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Gwen Stefani & No Doubt’s New Music with Pharrell | On Air with Ryan Seacrest

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Vans California Collection Holiday 2014: Sk8-Hi Zip CA Boot Leather Pack

A coveted take on the iconic Vans Sk8-Hi, the Sk8-Hi Zip CA receives a premium material treatment for a three-piece assortment. Outfitted in full-grain pebbled leather and hued in a simple color palette, the Sk8-Hi Zip CA is presented in gray, blue and henna colorways for the Boot Leather pack. The gray and blue styles surface in monochromatic forms as the henna color-up introduces a more subdued aesthetic that is reminiscent of vintage boots, featuring rope laces and an antiqued midsole. The Boot Leather editions of the Sk8-Hi Zip CA retail for $110.00 each and are available now at select Vans retailers.

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Why Facebook Is Still The Dominant Social Network, In One Chart (FB)

People love to complain about Facebook, but according to a new report from Business Insider Intelligence, Facebook is still the dominant social network.

Facebook continues to lead across all age groups when measuring user penetration, which measures the percentage of users within an age group who access Facebook.

More than 7 out of 10 US internet users age 18 and up access Facebook, and more than two-thirds of internet users — across demographic categories including geographic region, income, and education — are on the social network.

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Facebook is still hugely popular among US adults between the ages of 18 and 34, with a staggering 91% using Facebook.

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Gwen Stefani Shares Psychedelic ‘Baby Don’t Lie’ Video

“I’m really into pink right now, which is weird because I did pink back in the day with my hair. Each time I’m cocooned, each time I transform into a new chapter, I do pink,” Gwen Stefani said recently during a New York Fashion Week interview. After breaking out of her solo career’s eight-year hibernation with her synth-driven new single “Baby Don’t Lie,” Stefani has shared that track’s colorful music video. A play on The Wizard of Oz, the video stars a wildly polygonal yellow brick road, an army of dancers and mountains of reoccurring Stefani patterns like bold black-and-white stripes, houndstooth and plenty of pink.

In the eye-popping video, Stefani and her dancers are shown with bright pink Beats by Dre headphones around her neck while using the Beats Music app, which makes sense given that Instagram photo of her and Dr. Dre flying to Apple’s iPhone 6 event. (The singer also uses a gold iPhone in the video, so don’t expect to see any more Stefani-narrated HTC Windows commercials.)

Sophie Muller and Weirdcore directed the “Baby Don’t Lie” video. A longtime collaborator of Stefani’s, Muller has helmed seven No Doubt videos – starting with “Don’t Speak” in 1996 – plus two of the band’s concert films and now six Stefani music videos.

“Baby Don’t Lie” is Stefani’s first new solo track in eight years, and the singer co-wrote the cut with producers Benny Blanco, Ryan Tedder and Noel Zancanella. The single is the first from the singer’s as-yet-untitled third solo album, the long-awaited follow-up to 2006’s The Sweet Escape.

While few details about the LP have been announced, we do know that Stefani’s fellow Voice judge Pharrell Williams worked on some tracks and that Blanco executive produced the album. In a radio interview with Los Angeles’ 104.3 MyFM, Stefani also accidentally revealed that Charli XCX and Calvin Harris also worked on the new album, but that the disc isn’t quite finished yet.

Keeping it in The Voice family, Stefani visited Carson Daly’s radio show on Monday to premiere a snippet of another new track titled “Spark the Fire,” Beacon Street reports. No release date for Stefani’s third LP has been announced.

You can now book a hotel room on Yelp

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It seems rare to go somewhere new nowadays without checking out reviews first. If you’re looking for a place to stay the night, for instance, you probably want to know the rooms aren’t regularly full of roaches. If the rooms are critter-free, Yelp is looking to make your life a bit easier now by letting you book a hotel room right from its website or apps. The integration comes through Hipmunk, and comes along with the addition of several other partners to the Yelp Platform. These increase users’ options to order food or even make wine tasting reservations right within Yelp. The change…

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Stream New Albums From T.I., Stalley, Logic and Black Milk

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It’s not quite the Kanye-versus-Cole-versus-Mac Miller mania of June 2013, but this month has been noticeably busy in an otherwise slow year for rap albums. Childish Gambino, The Game and Vince Staples have all put out projects in the first half of October, while T.I., Logic and Boaz (stream Intuition here) are bidding for your bucks today with brand new LPs. The trend will continue next week with Stalley, Black Milk and Lil Wayne, if his frustratingly quiet Carter V campaign is still on schedule, all hitting shelves.

Back to today, though: hit the jump to stream T.I.’s Paperwork: The Motion Picture and Logic’s Under Pressure, as well as advanced listens of Stalley’s Ohio and Black Milk’s If There’s a Hell Below (both dropping October 28).

