Nearly four decades after disbanding and vowing never to get back together, Swedish superstars ABBA announced a musical comeback with a new album and a London show.
The US rapper’s new album topped charts in many countries after it was released despite angering some fans over controversial special appearances by stars accused of abuse.
Billed as an “exclusive broadcast performance”, the artist’s first appearance since the pandemic was an online prohibition-style black-and-white film with the setlist punctuated by wardrobe and set changes.
In 2019, indie label Ostinato Records was given access to Djibouti's treasured national radio archive. Its digital restoration reveals a rich globalised sound and a past when music was fused with nation-building.
The music video for “Hallelujah”, the singer's collaboration with John Legend, was named video of the year at CMT Awards, which aired from Nashville, Tennessee.
Swedish music streaming giant routs Wall Street estimates for first-quarter revenue and paid subscribers, recording a net profit of $27.8M as revenue rose by 16 percent year-on-year to $2.6 billion.
The duo musicians created a hard-rock pandemic anthem called “Eazy Sleazy” which Jagger said is about coming out of lockdown "with some much needed optimism"
Assamese flautist and entrepreneur Partha Protim Neog produces thousands of bamboo flutes a year. Despite the toll of the pandemic, he uses music to bring smiles to people’s faces.
Iranian social media has been awash with criticism of new music video by popular underground Iranian singer, “Sasy,” who over the years has become known for contentious lyrics that Iran's conservatives see as tainting the country's moral probity.
All guests needed to test negative for coronavirus 48 hours in advance and are required to take another test five days after the event.
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