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What is Brandy’s song ‘Bye BiPolar’ really about? Her new album B7 has become the talk of the town!



After the arrival of her new album ‘B7’, Brandy Norwood started drifting on social media with a few of the album’s tracks getting a ton of commendation. One specific track ‘Bye BiPolar’ is getting a great deal of adoration yet its importance has been marginally confused. ‘B7’ marks a superb rebound for Norwood, who is better known by her mononym Brandy, as the album is her first significant undertaking in quite a while.

Fans possess genuinely hung tight along with energy for another studio album, or even a solitary discharge, after her 6th studio album ‘Two Eleven’ discharged in 2012.

In spite of the fact that Brandy clarified her track and the utilization of the word bipolar is an analogy for her affection life, the vocalist thinks about doing combating emotional well-being issues and has a couple of things she needs others to think about the battle too. As indicated by Its media Lodge, Brandy has clarified that the track and utilization of the word bipolar is an analogy for her adoration life. Prior to jumping further, consider the accompanying verses:

“Bye-bye bye bipolar. I don’t really want no more disorder / Pretty boy in love got both shoulders colder / Cuz you strung me like the thread I was damn near dead / And you f**ked with my head like lead, Russian roulette / And I cried and cried and cried and cried and cried / Died and died and died and died alive / Lied and lied and lied / And now I’m high as a kite / Soar”

In the verses, it is clear there are two gatherings included. As opposed to a reflective look with the bipolar issue itself as her foe, the melody is progressing from assuming the fault with her psychological battles into being liberated from it and acknowledging everything originated from the treatment of her “pretty boy” accomplice. It is passionate without a doubt, yet the “soar” toward the end connotes her brain presently hovers over her past mental tribulations.

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MGM Lands Peter Dinklage-Led ‘Cyrano’ Musical Adaptation




Joe Wright is set to direct a cast that also includes Haley Bennett, Brian Tyree Henry and Ben Mendelsohn.

MGM has landed another star-studded package. The studio has picked up Cyrano, a musical adaption of Edmond Rostand’s 1897 verse drama Cyrano de Bergerac that will see Peter Dinklage reprise the role he played onstage in 2019.

Joe Wright is set to direct a cast that also includes Haley Bennett, Brian Tyree Henry and Ben Mendelsohn. Erica Schmidt wrote the screenplay. Music is by The National songwriter-musicians Aaron and Bryce Dessner, with lyrics by lead vocalist Matt Berninger and longtime collaborator Carin Besser.

Working Title’s Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner will produce along with Guy Heeley.

CAA Media Finance brokered the deal with MGM.

This is the latest splashy purchase for MGM, now under the new direction of Michael De Luca.

The studio recently picked up Ridley Scott’s Gucci — a true-crime drama about the murder of fashion trailblazer Maurizio Gucci that has Lady Gaga in talks to star — and an Andy Weir space drama with Ryan Gosling set to topline and Phil Lord and Chris Miller on board to direct. They also nabbed Paul Thomas Anderson’s next movie from Focus Features.

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Another Ellen DeGeneres Accuser Comes Forward: Her Employees Are All Afraid of Her!



In recent weeks, rumors about misconduct from Ellen DeGeneres and her top employees have made the leap from celebrity gossip to mainstream news.

The reports have come as a shock to fans who believed that Ellen’s onscreen persona — that of an ebullient do-gooder who lives to help those who are less fortunate — was an accurate reflection of her behavior off camera.

Now, along with several of her staffers, DeGeneres is being investigated by WarnerMedia and Telepictures, the companies primarily responsible for her show’s production and distribution.

There have been rumors of the Ellen show getting canceled, but thus far, it seems no official decision has been made.

Or at the very least, there’s been no announcement from the powers that be.

Ellen DeGeneres on Sofa

In all likelihood, the show’s fate hangs in the balance, and if Warner execs are still on the fence, this week’s new allegations are likely to tip them in the direction of cancelation.

The latest accusations come from Hedda Muskat, a producer who was hired to work on the show back in 2003, when it was still in development.

In a new interview with The Wrap, Muskat (below) recalls a “culture of fear”  and claims that she was stripped of responsibilities — and eventually her position — so that her superiors could steal the credit from work.

Hedda Muskat

“One day I get called into the office,” Muskat told The Wrap.

“[Producer] Ed [Glavin] says to me, ‘You know, Hedda, we’re really loving your segments. I don’t know how you do it. We’re going to need all your sources.’ I’ve worked 18 years to build those sources. Those sources are why you hired me,” she added.

“I felt a turn, that I was really on everybody’s s–t list.”

Ellen DeGeneres on Her Show

Muskat also recalled an incident in which Glavin savagely berated an underling in full view of the rest of the staff.

“He just went off on them,” she alleged.

“His whole face turned red…We were stunned. You could just see everybody’s faces go stiff. We’re professionals; we’re adults. We don’t need a dog to get us to do our jobs.” 

Glavin was one of three producers on DeGeneres’ show who — just last month — responded to allegations of abusive behavior from other staffers:

Ellen DeGeneres on Her Set

“We are truly heartbroken and sorry to learn that even one person in our production family has had a negative experience. It’s not who we are and not who we strive to be, and not the mission Ellen has set for us,” he wrote, in a statement co-signed by two other producers.

“For the record, the day to day responsibility of the Ellen Show is completely on us,” the statement continued.

“We take all of this very seriously and we realize, as many in the world are learning, that we need to do better, are committed to do better, and we will do better.”

Ellen DeGeneres Tries to Smile

Thus far, Warner Bros. has issued only one terse statement in which the company’s executives promise the necessary changes will be made to ensure that there’s no further abuse of power on Ellen’s set.

“It was important to both Warner Bros. and Ellen that as many people as possible attached to the program could be heard. The Ellen DeGeneres Show is, and has always strived to be, a place that brings positivity to the world,” the statement read.

“And though not all of the allegations were corroborated, we are disappointed that the primary findings of the investigation indicated some deficiencies related to the show’s day-to-day management.”

Ellen DeGeneres Accepts

The company promised that “several staffing changes” will be made, before concluding:

“We are confident this course of action will lead us to the right way forward for the show.”

Needless to say, those who claim they were mistreated are unlikely to be satisfied by that response.

We’ll bring you updates on this developing story as more information becomes available.

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Save Our Stages Campaign Launches Day Of Action To Help Save Indpendent Music Venues



Last month, the Save Our Stages and Restart bills were introduced in the Senate as Congress continues to debate extending COVID-19 relief funding to businesses. Both acts call for steps to ensure the survival of independent venues across the country, hoping to guarantee money so that venues can sustain themselves as regular live performances have effectively stopped because of the pandemic.

Today, a collection of independent music venues based in New York City are participating in a day of action to call attention to the dire need to support these bills. They’ve formed a new organization called the New York Independent Venue Association, an offshoot of the already existing National Independent Venue Association, to ask Congress to help save independent venues.

Participants include Bowery Ballroom, Saint Vitus, Le Poisson Rouge, Baby’s All Right, the Knitting Factory, Elsewhere, Nuyorican Poets Cafe, Market Hotel, Alphaville, Nowadays, and many more locations around the city.

Yesterday, David Byrne appeared on TODAY to talk about the plight of independent venues. More information on the Save Our Stages campaign can be found here.

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