Daily Archives: March 15, 2017

Capture The Crown Announces Break Up

Capture The Crown have announced their break up, after being a band for 7 years. Check out more info about this right HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News

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Skillet Releases Video for "Back From The Dead"

Skillet has released a new video for “Back From The Dead”. Check it HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News

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SUPERHORROR Releases New Song and Video for "Nekro-Nekro Gym"

SUPERHORROR known before as the Superhorrorfuck has gone on to change their name, as well as release a new song turned video called “Nekro-Nekro Gym”. Check it out over HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News

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Darkest Hour’s Mike says Fans Reaction to the New Music is Great, Touring Cycle Wraps Up

Darkest Hour has been a band for over 20 years, releasing nine albums under their belts, with progressive touring to keep them active and going as a whole. Guitarist Mike Schleibaum discusses their ninth album, …Read More

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Future Villains Releases New Song "Back to Hell"

Future Villains have released a new song turned single called “Back to Hell”. Give it a listen right HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News

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Dead Girls Academy Launches Merch Store!

Dead Girls Academy the new band formed by former frontman Michael Vampire of Vampires Everywhere and The Killing Lights, has launched a merchandise store. Go pick up some items over HERE. http://www.nataliezworld.com/search/label/News

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Azealia Banks Accepts Plea Deal in Security Guard Assault Case

Azealia Banks accepted a plea deal on Wednesday in an assault case stemming from a 2015 incident in which Banks allegedly bit and punched a female security guard, Page Six reports.

In December 2015, Banks was arrested outside Manhattan’s Up & Down club. After being barred from a private party that was being held at the establishment, Banks allegedly began screaming, cursing and using racial slurs towards the bouncers. The club owner reportedly recognized her and granted her entrance, but once inside she continued to berate the guards.

The female security guard attempted to remove Banks from the club, but the rapper allegedly spat at the guard and was “biting on her boob.” The rapper was arrested and charged with third-degree assault after allegedly punching the female security guard in front of the police.

Banks’ trial was slated to begin on Wednesday, but instead she pled guilty to third-degree assault in exchange for a deferred no-jail sentence. The bargain requires that the rapper complete an anger management program and avoid further trouble with the law, among other stipulations.

If she complies, the assault charge will be reduced to disorderly conduct, which is considered a violation and not a crime. If she violates the terms, she could face jail time of up to one year.

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North Mississippi Allstars Invoke "Prayer For Peace"

Cover ArtNEW YORK, March 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — North Mississippi Allstars have announced the release of their eagerly anticipated new album. PRAYER FOR PEACE arrives everywhere on Friday, June 2 via Sony Legacy.
PRAYER FOR PEACE will be available for pre-order beginning today…

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Chicago Students Thank Chance the Rapper for Million-Dollar Donation

After Chance the Rapper donated one million dollars to Chicago Public Schools earlier this month, three CPS students wrote a heartfelt “thank you” letter to the rapper via Billboard. “There are many big celebrities from Chicago, but you are one of the few that really give back,” wrote 10th graders Alex Rojas, Alondra Cerros and Annelisse Betancourt of Lake View High School. “It is evident that you sincerely care for the youth here.”

The students acknowledged Chance’s numerous contributions to Chicago Public Schools, which have struggled financially in recent years. “All of the things that you do for our city never go unnoticed,” they wrote. “All of the free concerts you host and all the time you spend here in the city really show you care. We notice it. We look up to you because the fame usually takes humility away from artists, but it hasn’t changed you.”

They also praised Chance for his work with the 2014 #SaveChicago campaign, an anti-violence movement that culminated in 42 hours without a gun-related homicide in the city. “Even though this was three years ago, the fact you had such a tremendous impact on Chicago shows how much the people of this city look up to you,” the teenagers wrote.

The Coloring Book rapper thanked the students on Twitter, promising, “the work has only just started. Huge things to come over the next 2 weeks.” Chance’s donation, which benefited the CPS Foundation “for arts and enrichment programming,” came days after his frustrating meeting with Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner to discuss state funding for the school systems.

The musician told reporters at a press conference that the donation will be made possible through ticket sales for his upcoming spring tour, including a joint effort between concert promoters and venues. 

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