The song "Mollywood" is sang by the character Molly (MDMA) who becomes jealous of the person it is attached to, because they are trying out new drugs. "Mollywood", through different characters and a film-like feeling, explains the story of a person in a crowd trying to feel accepted and discovering new drugs. As the song goes, the story evoles and so does the main character, who realizes that Molly isn't enough anymore to fill that void. In the bridge of the song, the person goes on a bad-trip that ends with an overdose; mixing Molly with LSD (Lucy), adding alcohol and Marijuana (Mary-Jane) to the mix, followed by Crystal Meth (Christina) and finished with a shot of Heroine (Hero). By the end of the song, the character is revived, but we realize that they are still hooked, stuck in a loop, in search of that feeling and cries out "Molly, Mollywood you help me" or "Molly, Molly would you help me?", 2 different ways to see it.
Our goal is not to stop drug use, because this will never happen, but rather help raise awarness about drug abuse. Many of us have lost dear ones, friends or family due to substance abuse. We hope "Mollywood", will help young adults understand the importance of taking care of their body and mind, but also the dangers of mixing.Download/Stream:https://open.spotify.com/album/3QwV2XDW1Qv5PxFC2yUaIn?si=PH4ANoDuTgengMaF6ah9FA
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Hailing from Chicago Illinois, upcoming songwriter Kiari Barnes who goes by the stage name KiddxSurge a.k.a The Surgeon releases his new single "Knock Knock" on all streaming platforms. Surge recalls creating the record Knock Knock while sitting in the house one day thinking. "What if the police run in right now? What are you gon' do?" he says in his own words. This thought inspired him to look through beats until he found a grungy one. The song is also inspired and sponsored by Scuba Squad Extracts who currently has the best thc diamonds on the West Coast. Surge says he was aiming to release a single that would be an anthem for all the hustlers and corner boys across the world. Starting from the early days of just rapping and being bored in the house, hanging out on the corner smoking while listening to instrumentals would start something much more. After getting positive feedback from friends and people in the neighborhood encouraged Barnes to pursue taking music a-lot more seriously. KiddxSurge inspirations are J.Cole, Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, Juice WRLD, Meek Mill, Yo Gotti and more. He's opened up for artists like Lil Webbie, Trizzy Track and has performed at many festivals showcasing his talent as well as throwing his own 4/20 event every year. Barnes started making noise after the breakout release of his single "Stay Back" and another called "Reloaded" both of which he has shot video's for. Surge says his plans for 2022 is to not become the biggest artist in SoCal but in the world, even though KiddxSurge is from Chicago he is currently living in San Diego, California. He plans on creating a-lot more visuals and networking with a lot more artists in the music industry this year and networking with all additional fans throughout the year. Stream "Knock Knock" by KiddxSurge on all platforms if you haven't heard it yet.
Jay-Z and Kanye West are in elite company as a pair of the 10 highest-paid musicians of 2021. But both rappers and businessmen ain’t bringing in as much bank as Bruce Springsteen, though.
Rolling Stone compiled the list, written by author Zach O’Malley Greenburg, who noted that selling copyrights is what brought in the most dollars for the big bank artists.
Interestingly, the former Watch The Throne duo, along with Pop star Taylor Swift, are the only musicians who made the list without selling their musical catalogs. This is despite a year with minimal touring and Jay-Z minding his business and not even dropping an album.
While Kanye West did drop DONDA in 2021, most of his loot is courtesy of his Yeezy sneaker brand as well as his collab with The Gap. The $250 million he collected was good enough for fourth on the list, just behind Paul Simon. Jay-Z came in 2nd with a cool $470 million, with plenty of that coming from the sale of half of his Armand de Brignac champagne to LVMH for $300 million back in February 2021 and a portion of Tidal to Square in May 2021.
As for The Boss, Mr. Springsteen clocked in a healthy $590 million to top the list. Check out the full rundown over at Rolling Stone.