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Nirvana’s 10 Greatest TV and Film Moments: ‘SNL’ Smooching, Muppets & Beyond

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HustleTV Entertainment  News  Today (Sept. 24) marks 25 years of NevermindNirvana’s accidentally massive album that neither the band nor its management expected to exceed 45,000 sales — that’s how many records were initially pressed. Here we are 30 million sales later, and the iconic grunge band’s second studio album lives on in pop culture, thanks in part to the commercial success of its lead single “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” which introduced grunge and alt-rock to a mainstream audience. By January 1992, Nevermind edged out Michael Jackson’s Dangerous to take the top slot on the Billboard 200 chart, and Nirvana became one of the most popular bands in the world.

Made up of lead vocalist and guitarist Kurt Cobain, bassist Krist Novoselic and drummer Dave Grohl, Nirvana’s tenure ended in 1994 with Cobain’s death. Kurt, who is often hailed as one of music’s greats alongside the likes of Bob Dylan and John Lennon, had and continues to have a cult-like following. The band’s legacy is routinely referenced in film and television, and in celebration of Nevermind’s silver anniversary, we’ve compiled 10 of their best appearances, both on the big screen and the small screen.

Saturday Night Live

One of the sketch comedy show’s biggest surprise moments came at the end of a 1992 Nirvana performance, when the band performed “Smells Like Teen Spirit” and “Territorial Pissings” as SNL’s musical guest. But they weren’t done there: in an effort to “piss off the rednecks and homophobes,” the band members french kissed live on television. SNL then refused to air the kiss on future repeats of the episode. HustleTV

Pulp Fiction

If you check out the soundtrack to 1994 cult classic Pulp Fiction, you’ll notice director Quentin Tarantino thanks Kurt Cobain, even though Nirvana’s music isn’t found in the movie itself. And on 1993’s In Utero, the band thanks Tarantino. Why? Turns out Tarantino asked Cobain to play Lance, the film’s drug dealer, which was taken on by Eric Stoltz instead (who kind of looks like Cobain anyway). Supposedly, both parties greatly admired one another and were friends.

Empire Records

1995’s record store cult film hones in on the world of vinyl, therefore it’s only appropriate that Nirvana surfaces somewhere. Look closely and you’ll spot a Nirvana tour poster from when the band toured with the Meat Puppets at the tail-end of 1993 — it’s orange and has a pirate skull face. HustleTV

Jerry Maguire

Football star Frank “Cush” Cushman (intentionally) gives what is perhaps the worst cover ever of “Something in the Way” in 1996’s Jerry Maguire. In a hotel room, Cush disrupts football business talk with a nasally, out-of-tune take on Nirvana’s darkest track off Nevermind.

Daria

Even cartoons pay homage to Nirvana. On a 1997 episode of Daria, a satirical animated comedy about high school life, Daria asks her best friend Jane if she’d like to crash cheerleader Brittany’s party. Jane responds, “Oh no, I’d much rather stay home and listen to my brother practice the opening to ‘Come As You Are.’”

 

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

In the first episode of the groovy, shagadelic Austin Powers trilogy, Seth Green — who plays Scott Evil, the son of diabolical mastermind Dr. Evil — walks into a room dressed in a blue Kurt Cobain shirt while “Smells Like Teen Spirit” plays in the background. Dr. Evil then chases Scott in a failed attempt to hug his long-lost son. It’s all super angsty. HustleTV

Moulin Rouge

In the 2001 musical film, Nirvana gets a French cabaret twist with tuxedo-clad men in top hats singing and dancing in unison to the chorus of “Smells Like Teen Spirit.” The famously fun and flamboyant medley-dance scene then gives way to burlesque waves of feathers in Fatboy Slim’s can can-inspired “Because We Can.” HustleTV

 

The Muppets

2011’s The Muppets features a barbershop quartet scene where four muppets sing in kooky harmony to “Smells Like Teen Spirit” while shaving Jack Black’s beard (and consequently butchering his haircut). Black then cries out, “You’re ruining one of the greatest songs of all time!” Maybe so, but maybe not. HustleTV

American Horror Story

The 2014 season of American Horror Story: Freak Show had a slew of covers in one of its episodes. Evan Peters (who played the lobster-handed Jimmy Darling) crooned the words to Nirvana’s “Come As You Are” (and did a rather great job), which followed Jessica Lange’s cover of David Bowie’s “Life on Mars” and Sarah Paulson’s take on Fiona Apple’s “Criminal.” According to AHS creator Ryan Murphy, the season’s music selection focused on artists who identified as feeling like freaks or outcasts.

