Most Read: Entertainment

Trove link goes here

Live Discussions

There are no discussions scheduled today.

Weekly schedule, past shows

Click Track
Post Rock Archive |  About the Bloggers |  E-mail: Click Track |  On Twitter: Click Track  |  RSS Feeds RSS
Posted at 10:24 AM ET, 09/09/2011

Manu Chao to play protest concert; Soulja Boy takes back anti-Army lyrics; DJ Screw vinyl collection headed to the University of Houston

Soulja Boy criticized the U.S. Army in a new song — then he apologized. (REUTERS/Gus Ruelas)
- Global pop icon Manu Chao is the latest artist to speak out against U.S. anti-immigration policies by performing a free concert in Phoenix, Arizona. The concert will take place on Sept. 21 in collaboration with the National Day Laborer Organizing Network.

- Soulja Boy clearly isn’t interested in being a protest artist. When U.S. military stores threatened to ban his forthcoming album from shelves because of a new song called “Let’s Be Real” that lashes out against the U.S. Army, the rapper immediately apologized, writing online, “When I expressed my frustration with the U.S. Army, not only did my words come out wrong, I was wrong to even speak them.”

- The vinyl collection of the late DJ Screw has been acquired by the University of Houston. More than 1,000 vinyl platters are heading to the library.

- And if you have 14 minutes and 21 seconds to kill today, check out this guy on YouTube performing the top 40 songs on last week’s Billboard Hot 100 chart on his piano.

Clicky shuffle, your random song for Friday morning.

- Cassie, “Me & U (Instrumental)”

By  |  10:24 AM ET, 09/09/2011

Categories:  Morning click | Tags:  Manu Chao, Souja Boy, DJ Screw

Read what others are saying

    © 2011 The Washington Post Company