M.I.A. hates having her creativity controlled by her record company, so she likes to get under their skin by releasing and leaking music on social media. In that vein, she released another song on the Fly Pirates YouTube channel. This time is a a
Lucas Sorel remix of a song called “Baby”. With the release two days ago, it came with this comment:
“The song ‘Baby’ by M.I.A. is blocked and they want block the remix too. They try block we try make fly pirates hear all MIA songs. They try block again. We robbing this joint 💋”
Not sure whats’ up with her record label or what to believe. We really don’t care; all we know is that we’re excited to get another song from M.I.A. Watch the “video” and listen at the following:
A few days prior, the channel put out this dope remix of “Bad Girls” from Jaloo.
As we mentioned previously, the YouTube channel has been really prolific as of late putting out more than a dozens songs in just over a month. Just last week, a
couple remixes were released: LOAD’EM (IWOSAN remix) and Jump In (MATR1X remix). She’s also teased that she might do another tour now that she obtained a visa to the United States.
A couple days after announcing a new song and video as well as a fashion collaboration with Astrid Andersen on her
ohmni.com website, M.I.A. has just released a couple new remixes. Continue reading “M.I.A. releases new remixes of ‘LOAD ‘EM’ and ‘Jump In” on Fly Pirates YouTube channel”
As you may have heard, toward the end of Pearl Jam’s set at the Global Citizens Festival in New York’s Central Park, Beyonce joined Eddie Vedder and his acoustic guitar to cover “Redemption Song”.
Continue reading “Pearl Jam’s setlist from Global Citizens Festival 2015”
The 2015 Afropunk Festival has announced their official stage schedule and stage times for its two-day New York event at Brooklyn’s Commodore Barry Park.
Continue reading “Afropunk announces 2015 schedule and NYC lineup [UPDATED 8/22]”
Are you silly like me and like editing MP3s? I’ve used MP3 cutting software in the past to cut and fade my MP3s, that’s because I didn’t know there were ways to trim MP3s online… MP3 cutting in the cloud.
Continue reading “Cut MP3s Online: Cut, fade in/out audio files with MP3cut.net”
Anything can happen when a diverse set of people share common space as we do everyday in big cities across the country. A lot of these interactions happen on public transportation.
Continue reading “That one time when a subway performer and an angry stranger connected on a NYC subway platform”
It’s in style to hate on Iggy Izalea, so this post probably isn’t introducing anything that hasn’t already been said.
Continue reading “Iggy Azalea: Success confirms willful ignorance, cultural appropriation is okay”
I walked by this concert poster on the way to meet a friend for lunch today and it got me excited to see my third M.I.A. concert this coming Friday.
Continue reading “M.I.A. in Queens”
article on M.I.A. – the Vice’s Noisey Music piece argues how M.I.A. takes traditional imagery from South Asia, and other parts of the under-represented world, and forces it onto the world stage — to the confusion of Western journalists and sensibilities. Continue reading “Vice: M.I.A. pulls South Asia onto her world stage”
M.I.A. created a soundtrack for the Kenzo fashion show in Paris. I’ve embedded it below. Rated: Badass. Shake. Dance now.