Music guests The Roots and Bilal give a powerful performance of “It Ain’t Fair” from the soundtrack of the film “Detroit.”
#somethingaboutnothing is back again with another installment. This time we bring to you Vol. 4. The same things apply that went on with the previous tapes, a great collection of music. Nothing much more to say than just enjoy the mix.
If any one is interested in a physical copy of the mixtape, just holler at us with the many ways you can reach us thru social media. Let us know what you think of the mix in the comment section below, and again enjoy!!!
Man o man have I been sleeping on PBS.
Although the Public Broadcasting Station(PBS) is known for such shows as, Sesame Street and Downtown Abbey, they have had plenty of amazing quality content. For example 2015’s The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution and many many more.
Being the longest running PBS show, The Open Mind, has had hundreds of guest. With the likes of Martin Luther King Jr., Malcom X, Aloe Blacc and JB Smoove. Hosted by Alexander Heffner, grandson of the creator of the show Richard Heffner, 9th Wonder was recently a guest on the show.
During 9th’s time on the show he spoke of many topics. He talks about History in Hip Hop, Harvard archive, Kendrick Lamar, Jay-Z and more. The entire show runs for about a good 30 minutes, but is worth the time. You guys should really watch. Check it out and let us know what you guys think in the comment section below.
J. Balvin ft. Willy William – “Mi Gente”
Here at Something About Nothing we are open to all types of things. We are not on the up and up on the Latin music market, but I just happen to come across this song. From the start, this song is just plain catchy. Whatever sound that is in the beginning gets stuck in your head and trust me it is very hard to get out. I may not know what they are saying, but at this point I don’t care because I am already dancing and lost in the music.
So for this Just Listen post I want you guys to turn your volume all the way up and get dancing. You can watch the video down below. Also let us know what you thing in the comment section below.
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My fav song off the album, Chronology, by Chronixx. With a backdrop of a beautiful city, Chronixx delivers his lyrics about how we as a society are all about “likes”. It’s not just for the love of something that we do things, we do it to see how many likes we can get and if what we did can go “viral”.
The song makes you sit back and think, is this really what we have become? Check out the video below and let us know what you think. Remember, do it for the love and not for the likes.
What happens when you make music with random things you can find? I tell you, you get an amazing rendition of “Come Down” by Anderson .Paak. The company go90 got together with .Paak and Kurt Hugo Schneider and made a nice remix of Anderson’s hit “Come Down” using random things they could find. Scissors, hands, and a flashlight just to name a few, are some of the “instruments” that are used in the making of the song. Of course there is a bass and a kick drum, but the duo also used a zipper on a sweatshirt. Just plain genius.
Check out the video below. Enjoy how the song is remixed and let us know what you think in the comment section below.
First off, Thank you Netflix.
The first trailer for Stranger Things 2 is here. It’s 1984 and the citizens of Hawkins, Indiana are still in shock from the horrors of the Demogorgon and the secrets of Hawkins Lab. Will Byers has been rescued from the Upside Down but a bigger, sinister entity still threatens those who survived.
Set to Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” the trailer shows a handful of supernatural events that are still causing havoc all over the town of Hawkins, Indiana, despite the group already taking down the Demogorgon at the end of season 1. With the trailer not giving away too much information, we’ll have to wait and see what kind of surprises the squad is in for.
Check out the trailer down below and let us know what you think of the trailer.