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[embedded content] Eve Jihan Jeffers Cooper (born November 10, 1978) better known as rap star Eve (sylized as EVƎ) She has released four studio albums, Let There Be Eve…Ruff Ryders’ First Lady (1999), Scorpion (2001), Eve-Olution (2002) and Lip Lock (2013). Eve achieved chart success with the singles, “Let Me Blow Ya Mind”, “Who’s That Girl”, “Gangsta Lovin’” and “Tambourine”. Besides solo materials, Eve earned
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Driven by a competitive hunger, MOE rhymes with verbal athleticism, undeniable charisma, and fierce individuality. Posting up nearly 10 million streams independently, and landing a high-profile placement in NBA2K20, the Orlando rapper brings an unbreakable work ethic and the spirit of competition from the court to the culture on his 2020 debut for Epic Records. He
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Kylie Frey may have had no choice but to honor country music tradition on her new Rodeo Queen EP. The six-song project leans into fiddle and steel, bulls and broncs, and heartache. The Texas Regional Radio Report chart-topper “Spur of the Moment” begins Rodeo Queen. Frey, a Louisiana native, adds her untamed vocals to an unrequited
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When the Avett Brothers released their The Third Gleam album in late August, they unintentionally met the moment. The eight-song project, recorded prior to the novel coronavirus pandemic, tackles isolation and injustice, but also resilience and love — a fortuitous choice of subject matter, given the spring and summer of quarantining and civil unrest that preceded its
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The CMT Music Awards celebrated the best in country music videos on Wednesday night. This year, the winners shared the wealth evenly: only Carrie Underwood was a repeat winner, taking home the top prize of Video of the Year and a trophy for Female Video of the Year, both for “Drinking Alone.” Jennifer Nettles also
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Garth Brooks wore a work glove on his left hand as he apologized to fans for having to postpone his Fun album preview event after an accident on his farm. The singer and his wife, fellow artist Trisha Yearwood, appeared more than a little bummed and alluded to not being able to play guitar for the Facebook
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In some respects, the Country Music Association has always done better than a lot of organizations within the “Nashville machine” at incorporating women into its mission. After all, it’s hard to imagine the CMA or the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s early years without the influence of longtime executive director Jo Walker-Meador. The
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Doug Supernaw, who made his mark in country music during the late ’80s through the late ’90s with several Top 30 hits, including “I Don’t Call Him Daddy,” announced in February of 2019 that he is battling Stage IV cancer. Unfortunately, his condition has worsened, and as a result, he is now under hospice care. Supernaw’s
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