The future space funk is in good hands if Totem, the new album by The Motet, is any indication. The band has made some personnel changes of late, and fans have been waiting eagerly to hear what The Motet had in store for them. Noted proponents of funk with world and dance elements liberally mixed together, The Motet has built a loyal following that was hopeful their heroes would keep it real and keep it real funky. With guitarist Eric Krasno of Lettuce and Soulive producing and writing a pair of tunes for the disc, certain expectations were held, and happily exceeded. The most prominent change came at vocalist, going from Jans Ingber to Lyle Divinsky, a move that has the band sounding even more like a forgotten fountain of the funk hey-day of the late seventies than ever.Stream the album via Spotify below, and follow along with our written review of the new release!Founder Dave Watts fittingly kicks off this new era of The Motet with a twisty percussion intro to “The Truth” that sets the stage to let Divinsky show what he brings to the proceedings. Divinsky’s weapon of choice is a voice that sounds so authentic and perfect for the mood, you almost have to wonder if he was made in a laboratory. The space boogie flows on with the bouncy “Fool No More,” with a snappy bass line from Garrett Sayers that sounds an inexorable call to the dance floor for party people. Organist Joey Porter gets a chance to shine on “Know It Too Well,” as the music opens up and he has a chance to lend squeals and peals to lyric heavy sections before drenching the proceedings with lush chords. The percolating pulse of “Rippin’ Herb” shows how tight The Motet can be, as they play an intricate musical game of “follow the leader” through a winding funk maze, passing off the lead almost imperceptibly. Divinsky shows great comfort for such a short stint in the organization, as his leads on “Damn!” show. Showy use of echo laden vocals and doubling techniques that thicken his already impressive tone to a smooth pervasive presence that make the instrumental breaks a trip to an alternate dimension, sonically, within each original tune’s framework. Nothing has changed about The Motet’s love of instrumentals, and the wordless “Solar Plexus” keeps the overall cosmic groove feeling of Totem going with a touch of reggae thrown in for good measure in the forms of the majestic horn fills. Guitarist Ryan Jalbert continues to show impressive growth in his playing, with his ability to shift from slinky rhythm to full on rock star wail in an instant. The horn section of Gabe Mervine and Drew Sayers use their brass to take every song higher, adding layers of depth and reinforcing the beats and melodies with equal dexterity. Whether hanging back in a thick groove on tunes like “Danger” or getting jazz-y and expressive on songs like “Cloak And Dagger,” The Motet sounds like a finely tuned machine, ready to run perfectly in whatever gear is needed to get where they want to go.For the closing song, the instrumental “Contraband,” the choice is made to slowly take the foot off the accelerator, and to give listeners a cool down as they are slowly dispelled from the Utopian funk spell. Any worries about the future of The Motet should be instantly dispelled from the first notes of Totem. With the release of this united work and tour dates on the horizon to hone the new lineup into a true unit, it certainly looks like the best is yet to come from The Motet. But for now, Totem is a showcase for a funk band that is at the top of their game.
