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Album Review: Queen of Me – Shania Twain

“You can be king of everything, because I’m busy being the queen of me” Us pop-punk kids have top-tier taste in music. Everything from blink-182 to Simple Plan to Paramore. We love the music that cuts deep and makes you want to get up and smash into things. We have to admit, sometimes that love for the pop side of the genre takes over. Maybe it even bleeds into a bit of country-pop. We know we have our Swifties out there in the scene. However, long before Taylor—there was Shania and, man, do we love her (just ask our very… Read more »

News Flashes 01.05.22: Shania Twain’s Single, Iron Maiden’s Royal Mail Collab, and Ryan Oakes’ Announcement

— Today we talk about Shania Twain’s new single, Iron Maiden’s collab with Royal Mail, and Ryan Oakes’ musical announcement. — Giddy Up with Shania Twain Shania Twain is ringing in the New Year like the queen she is. The singing sensation dropped a brand new single called “Giddy Up!” today with a music video. The single is off her new album Queen of Me, dropping February 3rd. Shania says about the track, “The saying “Let’s Go Girls!” is such a wonderfully uplifting sentiment now, but it’s just something I said during the recording in the studio and I guess… Read more »

idobi News Flashes 01.26.21: IDKHow Meets Kimmel, Fame On Fire is Fine, Nia Dennis is #BlackExcellence, and Kellyanne and Claudia Conway Have Some Things to Work Out

Wow wow wow! Today we got three great performances and a Conway mess. – Hometown Heroes, I Don’t Know How But They Found Me on Jimmy Kimmel Last Live Night Jimmy Kimmel has long been known to feature incredible music performances on his hit show Jimmy Kimmel Live and last night was no exception. idobi favorites, I Don’t Know How But They Found Me performed their new song “Leave Me Alone” on the late night show and our friends killed it! The super-duo gave a flawless performance on a simply lit stage to a welcoming audience. Their energy was high and… Read more »

Ronia Fraser

This week, narcissistic abuse recovery coach Ronia Fraser joins the conversation to shed some light on being a victim of narcissistic personality disorder.

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