De afgelopen paar dagen weer enkele screencaptures toegevoegd van de film en TV series van de cast!
http//: Chigago Med – Seizoen 5 captures (Torrey)
http//: Escape Plan 3 (Melise)
http//: Grey’s Anatomy – Seizoen 9 captures (Charles)
http//: Hospital Show – Seizoen 1 Captures (Sara)
http//: Muziekclips (Michael Malarkey)
http//: Same Time, Next Christmas (Charles)
http//: Tell Me A Story – seizoen 2 captures (Danielle & Paul)
http//: V-Wars – Seizoen 1 captures (Ian)
http//: Write Before Christmas (Torrey)
http//: Younger – seizoen 6 captures (Charles)
Micheal Malarkey’s nieuwe CD ‘Graveracer’ komt op 10 januari uit!
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💀 My upcoming LP ‘GRAVERACER’ is arriving to port on January 10th 2020! Preorder the record TODAY on vinyl, CD and mp3. Signed vinyl/cd available while supplies last! Video for the ‘Graveracer’ single is also OUT NOW on YouTube. LINK IN BIO. ・・・ Tickets for the Graveracer 2020 European Tour are also available NOW. Dates and cities below. See you on the road! Tickets via michaelmalarkeyoffical.com ・・・ Jan 09 UK Manchester, Deaf Institute Jan 10 UK London, Bush Hall Jan 11 FRA Paris, Cafe La Danse Jan 13 BEL Antwerp, Zappa Jan 14 HOL Amsterdam, Melkweg Jan 15 GER Cologne, Luxor Jan 17 DEN Copenhagen, Little Vega Jan 18 SWE Stockholm, Nalen Klubb Jan 19 NOR Oslo, Parkeateret Jan 21 GER Hamburg, Nochtspeicher Jan 22 GER Frankfurt, Das Bett Jan 23 GER Berlin, Bi Nuu Jan 24 POL Warsaw, Proxima Jan 25 CZE Prague, Roxy Jan 27 HUN Budapest, Durer Kert Jan 28 AUT Graz, Orpheum Jan 29 SLOV Bratislava, Randal Club Jan 31 ITA Milan, Gate Feb 01 GER Munich, Strom Feb 03 UKR Kiev, Caribbean Club Feb 05 RUS Moscow, 16 Tons Feb 06 RUS St Petersburg, The Place Feb 07 SPA Barcelona, Antiga Fabrica Estrella Damm Feb 08 SPA Madrid, Moby Dick ・・・ 📷 @ryanpernofski
Michael heeft een nieuwe nummer ‘Blood Nose’ uitgebracht. Het nummer heeft hij opgenomen in een kerk in samenwerking met Hudson Records. Ook is er een akkoestische versie van ‘Scars’ uitgebracht, klik op meer om deze te bekijken.
Micheal Malarkey heeft laten weten weer in de opnamestudio te zien voor een nieuwe muziek!
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Stoked to announce that I’m back in the studio recording my next LP! It’s only day one and we’ve already got so much gold in the can! Working with my blood fam @aawilliamsmusic & @t_dubz_bass – of course overseen by my main man @danny_keir – with @davidcglover on the dials at @teslarecording where I recorded my first EP #FeedTheFlames many moons ago. We also arrived in Sheffield the exact same day as we did on the tour last year. Full circles galore… 📷: @t_dubz_bass
Nina is met haar oude collega’s van Degrassi te zien in de muziekclip van Drake.
Drake heeft een nieuwe song op de wereld losgelaten. Maar het is vooral de videoclip die met alle aandacht gaat lopen, want Drake keert in de video terug naar Degrassi, de high school uit de serie waar hij bekend door werd. En jawel, ook de cast van de populaire serie doet mee.
I you ask actor and musician Kat Graham when she wrote “Magic,” a track off her most recent record, Love Music Funk Magic—the video for which premieres exclusively here on W—she might go all the way back to 2013. After all, that’s when she first met Prince, and though her music has spanned an astonishing breadth of genres over the course of her career, her most recent album, Love Music Funk Magic is, in many ways, the logical culmination of their work together until his death in April 2016.
A cursory scan of her discography quickly reveals the full range of musical personae Graham has inhabited, and the full breadth of sounds with which she has experimented, since she began releasing music back in 2010. (Even before that, she featured, uncredited, on a handful of will.i.am tracks in 2007; she has, after all, been making music as long as she’s been acting.) There was 2013’s Against the Wall EP, for example, on which Graham sang full-throated pop hooks over production worthy of Lady Gaga; and on 2015’s Roxbury Drive, which, fittingly, opens with a track called “1991,” on which Graham channels ’90s R&B legends with an assist from the acclaimed producer Babyface, whose credits include Boyz II Men’s “I’ll Make Love to You.”
Throughout it all, Graham remained in touch with Prince. In 2013, after a lengthy phone call with the musician—during which he suggested Graham come to Paisley Park to work together—Graham received a follow-up call from his then-manager. She was already at the airport, about to go to Mexico to celebrate her birthday with some friends. “I got on another plane,” Graham recalled over the phone recently. “I wound up spending my birthday in 2013 with Prince, in the studio.” (Prince, however, famously did not celebrate birthdays.)
They remained close, exchanging music while Graham was still balancing work on the CW’s Vampire Diaries; eventually Prince suggested she experiment with funk and disco, exploring a ’70s sonic palette. She wrote “Magic”—and more of Love Music Funk Magic—in response, shortly after he died, alongside Babyface, who co-produced the album.
“I had this moment where I said, you know, I want to do and be the kind of artist that my friend saw me as, right, and I want to make the record he wanted me to make, and do the big afros and be this powerful black women in the entertainment industry and just let them have it,” she explained. “In a lot of ways, this album was an homage to that.”
On June’s Love Music Funk Magic, Graham dives into this ’70s funk wonderland filled with moody lighting and disco balls. Each of her sonic transformations has been equally accompanied by an aesthetic one, right down to the video for “Magic,” which features Graham drenched in glitter and wrapped in fishnets, wearing pieces by the likes of Wanda Nylon, Alexandre Vauthier, and Yves Saint Laurent. (Celebrity stylist Jennifer Mazur, whose clients also include Camila Cabello, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Olivia Culpo, contributed styling.) According to Graham, it’s intended as an homage to the pages of fashion glossies, a visual ode to the heyday of Studio 54. It’s a collage of impressions in which Graham appears solo (not an intentional decision, she said, but one that reflected the song’s themes of having to “stand with yourself” and “recognize your own power”) cycling through a costume change seemingly with each flash of a strobe light.
Among all the looks in the video, however, Graham’s favorite was actually the non-look look she shot last: She’s nearly nude except for a skin of glitter shrouding her body, a beaded tiara on her head.
“It felt like the total representation of what I was trying to say and what I want women to feel when they hear this song. I want them to feel like a queen,” she said. “It felt the most raw and what I would hope would be the physical representation of a woman, empowered.” That is, covered in glitter.