BREAK OUT Lyrics and Video Song – Himmat sandhu | My Game

Ho koyi padh ke sitt dau raddi vich
Assi panne ni akhbaran de
Koyi tod honsle sakda ni
Rakhe bamb jigre kirdaaran de

Ho koyi padh ke sitt dau raddi vich
Assi panne ni akhbaran de
Koyi tod honsle sakda ni
Rakhe bamb jigre kirdaaran de

Aa jo maar khangura langhde aa
Ni assi rade maidani dhaune aan
Jehdi duniya gitte phad’di aa
Ni eh ton goddi hath lawaune aan

Jehdi duniya gitte phad’di aa
Ni eh ton goddi hath lawaune aan
Jehdi duniya gitte phad’di aa
Ni eh ton goddi hath lawaune aan

Gill raunteya thaapi dinne aan
Assi thibbiyan launiyan jaande nai
Jo laun schemean dobban nu
Oho hind saadi de haan de nai

Gill raunteya thaapi dinne aan
Assi thibbiyan launiyan jaande nai
Jo laun schemean dobban nu
Oho hind saadi de haan de nai

Saanu sabak sikhaun nu phirde jo
Hun ohi padhne paune aan

Jehdi duniya gitte phad’di aa
Ni eh ton goddi hath lawaune aan
Jehdi duniya gitte phad’di aa
Ni eh ton goddi hath

Sniper!

Assi apne sir te lad’de aan
Saanu ungal kise phadayi nai
Jo struggle nu tichran karde si
Hun jaandi jari chadhai ni

Assi apne sir te lad’de aan
Saanu ungal kise phadayi nai
Jo struggle nu tichran karde si
Hun jaandi jari chadhai ni

Aa jo phirde danda dukkan nu
Game’an phone te kheddan laune aan

Jehdi duniya gitte phad’di aa
Ni eh ton goddi hath lawaune aan
Jehdi duniya gitte phad’di aa
Ni eh ton goddi hath lawaune aan

Hunn hadd salamaat rehne ni
Kehnde si thonu todange
Ho jatt hisaab kitaab de poore aan
Baaji naal vyaj de modange

Hun hadd salamaat rehne ni
Kehnde si thonu todange
Jatt hisaab kitaab de poore aan
Baaji naal vyaj de modange

Hun ik dabbke na mitran ne
Kayi doggy kand tapaune aan

Jehdi duniya gitte phad’di aa
Ni eh ton goddi hath lawaune aan
Jehdi duniya gitte phad’di aa
Ni eh ton goddi hath lawaune aan

Pith te vaar tussi kitte aa
Assi sidhe mathe takkarange
Kayi ghaint de balle pehlan vi
Thonu vi vekhi dakkarange

Tussi napde si jab yaari nu
Thodde mehal laambu laungi
Aa jodi gill te sandhu di
Shareaam pathakhe paugi

RUGER Lyrics and Video Song – DJ Flow, Afsana Khan

Shaklon innocent jeha lagdae
Kaam ne tere gundeyan waale
Velly aan mudd ton balliye
Tanhiyon kaam gundeyan wale

Ruger hunda ae mere lv de bag ch
6 round paake ture jatt ne hi mag ch
Ho teri meri jodi jivein feem naal fug ve
Zindagi jyona tu vi vailiyan di deg ch

Ho jatti vi adab aa muhre
Shaunk ne mundeyan wale

Shaqlon innocent jeha lagde
Kamm ne tere gundeyan wale
Velly aan mudd ton baliye
Tanhiyon kaam gundeyan wale

Shaqlon innocent jeha lagdae
Kaam ne tere gundeyan wale
Hmm velly aan mudd ton baliye
Tanhiyon kaam gundeyan wale

Ve regular call ni karde
Karda kyon whatsapp te
Suneya red zone aa baneya
Thodde pind wale map te

Ho gaye din 18 19
Banda si maar ho gaya
Rehnde si kaam halle baaki
Tanhiyon taan faraar ho gaya

Dekhe ni jaande munde ton
Add’de jehde mere saale

Shaklon innocent jeha lagdae
Kaam ne tere gundeyan wale
Hmm velly aan mudd ton baliye
Tanhiyon kaam gundeyan wale

Shaklon innocent jeha lagdae
Kaam ne tere gundeyan wale
Hmm velly aan mudd ton baliye
Tanhiyon kaam gundeyan wale

Ho surat te seerat da same kirdaar ni
Kadd’da ae chib vi flow tera yaar ni
Ho surat te seerat da same kirdaar ni
Kadd’da ae cheb vi flow tera yaar ni

Langh janda seedha rauleyan ton chup vatt ke
Ho lokan ne chakataye saale hathi hathiyaar ni
Ho lokan ne chakataye saale hathi hathiyaar ni

Happy raikoti lene pange tu umar ton vadde
Utton sab nu dass dene apne tu pakke adde
Chalda ae sacha gabru de hath chon asla
Tanhiyon taan saade muhre add’da ni addeya masla

Launde aan agg vailiyan
Kapde tere kaale kaale

Shaklon innocent jeha lagdae
Kaam ne tere gundeyan wale
Hmm velly aan mudd ton baliye
Tanhiyon kaam gundeyan wale

Shaklon innocent jeha lagdae
Kaam ne tere gundeyan wale
Hmm velly aan mudd ton baliye
Tanhiyon kaam gundeyan wale

Meek Mill Drops ‘Expensive Pain’ Album Feat. Young Thug, Lil Baby, Moneybagg Yo & More

Meek Mill new album, Expensive Pain, is finally here.

The Philly rapper announced the track list for his long-awaited album, Expensive Pain. The project arrived at midnight on Friday, October 1st, with an impressive lineup of hip hop heavyweights. Meek Mill shared the news on Thursday via Instagram with a photo of a crumpled piece of paper featuring the track list written out in marker pen.

Features include Lil Baby, Lil Durk, Lil Uzi Vert, Young Thug, Kehlani, Moneybagg Yo, A$AP Ferg, Brent Faiyaz, and Vory. The U.K. rapper Giggs is also listed on the project following a recent spotting of him and Meek hanging out together in London.

One track on the list, titled “Angel$”, appears to be a tribute to fallen rappers Nipsey Hussle and Lil Snupe. Nipsey and Meek were collaborating on a joint project at the time of Nipsey’s death in March 2019. Anticipation for Meek’s latest project is only growing, especially as some notable names close to the rapper are talking it up.

Meek’s good friend and NBA star James Harden recently shared that he believes Expensive Pain is Meek’s best work of his career so far, adding that Meek is in love with rap the same way he is in love with basketball.

Even Rick Ross, who was recently rumored to have beef with Meek Mill, posted the cover art for Expensive Pain on his Instagram and shouted him out during an appearance on IG Live. Meek Mill’s last album, Championships, was released in 2018 and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, going on to be certified platinum and receive a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album.

Meek Mill has spent time in recent years focusing on social justice pursuits such as criminal justice reform, but hip hop fans are happy he is also taking the time to finally put out some new music.

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50 Cent Wants Nicki Minaj To Star With Him In A Romantic Comedy

50 Cent eyes Nicki Minaj as his co-star in a romantic comedy.

According to the Black Mafia Family executive producer, if he was to star in a romantic comedy, he’d like to have rapper Nicki Minaj as his co-star. While on the “Jalen Rose: Renaissance Man Podcast,” the rap legend was quick to single out Minaj as his favorite co-star.

“You know who would probably be fun to work with? Nicki,” said 50 Cent. “Nicki Minaj would be fun to be in a romantic comedy with.”

The “Get Rich or Die Trying” rapper has always spoken highly of Minaj, who also grew up in the New York neighborhood of South Jamaica, Queens, like 50.

According to him, he feels he can relate to Minaj because he knows how she is.

“I kinda understand her a little bit more than the other people,” he said. “When she’s being an asshole because she’s telling you, ‘You’re not going to take advantage of me.’”

Minaj has recently been heavily criticized for her sentiments towards the vaxx in which many felt she was misinformed. However, Minaj had clarified that that was not the case as she would eventually take the vaccine to travel and do tours but that she had many questions that she’s seeking to do research on.

While Minaj can be said to have a tough, intimidating personality, 50 says he understands the kind of person she is and what causes her to react. He also defended her relationship with her husband, Kenneth Petty, who is presently facing charges for failing to register as a sexual offender in California due to a previous 1995 attempt rape conviction in New York.

The rapper has always shared his love for Nicki, noting that he admired her.

While speaking with Lil Wayne on Young Money Radio last year, he called her an “alpha female.”

“I love me some Nicki. This na actually happens to come from my neighborhood. It happens to be a girl, but that na is tough!” he said.

