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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF GROOVYNETWORK
27.3% of groovynetwork's followers are female and 72.7% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 2.20%. The average number of likes per post is 1135 and the average number of comments is 15.
Groovynetwork loves posting about Music, Singer, Producers.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR GROOVYNETWORK
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF GROOVYNETWORK
- Art & Design 77.64 %
- Entertainment 68.36 %
- Music 63.93 %
- Business & Careers 45.57 %
- Beauty & Fashion 45.15 %
- Photography 40.39 %
- Sports 38.91 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 38.91 %
- Fitness & Yoga 38.59 %
- Books and Literature 38.11 %
- Movies and TV 38.11 %
We're going to miss you, Mac. Thank you for touching all our lives with your Art. We'll continue to appreciate, love and pass down your music from generation to generation. 💔
Beyond grateful that the Music Community didn't' lose this beautiful soul today. Listening to his music has been sending chills down the spine all day... • [Reported 8/21]- ‘A private jet carrying Post Malone blew 2 tires upon takeoff from Teterboro Airport in New Jersey this morning. The plane at one point was attempting to make an emergency landing in Westfield, Massachusetts but has landed safely at New York Stewart International Airport.’ • • When Post was questioned after the emergency landing, he responded with “I need a beer.” 🍺Rock On, Post! ❤️🇺🇸☮️ @PostMalone
Kanye West released his album, YE, during a live-streamed listening party in Jackson Hole, Wyoming last night. The album’s artwork features a photograph of Wyoming Teton Mountains along with the text, “I Hate Being Bi-Polar. It's Awesome.” . At just 23 minutes, it not only feels like Kanye’s shortest album (it’s about half the length of Yeezus) but his slightest. It’s still too early to make a qualitative judgment, on an album like this after a matter of hours. Although it’s hard to think of another major rap album that exposes and dwells upon its star’s struggles with mental illness to this extent. You might hesitate to say that Ghost Town sounds like the work of a mind in the process of unraveling – the ongoing speculation about the state of West’s mental health is lurid and unsavory. . West angrily brushes away other people’s concerns and offers of support, but then discusses his despairing thoughts of suicide and depressive “bad days” in starkly affecting terms: “Screamed so loud got no lungs, hurt so bad I go numb”. Then he brags about it, which feels like a very Kanye response to being diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder: “That’s my bipolar shit … that’s my superpower … I’m a superhero! I’m a superhero!” Old Ye, New Ye, Same Ye? ☮️
Happy Memorial Day Weekend! 🇺🇸🍻☮️ #GroovyGang
On ‘KOD’, J. Cole Speaks to the Generation that Spurned Him. . About a year ago, just as the SoundCloud rap ecosystem was beginning to erupt into broader consciousness, some of its most agitated and popular figures — including Lil Pump and XXXTentacion — began screaming, in unprintable language, that the older and more measured rapper J. Cole should kiss off. . “KOD,” his fifth album has the feel of a casual placeholder between bigger ideas. . The characters in J. Cole’s stories tend to be under immense pressure. From the hormonal deluges of songs like “Wet Dreamz” and “Lights Please” to the crippling grief of “Be Free” and “4 Your Eyez Only,” his subjects move under intense strain. . Drugs are sometimes the problem here, but Mr. Cole is wrestling with a wide range of temptations. “Photograph” is about social-media infatuation and features some of the puppy-dog pleading that he’s previously deployed. But Mr. Cole is always most entrancing at his most personal, and those songs feel delivered through a filter. . The devastating “Once an Addict (Interlude)” is the opposite, though — chillingly detailed, emotionally scarred. It’s seemingly about his mother, her battle with addiction and how it affected him as a younger man. . J. Cole’s insistence that rappers are a particularly vulnerable population feels strange. He’s either entirely oblivious to a large swath of the rap community or arrogantly talking over it. . What do you think of ‘KOD’? Let us know in the comments below.
Rest In Peace w/ LOVE @Avicii 💔 . Avicii had in the past suffered acute pancreatitis, in part due to excessive drinking. After having his gallbladder and appendix removed in 2014, he canceled a series of shows in attempt to recover. He quit touring in 2016 but continued making music in the studio. . "It's been a very crazy journey. I started producing when I was 16. I started touring when I was 18. From that point on, I just jumped into 100 percent," Avicii told Billboard magazine in 2016. . "When I look back on my life, I think: whoa, did I do that? It was the best time of my life in a sense. It came with a price - a lot of stress a lot of anxiety for me - but it was the best journey of my life."
Kanye announces a new album coming June 1 & a @kidcudi collaboration under the name 'Kids See Ghost' coming June 8. ☮️
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