Wednesday, March 25, 2015

FL Studio Guru | How to Remove Vocals with FL Studio

                      I think this vocal remover tutorial is perfect for producers if done correct. Subscribe to Image-Line for more informative videos.



Just checked out this video by POUR HOMME and figured I share it. This is strictly for the true fashion heads. Do it yourself rip jeans tutorial. It's all about style and originality.



Zoe Saldana is not joining the Hollywood figures who are pushing for a Dolce & Gabbana boycott.

After the Italian designers said in a recent interview that children born through in vitro fertilization are "synthetic," celebrities such as Elton John, Ryan Murphy and Andy Cohen said they would no longer wear Dolce & Gabbana clothing. But Saldana is not holding the fashion plates' comments against them.

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"That would be the stupidest thing, if it affected my fashion choice," Saldana, who recently gave birth to twins, told E! News. "People are allowed to their own opinion. However, I wouldn't have chosen to be so public about something that's such a personal thing."

"Obviously, it caused some sensitivity, but then again, if you continue to follow the news, you see they all kinda hugged it out, so why are we making a big deal about it?" the 36-year-old Guardians of the Galaxy actress continued. 

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This is a markedly different reaction than John's, who said he "shall never wear Dolce and Gabbana ever again," and Murphy's, who said "there will be crickets going through Dolce & Gabbana stores soon."

The designers appeared on CNN last week to clarify their comments. "We love gay couples, we love gay adoption, we love everything," Stefano Gabbana said. "Domenico [Dolce] expressed his point of view."

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Did Skeme Write Iggy Azalea Rhymes ?

Rumors have been floating for some time over whether Iggy Azalea writes her own rhymes, but most recently largely were written off as means to dismiss the Aussie rapper's phenomenal rise to success. Now a Compton rapper namedSkeme has stated he's the one who wrote some of her most famous parts. Talking to Sirius XM's Sway In The Morning, Skeme was hesitant to discuss any of his ghostwriting, but the host kept pushing him as fellow-guest DJ Dramahelped to fuel the conversation with mentions Skeme had been Grammy-nominated and earned a Billboard certificate for his work. T.I. Addresses Rumors Of Ghostwriting For Iggy AzaleaSkeme dodged questions to name names initially, saying, "That's what the ghost's about." "I've got a certificate and a nice ass suit and like four or five plaques," he said, trying to keep it vague. But finally he broke when Sway kept pushing and finally came out and asked if he wrote Azalea's verses on "Fancy." "We had something to do with it, a lot of vibe, a lot of push" Skeme said. "We put trust funds up for that song." 

Saturday, March 14, 2015

The Ring Cypher - Oak, Pat G [Episode I]

Check out my bro from way way back Pat G and Oak on The Ring Cypher. Fire believe that......

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Filmed and produced by Emvision Productions and Those Film Guys in Somerville, MA.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

@FlexxTyler X Muckaniks - T.H.E.Y ft @Khadz (HD)

Check out Flexx Tyler dope video ft. Khadz. Also shout out to @SuaveastFilms for the dope visuals. Stay in loop and follow these guys. @FlexxTyler @MUCKANIKS   



‘Blurred Lines’ Jury Orders Pharrell, Robin Thicke to Pay $7.3 Million to Marvin Gaye Family

In a landmark decision for the songwriting industry, a jury in Los Angeles has ordered “Blurred Lines” songwriters Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams to pay $7.3 million to the family of Marvin Gaye for copyright infringement.
In the high-profile case, Gaye’s family had argued that the 2013 smash hit “Blurred Lines” copied their father’s 1977 song “Got to Give It Up” and sued Thicke, Williams and Clifford Harris Jr., aka T.I. The three had sought a jury determination that the song was not an infringement, and the Gaye family filed a countersuit.
“Right now, I feel free,” Marvin Gaye’s daughter, Nona Gaye, said after the verdict. “Free from … Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke’s chains and what they tried to keep on us and the lies that were told.”
The attorney for the Gaye family, Richard Busch, will also seek to halt sales of “Blurred Lines,” and said he will file official paperwork by next week.
“Blurred Lines,” nominated for record of the year at the 2013 Grammys, was No. 1 on the Billboard single charts for 10 consecutive weeks. Since it was released, “Blurred Lines” has made nearly $16.5 million, with Williams and Thicke raking in over $5 million each. Overall, the family sought more than $25 million in damages. Gaye died in 1984.
Both Thicke and Williams appeared in court during the past week to defend their case, with much of the trial featuring comparisons between the songs. Listening to the juxtaposed bass lines of the two songs in question, Williams even admitted the similarities, saying, “It sounds like you’re playing the same thing.”
Still, while testifying last week, Williams said the two songs share “feel — not infringement.”
The proceedings were perhaps most notable for the presence of Thicke, who sang and played the piano as he defended the work as original and said he was intoxicated when he gave media interviews in which he talked about Gaye’s influence on the works. He also said that he was mistaken when he claimed credit for writing part of the song.
The eight-person jury closed its full day of closed-door deliberations on Friday after hearing a week of testimony, with court resuming on Tuesday.

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