“She be harder than the n*a she fk with. She be harder and she’s an alpha female! That motherf**ker tough! You see what I’m saying, son? You got to watch her or she’ll go–she’ll do something that’s pulling a move to assert herself.”

Minaj has been on an extended hiatus since giving birth to her son last September. Her baby, who she calls Papa Bear, is celebrating his first birthday this week.

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Beenie Man Names Popcaan & Aidonia As Top Dancehall Artists Now, Mention Koffee, Yaksta & Nation Boss

Beenie Man says Popcaan and Aidonia are two of his favorite artists in the dancehall industry today and highlighted some young artists who he sees something special in.

As a veteran in dancehall music whose career has spanned more than three decades, Beenie Man has seen many artists come and go in the industry. His experience and notoriety in music has afforded him the luxury of being known by the generations that have come to follow as an internationally acclaimed reggae and dancehall icon. Thanks to Beenie’s reputation and career longevity, many young artists would respectfully appreciate his recognition in any capacity.

During a newly released interview with Para Dox TV from May, Beenie talked about the current landscape of dancehall music and how it has evolved. It is his belief that the genre should remain unadulterated as he expressly discouraged hybrid genres. In his own words, Beenie Man believes artists are “messing up the music” when they fuse it with other genres. Though in the same breath, he says he is not a hypocrite and admits that he has incorporated jazz and gospel sounds in his dancehall songs before. “I do not wrong the kids to do what they’re doing because we do the same thing,” he said.

When asked about some young up-and-coming artists that he actually likes, Beenie Man name-dropped Popcaan, who he called “a friend” and goes on to list a series of artists who are considered to be making conscious music. His list includes young reggae stars like Grammy-winning artist Koffee, beloved songbird Lila Iké, and breakout artists Yaksta and Nation Boss. “These songs are real songs,” Beenie said after quoting a line from the latter’s breakout hit “Humans.”

Aidonia and Bounty Killer

The deejay went on to share some advice on consistency being an integral part of career growth. “The problem is these artists need to make themselves because if you sing one song and the song fades out and you don’t do a next one then the f**k…” He continues, “See all the youths dem need fi fawud. Mi respect all a di young artist dem but if you don’t do five years dawg, I cannot put you in my book. That’s why Popcaan a my top artist inna Jamaica right now, him and Aidonia.” Beenie attributed his respect for these two artists to their desire for longevity and caring to stay in the game for five, ten, or even twenty years.

Elsewhere in the interview, Beenie Man doubled down on consistency when he spoke about his undying passion for dancehall music. As the interviewer pointed out, the deejay has been doing this for a solid forty years and counting. “Any time you lose your love then you never had it in the first place,” Beenie said of his love and energy for the music. “Even when you’re dying and have dementia you’ll always remember,” he added.

Beenie Man says he is currently working on his forthcoming album and plans to drop a single with Busy Signal soon. Some of the guest stars on the project include Shaggy, Sean Paul, Trini artist Bunji Darlin, UK rapper Giggs, HoodCelebrityy, and more. At this point in his career, the dancehall veteran says since he already got a Grammy, his ultimate goal now is to be recognized.

Beenie Man plans to tour after releasing his next album, SIMMA, but it is not clear if he has plans to tour locally, internationally, or both. “This album is beautiful,” said Beenie Man.

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Nick Cannon Paid Student Loan Debts For Several HBCU Students

Nick Cannon launched a special scholarship that will erase student loan debts for many students at HBCUs.

The Wild’N’Out emcee has promised three students from North Carolina A&T University, Winston-Salem State University, Clark Atlanta University, and Saint Augustine’s University to pay off their student-related debts once they successfully graduate.

The students are from historically black colleges in North Carolina who are struggling to make ends meet while attending college. Cannon made the announcement on his syndicated talk show on Monday, where the students were guests.

During the show, Nick Cannon then told the students that they wouldn’t have to worry about outstanding college because it would be paid upon their graduation through a scholarship in partnership with the United Negro College Fund and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, which he will especially fund.

During the show, the students spoke about the challenges they were experiencing and the desire to attend college, with all three of them choosing to attend HBCUs. Cannon himself related to the struggles they spoke about, and he talked about the importance of education as an alumnus of Howard University, another HBCU in Washington, D.C.

One of the students, Mackenzie Estrep, a senior at Saint Augustine’s University, told Cannon that she is the first in her family to graduate high school and attend college, but she has been struggling as she works three jobs to help pay for tuition.

The other student, Sharandica Midcalf, a student at Winston-Salem State University, revealed that she was homeless and that she became motivated to pursue a college education after a school counselor told her she didn’t have the GPA to get into college. She too is the first in her family to attend college.

Meanwhile, Christian Kornegay, who has dreams of becoming a professional host and entertainer, said he worked hard to overcome a learning disability and got accepted to North Carolina A&T University.

Meanwhile, Cannon spoke of the importance of having an education as he noted his own experience attending an HBCU. He’s an alumnus of Howard University, an HBCU in Washington, D.C.

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Nicki Minaj Vents About Blogs After Missing Lil Wayne’s Birthday Bash With Drake & Mack Maine

Nicki Minaj says she was only joking when she commented about not being invited to Lil Wayne’s birthday bash.

The Trinidad-born rapper has made it clear time and time again that her focus is no longer on partying but on her new family, especially her son. The issue came up again after Nicki Minaj joked about not being invited to Lil Wayne’s 39th birthday celebrations last Monday, September 27.

Wayne, known for his lavish parties, hosted several members of his Young Money family, including the rapper with the golden touch these days, Drake. The label president Mack Maine was also there, but many eagle-eyed fans noticed that Nicki was absent. Of course, she is highly regarded as one of the leading influences that helped put Young Money on the international map.

Following the star-studded event, Mack Maine posted an Instagram photo of the crew who attended the party. Nicki jumped in the comments and playfully responded, “I had so much fun.” Maine quickly responded, “@nickiminaj Lawwwdddd don’t do it like that Nicketo! This sh*t was so last minute. We could run it back deaux. It wasn’t complete without you.”

Drake even paid homage to Lil Wayne during the celebration. “I still, to this day, get nervous speaking about this man because, at the end of the day, as much of a brother and a mentor as he is to me, he’s still my idol. And still somebody who just puts me in a place where, when I start thinking about him, I start thinking about my family,” he said.

While Nicki Minaj didn’t specify, it seems some blogs thought that she was offended at being left out of the party and created some buzz around that. Nicki chose to clarify that she was only kidding around.

“Can’t even joke nomo chile,” she posted on her Instagram Story. She added, “These blogs so thirsty to post smthn for y’all to hate under. The obsession is a diff kinda real. We weren’t even in the same state. Just a lil jokey joke between me & my boo Mack.”

She ended by saying, “Have a blessed day y’all. I sure will. That’s why ya’ll pressed. #HappyPapaBearDay.”

It seems she just wanted to clear the air because her real focus is on her son’s first birthday today, September 30, 2020. She’s once again had to make it clear that “Papa Bear” is her only priority right now.

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Perhaps the next party will even be bigger with Nicki Minaj included.

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Big Tigger Announced BET “Rap City” Is Coming Back, Says ‘This Is Not A Drill’

In the late 90s, hip-hop fans became enamored with BET’s Rap City. The show’s host, at one point, Big Tigger, brought an entertaining format of interviews, and fans got to hear their favorite rappers freestyle as well. His show, called Rap City: Tha Basement, was a staple between 1999-2005 for many.

So it’s really exciting news to hear that it will soon be on air once again. Big Tigger used Instagram to announce earlier today, September 30, that Rap City is being revamped for a 2.0 version of the show.

Big Tigger recently made a return in front of the camera after he joined up with Rapsody for the REVOLT TV video show Off The Top. The show shared a similar format to Rap City and featured special guests in-studio who would drop a few bars before answering some questions about their careers.

Big Tiger, who hasn’t seemed to age, said, “This is not a drill… This is not a throwback… #RapCity21 ??Details soon…” on Instagram alongside a photo of him sitting in a similar setting to the original show.

When Off The Top first started back in July, the first guest was Conway The Machine. At that time, Big Tigger, whose real name is Darian Morgan, spoke with HipHopDX about why he felt the need to do the show. He explained that he felt there was a void in the industry when it comes to artists’ telling their stories.

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His focus for Off The Top was to give fans an opportunity to get up, close and personal in a different manner rather than just connecting with them on social media. A similar idea behind Rap City that existed in an age before social media really took hold of communication. His style of interviews focused on candid and deep conversations. The performances were a bonus for fans.

“There’s definitely a nostalgic feel to it, but it’s not just for nostalgia. That’s not why we’re doing this. We’re doing it because it’s something we were missing and we thought it was an opportunity to bring something special,” he said at that time.

