Growing up in Cincinnati in the 90’s, Freekbass was exposed to a wide array of musical influences. While others were listening to Green Day and Nirvana, Freek was getting weird with funky low-end legends like Zapp Band and Midnight Star.It’s no wonder that the prolific bassist titled his new, forthcoming album CINCINNATI, as the music is a culmination of all of Freekbass’s projects and influences. There’s some pieces of his own funk, some electrofunk from with The Headtronics, and some influences from friend and mentor Bootsy Collins. All in all, if there’s one label for CINCINNATI, it’s Freeky!Due out on December 11th, we’re proud to debut the leading single from the new album. Listen to “Put It In A Letter” below:Speaking about the album, Freekbass says, “With the last album, producer Duane [Lundy] and I were just starting to know each other. On this album we have since worked on many projects together and thus have a strong feel and vision where we want the music to go. Plus, I had taken some time off from touring with my own band before starting the last album. With this one , we have been hitting it pretty hard on the road as a band so we were used to playing together. Plus we spent a lot of time on writing songs and preproduction before we even got in the studio. With all of the touring leading up to the recording I feel more confident as a player, singer, and songwriter than I have in a long time.”CINCINNATI is due out on December 11th. Take a look at the tracklisting below:CINCINNATI Tracklist:01: Don’t Waste My Time02: Put It In A Letter03: Milkhunt04: Living The Connection05: Pharaoh06: You Don’t Have The Time07: I Know That I’ll Get Your Love (Tonight)08: Ritmo09: Up, Up, Up10: Living The Connection Remix (ft. Doug Wimbish)
Police said Johnson has an outstanding Jefferson County warrant for assault family violence – strangulation.Police have not released details about the alleged crime or the suspect’s connection to Port Arthur. Port Arthur Police Department officers are searching for a man tied to a strangulation accusation.On Friday evening, police announced they are asking for the public’s help locating 23-year-old Aubrum Jamaal Johnson. In you have any information on Johnson’s whereabouts, contact Crime Stoppers of SETX at 409-833-TIPS (8477). You won’t be asked your name and you may be eligible for a CASH reward. You can also report the tip by downloading the P3 Tips app on your smartphone.
TM & COPYRIGHT © 1988 BY PARAMOUNT PICTURES. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.(LOS ANGELES) — The long-rumored Coming to America sequel is officially a go.Eddie Murphy, who starred in the original 1988 film and will reprise his role as Akeem Joffer, prince of the fictional African nation of Zamunda.“After many years of anticipation, I’m thrilled that Coming to America 2 is officially moving forward.” Murphy said in a statement over the weekend.black-ish creator Kenya Barris was tapped to “punch up” script by original Coming to America writers Barry Blaustein and David Sheffield, and Snatched director Jonathan Levine has agreed to direct the sequel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.In the sequel, Akeem learns about a long-lost son and returns to America to met him, Sheffield told ABC’s Good Morning America back in June. Production could start as soon as this year and is expected to reunite a lot of the original cast.Says Murphy, “I’m looking forward to bringing all these classic and beloved characters back to the big screen.”Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.