The Kid Laroi says “Goodbye, for Now” to Music

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Goodbyes are always the hardest, especially when it comes from our favorite artists.

On Monday, Nov. 15, The Kid Laroi dropped his music video for his song “Still Chose You” with fans. After the premiere, the artist announced he’s closing the chapter of the F… Love era.

Photo Credit: Screenshot from Music Video Still Chose You The Kid Laroi

He shared in an Instagram post “To my beloved fans, I hope you all enjoy the ‘Still Chose You’ video! I know that record is a fan favorite, so I felt that it was only right for that to be the video that finally closes the ‘F… Love’ era.” He continued “It’s been a wild year, to say the least. Seeing the impact of the project and hearing about how it’s helped and changed so many peoples lives is f…. Beautiful – but also incredibly surreal. It’s the reason why I do this s—. My life has also changed so much this past year because of it and I owe it all to every single one of you. There is no way I will ever be able to repay you.”

Photo Credit: The Kid Laroi on Instagram

He concluded the statement with, “Last week I went on a small vacation for the first time in a while. During that time I started thinking, and I made the decision that I need to take some time away from everything and focus on the next project, my debut album. I’m going to miss you all beyond words can describe, but I do believe that this is what I need to do to give you all the best music possible. I’ll be back soon, I promise. I love you, Laroi.”

The Kid Laroi did remove all previous content on his social media but kept the note to fans. Many have sounded off in the comments with support of his decision and encouraging him to get the well-deserved rest after a packed year.

For now, we can continue to stream all his current music to hold us over. I can’t wait for new music and to see what The Kid Laroi comes up with next.  

Written By: Mike Stark | @MikeStarkCA

New Music: Bite Me – Avril Lavigne

Photo Credit: Bite Me Cover Art on Spotify

The queen of pop-punk is back and Avril is not messing around.

Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne is back with new music and we’re pumped. She released her new single “Bite Me” which in the music video features Travis Barker on the drums.

The track was co-produced with Barker, John Feldmann, and Mod Sun after the singer announced she has signed with Barker’s label DTA Records.

Photo Credit: Ryan McFadden

She first announced new music on the way following a performance on Barker House of Horrors live-stream and said “Should I drop my first single next week?”

Then teased a snippet of the song on her TikTok where it had over 10 million views in only a few days.

Lavigne is happy with her new label as you can see in the video she is showing off a DTA Records sticker on the guitar. 

Avril shared when she first worked with the Blink 182 drummer, “The first time we worked together was 15 years ago on my new album ‘The Best Damn Thing,’ and I have really enjoyed watching him develop into the producer that he is today. We spent a lot of time writing songs and working on this record together, and signing to this record label DTA gelt like the perfect home for me and my new music. Travis understands my vision as a musician, my creative  process as an artist, and my goals at this stage in my career.”

You can stream the banger “Bite Me” on Spotify and Apple Music now and be sure to check out the music video for this track. I can’t wait to see what Avril releases next.

Written By: Mike Stark | @MikeStarkCA

Everything Coming and Leaving Netflix in December 2021

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The holiday season is officially underway and now that Thanksgiving has passed it is time to make room for our December holidays. Here’s a list of everything coming and going from Netflix in the month of December.

Everything Coming to Netflix in December 2021:

Coming Soon

  • How to Ruin Christmas (Season 2) [Netflix Original]
  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure (Stone Ocean) [Netflix Original] [Season 5]
  • The Future Diary (Season 1) [Netflix Original]
  • The Silent Sea (Season 1) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 1st

  • 44 Cats (Season 4)
  • Closer (2004)
  • Final Destination 5 (2011)
  • Fool’s Gold (2008)
  • Green Snake (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure (Season 4) [Netflix Original]
  • Kayko & Kokosh (Multiple Seasons)
  • Knight Rider 200 (1991)
  • Life (1999)
  • Looper (2012)
  • Lost in Space (Season 3) [Netflix]
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  • The Legend of Zorro (2005)
  • The Power of the Dog (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • Think Like a Man (2012)

Arriving December 2nd

  • #abtalks (Season 1)
  • Escalona (Season 1)
  • Rain or Shine / Just between Lovers (Season 1)
  • Single All The Way (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • The Coyotes [Limited Series]
  • The Whole Truth (2021)

Arriving December 3

  • Cobalt Blue [Netflix Original
  • Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous (Season 4) [Netflix Original]
  • Mixtape (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • Money Heist (Season 5 – Volume 2) [Netflix Original]
  • Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • The Great British Baking Show: Holidays (Season 4) ]Netflix Original]