His appeal as a host has remained unchanged, and there was a long, star-studded cast waiting to be interviewed on Off The Top. Some of them included NLE Choppa, Latto, G Herbo, Lil Tjay, Soulja Boy, Young Dolph, and Yung Bleu, to name a few. The other host of the show, Rapsody, maintained that the platform was for fans to connect with artists and it didn’t matter how hot they were or their lyrical skill level at the time.

She shared that she was excited to be a part of the show because it would give artists an opportunity to show their talent in a relaxed setting.

“They might make vibe music, but if they wanna come in and do some bars, they can do that, too,” Rapsody told HipHopDX. “I think it’s an opportunity to show there’s a lot of talent out here. Everybody’s talent isn’t always seen in all spaces, so it’s just another place for artists to come and show a different side of what they can bring to the microphone,” she said.

Rap City had a lot of appeal to fans because it wasn’t just about the big names in rap. A lot of the interviews were conducted with lesser-known and underground rappers. It originally premiered on the BET network in 1989 and ran until 2008. Rap City was officially cancelled in October 2008 and replaced The Deal which was also eventually cancelled.

Are you excited about the return of Rap City?

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Rvssian Debuts On Billboard With Chris Brown Assisted ‘Nostalgico’

Rvssian’s latest Latin single landed him a number of Billboard entries.

Since his music career took off, US-based Jamaican producer Rvssian has become no stranger to the Billboard charts. The Rich Immigrants exec has returned to the well sought after tally yet again thanks to his latest production, “Nostalgico,” with Chris Brown and Puerto Rico singer Rauw Alejandro.

The single debuts at No. 14 on the Hot Latin Songs chart this week while taking the No. 12 spot on Latin Streaming Songs and bows in the top 10 at No. 6 on the Latin Digital Song sales chart.

Released September 8 through Sony Latin Music, the reggaeton-infused “Nostalgico” has already garnered over 12 million views on its official music video on YouTube. Meanwhile, it is currently No. 135 on the Billboard Global Excluding US chart and 154 on the Billboard Global 200 chart.

Rvssian has already knocked down a number of Billboard hits over the course of his career with a legion of Latin acts but also with some top-tier artists in the US. In no particular order, he has in the past achieved the feat with “Kippy Krush” featuring Farruko, Nicki Minaj, Bad Bunny, and 21 Savage, “Writing on the Wall” featuring French Montana, Post Malone, and Cardi B, “Next to You” by Becky G and Digital Farm Animals, “Ponle” with J Balvin and Farruko and “No Me Ame” featuring Anuel AA and the late Juice WRLD.

Rvssian, Chris Brown & Rauw Alejandro

While Rvssian continues to flourish over on the Latin charts, other popular reggae-influenced track “Gyalis” by New York rapper Capella Grey which has blown up this year, is still climbing upward on the Billboard. Along with debuting at No. 47 on Radio Songs, the breakout single surges to a new peak at No. 64 on the Billboard Hot 100 in its eighth week on the chart and rises to No. 29 on the Hot R&B and Hip-Hop Songs chart.

The short but undeniably sweet track also maintains a series of top 10 positions across multiple Billboard tallies. On the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, it inches up to No. 9; on Hot R&B Songs, it takes a step up to No. 6; and on Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay, it peaks at No. 7.

While Rvssian celebrates another Billboard hit assisted by Chris Brown, Capella Grey is also set to release a remix for “Gyalis” this Friday with the famous R&B singer and dancehall artist Popcaan. This should catapult the already buzzing single even further into the spotlight. Jamaican music is still heavily influencing the mainstream and has become a part of the makeup of the current fabric of popular music, and its undisputed presence is evidenced all over charts worldwide.

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Dancehall Icon Nadine Sutherland Calls Out Entertainers Who ‘hide and jook’

Nadine Sutherland says some entertainers in the Jamaican music industry are getting vaxxed in secrecy.

The veteran dancehall deejay called out other artists for their hypocrisy in taking the vaccine in secret but maintaining an anti-vaccination stance in the public domain. On Wednesday night, the “Chatty Chatty” singer did not call any names, but she did say that there were entertainers who were publicly against taking the vaccine but ended up “hide and jook” so that they benefited from the vaccine travel restrictions imposed by countries.

“Yesterday, I realized that some people are hiding and ‘jook’. Hide an jook is a talk on the streets. Some Entertainers are taking the jook secretly, not wanting their fans to know. Hmmmm,” the outspoken deejay noted. “November is going to be interesting, I guess some will be outed. The US dollar beckons!” she said.

Nadine Sutherland was speaking in reference to the travel restrictions imposed by the United States that takes effect in November. It requires that all non-US citizens traveling to the country be fully vaccinated. Those who aren’t cannot enter the country, something that would particularly affect Jamaican entertainers who perform and tour in the U.S.

Nadine Sutherland & Spragga Benz

While some entertainers like Mr. Lexx have publicly supported the vaccines and urge people to get vaxxed so everything can get back to normal, others like Buju Banton and even some popular DJs have been against the government’s efforts and are actively telling people not to get jab.

Meanwhile, Sutherland noted that the hypocrisy appears to be a result of artists being trapped by their own support for the anti-vaccine culture, which fans have bought into.

Responding to a comment on her post, Nadine Sutherland says while some entertainers are anti-vaxxers others feel trapped into supporting the popular anti-vaxx culture in which many of their fans believe.

“My thoughts are some are ‘trapped’. They personally understand how important it is to be vaxxed, but they publicly endorse the anti vax mindset of a lot of people in Jamaica, which includes their fan base. Some are just anti vaxxers,” she said.

Yesterday, I realized that some people are hiding and 'jook'. Hide an jook is a talk on the streets. Some Entertainers are taking the jook secretly, not wanting their fans to know. Hmmmm, November is going to be interesting, I guess some will be outed. The US dollar beckons!

— NadineSutherland (@Nadinesutherlan) September 29, 2021

My thoughts are,some are 'trapped'. They personally understand how important it is to be vaxxed, but they publicly endorse the anti vax mindset of a lot of people in Jamaica, which includes their fan base. Some are just anti vaxxers.

— NadineSutherland (@Nadinesutherlan) September 29, 2021

In a new post on her Instagra, Nadine Sutherland makes it clear that she is not retracting her statement despite criticism from some quarters of the industry.

“Yesterday, I made a post highlighting a current situation in the Jamaican music industry, about ‘hide and jook’,” Sutherland said. “I’m not retracting, as this is a true phenomenon that is occurring, not only in our Entertainment industry, but generally, in societies, across the world.”

“The reality is, people a ‘hide an jook’. It’s crazy how this blew up, as my intent was to humorously state this fact,” she continues. “Some people got it and laughed, some wanted to understand this occurrence from a deeper level, while others … Wow, unnu deep sah. There is no evidence in that post that had me incrimnating or judging anyone for this choice! None at all! I know, I cannot control the lenses of how people interpret the world, or my words.”

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Romeich Wipes His Instagram Clean After Showing Off His New Studio

Romeich Major wipes his Instagram account clean off all photos and videos after giving fans a glimpse of his new fully renovated studio.

Romeich Major has shown some serious work ethic over the years, and it looks like all his hard work is paying off. It’s unclear why Shenseea’s manager deleted all his posts, but his IG account is still live. He shared a bible scripture as his display photo.

The manager and CEO of Romeich Entertainment recently showed off his new recording studio, a sign that he’s looking to stamp even more authority in the dancehall genre.

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In a video posted to Instagram, he gave fans a glimpse of the sleek and modern-looking studio. The short clip with Ding Dong’s “Flairy” blasting in the background also revealed pristine-looking equipment and untouched furniture. He made the post last night, September 21.

He revealed that the studio was not quite ready but very close to completion. His aim is to have some “fire songs” produced at the location. He also took the time to silence critics who had been saying that he may be getting out of the music business since he announced that he was selling his old studio.

“See a lot of you asking why I am selling out my studio. Learn this, music is my joy, I will always be working musically, just have to UPGRADE,” he said. It looks like he’s planning to make some major moves as he also revealed that this studio is just one of three that he’s hoping to build.

He also used the opportunity to throw out a job opening to his over one million fans as he said he was looking for a full-time engineer. He stressed, though, that “lazy and mix up” workers could stay far from his brand.

The post has already been viewed more than 50,000 times, and artists Chris Martin, Iwaata, and Ding Dong, have already said they’re willing and fired up to start recording at the studio.

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Brick & Lace’s Nyla Reacts To ‘Light It Up Remix’ With Major Lazer Going 2X Platinum in the US

For any singer, there are a few markers in your career that let you know that your music is being appreciated. One of those has to be when your album or track goes platinum. For the singer Nyla, she recently got the ultimate confirmation that she’s on the right track as her song “Light it Up” (remix) has been certified double-platinum in the United States.

