Jada Pinkett Smith couldnt help but brag about her children at the weekend.
Iggy Azalea thinks Taylor Swift is a “bada*s”.
Rick Ross is the king of the shameless plug (next to Diddy and DJ Khaled, of course), but when he makes a great song to promote his products, then we can’t really complain. That’s exactly what we’re getting with the MMG mogul’s latest release, which finds him plugging his Luc Belaire rosé with the help of newly-inducted Black Bottle Boys Migos on this frantic banger. Make sure you add this to your phone before leaving the house tonight.
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01.B-BOYイズム / RHYMESTER
02.SUMMER MADNESS / ECD
03.蜂と蝶 / SOUL SCREAM
04.花と雨 / SEEDAとEMI MARIA
05.対話 / LIBROと嶋野百恵
06.Street Dreams / ZEEBRA
07.IT'S OKAY / SHAKKAZOMBIEとDABO
08.HAPPY END / ANARCHY
09.LOVE NEVER DIE / DJ COOL-KとUMEDY、CORN HEAD、伝馬珍、琴音
10.じゃっ、夏なんで / かせきさいだぁ≡
11.No.13 Reprise / SHING02
12.COME CLEAN / B.I.G JOE
13.E.O / AI
14.耳ヲ貸スベキ / RHYMESTER
15.HAN-TOME (Boa Viagem Remix) / MURO
16.CLUBへ ~熱帯夜 MIX~ / ケツメイシと鎮座DOPENESS、カトマイラ
17.ストロングスタイル / KREVA
18.ALKMAN / SUIKEN
19.TOP OF TOKYO / ILLMATIC BUDDHA MC'S
20.I'm Still No.1 / ZEEBRA
21.SPACE FUNK 2001 / MUROとNIPPS
22.夢持って生きてっか？ / IQ
23.PINKY ~だから、その手を離して~ / DABOとTyler
24.NITRO MICROPHONE UNDERGROUND / NITRO MICROPHONE UNDERGROUND
ちなみに、うしろのビートはMJPのSEVEN SEAS VOYAGEです！関係者の方々、気を悪くされたらごめんなさい。
Drake isn’t the only birthday boy in a giving mood this weekend; The Alchemist celebrates turning 37 (sorry, Alan!) by gifting fans this never-before-heard joint with Mobb Deep straight from his stash. Alc, Havoc and Prodigy have created some truly timeless music over the years, and let’s just say their latest effort doesn’t disappoint.
Washington (AFP) – SpaceX’s unmanned Dragon spacecraft splashed down in the Pacific Ocean on Saturday carrying a heavy load of NASA cargo and scientific samples from the International Space Station that experts hope could yield significant results.
A boat was ferrying the spacecraft to a port near Los Angeles, where NASA said the haul of 1.5 tonnes of experiment results and other materials will be removed and returned to the space agency by late Monday for scientists to pick apart.
Dragon also carried crew supplies, hardware and computer resources.
The investigations in the cargo could help develop more efficient solar cells and semiconductor-based electronics, as well as grow plants better suited for space and improve sustainable agriculture, according to NASA.
“This mission enabled research critical to achieving NASA’s goal of long-duration human spaceflight in deep space,” said Sam Scimemi, director of the International Space Station division at NASA headquarters.
Dragon, which spent a month at the space station, will later travel back for processing to SpaceX’s test facility in McGregor, Texas.
Astronauts at the ISS had manipulated the orbiting lab’s robotic arm to detach Dragon on time, at 1357 GMT, in what NASA called a “very clean release.”
The capsule splashed down five-and-a-half-hours later, at 1939 GMT, near the Mexican coast, slowed by three enormous parachutes.
- Space traffic -
The SpaceX vessel is the only spacecraft currently capable of returning from the ISS with cargo. Its last mission to the space station was in April.
Then it delivered cargo including freeze-dried meals, 20 live lab mice and a 3D printer, in its fourth contracted mission to the ISS.
The lab mice were the first live mammals to hitch a ride aboard a commercial cargo ship, and they are enclosed in a NASA-made research cage for studying the effects of weightlessness on their bodies.
The 3D printer is the first of its kind to demonstrate how the technology can be used in space, even without gravity to assist the process.
The Dragon return kicks off a week of heavy traffic to and from the orbiting science lab.
Late Monday, Orbital Sciences is scheduled to launch its unmanned Cygnus capsule from the Wallops Island space center, on the coast of Virginia, and should arrive November 2 at ISS at the same dock that held Dragon.
And on Wednesday, the Russian cargo ship Progress is set to take off for the ISS, replacing a sister vessel due to break away from the orbiting station and return to Earth on Monday.
Three of the six ISS crew members are also preparing to leave the lab after 165 days in orbit. They are set to ride in a Russian Soyuz craft on November 9.
Their three replacements, a Russian and two Americans, should arrive on November 23.
NASA lost its ability to reach the space station alone when the shuttle program ended in 2011 after 30 years.
The US space agency has helped fund private companies in the race to restore US access to the ISS.
In 2010, SpaceX became the first private company to send a spacecraft to the ISS.
The company is run by Internet mogul Elon Musk, who built his fortune by co-founding PayPal. He also heads Tesla Motors.
And like that, Drake drops three heaters on the Internet. The Young Money soldier is in a giving mood today releasing a trio of tracks, “6 God,” “Heat of The Moment” and “How About Now.” Could any or all of these be off his upcoming LP? “6 God” is produced by Boi-1da and Syk Sense. 40 is behind “Heat of The Moment” while Boi-1da and Jordan Evans provided the “How About Now” instrumental. Aubrey’s forthcoming album, Views From The 6 is coming in 2015.
Check out Drizzy’s latest, below.