t Want Your Money (Acoustic)’ and its accompanying video. Self-shot in isolation, the dreamlike visual plays out the lyrics to the track displayed as Mae’s thoughts, while Jimmy Napes accompanies her on the guitar. Watch the video, which premiered today on YouTube, HERE.
The original single, co-written by Muller and produced by Jimmy Napes, (Sam Smith, Khalid, Alicia Keys) showcases Muller’s stripped back vocals, sharply juxtaposed with her fierce lyrics- a distinct reminder of her status as an independent young woman. Speaking about the inspiration behind the track she explains, “I wrote ‘I Don’t Want Your Money’ just under 2 years ago now, and I’m so happy it’s finally out! I just wanted to show that there are other ways to be treated, rather than just materialistically, especially if you make your own money! I’m financially independent so you have to find other ways to impress me, I don’t need anything else apart from love and affection. Treat me with respect and we’re GOOD.”
Hailed as “a clear pop sensation in the making” by Wonderland and the “new queen” by NYLON, Muller’s music pairs self-assured lyrics with strong narratives and entwined soulful pop melodies – a style that is quickly cementing the young London-based artist as a spokeswoman of her generation. “I know what I want to say, and I know what the message is that I want to get across,” says Muller. “I want women and young girls going through hard shit to put on my songs and feel better. We’re going through this together.”
Released last month, the official “I Don’t Want Your Money” video was self-shot by Muller on her iPhone at home and directed remotely by Sophie Muller (No Doubt, Selena Gomez, Rihanna, Beyoncé). Watch it HERE.
Combined global streams of Muller’s song are approaching 70 million. “I Don’t Want Your Money” comes on the heels of her early 2020 single, “Therapist,” which landed on over 45 Spotify playlists as well as Apple Music’s A-List Pop, In My Room, Future Hits and more.
WHAT THE PRESS HAS TO SAY ABOUT MAE MULLER…
“London singer Mae Muller rules.” – The FADER
“Mae Muller’s witty and brutally honest lyrics set her apart from her peers…” – GQ
“Sound the horns because a new queen is here.” – NYLON
“A clear pop sensation in the making…” – Wonderland
“Expect an abundance of attitude…” – The Guardian

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