Pan

Loads of people have covered “Smells Like Teen Spirit,” but a group of unruly pirates? Unheard of, until 2015’s take on Peter Pan. In this film, we get to see Hugh Jackman (who plays Captain Blackbeard) belting Nirvana at the helm of a pirate ship while a crowd of children below chant along. HustleTV

 

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Meet 2016 Latin Grammys Best New Artist Nominees Mon Laferte, Manuel Medrano & More

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HustleTV Music News  From Ileana Cabra’s bolero ballads and powerful vocals to Mon Laferte’s jazz/blues-inspired style to Morat’s rootsy pop-rock sound, this year’s Latin Grammy’s Best New Artist nominees are some of the most diverse and promising rising talents in the Latin music industry.

If you’re not very familiar with these names, Billboard’s got you covered. Below, find out more the Best New Artist nominees.

Morat

The story sounds like a fantasy that the members of Morat dreamed about when they were college students in Bogotá, but the fledgling band’s rootsy pop-rock sound actually pleased Paulina Rubio enough to convince the Mexican star to record one of the band’s song with them. The song, “Mi Vicio,” went to no. 1 in Spain, and marked no. 12 on the Billboard Latin Pop Airplay chart. The group subsequently signed with Universal Music Latin, releasing Sobre el Amor y sus Efectos Secundarios this past June. HustleTV

iLe

The edgy younger sister of Eduardo Cabra and René Pérez, founders of the Latin Grammy-winning band Calle 13, showed off her powerful vocals in her debut album iLevitable. Produced by Calle 13’s drummer Ismael Cancel and arranged by Cabra, the LP includes timeless boleros and ballads with a twist of Latin funk and trova folk. The Puerto Rican singer and songwriter, who was also featured on some Calle 13 tracks, previously told Billboard that she didn’t do music to get recognized, “What I like is music, and above all singing. It’s about giving everything I have and letting it go. Sharing what I am doing and enjoying it, that’s my main objective.” HustleTV

Ian Ramil 

Inspired by artists like Bob Marley and the Beatles, Brazilian singer and songwriter Ian Ramil lands not only a nomination in the Best New Artist category but also gets a nod in the Best Portuguese Rock Album category for his second studio album Derivacivilização. HustleTV

Mon Laferte

There’s no doubt that Mon Laferte is having one of the best years in her career. The Chilean singer and songwriter, whose unique vocals and powerful blues and jazz-inspired ballads with cabaret influences, is also about to headline her first U.S. Tour this fall — which kicks off Nov. 6 in Washington, D.C. HustleTV

Manuel Medrano 

Considered one of Colombia’s promising rising stars, Manuel Medrano has captivated an audience with his incomparable voice and romantic lyrics. The singer and songwriter released his debut self-titled album which includes beautiful ballads like “Una y otra vez,” “Cómo hacer para olvidarte,” and “Si pudiera.” HustleTV

 

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Kendrick Lamar Performs During The 2016 Global Citizen Festival At Central Park

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Kendrick Lamar

HustleTV Music News   A George Clinton quotable flashed across the screen before Lamar’s set that read, “Look both ways before you cross my mind.” Compton’s resident good kid became an instant Global Citizen Fest MVP with a catalog-spanning performance that catered to his “day ones” and united the crowd.

Beginning with “untitled 07” off his Billboard 200 chart-topper Untitled Unmastered, Lamar helped fans levitate off the Central Park grounds as he delivered high notes off his other No. 1 albums, 2015’s gripping set To Pimp a Butterfly and his 2012 major label debut, Good Kid, M.A.A.D. City, like “Backseat Freestyle,” “Swimming Pools (Drank),” “untitled 02,” “Don’t Kill My Vibe,” “Money Trees” and “i.” He also gave his Top Dawg Entertainment cohorts love by performing his verses off ScHoolboy Q hits “Collard Greens” and “tHat Part.” HustleTV

Kendrick Lamar performs during the 2016 Global Citizen Festival at Central Park on September 24, 2016 in New York City.

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Kendrick Lamar performs during the 2016 Global Citizen Festival at Central Park on September 24, 2016 in New York City.