“All of a sudden there’s a song – there in your hotel room playing your guitar – and you write it, and two or three years later it will come true. It keeps you on your toes.”These words, spoken by Townes Van Zandt, support a popular notion of the songwriter in American popular culture: A rambling man, on the road with a band, playing venues both squalid and splendid, creating songs from thin air with little more than a beat up guitar, bottle of booze and hotel notepad. And there’s no doubt that countless great tunes have been written in such a manner. But there’s another question worth asking: In 2017, are most songs written that way?To find out, we spoke with six songwriters who will be at the ninth annual Rooster Walk Music & Arts Festival over Memorial Day weekend (May 25-28) in Martinsville, Va. These six artists: Paul Hoffman (Greensky Bluegrass), Anders Osborne, Andrew Marlin (Mandolin Orange), Lyle Divinksy (The Motet), Marcus King, and Wood Robinson (Mipso) bring different backgrounds, hometowns, experience levels and genres to the craft of songwriting. Perhaps unsurprisingly, they write songs in different manners.Read on to learn about the unique process that Colorado-based band The Motet uses to create the songs you know and love. You can also catch Lyle with the Motet when they hit Fool’s Paradise this weekend!Editor’s Note: This is the first story in a six-part “Road to Rooster Walk” series about the craft and process of songwriting. When lead vocalist and hype-man-extraordinaire Lyle Divinsky got approached about joining The Motet a year and a half ago, his audition had little to do with stage presence or singing ability. Those were skills the band had already verified. Instead, Divinky’s tryout was largely about putting lyrics to a pair of instrumental songs the band had already demoed . . . before he’d met a single member of the group.“It was kind of a fun challenge to know that this was my audition for the band, to write for them, and to know that and to just get excited about how much fun their music was,” Divinsky said. “The Truth’ was the first song that I wrote and that one, I wrote most of it in three hours of sitting down. And then took, I think, a day or two to just kind of sit with it, make sure it was exactly what I wanted and just kind of fine tune a couple things. And then, ‘Fool No More’ was the second song that I wrote, and that one was pretty quick, as well. That one might have even been just a day.”When possible, Divinsky prefers to write from his in-home studio, where he’ll set up shop at his computer (which features basic recording software), a notepad, pen, and his phone. He’ll set the phone’s timer for three hours and then toss it across the room, “because I feel like three hours is about the amount of time that I can work productively without needing a full-on break.”When things are flowing freely, it can be a speedy process.“My favorite times are the ones where I sit down with a song, and like an hour-and-a-half later, the whole song’s written down, and I’m already recording the background harmonies to it,” he said.Like Anders Osborne, Divinsky is adamant in his goal to write something every day, even if that something isn’t a fully realized song or concept. He uses the voice recording app on his smartphone, or a small notepad that he carries in his pocket, to capture lyrical snippets or potential song ideas. These get transferred into a larger notebook or computer file, though when he heads into the studio with instrumental tracks waiting, he tries his best not to fall back on the lyrics he’s already started.“I like to go into it with a completely blank slate, because I think that gives me the chance to really interact with the song and see what can come of it,” Divinsky said. “But then if I’m having a hard time catching something, I’ll start going through hook lines, start going through lyrics that I’ve written, little poems and whatnot. You can get turned on by even just a word from one of those, and then that can send you off in the right direction.”Before joining The Motet, he wrote both lyrics and the music to go with them. But now, with a longstanding band of amazing musicians by his side, the job description has changed. And he loves it.“The melodies aren’t necessarily complete (when the song arrives to me). They’ll give me instrumentals and whatnot – drum, guitar, keys – the skeleton demo version of what they’re coming up with. And then I’ll put the song over it,” he said. “They give the foundation, and I kind of paint in the branches and the leaves and everything like that.”Divinksy is equally comfortable writing on the computer or with pen and paper. When he gets stuck on a song, he’s found that switching from computer to paper, or vice versa, can get him back on track. Thanks to his in-home studio, when he sends a potential song back to the band, it’s far more than an email with typed out verses and choruses.“Whenever I send my ideas back to the guys, it’s usually a fully realized (audio track), just so they can kind of hear it in the context that I intend it to be,” he said. “You know, sometimes it works super well, super quick.”Songwriters who influence Lyle: Bill Withers (“I think that he’s able to capture grandiose emotions in very simple words. So he’s a hero of mine for that.”) Lowell George, John Prine, Stevie Wonder.Song: “The Truth”Next Week on the Road to Rooster Walk: Greensky Bluegrass
