GRiZ Announces Remix Album, Drops Opuio Remix Of “PS GFY,” Extends ‘Good Will Continue’ Tour

first_imgProducer and saxophonist GRiZ has just announced that he’ll be releasing a remix album dubbed Good Will Continue of his 2016’s effort Good Will Prevail. Coupled with the announcement of the upcoming collection of remixes, GRiZ also shared a remix by Opuio of “PS GFY” featuring Cherub, which was premiered via This Song Is Sick and is featured on Good Will Continue. You can listen to Opuio’s remix of “PS GFY” below, plus check out the track listing of Good Will Continue, which gives us a sneak peak at the other artists tapped for the album.Soulive Brings GRiZ, Son Little, And The Shady Horns To Wednesday Bowlive [Photos]In addition to this, the DJ also expanded upon the dates for his Good Will Continue tour, including dates in Columbus, Ohio; Washington, D.C.; Nashville, Tennessee; Atlanta, Georgia; and New Orleans, Louisiana, among others, with more dates to be announced in the future. Limited fan club pre-sale tickets for these new dates are available tomorrow, July 18th, at 10 a.m. EST, here, with the general on-sale starting on Friday, July 21st, at 10 a.m. (local). Good Will Continue Track List1. “Wicked” ft. Eric Krasno (Dirty Audio Remix)2. “Can’t Hold Me Down” ft. Tash Neal (Boogie T. Remix)3. “My Friends and I” ft. ProbCause (Dusty Bits Remix)4. “I Don’t Mind” ft. SunSquabi, Artifakts, & iDa Hawk (Jenaux Remix)5. “Good Times Roll” ft. Big Gigantic (Ephwurd Remix)6. “Feelin’ Fine” (Rowland Evans Remix)7. “PS GFY” ft. Cherub (Opiuo Remix)8. “What We’ve Become” ft. Cory Enemy & Natalola (Tommy Trash Remix)9. “If There Ever Comes A Day” ft. Eli ‘Paperboy Reed’ & Louis Futon (I.H.F. Remix)10. “Rather Be Free” ft. Muzzy Bearr (Tisoki Remix)11. “Gotta Push On” ft. Brasstracks & Eric Krasno (Barclay Crenshaw Remix)12. “Before I Go” ft. Leo Napier (AC Slater Remix)13. “Driftin” ft. Son Little (Birocratic Remix)GRiZ Tour Dates7/21-22 – GRiZMAS in July @ Greenfield Lake Amphitheater – Wilmington, NC8/4-6 – Osheaga Festival – Montreal, QC8/12 – Elements Festival – Brooklyn, NY8/13 – Summer Set Festival – Somerset, WI8/18-19 – 515 Alive Fest – Des Moines, IA9/1 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO *9/2 – Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO10/11 – The Observatory – Orange County, CA10/12 – The Observatory – San Diego, CA10/13 – The Warfield – San Francisco, CA10/14 – The Warfield – San Francisco, CA1015 – Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, CA10/18 – McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR10/19 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR10/20 – Vancouver Forum – Vancouver, BC10/21 – The Hive – Sandpoint, ID10/22 – The Wilma – Missoula, MT10/31 – Express Live! – Columbus, OH11/4 – The Anthem – Washington, D.C.11/7 – The National – Richmond, VA11/9 – Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN11/10 – Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre – Atlanta, GA11/11 – Orpheum Theater – New Orleans, LA12/1-5 – Dominican Holidaze – Punta Cana, DO* – debut of the GRiZ Live Bandlast_img read more

