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Russ comes to terms with the end of a relationship in new song - "Last Night"

In his new song "Last Night," artist Russ croons about the final moments of a lost love. The track dropped on September 23 with emotional lyrics: "I didn't know that last night was our last night together, did you? / I didn't know today was the day I was gonna say goodbye to you / Do you know that I love you, know that I want you to stay? / I didn't know today was the day I was gonna say goodbye to you." "When you were layin on my chest I didn't know (did you, did you?) / When that screen went black and credits rolled (did you, did you?) / Did you know, the sun was on its way? / Did you know? / I wish you told me (I wish you told me)." On social media, Russ posted that his therapist had tasked him with the exercise of writing a lyric that summarizes the grief that he had been processing, and "Last Night" was the end result. Check it out below. View this post on Instagram A post shared by RUSS (@russ)

A must see in the Southeast: Lexington's Roots and Heritage Festival returns after a two-year hiatus

From delicious foods and marching bands, to an appearance from members of the University of Kentucky women's basketball team, the City of Lexington, KY saw the return of its annual Roots and Heritage Festival the weekend of September 9th-11th.  The festival was voted as one of the "Top Twenty Events in the Southeast" by the Southeast Tourism Society, according to organizers, and it's been going strong for more than 30 years. The event had been put on hold for two years because of the coronavirus pandemic. The festival this year, included nightly live music performances, its iconic Saturday parade and plenty of food and clothing vendors. The annual event celebrates Lexington's rich diversity, traditions, African-American culture and community spirit.  The festival also showcases the rich talent from Louisville's Central High School Marching band, which has been making a parade appearance for years. Louisville is about an hour and half's drive from Lexington

Now On Repeat: BNXN- "Bad Since '97," SMMT - "I’ll Be Fine," featuring JAY B and MAMAMOO+ "Better" featuring BIG Naughty

There are several new songs currently on repeat with INLet'sGo! The new music we can't get enough of includes the new single "Better," from the first sub-unit from South Korean girl group MAMAMOO-- MAMAMOO+ (plus)-- with members SOLAR and Moon Byul. Their new song and official music video featuring BIG Naughty, hit streaming sites on August 30 with laid-back smooth vibes about the appreciation of time spent with a close friend. The track puts a smile on faces every time it's played.   The second song currently on repeat is South Korean producer/DJ SMMT's R&B song-- "I’ll Be Fine," featuring GOT7's JAY B. The track is from SMMT's debut EP "Mr. Hollywood," which hit streaming sites on August 31 with features also from Ace Hashimoto, BIG Naughty, pH-1, Moon Sujin, Sik-K, SUMIN, Blase, Loco and Mirani. "I’ll Be Fine" is about the end of an addictive broken relationship. It has old school R&B vibes, and with JAY B's