Anuel Announces New Album Featuring Lil Wayne, Bad Bunny, J Balvin, More

Puerto Rican rapper and singer Anuel (who no longer goes by Anuel AA, according to representatives) has announced that he’s releasing a new double album later this week. Emmanuel—out this Friday (May 29) via Sony Music Latin—features Bad Bunny, Lil Wayne, J Balvin, Ozuna, Travis Barker, Daddy Yankee, Enrique Iglesias, KAROL G, and more. Find the album’s tracklist and artwork below.Anuel, considered a pioneer of Latin trap, released his debut album Real Hasta la Muerte in July 2018. The LP found immediate commercial success, topping Billboard’s Latin Albums chart and earning platinum certification within two months of its release. Following
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Kumail Nanjiani was told to “play up the accent” in Hollywood film audition

Kumail Nanjiani has spoken of an audition in which he was asked to “play up the accent” for a major Hollywood film. Without revealing the title, Nanjiani explained the situation to Variety, in which the director asked the actor to emphasize his accent – who refused. Describing his experience across his first few years of auditioning, Nanjiani said, “I have a Pakistani accent, but they would be like, ‘Could you make it funnier? Lean in a little bit.’ And at some point, I decided I just wasn’t going to do that. “There are certain parts that require a thicker Pakistani
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Rihanna Sang “Same Old Love” by Selena Gomez on a Demo: Listen

In an alternate universe, some of your favorite movies would have featured other actors than the stars currently listed on those IMDB pages, and all those anthems on your playlists might be by different artists. We’re not talking covers — though we’ll always have a soft spot for those — but full-blown, parallel dimension releases. For instance, how would you feel if Rihanna had released “Same Old Love,” the relatable hit about heartbreak that helped kick off Selena Gomez’s Revival era?We’ve known that the Fenty Beauty mogul recorded a demo of the song for a while, given that Charli XCX, one
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Tana Mongeau Poses Topless in a Black Thong Bikini

Good morning to Tana Mongeau's butt and Tana Mongeau's butt ONLY. The YouTuber has, once again, given the people what they want – shameless booty content in all its glory. Posing for what might be her 459th bikini pic since quarantine started (not mad about it), Tana went face down, a** up in a black thong bikini that showed off alllll the goods. Wait – can you call it a "bikini" if you're only wearing the bottoms? Because that's exactly what she did. Your favorite influencer went totally topless, accessorizing the cheeky bottoms with nothing more than a few silver
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NBA latest timeline has games starting in late July, early August in Orlando – ProBasketballTalk

Anyone hoping for a rapid return of the NBA is going to be disappointed (and hasn’t been paying attention to how Adam Silver operates). The NBA continues to carefully move toward a return to games, likely with 16 or more likely 20 teams in Orlando at the Walt Disney World resort complex. Expect players to report in mid-July with games now looking like they start late July to early August, allowing more time for the league to get medical and testing protocols and equipment in place. This according to multiple reports, including Shams Charania of The Athletic. Sources: The NBA
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Rangers, Padres, White Sox to continue paying minor leaguers

Outfielder Kirk Nieuwenhuis had, on the surface, a forgettable 2015 season. Taking most of his cuts with the Mets, he finished the year with a .645 OPS over 141 plate appearances. Two things stood out during that campaign, though: he had an out-of-nowhere power surge in one game, and he started and ended the year with the Mets but sandwiched a stint with the Angels in there. After striking out in a pinch-hit at-bat in the 10th inning of a May 18 game against the Cardinals, Nieuwenhuis owned a .257 OPS across 40 trips to the plate. Unsurprisingly, the Mets
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Browns’ Baker Mayfield says he’s working hard on field, staying quiet off it

Baker Mayfield didn't boast or brag in his first media interview this offseason. The usually brash Cleveland Browns quarterback didn't talk trash or call out any opponents, either.Instead, coming off a rocky second year in the NFL, Mayfield said he's taking a different approach leading up to the 2020 season.To be specific, a much quieter one."It's just time to work, do our thing, instead of talking about it," Mayfield said Wednesday on a video call with reporters arranged through the team. "This is the first media thing I've done, just because there's no need to be talking about it."It's just
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#LaxAtHome: How to Handle the Long Pole with Kyle Hartzell

Kyle Hartzell plays as if his long pole is an extension of his body, but it wasn’t always that way. Hartzell played attack throughout high school and offensive midfield in junior college before switching to long-stick midfield. He offers four tips on how to use the long pole. Safe to say his transition has gone smoothly. Photo by Tony Morano 1. Choke Up “I play pretty choked up on my stick all the time, so it’s kind of like I have a short stick,” Hartzell said. “Some of the best guys, they hoke up on the stick and they turn
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Fortuna sinks Schalke, Hoffenheim flies

Goals and tired legs were everywhere in the midweek matches of the Bundesliga’s restart. First, the 10 men of RB Leipzig saw their title hopes drift away in a 2-2 draw with Hertha Berlin. Then came the 2:30 p.m. ET kickoffs, which saw a wonderful goal from an American at Schalke and an even better assist from Hoffenheim’s Christoph Baumgartner. Read on, as the relegation and seventh-place pictures swung a little on Wednesday. Fortuna Dusseldorf 2-1 Schalke USMNT midfielder Weston McKennie’s diving header of a 54th-minute free kick gave goal starved Schalke a lift, but Fortuna Dusseldorf knocked it back
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12 Best Indoor Electric Grills of 2020

Though we wish it, not every day is going to be glorious weather that beckons for cooking outdoors. But as we are ever prepared for anything that might come our way, a rainy day should never stop the hearty for grilling up a storm, because bringing the BBQ indoors with an electric grill is an easy way to keep the good times rolling. Evolving throughout the years to become do-all wonder machines, electric grills have been staples of the kitchen gadget category, with even the flashiest new tech mimicking the basic methods of yesteryear. Having a variety of transformable features,
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