To note, Lamar shied away from cursing, omitting N-words and B-words where applicable and used the Jumbotron for striking images, including a clip of former president George W. Bush tripping before his performance of “m.A.A.d. City” and a montage of Black icons like Muhammad Ali, Don King, James Brown and black children during his performance of “King Kunta.”

However, after performing the grand finale “Alright,” Lamar’s exit music was the poignant line from “Wesley’s Theory” that echoed “Every n—a is a star.”  HustleTV

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The Iconic Rock Band Metallica Performed The Most Electrifying Set At Global Citizen Fest

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HustleTV Music News  The iconic rock band Metallica performed the most electrifying set at Global Citizen Fest with live performances of their 30-year-old classic “Master of Puppets.”

With white crosses in a graveyard, haunting images of soldier silhouettes that turned into menacing skeletons with weapons as their backdrop imagery, Metallica shook the park with riveting versions of 1984’s “For Whom The Bell Tolls,” 1989’s “One,” and 1991’s “Enter Sandman.” Frontman James Hetfield then offered, “Metallica is grateful to be a part of the solution not the problem. This song goes out to those people who are like-minded and whose good intentions hopefully meet their intended destinies,” before launching into “Nothing Else Matters.”  HustleTV

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Puerto Rican Reggaeton Superstar Yandel Then Hit The Stage

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HustleTV Music News  Puerto Rican reggaeton superstar Yandel then hit the stage with with backup dancers and a medley of hip-shakers including 2015’s “Encantadora” and the 2005 Wisin y Yandel jams “Rakata” and “Mirala Bien.” Latina songstress Becky G then joined Yandel for the uniting anthem “Somos Unos (We Are One).” HustleTV 

 

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Usher Reunites With Ludacris & Lil Jon, Plus 26 More Things You Need to See From iHeartRadio Festival Day 2

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HustleTV Music News  Fans inside Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena on Saturday (Sept. 24) for the second and final night of the iHeartRadio Music Festival were treated to a superstar roster of artists that started with Britney Spears and wrapped up with Usher (and some of his oldest friends!) — with some Ariana Grande, Sting and Pitbull thrown in between for good measure.

Drake Makes the Crowd Put in ‘Work,’ Plus 21 More Things You Didn’t See From iHeartRadio Music Festival Day 1

Now that the 2016 fest is a wrap, take a look at what you might have missed from night two of #iHeartFestival:

7:48 p.m. PT: Britney Spears kicks off night 2 by getting right to work — with her 2013 hit “Work Bitch.” The pop star is clearly comfortable on a Vegas stage, with nearly three years under her belt in her Planet Hollywood residency.

8:06 p.m.: Spears surprises the crowd by bringing out G-Eazy for lead Glory single “Make Me” and the rapper’s own “Me, Myself & I,” reprising their sexy MTV VMAs performance from last month. G-Eazy didn’t have to travel too far: He performed Friday at the Life Is Beautiful Festival in Downtown Las Vegas.

Friday at the Life Is Beautiful Festival in Downtown Las Vegas. HustleTV

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Ty Dolla $ign Unleashes New Project ‘Campaign’

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HustleTV Music News  “I’m Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, or is that one and the same?,” asks a menacing, digitally altered voice at the top of Ty Dolla $ign‘s latest project Campaign, released today (Sept. 23). The speaker continues with a timely observation in light of the rampant cases of police brutality on unarmed black men, just before a second voice enters offering an Obama-esque message of hope.

“We standing strong, we moving forward, we ain’t backing down,” the voice testifies. “The time is now like no other. Tell my sisters, my brothers, love one another. Be there for each other. It’s easy to quit, say no, to turn the other cheek. Nah, we campaigning now.” HustleTV

Despite the politically charged intro, the 16-track set is Ty Dolla $ign’s personal paean to living the high live. Campaign blends club anthems (“3 Wayz” featuring Travis Scott, “??? (Where)” featuring Migos and “Campaign” featuring Future) and slow-ish jams (“Juice,” “Zaddy,” “Hello” and “R&B”) in equal parts. The project follows the West Coast innovator’s 2015 Atlantic Records debut Free TC. HustleTV

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Gucci Mane Chills With Vampires in New ‘Bling Blaww Burr’ Video:

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HustleTV Music News  Woptober is right around the corner and what better way to get ready than with a few vampires? “Local Trap God” Gucci Mane did just that in his freaky-good video for the second single off Woptober, “Bling Blaww Burr” featuring Young DolphHustleTV

