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Drummer/Producer/DJ Tyler Coomes, aka Tycoon, is known in LA hip-hop circles for his work with the likes of DJ Quik and Dr. Dre; most recently, Tycoon produced The Game‘s “92 Bars.” The brother of Lettuce bassist Erick “Jesus” Coomes, Tycoon has been known to rock percussion with his brother’s future-funk band, where he’s graced the stage from NOLA to Red Rocks and New York City taboot.The Coomes Brothers blessed Brooklyn Comes Alive two years ago with a very exclusive set of live hip-hop, trap and dub; this year, they are back in BK with Lil Baby Jesus Peasant Party, a psychedelic journey like none other, with members of Break Science, Lettuce and NOLA assassin Khris Royal of Dark Matter.Tycoon, an erstwhile veteran behind the boards, just dropped a flaming hot solo track titled “Majesty”, instrumental trap-hop with big and brassy horns, bass and crunked-up 808s. This is the type of jam that is built to rock a stadium, or be blasted out of a high-end nightclub speaker stack.Jesus debuted “Majesty” on a special guest appearance on Sirius JamON earlier this week, and it’s the perfect get-hype soundtrack for a big weekend, be it Brooklyn Comes Alive, or wherever you are on this planet earth. Dig it:Tycoon – “Majesty”The fourth-annual Brooklyn Comes Alive is set to host the Baby Jesus Peasant Party—hosted by Lettuce’s Erick “Jesus” Coomes and his brother Tycoon—this Saturday. The festival will return to Brooklyn’s beloved Williamsburg neighborhood on September 29th for an all-day music marathon at Brooklyn Bowl, Music Hall of Williamsburg, and Rough Trade. Inspired by the vibrant musical communities of Brooklyn and New Orleans, Brooklyn Comes Alive brings together more than 50 artists, allowing them to carry out passion projects, play with their musical heroes, and collaborate in never-before-seen formations. For more information, ticketing, and to see the full schedule for Brooklyn Comes Alive 2018, head to the festival’s website here.Brooklyn Comes Alive is sponsored by Denver-based company, Pure CBD Exchange, which creates and sells a number of CBD/cannabidiol products (What is CBD?) from concentrates, tinctures, extracts, lotions, creams, and more. The use of CBD has gained much notoriety as of late, for use as both a health and wellness supplement and to treat conditions such as epilepsy, PTSD, cancer, and a number of mental disorders and is also used for anti-inflammation, nausea reduction, sleep aid, and more. Pure CBD Exchange was co-founded by Gregg Allman Band organist/keyboardist and Brooklyn Comes Alive musician Peter Levin back in 2017.Pure CBD Exchange focuses on low-THC cannabis products with high CBD content. They work within the Colorado Industrial Hemp pilot program to distribute non-psychoactive tinctures, extracts, lotions, and more all over the world. The company has featured by companies like VICE, High Times, Leafly, and more.
NFL players must decide by 4 this afternoon whether they’ll play this season or opt out due to the virus.Miami Dolphin receivers Allen Hurns and Albert Wilson have opted out for the safety of their families.The NFLPA shortened the opt-out window by seven days in exchange for some concessions on the final language the union feels are beneficial to the players. Changes include, among other things: Better protection for players in the discipline process for “high-risk” behavior away from the facility. Per the agreement, players can be disciplined for engaging in activity that could increase the risk of spreading COVID-19, such as attending a concert or other indoor gathering with more than 15 people. Discipline in those cases would be decided by an arbitrator. The final agreement also includes a stipulation that front office employees and coaches can face discipline for similar behavior, one source said. More favorable language governing the calculation of potential revenue shortfalls due to COVID-19 and how those are made up in future years. The union had wanted to spread salary cap reductions that resulted from lost 2020 revenue out over the life of the new CBA, which runs through 2030, while the owners wanted to take the hit in 2020 and 2021. The July 24 agreement stipulated that there would be no cap impact this year, that the 2021 cap could be no lower than $175 million per team, and that further shortfalls would be made up over the years 2022-24.No major material changes were made to the July 24 terms, but sources said some of the arguments over the final language of the deal were conceded to players by the owners in return for agreeing to the shorter window between the finalizing of the deal and the opt-out deadline.On Sunday, New England Patriots safety and longtime captain Devin McCourty reacted strongly to the notion that the league was moving up the opt-out deadline.“I think it is an absolute joke that the NFL is changing the opt-out period, mainly because they don’t want to continue to see guys opt out. I’m sure they’re shocked about how many guys have opted out,” McCourty said in a video conference with Patriots reporters. “I think it’s terrible. I think it’s B.S. that the league has changed that date.”
Jackson added that a player entering the stands normally results in a suspension of “double-digit games.” NEW YORK – New York Knicks forward Antonio Davis was suspended five games by the NBA on Thursday for entering the stands during a game at Chicago to confront a fan he thought was harassing his wife. “At the end of the day, what we had to decide on was the issue of Antonio breaking the barrier from the court into the stands,” NBA vice president of basketball operations Stu Jackson said during a conference call. “At the end of the day, that was the most important aspect of making that decision.” AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!