I'm not too certain "birth and death" theory still holds true. Call it what you will: a law of opposites, a cosmic chain reaction, every culture, and ethnicity has their own definable term. For J.I.D and his inclusion on the hotly-anticipated Revenge of the Dreamers 3, he simply wasn't meant to play a starring role. If you dig deep enough within the short history of the Twitter thread, you'll find a few anecdotes worthy of closer inspection.
For starters, J.I.D is in no mood to playfight with Internet trolls. Secondly, J.I.D was nevertheless in a giving mood, offering his followers tons of insight into future plans leading up to next year. With regards to his presence on Dreamville's ROTD3 project, he openly admits, "I'm barely on the project, I don't care lol." Big loss for sure, but you'd have to think everyone's suffered the same fate, given the high turnout during reported throughout the recording process in ATL.
Within the space of an hour, J.I.D made another startling revelation, this time concerning his rumored project with legendary producer No I.D. As the following clearly denotes, J.I.D has every intention of fulfilling that promise, with all due respect to his fans, and himself most importantly. On that note, No I.D. is a legend in the game, so if anyone's going the completion of that joint project, it's going be a youthful J.I.D living out his childhood dreams. Keep it locked for additional updates in the coming months.
Aaron Paul Shines Through In Official Trailer For "Westworld" Season 3
“Westworld” Season 3 is set to debut in 2020 with Kid Cudi, Aaron Paul and Lena Waithe added to the cast.
Right before HBO aired the final chapter in the Game of Thrones saga, the trailer for Westworld’s upcoming season flashed before our eyes, a first look at the character drawn up for Aaron Paul. Season 3’s trailer will inevitably fall short of assuaging any leftover GOT fans reeling from the immediacy of their loss, or worse yet – a loss of consciousness resulting in a sick note from the doctor, who his or herself is reeling from the same condition. Sounds like a real bummer, doesn’t it?
Not so fast. If anything’s going to cure the GOT hangover it’s going to be a surrogate program like Westworld, and what better way to kick things off than with a revamped cast going into Season 3. At about the 1-minute mark of the new Westworld trailer, Aaron Paul makes his first official appearance in a WW uniform, with Pink Floyd playing over the narration.
Aaron Paul isn’t alone in joining the cast this go-around. Kid Cudi is the other notable addition, joining what was already seen as fairly “stacked roster” for the silver screen. “Dolores,” the series’ protagonist portrayed by Evan Rachel Wood, appears at the tail end of the trailer, walking underneath a bridge (on the outer limits of the amusement park). Lena Waithe, who doesn’t make an appearance in the 1:40 teaser, is listed as a cast member for Season 3, as is Vincent Cassel, believe to assuming a villainous role in the story. And, get this: Marshawn Lynch is believed to be onboard the project as well. Season 3 is slated for release in 2020. Keep it locked.
50 Cent Teases 2020 Presidential Run: "No One Will Ever Dare Owe America Again"
Fofty’s campaign is clearly based on money.
For weeks, 50 Cent has been on a mission to harass anybody that owes him some money, making sure that they pay up by the next business day. His work has been taking place on Instagram for the public to engage with. Feuds with the likes of Jackie Long, Randall Emmett, Teairra Mari, and others have helped 50 Cent level up as a troll by taking on the role of “Fofty,” the debt collector. The rapper may have an even larger goal in mind because from the looks of his latest social upload, he’s interested in much more than just settling his personal feuds regarding money.
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Sharing a poster of himself with a presidential slogan, 50 Cent is ready to throw his name in the hat as one of the many hopefuls for the 2020 presidency. If Donald Trump doesn’t get re-elected, Fofty is planning to take his spot in the White House, joking about how nobody would ever dare mess with the country again. “No one will ever dare owe America again,” wrote the newfound politician as his slogan, adding more for his caption. “All debts will be paid by Monday, no more loans and no your not gonna see my taxes,” he wrote.
If you’re concerned about the financial state of the United States, vote for 50 Cent because he will make sure the country is richer than ever before. Whose name are you writing on the ballot?
Kylie Jenner Follows In Rihanna’s Footsteps, Launches "Kylie Skin"
Within a couple of hours of previewing her 2020 skincare launch, Kylie Jenner generated 172,000 in new followers.