The track is a collaboration with Major Lazer and British Ghanian Afrobeats artist Fuse ODG, and it received double platinum status from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) earlier this month on September 15, after pulling sales of more than 2,000,000 units.

Nyla spoke with the Jamaica Observer after receiving the news and described the feeling as truly awesome. She added that she was very grateful and proud. The singer added that even though she felt it was a well-written track, she was not sure if it would be appreciated by the fans.

The 37-year-old, whose real name is Nailah Thorbourne, added that she was also ecstatic that the song had resonated in such a major way with fans. She admitted that she didn’t think that it would become such a huge hit or that it would be such a defining moment in her career.

The track has been out since November 2015, when it was featured on Major Lazer’s third full-length album, Peace is the Mission. That album has already been certified gold for sales of more than 500,000 units.

Nyla also shared how the collaboration came about, explaining that her publisher Sony was instrumental in making it happen.

“They had sent me some of their (Major Lazer) tracks to write to. I really enjoyed performing with them. Their shows are very dynamic and I enjoyed being a part of that dynamism,” she added.

Nyla

Nyla and her sisters Tasha and Nyanda were once part of the popular reggae-fusion group Brick and Lace. She was raised in Jamaica and attended Campion College. Her father is Jamaican while her mother is an African American. She would later go on to study at Miami Dade College in Florida.

After Brick & Lace became a duo consisting of Nyla and Nyanda, the pair signed a record deal with Akon’s Konvict Muzik /Geffen Records. Their first album, Love Is Wicked, was released in 2007 and did well. At least four tracks from the album charted, with their biggest and most popular hit being “Love Is Wicked,” which also performed well on world charts.

The trio would get back together in 2010 to form a new songwriting team that they named Bloodline. That has also been very successful for them, and they’ve now written songs for some of the more popular artists in the US like Kelly Rowland, Christina Aguilera, and Nicole Scherzinger, to name a few. She and her sisters also recently started the Love is Wicked fashion line.

“Light it Up” (remix) has performed well on several different charts around the world. It was in the top 10 in at least 15 countries around the world, including United Kingdom, Belgium, Austria, Ireland, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Poland, Romania, and Slovakia. In the US, it peaked at number 73 on the Billboard Hot 100 and held the number one position on the Billboard’s Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart.

The song has also been certified platinum in many countries around the world, including 3x platinum (120,000) in Spain, platinum (15,000) in New Zealand, 2x platinum (180,000) in Denmark, 2x platinum (40,000) in Belgium, 2x platinum (1.2 million) in the United Kingdom, platinum (400,000) in Germany, 5x platinum (250,000) in Italy, and Diamond (333,000) in France.

Even with all her success so far, Nyla said she chooses to focus her energy on her newborn daughter and adjusting to the new role of being a mom.

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A growing number of conservative lawmakers on Capitol Hill are rallying to the cause of a Marine lieutenant colonel jailed this week for his outspoken and repeated criticism of his superiors and what he said was their failure to take responsibility for the mishandling of the chaotic final days of the U.S. war in Afghanistan.

Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller lost his job as commander of the Advanced Infantry Training Battalion at North Carolina’s Camp Lejeune after posting a video demanding accountability from top military leaders following the August 26 suicide bombing at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Afghanistan that killed 13 U.S. service members and more than 160 Afghan citizens. He followed that up with several more critical videos posted online and even wrote about the gag order his superiors had issued demanding he stop.

This week he was moved to the brig at Camp Lejeune, N.C. because the Marine Corps considers him a flight risk and believes China could use as propaganda his videos demanding accountability from Pentagon leaders over their handling of Afghanistan, according to someone familiar with the case against the Marine officer. 

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Lt. Col. Scheller’s father in an interview with The Washington Times called his son’s jailing “disgusting,” and now at least three dozen lawmakers, led by Texas Republican Rep. Louis Gohmert, have written to Marine Corps Commandant Gen. David H. Berger and the service’s top legal officer questioning the treatment of the lieutenant colonel. The clash comes amid rising criticisms of the Pentagon brass by some lawmakers that political conservatives in the ranks are being unfairly targeted since President Biden took office.

“This confinement appears to be simply for messaging, retribution and convenience” in violation of military legal statutes, the Hill letter read in part, urging Gen. Berger to move the lieutenant colonel to “the least restrictive form of housing” as his case is heard. The letter openly questions the Corps’s stated rationale that Lt. Col Scheller was incarcerated because he was a “flight risk.” 

In a statement released to The Times, Marine Corps officials confirmed Lt. Col. Scheller is being held pending an Article 32 preliminary hearing — similar to a pre-trial hearing in a civilian courtroom. Potential charges under the Uniform Code of Military Justice being considered in the case include contempt toward officials; failure to obey lawful general orders and conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman.

“The allegations against Lt. Col. Scheller are merely accusations. He is presumed innocent until proven guilty,” Marine Corps officials said in a statement.

White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, asked about the case at her daily news briefing, declined to weigh in after it was noted President Biden praised active-duty military officers who went public with concerns about President Trump’s handling of a Ukraine arms deal.

“I don’t have all the details on these circumstances. I understand that’s going to be frustrating to you, but we will work to get you an answer on it,” Ms. Psaki said.

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un lashed out at the Biden administration, claiming its repeated offers of direct diplomatic talks are merely part of a deceptive plot designed to distract from America’s ongoing “hostile policy” toward Pyongyang.

While the North Korean leader says he’s willing to restore communication with U.S. ally South Korea, he expressed outward frustration at the “new administration” in Washington during a key policy speech to the Pyongyang regime’s rubber-stamp legislature. As recently as this month, the State Department’s point man on the North Korean nuclear crisis Sung Kim acknowledged on an Asian tour the U.S. had made “multiple” offers to Mr. Kim‘s regime for talks.

“The U.S. is touting ‘diplomatic engagement’ and ‘dialogue without preconditions,’ but it is no more than a petty trick for deceiving the international community and hiding its hostile acts and an extension of the hostile policy pursued by the successive U.S. administrations,” Mr. Kim said, according to North Korean state media.

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There was no immediate reaction from the Biden administration.

U.S.-North Korean direct talks have been stalled for more than two years following a pair of high-stakes leader-level summits between Mr. Kim and former President Trump. The summits captured world attention, but ultimately failed to convince North Korea to abandon the nuclear weapons program it has clandestinely built in violation of decades of U.N. Security Council resolutions.

Since coming to office nine months ago, President Biden has kept U.S. sanctions in place against North Korea and gone ahead with joint U.S.-South Korea military drills that have triggered outrage in Pyongyang, which has responded with a series of provocative missile test launches.

The U.N. Security Council has scheduled an emergency closed meeting Thursday at the request of the United States, the U.K. and France to discuss North Korea’s recent tests, including what the regime says is a new cruise missile that could potentially deliver a nuclear warhead, the Associated Press reported.

North Korea has long had a policy of trying to drive a wedge between Seoul and Washington, and Mr. Kim appeared to be employing the same playbook in his most recent address, in part in hopes that South Korea can help him win relief from crippling U.S.-led economic sanctions.

U.S. Special Envoy for North Korea Policy Sung Kim said during a Sept. 13 meeting with his South Korean and Japanese counterparts in Tokyo that “we hope [North Korea] will respond positively to our multiple offers to meet without preconditions.”

The administration‘s handling of North Korea policy has drawn criticism from Mr. Trump’s secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, who says the White House’s lack of a coherent response to Pyongyang’s provocations jeopardizes American credibility with allies who want “leadership from the United States.”

“I’m concerned that the United States is returning to an Obama-era policy of ‘Strategic Patience 2.0,’” Mr. Pompeo told an audience of dignitaries from South Korea and Japan at a virtual gathering hosted earlier this month by The Washington Times Foundation and the Universal Peace Federation.

Mr. Pompeo referred to years of waffling by the Bush and Obama administrations before an escalation of sanctions and other pressure on Pyongyang led to historic summits between Mr. Trump and Mr. Kim.

“If the Biden administration continues dithering, it will only give the regime more time to undermine sanctions,” Mr. Pompeo said.

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Suicide rates in the U.S. military increased from 2015 to 2020 and the trend shows no signs of slowing, Pentagon officials acknowledged Thursday while releasing the Department of Defense’s 2020 Annual Suicide Report.

Pentagon officials said 580 active-duty service members died at their own hands in 2020, a 15% jump over the 504 suicides recorded in the previous year. The report shows that the suicide rate for active component military members increased for five years up to that point.

“I feel these losses personally and mourn alongside the families and loved ones of those we have lost,” Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin said in a statement. “Each suicide sends forth wave after wave of pain and grief. One such tragedy is too many.”

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Dr. Karin Orvis, director of the Defense Suicide Prevention Office, said military members aren’t immune from the same mental health challenges faced by the civilian community.