 

The video features a chilled out pool party thrown by La Flare at his impressive mansion, surrounded by some curious attendees donning fangs, glowing red eyes and of course, bikinis. These undead beings definitely brought some life to the party and even took a break from drinking blood to sip some Royal Elite. HustleTV

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GRiZ’S NEW ALBUM GOOD WILL PREVAIL OUT TODAY VIA ALL GOOD RECORDS

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“If you’re looking for a good time, call GRiZ.” – Consequence of Sound
“Michigan producer GRiZ’s saxophone is like a sonic scepter,
coloring many a soundscape with a jazzy luster.” – Impose Magazine
Future-funk musician and gifted saxophonist GRiZ is thrilled to release his new album Good Will Prevail today via his own label, All Good Records. The album is available via all major online retailers and streaming services. More information can be found at mynameisgriz.com.
Good Will Prevail has received a great deal of advance praise, from Consequence of Sound noting that “Can’t Hold Me Down (ft. Tash Neal of The London Souls)” “has everything you could possibly want from a party jam: a ridiculously catchy garage-rock riff, arena-size percussion, and a chorus that begs to be played at top volume;” Billboard praising “PS GFY (ft. Cherub)” for its “beautiful blend of bright horns, up-stroke guitar, and tons of funky bass;” and Pigeons And Planes calling “Gotta Push On (ft. Brasstracks & Eric Krasno)” a “lively single that layers jazz, funk, and soul over an electronic rhythm.”
GRiZ will also embark on a massive U.S.-spanning tour this fall, which kicks off on October 1 with a sold out appearance at Morrison, CO’s famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The run includes two nights apiece at New York City’s Terminal 5 and Atlanta, GA’s Tabernacle, and one-offs at Chicago, IL’s Navy Pier Festival Hall, San Francisco, CA’s Bill Graham Civic Auditorium and many more. The full list of tour dates can be found below.
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GRiZ has been reinventing and deconstructing contemporary electronic dance music in his own image for more than half a decade, fusing elements of  funk, soul, dance, electronica and hip-hop with his own lush saxmanship.
Now, with the new Good Will Prevail, the Detroit-born, Denver-based DJ, producer and saxophonist has forged his most prophetic and explorative work thus far, expertly uniting the electric with the organic on singles like “Before I Go (Ft. Leo Napier)” and the smash, “Good Times Roll (Ft. Big Gigantic),” that made it not only onto the Good Will Prevail tracklist, but also into Apple Watch‘s popular “Surprise” TV spot. GRiZ has crafted a genuinely crowd-pleasing, groundbreaking set of future funk all his own, pulling back on EDM’s expected synthetics to showcase his unique artistry’s deepest human elements.
Born Grant Kwiecinski, GRiZ grew up in thrall to nearby Detroit’s long lineage of musical innovation, spanning funk, soul, dub, rock ‘n’ roll, and electronic dance music. He began playing alto sax in elementary school, but soon expanded his personal toolkit to include creative studio manipulation and house rockin’ DJ sets. 2011 saw the release of GRiZ’s debut album, End Of The World Party, followed in 2012 by Mad Liberation and 2013’s Rebel Era, each notable for their increasingly inventive brand of high-energy future funk. Further releases include mixtapes and a series of spectacular singles – including “A Fine Way To Die (Feat. Orlando Napier)” – that all claimed the coveted #1 spot on Hype Machine’s pivotal Popular chart.
GRiZ began work on Good Will Prevail immediately upon completing his chart-topping 2015 breakthrough Say It Loud, continuing to tinker with it all the way through the Uber ride to the mastering session.
Like its predecessor – a #1 success on the iTunes Store’s “Top Electronic Albums” chart despite also being available for free download via BitTorrent – Good Will Prevail was written during a period of intense touring. GRiZ and his crew recorded on the move in studios across the country, from his Colorado bedroom to a house overlooking the Hollywood Hills, from Detroit’s famed Tempermill Studios to a patio in Northern Michigan, live onstage at Detroit’s Masonic Temple to half a dozen stops in New Orleans.