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T.I. — PAPERWORK: THE MOTION PICTURE

T.I. returns with his ninth solo album and first as part of Hustle Gang’s new deal with Columbia Records. With executive producer Pharrell at the helm, Paperwork: The Motion Picture shuffles between rugged street records (“About the Money,” “King”) and bright, colorful songs featuring the unmistakable sound of Skateboard P (“Paperwork,” “G Shit”). Young Thug, Rick Ross, Chris Brown, Jeezy, Usher, Lil Boosie and more fill out the loaded guest list.

Purchase on iTunes.

STALLEY — OHIO

An unfortunate prison sentence may have sabotaged Meek Mill’s Fall 2014 takeover, but Stalley steps up to the plate for his MMG family with his long-awaited debut album, Ohio. The major label format can be a tricky obstacle for a blue collar rapper like Stalley, but he does well to hold on to his trunk-rattling core while smoothing out the rough edges with the radio-friendly “One More Shot,” featuring Rick Ross and August Alsina. Nipsey Hussle, Ty Dolla $ign, De La Soul and long-time ally Rashad also ride shotgun on the 12-track journey.

Pre-order on iTunes (October 28).

LOGIC — UNDER PRESSURE

Years of blood, sweat and seriously dope rhymes culminate in the release of Logic’s debut album Under Pressure today. Even while making his Def Jam debut, the Maryland-born lyricist hasn’t succumb to the pressure of lining his LP with star names, instead slipping tracks with Childish Gambino and Big Sean onto the deluxe edition. As for the heart of the project, expect premium rapping over polished production from the likes of DJ Dahi, Six, Tae Beast, Dun Deal and S1.

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BLACK MILK — IF THERE’S A HELL BELOW

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You won’t see Black Milk burning up the Billboard charts anytime soon, but his critical acclaim speaks for itself. The latest in the Detroit producer/rapper’s growing line of highly-rated releases is If There’s a Hell Below. Juggling the beats with the bars for the fifth time in his career, Milk holds his own alongside Pete Rock, Sean Price, Blu, Guilty Simpson and Bun B, who co-stars on the gritty yet glittering standout, “Gold Piece.”

Pre-order on iTunes (October 28).

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Gwen Stefani’s “Baby Don’t Lie” Video: Watch The Colorful Clip

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Gwen Stefani follows up the release of her comeback single, “Baby Don’t Lie,” with its official music video! Directed by longtime collaborator Sophie Muller, the clip finds the singer (rocking her classic red lips and heels) walking through a neon-colored jungle. The geometric and graphic animation is nothing new thought, as it’s been seen with videos like Beyonce‘s “Grown Woman,” Rihanna‘s “Rude Boy” and M.I.A.‘s “Boyz.”

Stefani’s upcoming third solo LP is expected to be released in December, and according to this awesome “Spark The Fire” preview, Pharrell will be partnering up with the singer once again. 

Watch the video up top.

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Congresswoman Introducing Bill To Stop Nazis From Getting Social Security Benefits

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Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) is furious some former Nazis are still collecting US social security benefits and she intends to introduce a bill to take them away.

“It’s deeply disturbing and I’m deeply disturbed that these individuals continue to receive Social Security benefits even after the Justice Department identified them as Nazi war criminals,” Maloney told Business Insider on Tuesday.

The Associated Press reported Sunday that dozens of suspected Nazi war criminals have collected millions in benefits over the years after they were expelled from the US. The AP investigation found US officials had used Social Security payments as a negotiating tool when securing agreements for the Nazis to voluntarily give up their US citizenship and leave the country.

“My legislation would close that loophole,” the veteran Upper East Side lawmaker vowed. “If you’re a Nazi war criminal, you’re a Nazi war criminal. You should not be receiving Social Security benefits. Period.”

Maloney said there are some promising signs for her bill, including support in the Senate from Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pennsylvania). The White House said Monday it agrees that these suspected war criminals should not be receiving the benefits.

However, the fact alleged Nazi war criminals are about as unsympathetic a target as one could find, Maloney said the bill’s passage is not a foregone conclusion.

“You never know. I have a great deal of respect for anything that passes the United States Congress. I think this should be a slam dunk,” she said.

Maloney has also called for an investigation into the matter at the Justice Department and the Social Security Administration. The Justice Department told Yahoo News it was reviewing the request.

As far as cutting off benefits to other people accused of serious crimes, Maloney cited terrorists as another group that should not be collecting taxpayer dollars as they enter their elderly years.

“Then I’ll look at cutting off benefits to terrorists that are deported,” she said.

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