“Suicide remains a serious public health issue in our nation and military. Our efforts must address the many aspects of life that impact suicide,” Dr. Orvis said in a statement. “We are continuing to collaborate with federal and non-federal partners to change the conversation around mental health and suicide.”

The data in the study doesn’t indicate a COVID-19 link to the rising military suicide rate. Enlisted members and the young are considered most at risk for suicide, Pentagon officials said.

“The findings are troubling. Suicide rates among our service members and military families are still too high and the trends are not going in the right direction,” Mr. Austin said.

While the report covered a period before the controversial U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, Mr. Austin said he realized these are “difficult days” for many people in the Pentagon workforce.

“As I have said, ‘Mental health is health — period.’ We must all do more, at every level, to end the stigma against getting help,” Mr. Austin said. “Reaching out is a sign of strength and resilience.”

Confidential support for veterans is available at websites such as militaryonesource.mil or veteranscrisisline.net.

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BERLIN (AP) — A former secretary for the SS commander of the Stutthof concentration camp was being sought on an arrest warrant Thursday after skipping the planned start of her trial in Germany on more than 11,000 counts of accessory to murder, officials said.

The 96-year-old woman left the home where she lives in a taxi on Thursday morning, heading for a subway station on the outskirts of Hamburg, German news agency dpa quoted Itzehoe state court spokeswoman Frederike Milhoffer as saying. Her destination wasn’t known.

Presiding judge Dominik Gross said the court had issued an arrest warrant, and it remained to be seen whether she would be caught.

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Prosecutors argue that the woman was part of the apparatus that helped the Nazi camp function during World War II more than 75 years ago.

The court said in a statement before the trial that the defendant allegedly “aided and abetted those in charge of the camp in the systematic killing of those imprisoned there between June 1943 and April 1945 in her function as a stenographer and typist in the camp commandant’s office.”

Despite her advanced age, the German woman was to be tried in juvenile court because she was under 21 at the time of the alleged crimes. German media identified her as Irmgard Furchner.

Efraim Zuroff, the head Nazi hunter at the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s office in Jerusalem, said the defendant had claimed in a recent letter to the court that she was too frail to appear for trial.

“Apparently, that’s not exactly the case,” he said.

“If she is healthy enough to flee, she is healthy enough to be incarcerated,” Zuroff told The Associated Press. Her flight, he added, “should also affect the punishment.”

The case against Furchner relies on German legal precedent established in cases over the past decade that anyone who helped Nazi death camps and concentration camps function can be prosecuted as an accessory to the murders committed there, even without evidence of participation in a specific crime.

A defense lawyer told Der Spiegel magazine that the trial would center on whether the 96-year-old had knowledge of the atrocities that happened at the camp.

“My client worked in the midst of SS men who were experienced in violence – however, does that mean she shared their state of knowledge? That is not necessarily obvious,” lawyer Wolf Molkentin said.

According to other media reports, Furchner was questioned as a witness during past Nazi trials and said at the time that the former SS commandant of Stutthof, Paul Werner Hoppe, dictated daily letters and radio messages to her.

Furchner testified she was not aware of the killings that occurred at the camp while she worked there, dpa reported.

Initially a collection point for Jews and non-Jewish Poles removed from Danzig — now the Polish city of Gdansk — Stutthof from about 1940 was used as a so-called “work education camp” where forced laborers, primarily Polish and Soviet citizens, were sent to serve sentences and often died.

From mid-1944, tens of thousands of Jews from ghettos in the Baltics and from Auschwitz filled the camp, along with thousands of Polish civilians swept up in the brutal Nazi suppression of the Warsaw uprising.

Others incarcerated there included political prisoners, accused criminals, people suspected of homosexual activity and Jehovah’s Witnesses.

More than 60,000 people were killed there by being given lethal injections of gasoline or phenol directly to their hearts, or being shot or starved. Others were forced outside in winter without clothing until they died of exposure, or were put to death in a gas chamber.

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Frank Jordans and Geir Moulson in Berlin contributed to this report.

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PARIS (AP) — French ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy, who was convicted Thursday and sentenced to a year of house arrest for illegal campaign financing of his unsuccessful 2012 reelection bid, will appeal the ruling, his lawyer said.

The court said Sarkozy would be allowed to serve the one-year sentence at home by wearing an electronic monitoring bracelet.

Sarkozy’s lawyer, Thierry Herzog, noted that the sentence corresponds to the maximum his client faced. He said he had spoken with Sarkozy, who had asked him to appeal.

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“The verdict won’t be enforceable” pending appeal, he added.

Sarkozy, France’s president from 2007 to 2012, had vigorously denied wrongdoing during the trial in May and June.

Sarkozy wasn’t present at the Paris court for the ruling. He is accused of having spent almost twice the maximum legal amount of 22.5 million euros ($27.5 million) on the reelection bid that he lost to Socialist Francois Hollande.

The court stated that Sarkozy “knew” the legal limit was at stake and “voluntarily” failed to supervise additional expenses.

Thursday’s verdict comes after Sarkozy, 66, was found guilty on March 1 of corruption and influence peddling in another case. He was given a year in prison, and two years suspended, in that case but is free pending appeal.

It is the first time in France’s modern history that a former president has been convicted and sentenced to a prison term for actions during his term. Sarkozy’s predecessor, Jacques Chirac, was found guilty in 2011 of misuse of public money during his time as Paris mayor and was given a two-year suspended prison sentence.

In the campaign financing case, prosecutors concluded that Sarkozy knew weeks before the 2012 election that his expenses — which are strictly limited under French law — were getting close to the legal maximum. They accused him of having ignored two notes from his accountants warning about the money issue.

The court on Thursday said despite being aware of the risk of exceeding the limit, he chose to organize many rallies, including giant ones. “These rallies have been approved by Nicolas Sarkozy and he took advantage of them,” the court said.

During the trial, Sarkozy told the court the extra money didn’t go into his campaign, but instead helped make other people richer. He denied any “fraudulent intent.” He also insisted he didn’t handle the day-to-day organization because he had a team to do that and therefore couldn’t be blamed for the amount of spending.

In addition to the former president, 13 other people went on trial, including members of his conservative Republicans party, accountants and heads of the communication group in charge of organizing the rallies, Bygmalion.

They have all been found guilty, with sentences going from a suspended prison sentence to two years of house arrest with an electronic bracelet. Various charges include forgery, fraud and complicity in illegal campaign financing.

Some have acknowledged wrongdoing and detailed the system of false invoices that aimed to cover up the overspending.

Sarkozy retired from active politics in 2017, but is still playing a role behind the scenes. French media have reported that he is involved in the process of choosing a conservative candidate ahead of France‘s presidential election next year.

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Homeland Security announced Wednesday that it has formed a task force to “rebuild” the Remain in Mexico policy the Trump administration used to solve the last border surge — though the department said it needs Mexico‘s cooperation in order to move forward.

At the same time the Department said it still intends to issue a new memo canceling the policy, officially known as the Migrant Protection Protocols, “in the coming weeks.”

The confusing — and seemingly conflicting — announcements come as Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas tries to battle a court ruling that ordered him to re-start MPP. The judge said he must act in “good faith” to revive the program.

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Under MPP, illegal immigrants are pushed back across the border into Mexico to wait for their immigration court dates in the U.S. The policy effectively denied them the foothold in the U.S. that they had sought, and Homeland Security says it was instrumental in solving the last surge.

Immigrant-rights activists complained that it sent migrants back to squalid and sometimes dangerous conditions in Mexico — and the Biden team agreed, issuing an early order halting the program. 

Mr. Mayorkas later issued a memo canceling it altogether, but a federal judge said he violated procedural law and ordered the program restarted.

Mr. Mayorkas’ critics have accused him of slow-walking the restoration, and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is leading the lawsuit, which asked the federal judge to step in and order the secretary to get a move on.

Wednesday’s announcement — an unsigned memo from the department — appears to be an attempt to placate the judge, while still making clear the Biden administration doesn’t want to see MPP revived.

“A new memorandum terminating MPP will not take effect until the current injunction is lifted by court order,” the announcement said. “In the meantime, while the court injunction remains in effect, the Department has been working in good faith to re-start MPP in compliance with the order, and it will continue to do so.”

The administration said it’s been holding “high-level diplomatic discussions with Mexico,” and has established the task force to “rebuild the infrastructure” of the program.

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The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told lawmakers Wednesday that terrorist organizations could regain footing in Afghanistan in as soon as six months leaving some lawmakers concerned that the war there is not over.

The remarks by Gen. Mark Milley came amid two consecutive days of contentious testimony before House and Senate panels escalated into heated flareups among lawmakers and calls for the Pentagon’s top brass to resign.

