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Nick Major All Over

This was an episode of firsts. Not only did Nick kick off the live show alone, but it was also streamed on Instagram for an interactive hour of chatting with all those tuning in


The Nick Major Show

Nick Major is a LA based host, interviewer, and filmmaker. With no script in hand and a crew of friends at his side, Nick Major finds himself in all sorts of conversations – none of which you’ll want to miss!


Major League go separate ways with singer Nick Trask

Major League have announce that the band has parted ways with singer Nick Trask. The band has stated it was a mutual decision and guitarist/vocalist Brian Joyce will be moving into the lead vocalist position. The band will still be heading out on tour in a few weeks with  Have Mercy, dates for which can be seen here. You can read statements from both Trask and Joyce below. “Major League has, and always will be an incredible experience filled with life changing memories. I wouldn’t change anything. It was a privilege to be able to spend the past few years… Read more »


Kim Petras and Nicki Minaj Shine On “Alone”

Grammy-winning pop icon Kim Petras has dropped her first single, “Alone,” since her monumental win at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards in February. Taking home the award for best Pop Duo/Group Performance with Sam Smith for their collaborative track “Unholy,” Petras was the first trans artist to win a major category at the Grammy’s and the second trans artist to win a Grammy ever. Now, she has unleashed her dance-worthy “Alone” featuring the iconic rapper, Nicki Minaj.  This is the duo we never knew we needed. Petras showcases her beautiful voice over the well-known sample “Better Off Alone” by Alice Deejay.… Read more »

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