Johnny Ashby releases new single "Getting Started"

Jovanna Reyes

UK-born, US-based artist Johnny Ashby has just released an empowering new single which will urge you to keep on keeping on.

"Getting Started" is the songwriter's first single to be released this year, and it's fair to say he's started off with a bang. Known for his infectious indie folk anthems dipped in a raw and spicy Americana seasoning, Ashby's sound is something that you'll keep on coming back for, especially when its themes explore thought-provoking and uplifting narratives. The British artist is truly a voice for his generation and one that we should take more notice of.

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The Compton emcee is considered one of the greatest rappers of his generation. He's covered California gang culture, Black adolescence, and social justice in an almost cinematic fashion. The man known as Kung-Fu Kenny is a favorite amongst his peers, die-hard Hip-Hop fans, and even former presidents.

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The Strangest Christmas Specials in TV History

Should we just Cancel Christmas Specials?

Christmas is an impossible holiday for pop culture to get right.

While there have been some successful hits in recent years, it's worth noting that a successful holiday special is as rare as Santa Claus himself. The outing is practically a guaranteed failure from the jump, and rarely ever pans out the way it's initially intended. From Tabitha Stephens in blackface to Santa Claus being raised on lioness milk, here are the most uncomfortable Christmas specials in history. You may not want to watch them, but you can't look away.

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