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Clippers star Kawhi Leonard has good reasons for self-care regimen

first_img What the Clippers are saying the day after Luka Doncic’s game-winner tied series, 2-2 Clippers hope they can play to their capabilities, quell Mavericks’ momentum Ivica Zubac, the Clippers’ 22-year-old starting center, said he can’t help but appreciate Leonard’s process, even if he hasn’t quizzed his new teammate on it.“He’s a two-time champion, whatever he is doing you gotta respect that because he’s showing results,” Zubac, who is playing his fourth NBA season.“I didn’t ask him yet,” Zubac added. “I’m too young to ask him about recovery and all that stuff.”On the contrary, Leonard – and some other greats – might insist.In his final visit to play at Staples Center last season before retiring, Dwyane Wade talked about what, besides LeBron James’ immense talent, makes his friend so exceptional. For Lakers’ LeBron James, Jacob Blake’s shooting is bigger issue than a big Game 4 victory “He’s a super-duper athlete and then the work he puts in, since Day 1,” Wade said. “When we came into the league, people weren’t taking care of their body the way that LeBron was. They weren’t traveling with a (personal trainer), they weren’t doing a bunch of work he was doing on his body. So not only is he gifted, he’s put the work in and that’s why he’s able to have this longevity.“When you first get in the league and you’re young, you don’t even ice, you get off the court and you go home. He’s always done what he does now, and it seemed tedious and no one knew why he was doing it early on, and then the game changed … and you realized, ‘Oh he’s had it all along.’”Early in his career, Leonard wasn’t as fastidious about his health, he said Thursday, when, a day after missing the Clippers’ loss in Utah for “load management,” he also grabbed 12 rebounds and made four steals.“When I was young, I always just come in and play and leave,” said Leonard, who at 28 is playing his ninth NBA season. “But I just try to tell (young players) to take advantage of it now, so when they either get my age or older, their body’s still feeling good because they got ahead of the curve.”For Leonard, that means extended postgame sessions that include lifting and massage: “Just get some kinks worked out, seeing what’s tight, what’s sore after the game, making sure I leave in a proper way rather than leaving with something hurting or tight.”It includes sticking to a smart diet, one that was too involved to detail in a postgame media session Thursday, but boiled down to “making sure I’m eating more healthy than bad,” he said.Related Articles And it means load management, which for Leonard equates to a day of “getting treatment, doing some rehab stuff,” and, yes, “watching the game.”The motivation for all of that, obviously, is extended greatness for the two-time NBA Finals MVP. But it’s also something more personal.“It’s from past experience, me being hurt, not able to play,” said Leonard, who famously played only nine games in his final season with the Spurs, when there was some dispute over the severity of his quad injury.“And I just want to be able to walk strong when I’m done playing this game, pretty much,” Leonard said. “And probably my son (born this past spring in Canada) motivates me to keep playing. Once he gets this age, or once he gets the age he can play basketball, I want to play basketball with him still.”center_img Clippers vs. Mavericks Game 5 playoff updates from NBA beat reporters LOS ANGELES — It would behoove the young Clippers to pay close attention to how Kawhi Leonard goes about his business.Clippers coach Doc Rivers has called Leonard’s work ethic “maniacal,” but it’s worth noting that Leonard’s determined nature extends beyond the basketball floor.“He’s very serious about his health and his body,” Rivers said after Leonard dropped 38 points in 34 minutes as the Clippers improved to 4-2 with a hard-fought 103-97 victory over the San Antonio Spurs on Thursday.“Every player should be that way, they should take care of their body, don’t put any bad stuff in it,” Rivers continued. “Really, he takes it very serious. Everything that he does is about health, recovery and getting an edge.” Kristaps Porzingis ruled out as Clippers, Mavericks set for Game 5; Follow for game updates Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

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Khan beats Lo Greco in 39 seconds on British return