Imazapyr (“Arsenal” and others).Clopyralid and triclopyr (“Confront”).2,4-D (various brand names).Glufosinate (“Finale”).Glyphosate (“Roundup” and others).Triclopyr (“Brush-B-Gone” and others). All of these herbicides work best when applied to actively growing plants. All can be applied to foliage, but triclopyr, glyphosate and imazapyr can also be applied to cut stems.For example, if the plant is creeping up a wall or tree, it’s in your best interest to cut a 12-inch section of the stem and remove it. Everything above the cut should die, but the plant below the cut could resprout.To prevent resprouting, spray or paint the stems immediately after you cut them. When you’re making this cut-stem application, most herbicide manufacturers recommend using the herbicide at full or 50-percent strength. Refer to the product label for the correct directions.Best time to sprayIt’s best to apply these three herbicides in late summer or early fall.Imazapyr, glufosinate and glyphosate are nonselective herbicides, so take care to prevent spray drift from contacting desirable plants.Clopyralid, triclopyr and 2,4-D are safe to use in turf grasses, but take care to prevent spray drift from contacting plants sensitive to these herbicides. Always refer to herbicide labels for application information.Check treated plants periodically to make sure you get complete control. You may need to reapply. By Wayne McLaurinand Mark CzarnotaUniversity of GeorgiaThe hottest things in the landscape now are “new” and native plants. Well, there are no new plants — just the ones we don’t know about. However, one native plant is truly underappreciated.This plant can be propagated by both cuttings and seed. And no one ever fertilizes it. It seems perfectly happy with just native soils and their inherent fertility.Besides this low fertility requirement, it also has all of the sought-after characteristics of a Xeriscape plant. Nobody waters it. It seems to thrive in the drought and heat. Fantastic ground coverIt grows as a fantastic ground cover. It can cover an area in a single year. It’s not subject to any disease or insect, either, and it competes with weeds and grasses exceedingly well.This plant can be grown as a small shrub or as a standard if you wish. It’s deciduous and won’t maintain its leaves in the winter, but it has good form and shape.You don’t need to look at the zone growing chart. Remember, it’s one of our original native plants. It’s well-adapted and produces fantastic growth from Nova Scotia to British Columbia and from Florida to Mexico. It grows well in all of North America.Grows anywhere as a vineThis plant can be grown as a vine, too, on a trellis, trees, houses — anywhere.This amazing plant has wonderful fall color and produces wildlife food (the birds seem to devour its seeds). Besides all these other characteristics, it can be used as a barrier plant where you don’t want traffic in the landscape. Virtually nobody steps into or crosses this plant.There may be no other plant that incorporates all of these ornamental characteristics in a single plant.Would you like to have one?Probably not.It happens to be Toxicodendron radicans (poison ivy).If you still don’t like itIf you already have it in your landscape but don’t really enjoy its virtues, there are ways to get rid of it.Most people who are highly allergic to poison ivy wisely choose not to hand-remove it. Many people resort to herbicides to control the plant. A number of products will provide control, including some that homeowners can buy:
Regarding military sports, Major Vaca said that Ecuador is one of the best teams worldwide, thanks to support from the Armed Forces’ Joint Command. The Ministry of Sports has granted economic financial assistance ($300,000 per year) since 2012, because military sports tournaments were included in the new Sports, Physical Education and Recreation Act. After nine days of competition, the Armed Forces’ military pentathlon male and female teams, returned to Lima, Peru, after winning second place in the South American pentathlon competition, which was conducted at the Military School in Chorrillo from September 7 to 15. The military pentathlon team undergoes comprehensive training in double shifts from Monday to Saturday at the Eloy Alfaro Military School (Esmil). Currently, they are still training to participate in the Military Pentathlon World Championship, to be held from November 9 to 18 this year in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Last year the team finished in third place at the Pentathlon World Championship in Finland, and it is considered the most accomplished team in recent years. The head coach, Captain Juan Carlos Arias, stated that the team consisted of five male and four female athletes, who participated in five competitions: rifle range (200 m), obstacle course, swimming, grenade launching, and cross country (8 km race), finishing in second place in the overall team classification, after Brazil. Major Byron Vaca, High Performance chief of the Ecuadorean Military Sports Federation (FEDEME), stated that the preparation for the Brazilian World Championship will be the most demanding so that athletes can improve and surpass their records, therefore, efforts will be focused on physical, technical and tactical aspects. By Dialogo September 20, 2013 So far, FEDEME is preparing 64 athletes, namely officers, volunteers, crewmembers, and air technicians from Land, Naval and Air Forces, respectively.