Arriving December 6

  • Centaurworld (Season 2) [Netflix Original]
  • Go, Dog Go (Season 2) [Netflix Original]
  • Nicole Byer: BBW (Big Beautiful Weirdo) (2021) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 8

  • Carolin Kebekus: The Last Christmas Special (2021) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 9

  • Asakusa Kid (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • Shaman King (New Episodes) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 10

  • Anonymously Yours (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • Aranyak (Season 1) [Netflix Original]
  • Back to the Outback (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • How to Ruin Christmas (Season 2) [Netflix Original]
  • Roaring Twenties: Austin (Season 1) [Netflix Original]
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  • Saturday Morning All-Star Hits (Season 1) [Netflix Original]
  • Still Out of My League (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • The Shack (2017)
  • The Unforgivable (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • Two (2021) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 11

  • Fast Color (2019)
  • The Hungry and the Hair (season 1) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 13

  • Eye in the Sky (2015)

Arriving December 14

  • Bonus Family (Season 4) [Netflix Original]
  • StarBeam: Beaming in the New Year (2021)
  • Russel Howard: Lubrican (Limited Series) [Netflix Original]
  • The Future Diary (Season 1) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 15

  • Elite Short Stories: Phillipe Caye Felipe (Miniseries) [Netflix Original]
  • Masha and the Bear (Season 5)
  • The Hand of God (2021) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 16

  • A Naija Christmas (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • Aggrestsuko (Season 4) [Netflix Original]
  • A California Christmas: City Lights [Netflix Original]
  • Darkest Hour (2017)
  • Puff: Wonders of the Reef (2021)
  • The Guardian / Thien Than Ho Menh (2021)

Arriving December 17

  • Decoupled (Season 1) [Netflix Original]
  • The Witcher (Season 2) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 20

  • Elite Short Stories: Samuel Omar (miniseries) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 22

  • Emily in Paris (Season 2) [Netflix Original]
  • Grumpy Christmas (2021)

Arriving December 23

  • Elite Short Stories: Patrick (miniseries) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 24 (Christmas Eve)

  • 1000 Miles from Christmas (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • Don’t Look Up (2021) [Netflix Original]
  • Minnal Murali (2021) [Netflix Original]
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Arriving December 25 (Christmas Day)

  • Stories of a Generation with Pop Francis (season 1) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 29

  • Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer (Season 1) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 30

  • Kitz (Season 1) [Netflix Original]

Arriving December 31 (New Year’s Eve)

  • Cobra Kai (Season 4) [Netflix Original]
  • Stay Close (Limited Series) [Netflix Original]
  • The Lost Daughter (2021) [Netflix Original]

Everything Leaving Netflix in December 2021:

Leaving December 1st

  • 1000 Rupee Note (2014)
  • 3 Days to Kill (2014)
  • A Knight’s Tale (2001)
  • Accepted (2006)
  • Across Grace Alley (2013)
  • American Outlaws (2001)
  • An Unfinished Life (2005)
  • Are You The One (Seasons 1-2)
  • Asu Mare 2 (2015)
  • Battlefield Earth (2000)
  • Bliss (1997)
  • Break Up 100 (2014)
  • Bromance (Multiple Seasons)
  • Chal Bhaag (2014)
  • Chef (2014)
  • Clear and Present Danger (1994)
  • Dhia Sofea (2015)
  • Don’t Go Breaking My Heart (2014)
  • Faraar (2015)
  • Freedom Writers (2007)
  • Glee (Seasons 1-6)
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  • Helios (2015)
  • I Got the Hook Up
  • In Too Deep (1999)
  • Ink Master (Seasons 1-2)
  • Letters to Juliet (2010)
  • Line Walker (2016)
  • Million Dollar Baby (2004)
  • My Boss’s Daughter (2003)
  • Never Back Down: The Beat Down (2011)
  • Ninja Assassin (2009)
  • Peppermint (2018)
  • Pineapple Express (2008)
  • Quigley Down Under (1990)
  • Rake (Seasons 1-4)
  • Richard Pryor: live in Concert (1979)
  • Rhyme & Reason (1997)
  • Roll with Me (2017)
  • Same Kind of Different As Me (2017)
  • School of Rock (2003)
  • Set Off (2008)
  • Shelby American (2019)
  • Stargate SG-1 (Season 1 – 10)
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  • State of Play (2009)
  • Soul Eater (Season 1)
  • Talladega Nights: The Ballard of Ricky Bobby (2006)
  • The Bank Job (2008)
  • The Bachelorette (multiple seasons)
  • The Exorcist 3 (1990)
  • The Golden Child (1986)
  • The Happytime Murders (2018)
  • The Lincoln Lawyer (2011)
  • The Meddler (2015)
  • The Outlaw Josey Wales (1976)
  • The Repair Shop (Multiple Seasons)
  • The Whole Nine Yards (2000)
  • Turn: Washington’s Spies (Seasons 1-4)
  • Wandering Stars (2019)
  • Why me? (2015)