It would be too easy for me to insinuate that Kylie Jenner’s business model plagiarizes Rihanna on a note-for-note basis. In reality, Kylie Jenner has her own agenda, and I’ll leave it at that. The only thing standing between Kylie Jenner launching her new line of skincare products and seeing a paystub is for all intents and purposes, an official disclaimer from her PR. But that’s not how the Jenner’s go about their business do they? Kylie and half-sister Kim Kardashian never opt for a press release as the first of business, because their social media outreach far outweighs anything a Publicist could possibly contribute in a lesser position.
So without further ado, KYLIE SKIN by Kylie Jenner was announced this afternoon the socialite’s personal Instagram account, by which, she’s managed to speed up to the finish line before Rihanna could unveil the “Fenty Skin” imprint she submitted to the patent bureau. KYLIE SKIN promises to be “cruelty free, vegan, gluten free, paraben and sulfate free and suitable for all skintypes, as she outlined in the titangraph she tacked onto the post. Near the bottom of her write-up she revealed two other factoid: 1. a speculative launch date of May 2022, 2. a hyperlink to a newly-minted “kylieskin” Insta page that already boasts somewhere in the region of 172,000 followers.
Donald Trump Lost $1 Billion Between 1984-1994
Like father, NOT like son.
The New York Times made a startling discovery about Donald Trump’s financial track records governing the period beginning in 1984, and ending in 1994. In fact, the tax records were provided by the President himself after many years of holding firm in his stance. Get this, Donald Trump lost a whopping $1.17 billion within that 10-year span, across several fields of entrepreneurship including real estate, entertainment, and holdings in the gambling industry.
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Donald Trump’s bankruptcy claims during that were brought to the public’s attention some time ago. So, understandably, those who’d like to see him impeached for some reason or another will have to look elsewhere for a “pressure point.” A billion+ in losses might be a blow to his reputation but not to his resolve, as steadfast as he is with his own rhetorical agenda.
“Mr. Trump appears to have lost more money than nearly any other individual American taxpayer,” the New York Times maintains. “[Trump’s] core business losses in 1990 and 1991 — more than $250 million each year — were more than double those of the nearest taxpayers in the I.R.S. information for those years.”
To make matters worse, while Donald was taking fiscal losses like no other between ’84-’94, his father Fred Trump was reporting a personal income of $50 million per year. How’s that for a friendly game of “compare and contrast.” Donald Trump has every intention of running for re-election in 2020, so help us, God.
Mike Dean Teases Big Year For G.O.O.D Music In 2020
Mike Dean is planting seeds.
This weekend, Kid Cudi shut down the Coachella stage, capping his set off with a welcome appearance by Kids See Ghosts partner Kanye West. While that in itself was enough to stir up a fervor, many wondered whether the pair would ride again in the near future. Now, sound engineer extraordinaire Mike Dean took to Instagram to stoke the flames of hype, pointing to an upcoming campaign from the G.O.O.D family at some point "next year."
Though Dean's implication suggests that G.O.O.D. will be taking a brief hiatus throughout 2019, it does seem to tease some truly massive plans for "Next Year." Of course, it's possible that he's forecasting something Coachella related, though it's equally possible that another "Surgical Summer" is in the planning stages. After all, last one saw albums from Kanye West, Pusha T, Kid Cudi, Teyana Taylor, and Nas. Given enough time, who knows what a revisitation of the process might have in store.
Do you still feel compelled to revisit the G.O.O.D Music movement? If so, who are you looking to hear?
The Mayor of Miami Doesn’t Want Ultra To Return To Its New Home Next Year
Ultra Music Festival returns to Miami in 2020 — but, where will it go? After claiming a new home on Virginia Key, music festival organizers hope to return. However, some key Miami officials don’t believe it’s a good idea.
Ultra Miami gave 2019 everything it had, with a new venue, new stages, a brand new Resistance Island concept. However, the late nights were plagued with backed up traffic and transportation. Attendees were forced to walk the bridge by the thousands after a long day of partying.
Despite the complications, Ultra’s chief of security Ray Martinez says he hopes to return to the key with a “well-oiled production.” He said, “It was a great event in a beautiful location, and we look forward to being here next year and producing — and even improving on — our event and our festival.”
Mayor Francis Suarez, City Manager Emilio Gonzalez and other admins are expected to meet with representatives to review what worked and what didn’t during the 3-day event, which brought in over 55,000 people each day.
“I think putting 50,000 people in Virginia Key is not a good idea,” Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez said Monday. “There’s only one way in and one way out. I think they need to find a better place for it.”
From Bayfront Park to Virginia Key — where will Ultra Miami end up next?
Source: Miami Herald | Photo PIKZELZ for Ultra