“I think right now, right this minute we are safer because of the efforts over the last 20 years,” Gen. Milley told the House Armed Services Committee on Wednesday. “However, I do think that conditions are more likely than not to develop over the course of time that will allow for the reconstitution of al Qaeda and/or ISIS.”

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“And that time varies depending on which analyst you’re listening to, but some time between say six to 12 and maybe 36 months,” he said.

Gen. Milley’s testimony came in hearing along with Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie, head of the U.S. Central Command.

Gen. McKenzie echoed the need for the U.S. to remain vigilant.

“The war on terror is not over, and the war in Afghanistan is not over either,” he said.

Neither general predicted a return of U.S. troops to Afghanistan in the near future, but their warnings compounded fears by some lawmakers that the U.S. ceded Afghanistan prematurely as the war on terrorism continues to rage.

Of particular concern for lawmakers on both sides of the aisle is whether the U.S. maintains a capability to combat terrorism in Afghanistan without boots on the ground.

The Biden administration has lauded its over-the-horizon counter-terrorism strategy, but with no military footprint and degraded intelligence capabilities in Afghanistan and the closest airbase from which to fly unmanned intelligence aircraft hours away, lawmakers were skeptical of the strategy.

Gen. Milley conceded in his testimony that the withdrawal damages the ability to confront potential terrorist threats in the region.

“I think the ends are going to remain the same to protect the American people, but I think the ways and means are going to change,” he said. “I think it is going to become much more difficult now to conduct counterterrorism operations against a reconstituted al Qaeda or ISIS in Afghanistan. Not impossible … but it will be more difficult.”

Rep. Mike Waltz, Florida Republican and a former Army Green Beret, became incensed by the strategy during his questioning and predicted the U.S. would be forced to return to Afghanistan sooner or later, drawing parallels with the U.S. return to Iraq to fight Islamic State after its 2011 withdrawal.

“I appreciate your candor with how difficult this is going to be. But the president of the United States is selling this country a fiction,” Mr. Waltz said.

“I am just livid at the fact, of the future Americans, that are going to have to go back to clean up this mess,” Mr. Waltz said.

Republicans seized on Wednesday’s testimony as another misalignment between the Pentagon and the White House contrasting Gen. McKenzie’s statement about the continuation of the war in Afghanistan with President Biden’s assertion on Aug. 31 that “the war in Afghanistan is now over.”

Wednesday’s testimony followed revelations Tuesday before the Senate Armed Services Committee that Gen. Milley and Gen. McKenzie both advised keeping at least 2,500 troops in Afghanistan and had privately advised the White House of their opposition to a full withdrawal.

Their statements seemed to contradict Mr. Biden’s claims in an August interview that Pentagon brass was on board with his Aug. 31 exit date, and led to a bitter partisan divide at Wednesday’s hearing.

House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith defended President Biden’s decision to end the U.S. combat mission in Afghanistan, telling the Pentagon’s top leadership the generals were “wrong” to keep U.S. troops in-country.

He also took aim at Republicans for their claims that Tuesday’s remarks were proof that Mr. Biden had misled the public in an August press interview with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos.

“This has been the subject of a huge misunderstanding in the last 24 hours and that, again, I find very, very disingenuous,” Mr. Smith said in his opening statement Wednesday.

But Mr. Smith’s comments did little to assuage Republicans, several of whom continued to raise the issue throughout the hearing.

“What President Biden said is we’re done,” Mr. Smith said in a heated argument partway through the hearing in response to continued Republican digs at the president. “We’re not going to have these hearings anymore. We’re not going to have the funerals anymore. We’re not going to lose the service members fighting a war that it is clear we cannot be successful.”

“We all pick nits with this decision, with that decision, why didn’t you say this, why didn’t you do that. Twenty years of a whole lot of people have led us to this point. And we said we’re going to stop,” he said.

While Republicans were quite galvanized in their criticism of Mr. Biden for the withdrawal, they were split in their criticism of the Pentagon.

Rep. Vicky Hartzler, Missouri Republican, chided Gen. Milley over the calls to his Chinese counterpart telling the general that the call was “worthy of your resignation.”

Rep. Matt Gaetz, Florida Republican, urged all three leaders to resign over the botched Afghanistan withdrawal.

“You have let down the people that wear the uniform in my district and all around this country,” he said. “You’re far more interested in what your perception is and how people think about you in insider Washington books than you care about winning which this group seems incapable of doing.”

But other Republicans apologized for their colleague’s remarks.

“For any member of this committee, for any American to question your loyalty to our nation, to question your understanding of our Constitution, your loyalty to our Constitution, your recognition and understanding of the civilian chain of command, is despicable,” said Rep. Liz Cheney, Wyoming Republican.

Wednesday’s hearing concludes the first round of testimony from Pentagon leadership on Afghanistan, though several members of the House panel have requested a closed hearing.

The Senate committee will hear testimony from outside national security experts on the withdrawal Thursday.

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In this image provided by the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Air Force loadmasters and pilots assigned to the 816th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron, load people being evacuated from Afghanistan onto a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III at Hamid Karzai International … more >

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By Stephen Dinan

The Washington Times

Wednesday, September 29, 2021

The Biden administration says the Afghanistan airlift was the largest rescue operation in history — yet a month after it ended, officials still can’t or won’t say exactly who was left behind, who made it out of the country or why they were the ones rescued.

About 124,000 people escaped Afghanistan, most on U.S.-run flights. More than 60,000 had reached the U.S. as of last week. Some were American citizens, and others were green card holders with permanent immigrant rights. Fewer than 2,000 were special visa holders by dint of their assistance to the U.S. war effort.

But more than 50,000 of them didn’t fall into any of those categories, leading to questions about who they are, why they are in the U.S. and what dangers they may pose. Reports of sex crimes and assaults have already emerged at military bases where they are staying.

SEE ALSO: Military brass dodge blowback, consequences from Afghanistan withdrawal debacle

Then there are 60,000 or so others who were evacuated to other countries. Many of those evacuees are sitting at U.S. military bases overseas while the government tries to verify their identities and stories, checks them against security databases and figures out where they should go.

The chaos of the aftermath matches the chaos of the withdrawal itself. The administration delayed a full evacuation until the Afghan government toppled and the Taliban took control, shutting down pathways to the airport — the last ground controlled by the U.S.

“It has now been a month since the U.S. withdrawal, and State and DoD are still unable to provide us with basic numbers and information,” said Rep. John Katko of New York, the top Republican on the House Homeland Security Committee. “This is unacceptable and violates the very checks and balances of our government.”

SEE ALSO: Top generals dispute Biden’s claims on Afghan withdrawal

It’s not even clear how many American citizens were left behind. Experts say the number should be readily available.

The State Department said the total is about 100, but members of Congress say that math doesn’t add up, given the 10,000 to 15,000 the department estimated were in Afghanistan and the 6,000 who were evacuated.

Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut Democrat, said trying to get answers has been “a Kafkaesque experience in bureaucracy.” He started with the Defense Department, which told him to talk to the National Security Council, which told him to talk to the State Department, which pointed him right back to the Defense Department.

“Nobody is in charge right now,” the senator told Pentagon leaders in a hearing this week.

Demands for information have streamed from Capitol Hill to the Pentagon, the State Department’s headquarters at Foggy Bottom, the Homeland Security Department’s St. Elizabeths campus and President Biden himself.

The response, lawmakers say, has been crickets.

Even when briefings are arranged, they provide no new details, senators told Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas last week.

Administration officials say the feat of getting 124,000 people out of Afghanistan is stunning and represents the largest such evacuation in history.

“Nothing like this has ever been done before, and no other military in the world could have pulled it off,” Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said.

Administration officials say most Americans who remained in Afghanistan didn’t want to leave. Congressional aides say that explanation is not helpful. They want to know whom the State Department has contacted and whether it considers a lack of response as a message of wanting to stay.

As for those who made it out, the administration says it is checking security databases and screening out those who shouldn’t be in the U.S. Mr. Mayorkas told Congress last week that the number failing the checks was “de minimis.”

The Washington Times has reported on two Afghans with serious felony records and previous deportations who made onto flights that reached the U.S., fueling calls by lawmakers on Capitol Hill for more transparency on what checks are being conducted, including whether previous deportees should be excluded.

Homeland Security has declined to answer those questions.

Over the past week, two Afghan evacuees at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin have been charged with sex crimes. Authorities are also investigating an assault on a female soldier by Afghan refugees at a military complex in New Mexico.

“Afghan men on U.S. bases have now assaulted women and children, yet the American people are being denied transparency,” said Rep. Yvette Herrell, New Mexico Republican. “It is more important than ever to demand answers in the wake of our chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan.”  

Rep. Thomas P. Tiffany, a Wisconsin Republican who has been tracking developments at Fort McCoy, where some 13,000 evacuees are being held, said the situation has turned out nothing like what Mr. Biden promised.

