Kid Ink (@Kid_Ink) Feat Dej Loaf (@DeJLoaf) – Be Real


Kid Ink - Full Speed (Cover & Tracklist)

Kid Ink decides to unleash his brand new joint called Be Real featuring Dej Loaf produced by DJ Mustard. This track will be featured on Kid Ink upcoming album titled Full Speed due out on Febuary 3rd.


Ty Dolla $ign (@TyDollaSign) – Stand For (DJ Mustard Remix)

Ty Dolla $ign - Stand For (DJ Mustard Remix)

DJ Mustard is back with another remix as he decides to his own spin to Ty Dolla Sign single called Stand For produced by DJ Freedo, Ricky Mears and DJ Iknoso.

Klay Thompson Breaks NBA Record

Klay Thompson scores a record 37 points in the 3rd quarter (and 52 overall) to lead the Warriors to an 18th straight home win, dropping the Kings 126-101

Spotify Introduces Introducing Touch

The feature will allow users to stream a song for 30 seconds by tapping and holding the artwork on an album in a playlist, genre or album tracklist, and seamlessly scroll to activate the next sound by moving to the next song anywhere on the screen.

Users can scroll up and down and leave their finger held to a specific song they would like to listen to longer, or maneuver through different ones until they land on the desired one. Once you have found the song of your liking, they can swipe right to queue it or swipe left to save it to the library.

Trailer: The Ever After

The Ever After stars Teresa Palmer and Mark Webber in a film about a disintegrating Los Angeles marriage.

‘Mr. Cub’ Ernie Banks dies at 83

“Mr. Cub” Ernie Banks, the Hall of Fame slugger and two-time MVP who never lost his boundless enthusiasm for baseball despite years of playing on losing Chicago Cubs teams, died Friday night. He was 83.

The Cubs announced Banks’ death but did not provide a cause.

“Words cannot express how important Ernie Banks will always be to the Chicago Cubs, the city of Chicago and Major League Baseball. He was one of the greatest players of all time,” Tom Ricketts, chairman of the Cubs, said in a statement released by the team. “He was a pioneer in the major leagues. And more importantly, he was the warmest and most sincere person I’ve ever known.

“Approachable, ever optimistic and kind hearted, Ernie Banks is and always will be Mr. Cub. My family and I grieve the loss of such a great and good-hearted man, but we look forward to celebrating Ernie’s life in the days ahead.”

Banks hit 512 home runs during his 19-year career and was fond of saying, “It’s a great day for baseball. Let’s play two!” That finish to his famous catchphrase adorns his statue outside Wrigley Field.

The Cubs paid tribute to Banks on the Wrigley marquee Friday night:

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Although he played in 14 All-Star Games from 1953 to ’71, Banks never reached the postseason, and the Cubs finished below .500 in all but six of his seasons. Still, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1977, the first year he was eligible, and selected to baseball’s all-century team in 1999.

Banks’ infectious smile and nonstop good humor despite his team’s dismal record endeared him to Chicago fans, who voted him the best player in franchise history.

One famous admirer, “Saturday Night Live” star Bill Murray, named his son Homer Banks Murray. Former major league outfielder Dale Murphy, in a tweet Friday night, said: “Did a card show w Ernie Banks. He drove the promoter crazy! Spent time/talked with every person. After an hour had signed maybe 15.”

Banks’ No. 14 was the first number retired by the Cubs, and it hangs from the left-field foul pole at Wrigley Field.

“I’d like to get to the last game of the World Series at Wrigley Field and hit three homers,” he once said. “That was what I always wanted to do.”

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