An inveterate collaborator, GRiZ is joined on Good Will Prevail by a number of stellar featured guests, including Cory EnemySunsquabiArtifakts, and Cherub. GRiZ’s insatiable passion for blues and roots music is represented by partnerships with soul shouter/pianist Leo Napier (on the fiery first single, “Before I Go“), R&B singer/guitarist Son Little (“Driftin‘”) and GRAMMY® Award-winning guitarist Eric Krasno (album opener “Wicked” and “Gotta Push On,” which also features Brasstracks).
Good Will Prevail is indeed fit to burst with visionary production and new-fashioned sonic approaches. Throughout the album, GRiZ focuses on the core musicality of his distinctly original line of attack, favoring complex chord patterns over the minor blues scale featured in so much modern EDM.
The multi-talented DJ/artist has proven one of the most popular live acts in recent memory, blowing away sold out houses at top venues in major markets across America as well as festivals including CoachellaBonnarooLollapaloozaOutside LandsSummer CampElectric ForestShambhalaHARD Los AngelesHoly Ship!!!, and Electric ZooMoonrise FestivalSummer Meltdown, and Dancefestopia 2016.
While his “mom’s proudest moment” is the recent debut of Native Roots and RootCellar Genetics’ spectacular GRiZ Kush cannabis strain, the man himself is markedly gratified by the continued love and effort of his fervent street team and fan community, The Liberators. For GRiZ, the interpersonal creativity and artistic interactivity which drives Good Will Prevail extends from his fellow musicians all the way out to the last rows on his ever-growing audience.
Remarkable in its range, striking in its immediacy, Good Will Prevail furthers GRiZ’s breakneck ascent to that next level, pushing the limits of his own original sound while also renovating notions of what a multi-platform, genre-blurring artist can be in the modern era. In the short term, this most contemporary of musicians intends to simply continue on his current path, expanding his musical knowledge and creative range, always forcing the funk forward. One thing is certain: GRiZ will prevail. HustleTV
Good Will Prevail tracklist:
1. Wicked (ft. Eric Krasno)
3. My Friends and I (ft. Prob Cause)
4. I Don’t Mind (ft. SunSquabi, Artifakts & iDa Hawk)
6. Feelin’ Fine
8. What We’ve Become (ft. Cory Enemy & Nat Dunn)
9. If There Ever Comes A Day (ft. Eli ‘Paperboy’ Reed & Louis Futon)
10. Rather Be Free (ft. Muzzy Bearr)
13. Driftin’ (ft. Son Little)
GRiZ tour dates:
10/1 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO
10/5 – The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT *
10/6 – Revolution Center – Garden City, ID *
10/7 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR *
10/11 – McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR *
10/12 – Arcata Theatre – Arcata, CA *
10/13 – Fremont Theater – San Luis Obispo, CA *
10/14 – Shrine Expo Hall – Los Angeles, CA &
10/15 – SOMA – San Diego, CA *
10/16 – Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ *
10/19 – Emo’s Austin – Austin, TX *
10/20 – White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX *
10/21 – Mardi Gras World – New Orleans, LA *
10/22 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA ^
10/23 – Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA ^
10/26 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN ^
10/27 – Minglewood Hall – Memphis, TN ^
10/29 – Omar Shrine Temple – Mt. Pleasant, SC ^
11/2 – State Theatre – Portland, ME ^
11/3 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY ^
11/4 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY ^
11/5 – The Fillmore – Philadelphia, PA ^
11/6 – Boston, MA – House of Blues ^
11/9 – Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA ^
11/10 – Express Live! – Columbus, OH ^
11/11 – Egyptian Room at Old National Centre – Indianapolis, IN %
11/12 – Navy Pier Festival Hall – Chicago, IL
11/15 – Bogarts – Cincinnati, OH %
11/16 – Mercury Ballroom – Louisville, KY %
11/17 – The Pageant – St. Louis, MO %
11/19 – Myth – St. Paul, MN %
11/22 – Knitting Factory – Spokane, WA %
11/26 – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – San Francisco, CA $
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HustleTV & DJ Hustle Wednesday’s Twist Quick Mix

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HustleTV Music News….  DJ Hustle aka Hot Hands has put new music in the mix.  Hustle is on the  turntables giving you Hustle Nation Mix Tape series. DJ Hustle is in this mix on HustleTV.

