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Keepers of Humanity delivers their 5 track EP “Pansori”

Keepers of Humanity have genuinely outdone themselves with their latest track, “Pansori,” an EP that showcases a work of art. As a piano-forward alternative rock band, they captivate your senses with their second studio EP, a fascinating 5-track collection produced under the renowned Rockstone Records.

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This EP is a journey that pays homage to familial roots, explores the depths of love, and delves into the heart-wrenching pursuit of parental dreams. The EP “Pansori” has been inspired by the ancient Korean art of rhythmic storytelling, and it is a sonic odyssey that unravels the intricacies of the human experience. This EP is a tapestry of emotions that promises to connect listeners profoundly.

Keepers of Humanity has woven a beautiful blend of genres that constantly surprises and enthralls, and “Pansori” is a sonic adventure where each track is a chapter in the band’s journey. Guitarist Steven Bonaccorso is thrilled about this release and has said, “It was really fun working with producer Mat Gilbert to push ourselves and our sound in new directions.”

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With tracks like “Intersection,” “No Greater,” “Pansori,” and “Fantasy at Daybreak,” this EP is a musical journey that spans 18 minutes and 14 seconds. Each track is a masterpiece in its own right and leaves you craving for more. Keepers of Humanity’s “Pansori” is a unique musical voyage, inviting you to experience the blend of tradition and innovation in every note.

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Busta Rhymes Drops More Than Beats, The Shocking Weight Loss Revelation from the ‘Final Lap Tour’ with 50 Cent!

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The Final Lap Tour alongside 50 Cent has taken an unexpected turn with Busta Rhymes revealing a remarkable transformation that has both delighted and amused fans. The tour celebrates the 20th anniversary of 50 Cent’s album “Get Rich Or Die Tryin’” and has received rave reviews despite a few controversies. The duo has performed an astounding 103 shows worldwide.

During a Q&A session, Busta Rhymes confidently referred to himself as “sexy,” garnering laughter and applause from the audience. The reason behind his newfound confidence? He lost an impressive 37 pounds during the tour.

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In a video capturing the interaction, fans can be seen reacting with amazement and support, making it both a humorous and commendable moment for the witty rapper.

But that’s not all. Busta Rhymes recently released his highly anticipated album, “BLOCKBUSTA,” featuring production from legendary names like Timbaland, Pharrell, and Swizz Beatz. The album has already made waves with each of its three singles surpassing the 1 million streams mark on Spotify. “BEACH BALL,” featuring BIA, has even crossed the 2 million streams milestone.

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Amidst this musical triumph, Busta Rhymes extended an olive branch to Charlamagne Tha God, inviting him to join him for a reconciliation on air, thus making headlines.

As the Final Lap Tour approaches its conclusion next month, Busta Rhymes’ weight loss revelation adds a remarkable twist to an already unforgettable chapter in the world of hip-hop. What are your thoughts on Busta’s incredible transformation? Share your comments below!

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Lenny Kravitz’s Unheard Symphony, Rock Icon Calls Out Black Media Snub

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Lenny Kravitz, the powerhouse behind late ’90s and 2000s rock hits, is a prominent figure in his genre. However, he feels that Black media has not recognized his contributions to the music industry. Despite receiving praise from various organizations, Kravitz recently revealed in an exclusive interview cover story that Black platforms like BET or The Source Awards have failed to acknowledge his musical contributions. This has sparked a conversation about recognition and representation in the music industry.

Kravitz expressed his candid disappointment, “To this day, I have not been invited to a BET thing or a Source Awards thing. Here is a Black artist who has reintroduced many Black art forms, broken down barriers—just like those before me. That is positive. And they don’t have anything to say about it?” The absence of such recognition has prompted social media debates, with users speculating on possible reasons and drawing comparisons to other artists’ experiences.

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Some discussions have centered on the contrast with artists like Prince, who navigated the rock realm without encountering similar oversights. The debate has also delved into whether rock music is still perceived as a Black art form in the 21st century, considering its historical roots in African American culture. Critics have questioned whether Kravitz’s prolific collaborations with other Black artists have failed to translate into the recognition he deserves.

The discourse has extended to whether Kravitz intentionally courted a white audience, raising questions about the artist’s self-presentation and the evolution of his music. As the industry witnesses an increasing blend of genres, Kravitz’s case serves as a learning example, highlighting the complexities of representation.

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While the reasons behind this apparent oversight remain elusive, the ongoing dialogue emphasizes the need for a more inclusive appreciation of artists, especially in a musical landscape where genre boundaries continue to blur. Stay tuned to Honk Magazine for further updates on Lenny Kravitz’s journey in the ever-evolving world of music.

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