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Exclusive Interview: Reverend Jesse Jackson

Reverend Jesse Jackson discusses Voter Registration, MLK50, and the state of Healthcare in this exclusive interview. Listen Below:
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Frank Ocean, Rage Against the Machine and Lauren Daigle Among 2020 Coachella Artists

This year’s Coachella line-up has just been announced and it looks really great.
Headliners include Rage Against the Machine, Travis Scott and Frank Ocean, but every day is packed with killer artists. Lauren Daigle, Brockhampton, Charli XCX, Megan Thee Stallion, Flume, Bishop Briggs, DaBaby, Daniel Caesar, Lana Del Rey and a ton of others are all scheduled to play over the course of two weekends (April 10-12 and April 17-19).

You can go here to (try to) get tickets while they last.


A U.S. soldier who is serving in Afghanistan has received approval to grow a beard because of his Norse pagan beliefs. Sgt. 1st Class Benjamin Hopper became the first guard soldier to receive a religious accommodation approval for a beard.

Sgt. 1st Class Benjamin Hopper of the Nevada Army Guard’s 3665th Ordnance Company was given permission to grow a Norse beard. Based on his Norse pagan beliefs, Hopper was permitted to sport a Skegg, which is the Old Norse word for a beard. Hopper said beards are “sacred and defining feature of masculine men.” Norse paganism is a polytheistic Scandinavian-based religion that is at least 2,000 years old and worships gods Odin and Thor.

“My personal faith is deeply tied to the modern warrior lifestyle that I have been able to live during my military career,” Hopper said. “In short, it is honoring the pillars of heathenism, our ancestors and ancient gods and way of life.”

The 34-year-old Hopper said he has been practicing his Norse pagan faith for about …

Baby Yoda Does 'Bad Lip Reading' of The Last Jedi

The YouTube channel Bad Lip Reading—which overdubs movie clips, sports footage and other videos with absurdist vocal overdubs—is responsible for one of the internet’s all-time great videos. Comprised of clips from the original Star Wars’ trilogy, 2016’s “Seagulls” is hilarious and is also a legitimate ear-worm.

In case you somehow missed the original, here it is:
The BLR channel released a new song from Yoda, using footage from The Last Jedi. It has everything you’d want in an absurdist viral pop song: Weird lyrics, lots of Yoda and a catchy beat.

There's Brand-New Valiant Video Games in Development

Valiant Entertainment's biggest heroes will be appearing in a slate of upcoming video games.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, such heroes as Bloodshot and Ninjak will appear in a series of games from Blowfish Studios, which is responsible for Siegecraft and Gunscape. The games are said to be multiplatform. Further details were not released. Valiant Entertainment is a subsidiary of DMG Entertainment. That company's founder and CEO Dan Mintz said of the partnership with Blowfish Studios, "We're thrilled to bring Valiant’s characters back into the video game industry and give fans the opportunity to play as their favorite superheroes.
Translating these characters and stories to video games could not come at a more exciting time as we introduce the world to the Valiant Universe on the big screen with the Bloodshot release. These games are poised to become further proof of these characters' immense potential as anchors in pop culture.”

Kyle Trask Offers Predictions For The 2019 Orange Bowl

The No. 9 ranked University of Florida Gators and the No. 24 ranked University of Virginia Cavaliers are in South Florida and are preparing for their December 30th matchup in the 86th Capital One Orange Bowl at Hard Rock Stadium. 
Florida Offensive Coordinator John Hevesy and select offensive players for the Gators met with the media this morning at the Renaissance Fort Lauderdale Cruise Port, here's an excerpt....

Florida Quarterback Kyle Trask

Q. When you look at this offensive line and the progress they've made, do you see it slowly build, getting better?

KYLE TRASK: Yeah, I think the O-line is one of the closest-knit group of guys on the team. They've really come along. They're one of the hardest workers on the team, as well. Their progression has really showed throughout the season.

Q. Does it kind of get you excited about next year?
KYLE TRASK: Yeah, I mean, that's a great question. I never really thought about that. But the way this progression has gone with t…

Kanye’s Sunday Service Choir Dropped a New Album

You may remember back in October when Kanye West told Zane Lowe in an interview that he was planning on dropping an album on Christmas day, called “Jesus Is Born.”

Well, yesterday, Kanye made good on his promise, though the album might not be what fans were expecting. Jesus Is Born is officially credited to his Sunday Service Choir, the gospel music collective that has been a fixture of Kanye’s weekly music-and-preaching services that have taken place at everywhere from Coachella to Joel Osteen’s megachurch. The record is a collection of spiritual-tunes and even remixes of past singles like “Ultralight Beams”, except the focus here isn’t on Kanye’s rapping or beats—it’s the vocal power of his Sunday Service Choir.

You can listen to the whole album here:

2020 Pro Bowl QB: Lamar Jackson Gives An Astonishing Answer On The Topic of Humility

On Wednesday, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was fielding questions from an adoring crowd of reporters, clearly enjoying the opportunity to interview one of 2019’s breakout NFL stars. Hot on the heels of being selected for the Pro Bowl, one reporter asked Jackson just what keeps him humble. His answer: “The Lord.”

“I give Him all His praise. The glory, the honor,” Jackson continued. “I could have been doing anything, you know? It’s crazy. I’ve been talking to Him about it, just saying ‘I appreciate you. I thank you.'” Jackson went on to say “when you feel like you’re bigger than the Lord? That’s when all that success dies. It goes away. You have to let Him know He’s the reason you’re having that much success.” “Just gotta keep going,” Jackson said. “And let the Lord know He’s number one.”