Penny Lane, immortalised in Beatles song, may have name changed due to slavery claim

LOS ANGELES ( — Road signs for Penny Lane in Liverpool, which was immortalised by the Beatles‘ 1967 song, were recently vandalised due to claims that the street was named after 18th century slave trader James Penny. The signs had the word Penny blacked out and the word “racist” written above them late last week,

The Doppelgangaz – Pride’s Cloak (feat. Thonio) (Dopp Hopp Album)

[Verse 1: EP] He don’t trust stats, disproportionate map info She’s got a rack with unfortunate fat distro Gangaz had to get low and stack just to get more Though many claim, they’re in Penny Lane down in Gitmo Oh, left a deposit with the broker A closet smoker, on The Book, said I should