Members of the socially conscious collective, 1Hood Media, completed and released the soundtrack to City Theatre's production of Pipeline as written by Dominique Morisseau. All the music on the soundtrack is original - played, written, and composed by 1Hood artists.
Congratulations to our #1Hood artists for the completion and release of the Pipeline Soundtrack! You can now stream the music inspired by the play here: https://t.co/ngFfrUUqVy@thatreal_ @livefromthe7ity @B_Chantele @JM_ThePoet @JacqueaMae @Leighh_Music @City_Theatre pic.twitter.com/BZnWopyfQJ— 1Hood (@1hood) November 3, 2018
Tonight at their concert at Stage AR, @AJRBrothers announce that a majority of their merchandise sales would be donated to the #TreeOfLife Synagogue. They addressed the tragedy and acknowledged that their hearts are with Pittsburgh. Thank you, AJR.#StrongerThanHate @WPXI @KDKA— Rachael McKriger (@RachaelMcKriger) November 5, 2018
Longturn Music, a Pittsburgh-based community for creators, performers, and fans of underground house and techno music, turned one. Happy 1st birthday, Longturn!
Thank you everyone who came to our birthday party at @brilloboxpgh last night and to @enamourmusic for throwing down with us. The birthday festivities continue next Friday, 11/9 for @kill_frenzy!— Longturn Music (@LongturnMusic) November 3, 2018
🎫 https://t.co/Hc8sMBVdaV#longturnmusic #housemusic #party #pittsburgh pic.twitter.com/MnYCc1qmrQ
Great energy last night Pittsburgh! Thanks for an awesome night—was a lotta fun playing b2b with the @LongturnMusic residents after too 🤘🏻— ENAMOUR (@enamourmusic) November 3, 2018
Had a blast Friday night celebrating 1 year with the @longturnmusic crew. Got to make a special appearance during the family set at the end of the night. Cheers to many more years of good… https://t.co/O8mjxFSXzi— CJ Cooper (@djkidkoop) November 5, 2018
The band Jimmy Mayo dropped a four-track EP entitled Whoops on Friday via Chatterbot Records.
been sitting on this EP for far too long. i’m so excited to finally share “Whoops” with yall :) as long as y’all keep giving caring, we will keep putting out tunes💕 https://t.co/9Ab68PgMhy— jimmy mayo, the band (@jimmyeatmayo) November 2, 2018
hey @jimmyeatmayo whoops is certified FIRE i love yall!!! 🔥💞— commander salamander (@cdrsalamanderva) November 2, 2018
Mac Miller’s September passing has been ruled an accidental overdose. The L.A. County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner reported it was a fatal mix of fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol.
We need to stop treating addiction and focus on the individual. Offer medical treatment for withdrawals without shame or stigma. Make emotional health care available for those who need. We need to see, hear and understand the individual in front of us.— Opioid Treatment & Rapid Detox Waismann Method® (@opiates) November 5, 2018
May his soul rest in peace!
This is sad. Too many celebrities are dying from Fentanyl overdose 🧐🤔 Michael Jackson, Prince, etc. now ....— S.R. (@LS_superstar) November 5, 2018
Mac Miller Died of Accidental Overdose of Fentanyl, Cocaine and Alcohol: Coroner - People #MacMiller. https://t.co/ndl9LrME7Y
Speaking of the late R&B singer, Prince’s estate paired up with Sony’s Legacy Recordings and announced that they will be uploading weekly arrays of previously unavailable music videos to streaming sites.
Fans find it disrespectful, and a ploy for cash.
Rejoice for his legacy to be ruined by greedy people handling his estate? Na— —— - jerrod account 👹 (@darkgrapez) November 5, 2018
Sell outs— Brad2theBone (@JTCMD) November 5, 2018
Am I hallucinating or are the Spice Girls finally reuniting? https://t.co/73UFWTG5z2— Kerry Flynn 🐶 (@kerrymflynn) November 5, 2018
COME TO AMERICA pic.twitter.com/buuNEWdPwP— careyfreddie (@careyfreddie1) November 5, 2018
Makes you wonder why they chose to do a tour now …
The Spice Girls minus the one that doesn't need the money, you mean.— Ken (@9_ja) November 5, 2018
Moving away from money schemes, Janet Jackson gave a powerful speech about gender equality while accepting the MTV Europe Music Award for Global Icon.
👑 @JanetJackson: “Tonight I speak for women whose voices have been stifled. I am one of those women. I stand with you. You are my sisters. Women, our voices will be heard […] when we speak out for justice." ✊🏾 >>> https://t.co/W1BURC5Pty #MTVEMA pic.twitter.com/ltoKzP4sul— MTV Music UK (@MTVMusicUK) November 4, 2018
The #MeToo movement is still going strong.
"Tonight I carry the hope that a new world is emerging. A world in which caring people - male as well as female - will no longer tolerate gender inequality." @JanetJackson #JanetJackson https://t.co/VDI2ZDIl0Q pic.twitter.com/rahy1OjRwv— Janet Love (@TweetJanetLove) November 4, 2018
I just gave a standing ovation in front of my tv for Janet Jackson’s speech— Pearl Ashley (@PAshleyyyyy) November 4, 2018
I am crying at Janet Jackson using her voice for good— harriet (@harriet_minns) November 4, 2018