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York By PsychicDebAries – Pluto squared Natal Sun – put off important decisions for another month. You’ll do better to attend a musical or theatrical event, watch television, or listen to the radio. If you’re all alone, make good use of your time in developing self-understanding. Pisces plays a key role. Your lucky number is 7. Taurus – Mars opposite Natal Sun – the accent is on privacy, secrets, confidential groups or organizations. Keep thoughts to yourself, especially romantic dreams. Time spent alone can be very rewarding.Gemini – Venus and Saturn opposite Natal Sun – business talents are emphasized. You’ll make enterprising moves, possibly concerning real estate. You feel the desire to settle down permanently. Success arrives with contacts with successful people and the number 8.Cancer – restrictions lift, life becomes more exciting and a fascinating member of the opposite sex shows up. Promote special services, new methods and more cooperation in daily tasks. An intimate discussion with a Gemini provides new views. The lucky number is 5.Leo – Mars Squared Natal Sun – the low lunar cycle suggests that you play a waiting game. Don’t force issues where your mate, partner or associate is concerned. Spend time on practical matters, clearing up minor details. Get help from a professional if needed. Your lucky number is 4.Virgo – Jupiter Conjunct Natal Sun – an aura of mystery surrounds money matters. You could be working in the dark unless you enlist the cooperation of a family member. Eliminate wasteful extravagant habits, learn to manage better. Mutual agreement is necessary on a large purchase. Your lucky number is 6.Libra – Uranus opposite Natal Sun – you open up to new vistas. Foreign ideas, higher education and travel plans are on your mind. Attention will be scattered over a vast range of possibilities – try to be more discriminating in choosing the best path open. Sagittarius and Gemini play key roles.Scorpio – Mars Conjunct Natal Sun – a conversation with a top authority in the field brings excellent results. You have the knack of getting beyond trivialities to the real subjects at hand. Your conversational ability will attract a bright member of the opposite sex. Much fun, variety and fast pace are promised.Sagittarius – Venus and Saturn Conjunct Natal Sun – an inspiring message sets you off on a mission to help someone in need. Your generosity is accented. You’ll be concerned with charity drives, fund-raising or visits to hospitals and convalescents. Romance behind the scenes is possible. An Aries figures in the picture.Capricorn – Mercury and Pluto Conjunct Natal Sun – it’s time to circulate; you’ll be the center of attention at any party or social event. A fascinating stranger compliments you on your intelligence and sense of humor. A versatile approach will work best. Don’t take on more than you can handle; take good care of your health.Aquarius – Ruling planet in the 2nd house – the accent is on the “big picture”. A feeling of confinement can be overcome by increasing your interest in the world beyond your front door. Don’t allow a narrow-minded relative to interfere with your humanitarian outlook and practices. An Aries serves as a reliable guide.Pisces – Jupiter opposite Natal Sun – the emphasis is on routine tasks and attention to details. You’ll derive the greatest pleasure from services to others. Realize that devotion to duty will result in greater rewards than you expected. An Aquarian surprises you with bright ideas. Your lucky number is 4.IF YOU KNOW YOUR RISING SIGN, CONSULT THE HOROSCOPE FOR THAT SIGN AS WELL.Psychicdeb has been a professional astrologer for over 25 yrs. Self-taught, she began her studies in astrology when she was 8 yrs. old learning what she could from her mother’s astrology magazines. As she got older and learned geometry, she searched for books on Astrology and taught herself how to construct a chart. She teaches Astrology for a nominal fee. Psychicdeb also uses the tarot to do psychic readings channeling her spirit guide Helen. Reiki is one of her obsessions. She is a Reiki Master and loves to teach others the benefits of Reiki. Namaste. You can find her at the Original Psychic Fairs on Sundays. A listing of the Fair dates can be found on her website at: www.astro-mate.org
