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Aleana is Mesmerizing with Chapter 22

Those 20 somethings…

West Philly native, Aleana is giving us the soundtrack of love just in time for Valentine’s day. A poignant and tumultuous journey is detailed in Chapter 22. Reminiscent of Jill Scott, Aleana takes us on a sequential walk down lover’s lane. A walk that’s always full of like, admiration, lust, love, miscommunication, hurt, anger, disappointment, and eventually; maybe reconciliation. The highs and the lows. This six track EP is just what you need to cry out any hurt and get it over with!
Aleana is open and liberated as she sings from beginning to end. Fin, serves as the beginning and end. Light, and maybe optimistic, maybe even questioning love. Love Letter is an inquiry of love. Is it real, is it what we’re actually experiencing? Divine Creatures is questioning the promises of love. She sings “Can you love me like I know you could? Will you touch me like you say you would?” Can this love be fulfilled? One of my favorites is Dear Darla, a brilliant remake of Alfalfa’s goodbye letter to his estranged Darla. Now, we’re moving on…to the moving on. Anger breaks our focus on love in Careless. “I almost set your crib on fire…cause you was a muthaf*cking liar,” is the opening line. This song demonstrates the realization that it’s time to free yourself from cupid’s chokehold. “I’m over love, I’m over us.” she declares. A beautiful finish to Chapter 22, Fin (The End). A scorned lover has to walk away from a partner in which she’s poured herself into. A story too familiar.
Please enjoy Chapter 22 below. It’s also available on all major streaming services.

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Watch: Jimmy Kimmel Pranks the Eagles

After winning the Superbowl against the New England Patriots, Eagles players, Corey Clement and Jay Ajayi pay a visit to Jimmy Kimmel.

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The three discussed big plays from the Eagles’ victory including Clement’s controversial touchdown. “The refs always have to make it interesting.” said Clement. (I knew it was a touchdown, Clement pivoted his ankle to stay in the end zone and secured the ball.) 

Throughout the interview the two make sure to praise Nick Foles. A quarterback that, some were uncertain of, but his teammates never doubted his abilities.
Towards the end Fallen slips in “Now did you hear that Foles was traded about an hour ago?” To which they reacted:

See the full interview below and come back for coverage of the parade down Broad Street.