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Here’s what’s coming to Netflix in September 2021

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Fall is almost here, which makes it the perfect time to cozy up on the couch with a blanket, pumpkin spice latte and some Netflix. Luckily, the streaming service just released its list of everything coming to the platform this September.

Fans will be excited to see some of their favorite shows on the lineup. From reality competitions like Nailed It! and The Circle to dramedies like Sex Education and Dear White People, there are a number of programs returning with new seasons. And if viewers are feeling nostalgic for the ’90s, they can binge-watch the original Saved by the Bell. Of course, there are several new shows coming to Netflix, too—like Q-Force and The Chestnut Man.

And don’t forget about all the movies! From comedies like Afterlife of the Party (hi Victoria Justice) to documentaries like Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali, there are tons of new films set to premiere next month. Fans can also re-watch favorites like A Cinderella Story and School of Rock.

Read more and see the entire Netflix September 2021 list/schedule from E! Online.

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Paper Route Empire Honors Young Dolph with ‘Paper Route Empire Presents: Long Live Dolph’

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Paper Route Empire’s brilliant lineup of musicians come together for Paper Route Empire Presents: Long Live Dolph, a new compilation effort that pays homage to the King of Memphis’ legacy.

Almost every artist on Paper Route Empire contributes to the project, which spans eight tracks. The Ricco Barrino-assisted, gospel-inflected “LLD,” a dedication to the man who he credits with helping his 16-year-old self escape the streets, kicks off PRE’s longest-tenured signee Jay Fizzle’s tape. On “Role Model,” Kenny Muney pays a touching tribute to his mentor by employing one of Dolph’s characteristic expressions, while Big Moochie Grape declares his ambition to take Paper Route Empire to new heights on “In Dolph We Trust.”

Long Live Dolph features PRE artists, indicating a bright future for the label that Dolph founded from the ground up. Snupe Bandz and Paper Route Woo, both from Memphis, exhibit the label’s established aesthetic of chilly calculation and drawn-out bars. Meanwhile, artists such as Brooklyn’s Joddy Badass and Chicago’s ChiTana point to Dolph’s broader vision for PRE, which goes beyond his hometown. Dolph makes an appearance on the mixtape via interview snatches, lyrical references, and the freshly released song “Love For Me,” which features Dolph and ChiTana.

Along with the release, the label’s CEO has released a statement:

“Of the many definitions of the word ‘Empire,’ the one that stands out the most is ‘a large conglomerate, ruled by a superior authority, especially an Emperor.’ And Dolph was just that. He moved through this earth with the grace of a King. He led us through this industry with strategy, knowing that there were obstacles. And with his foresight, those obstacles were, and will continue to be unsuccessful. 

In this life, the measure of a man isn’t what you managed to acquire, it’s how you treated other people. Did your life have meaning. Did you give more than you received. We are so grateful that his legacy has been solidified not by what he had, but what he accomplished. Since his passing, the outpouring of love and support has been overwhelming. And for this we are eternally grateful.

As a family, we are grieving. As an organization, we have never been stronger or more prepared to continue building on the foundation that Dolph set for us.

Every artist on the label–Key Glock, Jay Fizzle, Moochie Grape, Kenny Muney, Joddy Badass, ChiTana, Big Unc, Snupe Bandz, and Paper Route Woo–were all hand picked, because beyond talent, he saw in them the same hunger and determination he saw in himself. He spent time cultivating them as artists, and mentored them until they discovered their own greatness. Each one is more than ready to fulfill their destiny. And they have the support of this entire Empire behind them. 

PRE is unstoppable. And we have proven this time and time again. We thank you all again for your love and support as we continue forward. 

LONG LIVE YOUNG DOLPH. LONG LIVE THE MIGHTY PAPER ROUTE EMPIRE”

— Daddyo, Paper Route Empire CEO

You can hear the album below.

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NYC Mayor Eric Adams Is Accepting His Paycheck In Cryptocurrency

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New York City Mayor Eric Adams says his first paycheck arriving today will be automatically converted into cryptocurrency as previously promised.

The city’s second Black Mayor said in his first address that his immediate goals are to battle the coronavirus, fight the rise in violent crime and to turn the city’s economy around.

The 61-year-old Mayor is showing financial leadership behind his word. His first three paychecks will be converted from cash into two of the best-known forms of digital currency, Bitcoin and Ethereum.

Because the city is legally prohibited from paying employees in digital currency, Adams used the digital exchange Coinbase which converts cash to crypto where it can then be stored, bought and sold.

Mayor Adams says he’s demonstrating New York City is the world’s financial center and he wants it to be the center of cryptocurrency among other financial innovations.

What are your thoughts on money moving digital? Would you accept your paycheck in cryptocurrency? Share with us on social media.

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Adele Postpones Vegas Residency Due to COVID-19 Impacting Her Team

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Adele was ready to take over Vegas. Unfortunately, the set of dates is canceled and will be rescheduled. On Thursday, she stated that her upcoming Las Vegas residency would be postponed, citing production issues and the effects of Covid-19.

Adele was set to perform two shows all the way through April 16, beginning on Friday. Earlier this week, Gametime, the leading app for last-minute tickets, had two tickets to the Saturday, Feb. 26 show going for over $78,000. That’s a whopping $39,000 apiece.

“I’m so sorry but my show ain’t ready,” Adele said. “We’ve tried absolutely everything that we can to put it together in time and for it to be good enough for you, but we’ve been absolutely destroyed by delivery delays and Covid — half my crew, half my team are down with Covid, they still are.”

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