first_img“Enjoy my victory. Khan’s back. I was a little nervous, but I am back with a big bang. I want to become a world champion this year or next year.”Khan, however, added: “I want to fight the best guys. If it means going up a division I will.” As for a bout with Brook, Khan, most famous recently for his ‘jungle’ appearance in the British television show ‘I’m A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here’, said: “That fight is something I am not rushing and not running away from. I will fight Kell Brook and beat Kell Brook. Kell Brook has been living off my name for a long time. I am a stronger fighter, a better fighter.“I’m not a fighter to run away.”But an unimpressed Brook said: “He doesn’t want the fight, he just ran off.“Amir, all the fans want the fight, I want the fight, he can go in the jungle and chase stars but when he gets in there with me, I’ll make him see stars.”Share on: WhatsApp Khan then pinned Lo Greco to the ropes before the super-welterweight contest ended moments after it had started.Victory left Khan on course for his long-awaited showdown with British rival Kell Brook, who was among those watching at ringside on Saturday.“I have been out the ring for two years but I was still in the gym working hard, I have never taken a day off. I wanted to prove a point coming back — I was trained to fight for 12 rounds, I had to make some changes and Phil lo Greco is a dangerous opponent,” Khan told the BBC.center_img Liverpool, United Kingdom | AFP | Amir Khan’s first bout in a British ring for five years saw him knock out Canada’s Phil Lo Greco in a mere 39 seconds on Saturday.The 31-year-old British boxer had not fought anywhere for two years since being beaten by Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez in Las Vegas in May 2016.And the 2004 Olympic silver medallist wasted little time in sending Lo Greco tumbling with a quick one-two punch combination inside the opening 30 seconds.last_img read more

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Things to know about NCAA antitrust ruling

first_imgIn this Sept. 18, 2010, file photo, former UCLA basketball player Ed O’Bannon Jr. sits in his office in Henderson, Nev. Five years after the former UCLA star filed his antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA, it goes to trial Monday, June 9, 2014, in a California courtroom. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken, File)A federal judge has ruled that some college athletes can receive payments when they leave school for the rights to their names, images and likenesses, opening the door for them to get a fraction of the billions of dollars generated by collegiate athletics. The decision comes after a lawsuit launched by former UCLA basketball star Ed O’Bannon, who was upset because his image was used in a video game, but he wasn’t paid.Here’s a few key questions to understand Friday’s ruling:Q: What does this ruling mean?A: It opens the door for football and men’s basketball players to get money once they leave school. But they likely won’t be in for huge windfalls, at least the way U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken envisions it. She said the NCAA can cap payments made to players for their names, images and likenesses, as long as that cap isn’t less than $5,000 a year. That would mean players on a roster for four years could potentially expect some $20,000 when they leave school.Q: Where does the money come from?A: The money would be taken from the billions of dollars flowing into major college athletics and schools would put it in trust funds that would be given to players only when they leave school. Individual schools could pay less than $5,000 if they want, but Wilken said they can’t unlawfully conspire among themselves to fix a certain amount to pay.Q: How will the money be paid?A: That’s anyone’s guess. Lawyers for the plaintiffs have set up a company to negotiate rights and dole out payments, or the schools themselves could do it. It’s really uncharted territory and no one knows exactly how it will play out.Q: Do swimmers or tennis players get the same money?A: No, this lawsuit was limited to football players in FBS schools and Division I basketball players.Q: What else can these players get? Can they endorse sports drinks or shoes now?A: No. Wilken ruled that all other NCAA regulations concerning extra pay, endorsements and other benefits will remain in effect. She also said the NCAA could also enact new legislation designed to prohibit players from using the promise of funds received when they leave school to get other money while in school.Q: Is this just the beginning of wholesale changes in college athletics?A: Not necessarily, though in shutting down the NCAA’s amateurism defense, Wilken may have opened the door for other challenges to the organization’s authority. She said in her ruling that any other changes in NCAA regulations should not be addressed in antitrust court cases but by schools, conferences and even Congress. Most observers believe the O’Bannon lawsuit and related union organizing efforts at Northwestern were the driving force behind the biggest five conferences this week moving to expand benefits they give their players.Q: When will recruits be offered this extra money?A: Not for a while. Wilken said it will not affect any prospective student-athlete who enrolls in college before July 1, 2016.Q: Will the NCAA appeal?A: Almost certainly. NCAA lawyers said earlier the issues are so important they will go all the way to the Supreme Court if necessary.last_img read more

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