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Rihanna ft Calvin Harris – We Found Love (Drew Pierce Edit)
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Usher ft Juicy J – I Don’t Mind (Mike D Mix / Clean)
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Ty Dolla $ign ft Future & Rae Sremmurd – Blase (Fuseamania Frankenstein Edit / Clean)
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Lil’ Wayne – No Worries (Clean-Diggz Hooks Only Edit) – 7A
05:15
Ice Cube – Friday (Whiskey Dicks Bootleg) (Bedtime Edit)
06:25
Fetty Wap – My Way (Play-N-Skillz Remix / Clean)
07:42
Drake – Hotline Bling (DJ KIRILLICH Remix)
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DJ Felli Fel Ft. Cee-Lo, Pitbull, & Juicy J – Have Some Fun (Clean / Intro)
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Chris Brown – Only (Noodles Remix / Clean)
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Chris Brown – Only (Noodles Remix / Clean)
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ACAPELLA LOOP – Put Your Hands Up (Lil Jon Clap Loop) (Clean)
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Fifth Harmony feat. Kid Ink – Worth It (Amice Remix / Clean)
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Pitbull Ft. Marc Anthony – Rain Over Me (CLEAN- Intro)
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Kevin Spacey Star in Tom Odell’s ‘Here I Am’ Video

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HustleTV Entertainment  News Back in June, English singer-songwriter Tom Odell  released his sophomore effort Wrong Crowd, which followed his 2013 breakout debut Long Way Down. Now, Odell has delivered a new visual for one of the album’s tracks, “Here I Am.”

The video features a confused Kevin Spacey, as it sees the actor stuck in the same moment for nearly four minutes. The video shows the House of Cards star running up flights of stairs on a loop, encountering a variety of characters along the way but always reaching the same result — or lack thereof. As he continuously approaches a doorway with colorful lights flooding from within, it always closes before he can step inside.

On Sunday, Odell tweeted a photo of the song’s bridge, which repeats the singular line — “I’m going out of my head here darling” —  and it’s safe to say Spacey was too. HustleTV

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HUSTLETV IS YOUR NEWS, ENTERTAINMENT, MUSIC & FASHION WEBSITE. We Provide You With The Latest News

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HustleTV Entertainment News….   HUSTLETV IS YOUR NEWS, ENTERTAINMENT, MUSIC & FASHION WEBSITE. We Provide You With The Latest News. HustleTV  

*As any successful executive in entertainment will tell you, “when you have the streets connected and endorsing your product, your chances for success increase immeasurably.”
That is exactly what is happening with the “new man on the streets” simply known as “DJ Hustle .”
Born and raised in Watts, California … DJ Hustle and his new “HustleTV” have quietly become one of the hottest platforms for entertainers and sports figures to get their real, uncut
interviews aired to the youthful viewers and to Hip Hop audiences worldwide.

Starting off as a DJ performing at major venues across the country, DJ Hustle decided to branch out and formed “Hustle TV” in 2006 with the show being aired via the Time Warner Cable system.
Within a one year time period, “Hustle TV” had caught on with the Hip Hop audience nationwide, while DJ Hustle’s rapport with the various Rap music stars and sports figures enabled him to secure the “street level, uncut interviews” the artist themselves preferred and that the viewers so desperately wanted to see.
As DJ Hustle’s grind in the streets took his platform to new heights, the success of Hustle TV motivated him to reach even further and he started to lay the foundation for building a “street edged” one hour cable TV show for Hustle TV that would focus on “controversial street figures and business people.” HustleTV

 

 

 

 

 

 

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LIL WAYNE TO BIRDMAN I Never Signed Off On SETTING TYGA

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HustleTV Music News….  Lil Wayne has fresh beef with Birdman for letting Tyga  — one of Wayne’s artists — out of his contract without even the slightest discussion.

Sources close to Wayne tell TMZ, the rapper is fuming after Tyga was cut loose, opening the door for him to sign a new deal with Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music. Problem is … he was on Young Money, where Weezy’s a founding partner and 49% owner.

Even though Birdman owns a majority stake, we’re told Wayne feels his John Hancock was necessary to seal the deal, and had he been consulted … he would have vetoed it anyway. HustleTV

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Ariana Grande Raps on Remixed ‘Knew Better Part 2

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HustleTV Music News…. Ariana Grande  shared a new remix of her Dangerous Woman track “Knew Better/Forever Boys” on Thursday (Sept. 15) that’s complete with a rap breakdown from the pop star, calling it “Knew Better Part 2.”