Forgot Password ? Papuan community leaders and activists have urged the central government to exercise wisdom and involve Papuans in reviewing the special autonomy (Otsus) status of Papua and West Papua as Jakarta plans to amend the Otsus Law.The law is the legal foundation for the Papua administration to manage its own political, cultural and economic affairs. It was enacted in 2001, before being revised in 2008 to grant West Papua similar special autonomy.It also stipulates the allocation of special autonomy funds from the central government — set to stop in November 2021 — to accelerate development in Indonesia’s two easternmost provinces.Home Minister Tito Karnavian has hinted at the possibility of extending the special autonomy status for Papua and West Papua beyond 2021, with the deliberation of the latest Otsus Law revision having been included in this year’s National Legislat… Facebook LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Log in with your social account Google Linkedin Topics : special-authority #Papua West-Papua Papua #special-autonomy Otsus-fund #Otsus #Otsus-fund
Parlour says Arsenal need investment (Picture: DAZN)‘They need to send money,’ Parlour told Premier League Productions before Wednesday’s 2-1 win against Liverpool. ‘This summer is going to be really important that they do spend money. ‘But the problem that they do have is if you’re not playing European football, what player is going to want to go to Arsenal? ‘That’s the big dilemma facing Mikel Arteta in the transfer window.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityAfter playing a 3-4-3 system in the north London derby, Arteta stuck with the formation for his side’s 2-1 win against Liverpool at the Emirates on Wednesday. Parlour believes the three at the back system suits Arsenal’s players and believes the Spaniard will stick with it moving forward. ‘I was a little bit shocked when they played Wolves that they went man-to- man really,’ said Parlour.‘They played three at the back as well so I was a little bit surprised when he did change it but certainty Kieran Tierney – who is going to be a top player on that left hand side – he has that energy to get up and down to defend as well. He’ll be important.‘Hector Bellerin it suits him on the right hand side. I think he might look at it [the system]. William Saliba will be coming into the club [too].MORE: Jamie Carragher makes huge claim over John Stones’ future during Manchester City’s clash with Bournemouth Advertisement ‘What player is going to want to join Arsenal?’ – Ray Parlour reveals Mikel Arteta’s ‘big dilemma’ this summer Mikel Arteta wants to invest in his squad (Picture: Getty)Arsenal hero Ray Parlour says Mikel Arteta has a ‘big dilemma’ on his hands this summer if the club are unable to offer players European football next term.The Gunners are battling for a Europa League spot and Wednesday’s 2-1 win against Liverpool has put Mikel Arteta’s men to within three points of Wolves in sixth.Arteta has been promised funds to invest in his side this summer but the level of his spending will be determined by where Arsenal finish and a fourth season outside of the Champions League will prohibit the Spaniard from spending big.How Arsenal finish the season could decide Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s future, as the Gabon international is pushing for a contract of £250,000-a-week and is keen on playing European football next term.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTBut Parlour believes it the club will have even bigger problems in the recruitment department if they’re unable to offer potential new signings European football. Comment Sean KearnsThursday 16 Jul 2020 12:26 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link743Shares Advertisement
More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020Maidment marketing and sales manager Nick Ryle at Harris Crossing, about how developers are building estates because they are confident in the Townsville market.“Maidment Group is offering home buyers the option to install a Tesla Powerwall 2 Home Battery System for a fraction of the normal retail price,” he said.“A Tesla Powerwall enables you to capture and store excess solar energy produced during the day for use at night, so consumers can enjoy the energy-saving advantages of the unit 24/7. “With an average of over 300 days of sunshine per year, Townsville is the perfect place to harness the sun’s energy.”The estate caters for all lifestyles and budgets and features a variety of sites ranging from 383sq m courtyard lots up to 1000sq m lifestyle lots. There is also a display village at Harris Crossing showcasing 14 designs from award-winning builders in Townsville. When complete, over 800 families will call Harris Crossing home. There will also be more than 70ha of open space to ensure residents can enjoy an outdoor lifestyle. For more information visit www.harriscrossing.com.au. Harris CrossingRESIDENTIAL estate Harris Crossing has just released Stage 5 with lots overlooking six hectares of open space.The Ellington release overlooks the landscaped banks of the Bohle River and is next to North Queensland’s first Disc Golf course, now under construction, and future playground facilities. Four lots were sold before Stage 5 was released to the public, including the estate’s largest sale, a 1000sq m block that sold for $329,000. Harris Crossing was developed by Maidment Group and is in the heart of the regional hub of Thuringowa and only 12km from Townsville CBD.Maidment marketing and sales manager Nick Ryle said on its release, Harris Crossing launched an energy-saving initiative that would notably reduce energy costs to home buyers.
