Check out the Queen & Slim Soundtrack, Which Includes a New Songs from Lauryn Hill.
The Queen & Slim soundtrack drops on Nov. 15, and according to reports, Lauryn Hill is set to drop her first song in years as part of the project. Other artists featured on the soundtrack include Megan Thee Stallion and Vince Staples.
“I wanted the soundtrack for Queen & Slim to showcase the historical evolution of Black music, from its roots in blues and soul to modern bounce, hip hop, and R&B—much like we used to see in film soundtracks in the 1990s,” Queen & Slim director Melina Matsoukas stated. “We partnered with Motown because of their legacy within Black music. I am honored to have worked beside Ethiopia and cannot wait for audiences to hear what each artist has created.”
Simone Biles Has Done It Again.
Simone Biles has yet another trophy to add to her shelf after winning a gold medal in the gymnastics world championships on Saturday. According to CNN, she has tied the record for most world gymnastics championship medals with vault gold.
“I don’t know. What is it supposed to feel like? I don’t know,” she said to reporters after being asked what it felt like. “I don’t get time to think about these things. I think of my performances and then…”
After a brief pause, she continued, “Dinner,” and proceeded to laugh.
YouTube Has Surpassed Netflix for the First Time.
According to Business Insider, US teens are streaming on YouTube more than they are onNetflix for the very first time.
“Thirty-seven percent of US teens said that YouTube is the platform where they stream the most video each day, versus 35% who said the same about Netflix,” Business Insider explains. “The competition has been, and remains, neck-and-neck: Last spring, Netflix claimed 37% of teens, compared with YouTube’s 32%, and last fall the numbers hovered around the same spot with Netflix at 37% and YouTube at 31%.”
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