Leaving December 2

  • Off Camera with Sam Jones (2 Seasons)
  • Temple (2017)

Leaving Netflix on December 3

  • Lost & Found Music Studios (Season 1 -2 ) [Netflix Original]

Leaving December 4

  • The Last O.G. (Season 1 -2)

Leaving December 5

  • Big Stone Gap (2014)
  • The Guest (2014)

Leaving December 6

  • No Game No Life: Zero (2017)
  • Shadow (2018)

Leaving December 8

  • Before I Fall (2017)
  • Manhunt: Deadly Games (Limited Series)
  • Triple 9

Leaving December 9

  • It Comes At Night (2017)
  • Mariah Carey’s Merriest Christmas (2015)
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  • The Cuba Libre Story(2015) [Netflix Original]

Leaving December 10

  • Good and Prosperous (2017)

Leaving December 11

  • Upin & Ipin (Season 1)
  • Dawai Asmara (2016)

Leaving December 13

  • Alakada Reloaded (2017)
  • Being Mrs. Elliot (2017)
  • The First Lady (2015)
  • The Ghost and the Tout (2018)
  • The Vendor (2018)

Leaving December 15

  • 3 Türken & ein Baby (2015)
  • An Immortal Classic (2012)
  • Color of Woman (2012)
  • Crazy, Lovely, Cool (2018)
  • Fifty: The Series (2018)
  • Girls und Panzer (Season 1)
  • Goodbye My Wife (2012)
  • Happy And (2012)
  • Halt and Catch Fire (Seasons 1 – 4)
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  • Heaven’s Garden (2011)
  • Hjordis (2015)
  • Ice Fantasy (2016)
  • Inside the Real Narcos (Season 1) [Netflix Original]
  • Isoken (2017)
  • K-Pop Extreme Survival (2012)
  • On the Real (2017)
  • Once in a Lifetime Sessions with George Exra (2018)
  • Once In a Lifetime Session with Kasabian (2018)
  • Once In a Lifetime Session with OneRepublic (2018)
  • Once In a Lifetime Session with Snow Patrol (2018)
  • Potato Potahto (2017)
  • Rake (Season 1 – 5)
  • Saint Seiya (Season 1 – 6)
  • Scobby-Doo: Mystery Incorporated (Season 1 – 2)
  • Sons of the Caliphate (2017)
  • What’s New, Scooby-Doo? (Seasons 1 -3)

What shows and or movies are you excited to binge during winter break? Hit me up on Twitter or Instagram and let me know. Currently, I am finishing up a Sci-Fi show called Stargate SG-1 and man it’s good, bummed to see it leave the streaming service. 

Written By: Mike Stark | @MikeStarkCA

The Proud Family Reboot Trailer is Here

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Millennials rejoice! More than 15 years have passed since the hilarious Proud family graced our tv screens. But, now in 2021, they still haven’t aged.

On Friday, Nov. 12, 2021, streaming service Disney+ released the first official trailer for The Proud Family reboot titled “The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder”. The original show ran from 2001 to 2005 with the series reboot scheduled to hit the streaming service in February 2022.


Photo Credit: Disney+

Most of the original voices of the characters from The Proud Family will return including Kyla Pratt as Penny proud, Tommy Davidson as Oscar Proud, Paula Jai Parker as Trudy proud, Jo Marie Payton as Suga Mama, Karen Malina White as Dikonay jones, Soleil Moon Frye as Zoey Howzer and Alisa Reyes as LaCinenega Boulveardez and Cedric the Entertainer as Uncle Bobby Proud.

Photo Credit: Disney+

Now for the best part, we do have quite the list of celebrity entertainers scheduled to make guest appearances as themselves in the revival; including Lizzo, Lil Nas X, Chance the Rapper, Normani, Lesli Odom Jr., Tiffany Haddish, Lena Waithe, Anthony Anderson, Gabrielle Union, Debbie Allen, James Pickens Kr. Jane Lynch, Al Roker, Holly Robinson Peete, and more. 

You can watch the trailer for The Proud Family: Louder and Prouder here.

Written By: Mike Stark | @MikeStarkCA