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HOLLYWOOD, CA — Veteran, the third solo album from R&B crooner Marques Houston, debuted at number one on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and number five on The Billboard 200, after its March 20 release on T.U.G./Universal Motown Records. This marks Houston‘s first number one solo album and his highest Billboard Top 200 debut to date. “I feel so blessed after all these years in the music game to have the number one R&B album in the country,” Houston says. “I put a lot of myself into this project so it means a lot to me.”

El-P, Interviews

El-P Interview

Having just returned from the first segment of his world tour supporting I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead, before departing for the European stretch, and after what he described as more interviews in one month than Elvis had done in his entire life, El-P was kind enough to talk about live hip hop, the hype-machine, and Paula Zahn.


Luke Haines – Off My Rocker At The Art School Bop review

Kingdom heritage as the backbone of his latest album. Recently, many artists have been sharing their view of England in their work. Front man from Gorillaz and Blur, Damon Album created a super group and released “The Good, The Bad, & The Queen”, an album that attempts to display a musical picture of contemporary life in England. Lily Allen’s debut album represents London (especially on her single, “LDN”).

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