The new version picks up the tempo and builds off the original’s early melody, while adding some extra bass to make it a nice club-ready package. And then there’s the rapping… HustleTV

“And I ain’t even worry about it this time/ I know he gonna be the one to treat me just right/ Never had a motherfucker this tight/ So, baby, this is what your soul mate look like/ I look good, right?” Grande smoothly flows at a breakdown about halfway through.  HustleTV 

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Mac Miller & Anderson .Paak Find the ‘Dang!’ Groove on ‘The Late Show’

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HustleTV Music News…. Mac Miller celebrated the release of his new album, The Divine Feminine, a day early on Thursday night (Sept. 15) when he threw down on The Late Show stage with pal Anderson . Paak . The pair teamed up with host Stephen Colbert’s house band, Jon Baptiste & Stay Human, for a funky, silky take on the album’s lead single, “Dang!,” with both men joyously stepping to the song’s subtle, jazzy groove. HustleTV

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JoJo Craves ‘Mad Love’ on Forthcoming Album’s Title Track

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HustleTV Music News….  JoJo pours her heart out on her new single “Mad Love.” The 25-year-old songstress, who will (finally) be releasing a new album titled Mad Love via Atlantic Records on Oct. 14, belts about an intense relationship she can’t let go of.

“You give me mad love/How far can we go? Nobody knows,” she sings. “You give me bad love/But I’ll take what I get, I’m starvin’ for it/Like I’ve never had love.”

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JoJo broke down the song’s meaning in an interview with Vogue, saying, “In the beginning of the year, when I started on this album, I got into the studio while at the end of this relationship that I wasn’t really able to let go of, and “Mad Love” is a product of talking about that. Sometimes the emotions are so strong that you stay in it because it’s so exhilarating.” HustleTV

The LP’s title track follows her Wiz Khalifa collaboration “Fuck Apologies.” Her third studio set, the follow-up to 2006’s The High Road,, comes after years of her being stuck in label limbo, dotted with two mixtapes and a pair of EPs that dropped in 2014 and 2015. HustleTV

 

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Saturday Morning Quick Mix From HustleTV & DJ Hustle

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HustleTV Music News….  DJ Hustle aka Hot Hands has put new music in the mix.  Hustle is on the  turntables giving you Hustle Nation Mix Tape series. DJ Hustle is in this mix on HustleTV.

00:00
Rihanna ft Calvin Harris – We Found Love (Drew Pierce Edit)
00:55
Usher ft Juicy J – I Don’t Mind (Mike D Mix / Clean)
02:20
Ty Dolla $ign ft Future & Rae Sremmurd – Blase (Fuseamania Frankenstein Edit / Clean)
03:48
Lil’ Wayne – No Worries (Clean-Diggz Hooks Only Edit) – 7A
05:15
Ice Cube – Friday (Whiskey Dicks Bootleg) (Bedtime Edit)
06:25
Fetty Wap – My Way (Play-N-Skillz Remix / Clean)
07:42
Drake – Hotline Bling (DJ KIRILLICH Remix)
08:47
DJ Felli Fel Ft. Cee-Lo, Pitbull, & Juicy J – Have Some Fun (Clean / Intro)
09:59
Chris Brown – Only (Noodles Remix / Clean)
11:22
Chris Brown – Only (Noodles Remix / Clean)
11:34
ACAPELLA LOOP – Put Your Hands Up (Lil Jon Clap Loop) (Clean)
12:01
Fifth Harmony feat. Kid Ink – Worth It (Amice Remix / Clean)
13:05
Pitbull Ft. Marc Anthony – Rain Over Me (CLEAN- Intro)
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Morning Quick Mix From HustleTV & DJ Hustle

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HustleTV Music News….  DJ Hustle aka Hot Hands has put new music in the mix.  Hustle is on the  turntables giving you Hustle Nation Mix Tape series. DJ Hustle is in this mix on HustleTV.

 

Ariana Grande – Greedy
06:33
David Guetta Ft. Zara Larsson – This One’s For You (Intro)
08:04
Jason Derulo – Kiss The Sky (Intro)
09:51
Lil Jon ft Yandel & Becky G – Take It Off (Moombahton / Spanglish / Clean) – 12A
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Lil Jon ft Yandel & Becky G – Take It Off (Moombahton / Spanglish / Clean) – 12A
11:28
Bel Biv Devoe x Kideva – Poison (OG intro to That Girl Transition 112-123 / Clean)
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