Hardly any of the Afghans are special visa holders. The fort’s capacity was supposed to be 10,000, but it got an order from Washington to go to 13,000. Of those, 600 were in quarantine for disease.

“We know disease is being imported into our country. We know there are people committing criminal acts that are being imported into our country,” the congressman said. “They brought some of the problems of Afghanistan into the United States.”

Mr. Tiffany said Afghans are free to walk out of the bases at any time. They are required to obtain vaccinations by a specific date or risk losing their status, though former Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials say it’s unlikely anyone would go looking for them.

Some Democrats on Capitol Hill have added their voices to the chorus calling for answers, but the party’s leaders have taken steps to shield the administration by limiting the number of hearings on the issue.

Mr. Mayorkas has testified about worldwide threats and faced questions over the Afghanistan evacuation, but he has yet to sit for a hearing exclusively on the issue.

Republicans say a parliamentary vote last week strips Congress of another tool it might have used to demand answers.

Lawmakers normally can pursue a resolution of inquiry, a formal demand for information. The ROIs, as they are known, are usually granted speedy debate privileges, but Democrats have derailed the process.

The limit on ROIs has been in place since at least May 2020, when the House was in pandemic mode.

Republican lawmakers said it’s time to lift the blockade, given the abundance of bungles from the Biden team.

“Democratic Leadership has suspended a centuries-old House rule that allows for more congressional oversight — all to protect President Biden from scrutiny for the multiple disasters his failed leadership has caused,” said Rep. Michael T. McCaul of Texas, the top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee.

A Democratic aide on the Rules Committee said committees like Mr. McCaul’s can conduct oversight in other ways, and lawmakers got a chance to offer proposals as part of the recent debate on the defense policy bill.

Democrats also fear that lifting the curb on ROIs would give Republicans a new means to derail committee agendas.

“Republicans have consistently tried to disrupt the House floor, demanding votes even on noncontroversial bills that they support. Now they are demanding even more tools to derail the work of congressional committees,” the Democratic aide said. “We are staying focused on allowing committees to do their work and passing legislation to provide for the American people.”

Corinna Fugate – Professional Cinderella Lyrics

I said I aspire to die
And you didn’t even bat an eyelash
Frame is smashed, blood on the floor
Hope is fading, there is no shore
I don’t mind walking home in the rain
No one can see I’m crying
It camoflages the pain

Professional Cinderella, I am praying
Was it too much to ask for
One happy ending
Professional Cinderella, my heart’s breaking
Was it too much to ask for one happy ending

Struggling for sanity
A tidal wave is over my shoulder
You love to judge me from two steps behind
But you don’t know me so don’t presume
To know the secrets of my heart and mind

Professional Cinderella, I am praying
Was it too much to ask for
One happy ending
Professional Cinderella, my heart’s breaking
Was it too much to ask for one happy ending

Ed Sheeran – Bad Habits Lyrics

[Intro]
(One, two, three, four)
Ooh, ooh

[Verse 1]
Every time you come around, you know I can't say no
Every time the sun goes down, I let you take control
I can feel the paradise before my world implodes
And tonight had something wonderful

[Chorus]
My bad habits lead to late nights endin' alone
Conversations with a stranger I barely know
Swearin' this will be the last, but it probably won't
I got nothin' left to lose, or use, or do
My bad habits lead to wide eyes stare into space
And I know I lose control of the things that I say
Yeah, I was lookin' for a way out, now I can't escape
Nothin' happens aftеr two, it's true, it's true
My bad habits lead to you

[Post-Chorus]
Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh
My bad habits lеad to you
Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh
My bad habits lead to you
[Verse 2]
Every pure intention ends when the good times start
Fallin' over everything to reach the first time's spark
It started under neon lights and then it all got dark
I only know how to go too far

[Chorus]
My bad habits lead to late nights endin' alone
Conversations with a stranger I barely know

Swearin' this will be the last, but it probably won't
I got nothin' left to lose, or use, or do
My bad habits lead to wide eyes stare into space
And I know I lose control of the things that I say
Yeah, I was lookin' for a way out, now I can't escape
Nothin' happens after two, it's true, it's true
My bad habits lead to you

[Post-Chorus]
Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh
My bad habits lead to you
Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh

[Bridge]
We took the long way 'round
Burned 'til the fun ran out, now
[Chorus]
My bad habits lead to late nights endin' alone
Conversations with a stranger I barely know
Swearin' this will be the last, but it probably won't
I got nothin' left to lose, or use, or do
My bad habits lead to wide eyes stare into space
And I know I lose control of the things that I say
Yeah, I was lookin' for a way out, now I can't escape
Nothin' happens after two, it's true, it's true
My bad habits lead to you

[Post-Chorus]
Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh
My bad habits lead to you
Ooh-ooh, ooh-ooh
My bad habits lead to you27

Warbringer – Divinity Of Flesh Lyrics

Through the dawn of time and space
The legacy that we create
The children of technology
The masters of our world

From clay
To steel
And stone
Transcend the flesh and bone
We watch
And wait
For a new age

On shoulders of giants we look to the stars
For we see beyond this small earth of ours
My life may be short
And soon I’ll be gone
But knowledge lives on
And that is the power of flesh

They cremate us
Annihilate us
We fall
But our monuments stand tall

Until the end of time
The mind is divine

On shoulders of giants we look to the stars

For we see beyond this small earth of ours
My life may be short
And soon I’ll be gone
But knowledge lives on
And that is the power of flesh

We’re cremated
Annihilated
Another scar
But the mind’s eye sees so far

I can see our destiny
To leave this world of ours
I see our future history
Written in the stars

From high in the cosmos, we look down on earth
For we have transcended our small universe
My soul will not perish
Long after I’m gone
My words will live on!
Divinity!
Divinity of flesh

Soft Boys – Kingdom Of Love Lyrics

In the spiritual kingdom of love
You’re the one that I’m thinking of
Yeah, in the spiritual kingdom of love
You’ve been laying eggs under my skin
Now they’re hatching out under my chin
Now there’s tiny insects showing through
Ann all them tiny insects look like you
In the primitive jungle of love
It’s funny what you’re capable of
Yeah, in the primitive jungle of love
Ah, the way you look and all the things you said
If look could kill then baby I’d be dead
Either someone’s cloned you and you aren’t

Or you’ve grown out of me just like a plant
Ain’t no way I’m gonna be anything I oughtta to be
All I want to do is be your creature
Ain’t no way I’m gonna be anything I wanna be
All I want to do is be your teacher
In the physical kingdom of time
I guess that your dish is full of slime
Well, in the physical kingdom of time
You know, I would ramble all through time and space
Just to have a duchess lick at your face
You’re the one I love or so it seems
Because you’ve confiscated all my dreams
Yeah

New Edition – I’m Comin’ Home Lyrics

Save tomorrow for me
I’m comin’ home to you
Oh girl, my baby
Save tomorrow for me
I’m comin’ home to you
Oh girl, my baby

I just called you up
Because you’ve been on my mind
So I can tell you what I feel
Oh, I’m missing you

I’ve been away too long
Now I’m coming home to you
It’s been hard for me
To fall asleep at night, my love

Because without you
I feel so alone
So I’m coming home

Save tomorrow for me
I’m comin’ home to you
Oh girl, my baby
Save tomorrow for me
I’m coming home to you
Oh girl, my baby

Since the day I left
And you went on your own way
My life’s just not the same
Oh, baby I’m needing you

And longing for your touch
Can I get a message through
I can hardly wait
To hold you in my arms

Oh girl
So don’t be busy
Cancel everything
‘Cause I’m
‘Cause tomorrow’s my day

Save tomorrow for me
(Aw baby)
I’m comin’ home to you
(And I want it all)
Oh girl, my baby
(My baby)

Save tomorrow for me
(Aw baby)
I’m coming home to you
(Girl, I’m comin’ home)

Oh girl, my baby
(My baby)

Save tomorrow for me
(Missing you, needing you)
I’m comin’ home to you
(Wanting you, each and every minute of the day)
Oh girl, my baby
(Yeah)

Save tomorrow for me
(I know you know sugar, I know you know)
I’m coming home to you
(I’m comin’ home to you)
Oh girl, my baby
(Girl, you like this)

Away too long
Missing you so I’m comin’ home
Save me tomorrow
Away too long
Missing you so I’m comin’ home
Save me tomorrow

Save tomorrow
Away too long
(Baby save tomorrow ’cause I’m comin home)
Missing you so I’m comin’ home
(Because without you I feel so alone)
Save me tomorrow

(Save tomorrow)
Away too long
(Since the day I left)
Missing you
(I was needing you)
Comin’ home
(Now I’m comin’ home)
(My baby to you)
Comin’ to you

Away too long
(Can I get a message through)
Missing you
(Because I’m comin’ home)
Comin’ home
(Home home home home)
Home to you

