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Black Eyed Peas Go Retro in Hip-Hop-Celebrating ‘Yesterday’ Video

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Black Eyed Peas, and to celebrate the group has ended their five-year hiatus by unveiling their surprise new music video for “Yesterday.” In the video, Will.i.am, Taboo and Apl.de.Ap – but not Fergie, who didn’t joined the group until 2002 – pay tribute to all the classic hip-hop that inspired them early on. The single itself is also more reminiscent of that old-school sound than their latter-day pop hits like “My Humps” and “Boom Boom Pow.” Continue reading

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Shaggy to ISIS: ‘Go F–k Yourself’

ISIS is a self-proclaimed caliphate responsible for unfathomable acts of evil. Shaggy is a reggae-fusion singer best known for lightweight hits like 1995’s “Boombastic” and 2000’s “It Wasn’t Me.” These two forces converged in a recent interview with Miami New Times, where the musician outlined his plan for defeating the jihadist group – a strategy that involves marijuana…and Shaggy. Continue reading

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Periscope: Four ways it’s shaking up media

It’s May 2, and in London, the Duchess of Cambridge has entered St. Mary’s hospital to give birth to her second child. CNN Royal Correspondent Max Foster is waiting just outside in a crowded press area. He can’t do much on TV until the baby is born. Instead, he turns to his phone — clamped to a mini-tripod perched atop a trash bin — and chats with thousands of royal fans via livestreaming app Periscope. Continue reading

Sweden is Now Recycling 99 Percent of its Trash

Sweden is Now Recycling 99% of its Trash!

It would serve Americans greatly to take a page out of Sweden’s book about recycling their waste.
The Scandinavian nation of Sweden has set a new precedent in the world of recycling its trash, with a near zero waste amount of 99 percent. Sweden was already ahead of the game back in 2012, when they were recycling 96 percent of their trash, but the three percent jump in just two years is quite impressive.
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