Justin Timberlake Releases “Filthy” New Song And Music Video

first_imgEarlier this week, Justin Timberlake announced his fifth solo album to date, Man of the Woods. In a teaser video, the pop sensation is pictured in his home state of Tennessee and describes the album’s intentions, inspired by “my son, my wife, my family, but more so than any other album I’ve ever written, where I’m from.” Later in the clip, a female voice, presumably his wife’s, described the album as “mountains, trees, campfires, like wild west, like now.” Today, Timberlake reveals the first track, and it has nothing to do with any of those.“Filty” features Justin Timberlake in a large conference hall, delivering a presentation with a robot. The robot mirrors Timberlake in demonstrating its fluid ability to move, shake, wow, and inspire. With heavy electronic beats and gritty synths, the song is accompanied by a visually pleasing video directed by Mark Romanek.  The song was co-written and co-produced by Timberlake, Timbaland, and Danja. James Fauntleroy and Larrance Dopson also received writing credits for “Filthy”, which reveals an exciting new direction for Timberlake–especially considering the dichotomous sounds of the album’s teaser video.Timberlake will release three more songs and videos from the album ahead of its February 2nd release–two days before he headlines the Super Bowl LII Halftime Show. The forthcoming releases will each have their own individual style and color from three different directors, according to CoS. Check out the teaser video and full tracklist, which includes songs with Alicia Keys and Chris Stapleton, below.Justin Timberlake’s Man of the Woods Tracklist:01. Filthy02. Midnight Summer Jam03. Higher, Higher04. Wave05. Supplies06. Morning Light (feat. Alicia Keys)07. Say Something (feat. Chris Stapleton)08. Hers (Interlude)09. Flannel10. Montana11. Breeze Off the Pond12. Livin’ Off the Land13. The Hard Stuff14. Young Manlast_img read more

Jamestown Man Pleads Guilty In Drug Trafficking Case

first_imgFile mugshot image by Jamestown Police.BUFFALO – A City of Jamestown man has plead guilty in connection with a 2019 drug trafficking case.Federal prosecutors say Terrence McRae, 40, plead guilty to possessing with intent to distribute methamphetamine in a Buffalo Courtroom this week.They say McRae could spend a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison and see a $1,000,000 fine.In September 2016 McRae was arrested after Jamestown Police raided a Newland Avenue Apartment. Inside the house, investigators allegedly recovered nine plastic wax baggies with skull and Viking hat logos, methamphetamine, marijuana, three suspected alprazolam pills, two cell phone and a black scale.Charges are still pending against co-defendants Richard Kinsey and Brandi Whitford who were also arrested in the raid. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Odds & Ends: Joe Jonas’ DNCE Set for Grease: Live & More

first_img View Comments P.S. The 61st Annual Obie Awards, which recognize excellence in off-Broadway and off-off-Broadway theater, will be held on May 23 at Webster Hall; Lea DeLaria has been enlisted to return as host. Here’s a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Joe Jonas’ DNCE Set for Grease: LiveThey’re the ones that we want! Joe Jonas (not to be confused with his little brother Nick, who is a Broadway alum) will appear on Grease: Live with a slew of Main Stem faves including Aaron Tveit and Vanessa Hudgens. PEOPLE reports that Joe and his DNCE bandmates have been tapped for the upcoming telecast on January 31; they are set to play Johnny Casino and the Gamblers during the infamous school dance sequence at Rydell High. Did we mention that we’re already knee-deep in our viewing party plans?Joe Iconis’ New Tuner Will Bow at BSCWe’re dreaming of those summer nights…in the Berkshires. Joe Iconis’ (Be More Chill, Smash’s “Broadway Here I Come”) new musical will make its world premiere at the Barrington Stage Company this summer. Directed by Leah Gardiner and inspired by the Blaxploitation movies of the 1970’s (think Shaft), the production will play a limited engagement August 12 through September 3. Opening night is set for August 19 at the St. Germain Stage. Other productions slated for BSC’s season include a revival of Gilbert & Sullivan’s The Pirates of Penzance, helmed by Tony winner John Rando and choreographed by Joshua Bergasse, which will run July 15 through August 13, officially opening on July 20 at the Mainstage.$100,000 Kleban Prize AnnouncedHugh congratulations to Stacey Luftig and Daniel Goldstein, who have been honored with the 26th annual Kleban Prize, each winning $100,000, payable over two years. Luftig takes home the accolade for most promising musical theater lyricist, and Goldstein most promising musical theater librettist. Established in 1988 under the will of Tony winner Edward L. Kleban (A Chorus Line), the Kleban Foundation has awarded approximately $5,000,000 to 62 artists including Tony winner Jason Robert Brown and EGOT-er Robert Lopez. This year’s private ceremony will take place on February 8 at the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers.Broadway Backwards Sets 2016 DateBroadway Backwards, the annual celebration where the LGBT community sees its stories told through the great songs of musical theater by a plethora of Great White Way mainstays, will return for its 11th edition on March 21. This year’s one-night-only event is set to play at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre and benefit Broadway Cares and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center in New York City.Will Adele Pen a Broadway Musical?Did we mention how much we love The Late Late Show host James Corden? The Tony winner recently filmed Carpool Karaoke with Adele and brought up the possibility of the songstress achieving the EGOT. “The Tony’s pretty unlikely…I ain’t got time for that,” she remarked. Corden, however, was convinced that one day she should be “writing a huge musical,” to which Adele replied: “What if no one cares then?” Trust us, Adele, whether its next year or decades from now WE WILL CARE. Check out the video below!last_img read more

GCC humiliate Third Class, bowl them out for 15 runs in 40-over clash

first_img…. Easy win for MalteenoesGEORGETOWN Cricket Club (GCC) destroyed Third Class by 10 wickets yesterday when action continued in the New Building Society (NBS) 40-over second-division cricket competition between the two teams at the Bourda ground. The Malteenoes Sports Club (MSC) also registered an easy win at home, when they challenged Diplomats Sports Club.At Bourda, it took just 10.4 overs and two bowlers to send Third Class crashing after the defending champions GCC won the toss and opted to field. Medium pacer Carlos LaRose and left-arm spinner Stephon Wilson did the damage.SIX RUNS OFF THE BATNone of the Third Class batsmen settled and the home team bowler just dropped the ball in the right spots.  Seven of the dismissals were either via lbw or clean-bowled.Extras accounted for over half of the 15 runs. In fact, only six runs came off the bat, with eight wides and one leg-bye.Two batsmen finished with two runs each, while two scored singles, the rest lost their wickets without scoring.LaRose finished with 6-6 from 5.4 overs, while Wilson picked up 4-6 from five overs.In reply, GCC attained victory in under four overs. Ronaldo Alimohamed belted 12 runs (1×4, 1×6) in quick time to register the 10-wicket win. At the Malteenoes ground, the home team made few mistakes in their battle against a nine-man Diplomats team.The visitors batted first and were restricted to 84 in 22.1 overs.Off-spinner Nichosie Barker led the attack with 4-13 from 3.1 overs to clean out the middle/lower order.Earlier, opening bowlers Dequan Murray and Mervin Permaul supported with two wickets each.Some of the visiting batsmen played a few shots, but none held on to his wicket. Rickford Mohamed scored 16 (1×4, 1×6) while Adrian Foster added 14 (1×6) and Andre Foster 12 (3×4).Malteenoes then cruised to a nine-wicket victory in 12.2 overs.    Stephon Browne, who started watchfully, exploded towards the end, with three consecutive sixes to finish with an unbeaten 48 (2×4, 3×6).last_img read more