Away too long
Oh, I love you
I love you, too

Monsta X – Mirror Lyrics

[Verse 1]
눈을 떠 거울을 보면 나도 모르는 내가 있어
바뀐 건 하나밖에 없어 더 이상 내 곁에 넌 없어
아무리 소리쳐 불러도 대답은 없어, 없어, 넌 없어
부서진 거울 속 미쳐버린 내가 있어, 울부짖고 있어

[Chorus]
Ooh-ooh, man in the mirror, 싫어 내가 미워 (미워)
Ooh-ooh, 끝없는 미로, 그리워, 네가 그리워

[Verse 2]
너와의 모든 시간 수십 편의 단편 영화
잊을 수 없을 만큼 짧고 아름다웠어
너 없는 지금의 난 지루한 소설 같아
모든 게 너 없인 이해가 되질 않아
아무리 소리쳐 불러도 대답은 없어, 없어, 넌 없어
부서진 거울 속 미쳐버린 내가 있어, 울부짖고 있어

[Chorus]
Ooh-ooh, man in the mirror, 싫어 내가 미워 (미워)
Ooh-ooh, 끝없는 미로, 그리워, 네가 그리워

[Verse 3]
I hate myself when I look through the mirror
Think I’m getting mad, this thing is torture
Hope you feel me, ’cause I felt ya
Lemme get out of this
자책에 자아도취 자학하고 눈 깔아보지
거울 속 바보 같은 이 버러지만 바라보지
날 떳떳이 마주할 수 없거든 이제 난 없거든
비워내고 싶은 이 미련한 감정 (Oh-oh)
더욱이 내 자세를 낮춰
차라리 빌면 괜찮아지겠지
I’m sick of my hysteria, huh

[Chorus]
Ooh-ooh, man in the mirror, 싫어 내가 미워 (미워)
Ooh-ooh, 끝없는 미로, 그리워, 네가 그리워

[Outro]
Man in the mirror, 싫어 내가 미워

Currensy – Where Da Cash At Lyrics

[Intro]
You Catch My Girl Legs Open Betta Smash That
Dont Be Surprised If She Asked Where The Cash At

[Hook]
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Dont Be Surprised If She Asked Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Dont Be Surprised If She Asked Where The Cash At

[Verse 1: Currency]
Bitches Come A Dime A Dozen, I f*ck ‘Em Sistas Cuzzins
Its A Revolver Dawg p*ssy Go And p*ssy Comin
And When It Go To You Its Comin Back To Me Wit Money
I Told Her Put Some Shoes On And Keep My Paper Runnin
I Put My Mack, Downnnn Just Like A G Supposed To
And If She Dont Come Home Wit It Than She Sleepin Over
I Got Her Creepin Over, We Do It Than Its Over
I Like Them A’Maries, You Can Have Them Momma Rostas
Them Niggaz Down Below Us, Baby We Up And Over
Im Tryin To Get Inside That Thang That Sit Between Ya
Shoulders
Im Talkin Large Totals, Im Talkin Large Motives,
Im Talkin Burner Rubber That Melted Pirelli Odor
Im Hoppin Out Unoticed, You Lookin At My Biiitch
You Wanna Holla You Can Holla Take Her On A Trip
But When The Deed’S Done, You Gotta Send Her Back…

[Hook]
…Dont Be Suprised If She Asked Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Dont Be Surprised If She Asked Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Dont Be Surprised If She Asked Where The Cash At

[Verse 2: Lil Wayne]
I Got A Bitch In The Back, Gotta A Hoe In The Front
Got Purp In The Dutch, Got Purp In The Cup
I Tell Her, Get Ya Money Hoe Or Just Stop Breathing
Cuz If It Aint About That Doe It Aint About Me Neither
See A Gangsta Like Myself I Get That Paper And p*ssy
Than That One I Make That p*ssy Bring That Paper
Straight To Me
Bitch! You Lookin At A Real Pimp Ask My Old Hoe
And They’Ll Tell Ya No Remote I Control Hoes

Im A Hold On Give You That Game Moma
If Ya Aint Payin Than You Shouldn’T Be Playin Im Sayin
Broke Niggaz Only Make Jokes Nigga
I Make More Than I Can Fit In This Quote Nigga
Unquote Come Sun Soak Wit Me Bitch
Fly Ya Down Here And Put You On Some South Beach Shit
And If You Smile At My Bitch I’Ll Make Her Smile
Back…

[Hook]
…Dont Be Suprised If She Asked Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Dont Be Surprised If She Asked Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Dont Be Surprised If She Asked Where The Cash At

[Verse 3: Remy Ma]
See That Otha Chick Ass Fat, She Stuck Where The Cash
At
Rem Stuck Where The Paper, Plastic, Product, And Where
The Stash At
Where The Keys To The Whip And Crib And Where The
Address At
That Bitch That Be Hidin Shit In Her Ass Crack
Niggaz Dont f*ckin Call Me Baby Like Im Related To
Weezy
Some Of ‘Em Call Me R, None Of Them Call Me Easy
I Got Done f*ckin A Man Now This Bird Is Callin Me
Screamin
Check The Way, Bicthes I Be Fryin They Be Call Em
Breezy
See I Know He Gotta Man But Im Coofey In The Otha One
Cuz He Cant Get Tight, When He Hear I Pipped Anotha One
I Dont Fall In Love With Them, Come And Than Im Done
With Them
Most They Get From Me, Is Wet p*ssy And Some Bubble Gum
But, This One Dude Had Me Laughin
It Is Just One Thing I Cant Stand Is A Baggy Magnum
Would’Ve Thought Somebody Threw Me A Camera The Way I
Caught A Flash Back…

[Hook]
…Dont Be Suprised If She Asked Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Dont Be Surprised If She Asked Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Where The Where The Cash At, Where The Cash At
Dont Be Surprised If She Asked Where The Cash At

Jonathan Stockstill – Let The Church Rise Lyrics

We are alive filled with Your glorious life
Out of the dark into Your marvelous light
We are waiting with expectations
Spirit, raise us up with You

(Chorus)
Let the Church rise from the ashes
Let the Church fall to her knees
Let us be light in the darkness
Let the Church rise
Let the Church rise

(Verse 2)
Moving with power,
Bringing Your name to the earth
Singing Your praises, lifting up glorious songs
We are moving with His compassion
Spirit fill our hearts with You

(Bridge)
Let Your wind blow
Let Your wind blow
Let Your wind blow
Revive us again Lord

Teen Top – Don’t Drink Lyrics

Achime nuneul tteumyeon
Jeil meonjeo haendeupon
Ne dapjang hwaginhae
Eoril jeok jibe honja
Isseul ttae boda deo manhi
Naneun oerowojyeo

Good morning baby
Rago badabogo sipdan ge
Simhan butagiya?
Nae yeolmae ane gajang meonjeo maejhyeo jwo
Ige budami dwae?
Neol sagwin daeum nan guchahage
Manheun geon an barae neomanui
Gwansimi piryohae han madi
Rago nal geokjeonghaneun neoui
Munja hanamyeon dwae nal wihan

Sul masijima
Jjalpeun chimado pain osdo silheo
Neon nae yeojanikka
Dareun namjaga neol chyeodabol ttaemyeon
Mutjido anhassneunde
Namjachingu issda malhae

Nan sasil
(Seutokeoneun anya)
Ireon gamjeong
Maldo an doejiman
(Cheoeumilgeol)
Nega janeun moseupdo
Ilhaneun moseupdo
Bogo sipeun sunganmada
Kkeonae bogo sipeun geol

Joha nappeun yeojayeodo
Pyeonhan oscharimieodo
Ne juwi siseondeul jipjungdoejanha

Neon gwansim eopsda haedo
Yangteoreul sseun neukdaedeul geokjeongi dwae
Eotteon saramdeuri nege deuridae
Gonranhage halji geokjeongi dwae
Ireon nareul jogeum deo ihaehae jwo

Dareun chingudeulgwa isseul ttae
Munjaro haji malgo
Nae jeonhwa jom bada
Geunyang namja saram chinguga
Neon wae geuri manha
Naega neul seolleideusi
Nugunga nege banhamyeon nan eotteokhae

Sul masijima
Jjalpeun chimado pain osdo silheo
Neon nae yeojanikka
Dareun namjaga neol chyeodabol ttaemyeon
Mutjido anhassneunde
Namjachingu issda malhae

Sul masijima
Jjalpeun chimado pain osdo silheo
Neon nae yeojanikka
Dareun namjaga neol chyeodabol ttaemyeon
Mutjido anhassneunde
Namjachingu issda malhae

Rarararara rarararara
Rarararara ra ra ra
(Namjachingu~ yeah! kkok issda malhae~)

Namjachingu kkok issda malhae