Chevron One’s recreation hub, Club One, will offer five-star resort-style facilities.A $250 million luxury apartment tower earmarked for Chevron Island is set to have the largest recreation space of its kind on the Gold Coast.Club One will span 1600sq m across the first two levels of Chevron One, a 40-level high-rise developed by Bensons Property Group at 36-44 Stanhill Drive.Exclusively designed for residents, Club One will offer facilities normally associated with a five-star resort or private lodge. Chevron One’s recreation hub, Club One, will offer five-star resort-style facilities. Chevron One’s recreation hub, Club One, will offer five-star resort-style facilities. MORE NEWS: Location a standout Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:46Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:46 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p216p216p180p180pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenChoosing an apartment to invest in01:47 Chevron One’s recreation hub, Club One, will offer five-star resort-style facilities.It will come at an affordable price for residents with body corporate rates for apartments averaging less than $100 per week.Ray White Surfers Paradise Group is marketing the development. Head of projects Julian Sutherland said the recreational centre was synonymous with the quality Chevron One would bring to the Gold Coast market.“Chevron One has so many facets that will make it a unique and wonderful lifestyle destination that will stand the test of time in the precinct of Chevron Island, (which) is undergoing a major transformation.”Chevron One will have 236 apartments priced from $370,000 for one bedroom residences to $2.95 million for four-bedroom residences.Construction will start this year and is expected be finished by 2021. A display suite is at 42 Stanhill Drive, Chevron Island. “Club One is custom designed to enhance the lifestyle of residents by incorporating facilities found only in the most exclusive resorts,” he said.“It uniquely caters for everyone, from those with an active lifestyle to those who take pleasure in contemplative spaces.” Chevron One’s recreation hub, Club One, will offer five-star resort-style facilities.It includes a private dining room and function room, an indoor and outdoor pool, spa, barbecue and teppanyaki areas, sun and spa decks, fully equipped gym, yoga lawn and sculpture garden for artwork.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa13 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag2 days agoBensons Property Group managing director Rick Curtis said it would set the benchmark for recreational precincts in Surfers Paradise.MORE NEWS: Whopping $19 million sells under the hammer
Manchester United are being linked with Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante. Tuttosport says Blues owner Roman Abramovich has splashed out £230million this summer to bring in Timo Werner, Hakim Ziyech, Kai Havertz and Ben Chilwell. And the sale of Kante would help reduce the deficit. United Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ready to make an ambitious bid to land the star.Advertisement Promoted Content10 Celebrity Dads Who Don’t Get Along With Their Kids11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV Shows10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend Better7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black Holes7 Mysterious Discoveries Archaeologists Still Can’t ExplainIncredible Underwater Objects Surrounded By Mystery20 Historical Things You Won’t Believe Actually Happened8 Best Movies On Amazon Prime Video To Stream Right NowThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World10 Characters Who Would Make Astounding Disney Princesses Loading… read also:Hasselbaink: Kante is Lampard’s most important player Kante is under contract for another three years at Stamford Bridge after penning a new deal in November 2018. The report alleges Chelsea would be willing to accept an offer of just £55m for the 29-year-old. There was talk earlier in the summer that a move to Inter Milan could be on the cards. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享