Each month, we list the most memorable clips and celebrate artists who innovate with their visuals. 6. Drake: “Sexy Way 2” [ft. Future and Young Thug] Director: Dave Meyers With a sample of Right Said Fred narcotized and tense verses that died on arrival, “Way 2 Sexy” doesn’t sound veryRead More →

Fela Anikulapo Kuti is popularly known as the founder of Afrobeats in Nigeria through his music where he used traditional Afro sounds to preach political activism, bad governance and deep life lessons, making it a soundtrack for generations of Nigerians. Lover of African culture and pure and hard traditionalist, FelaRead More →

The Seventeen are based in Seoul, but they perform in various regions whenever invited by Christian groups and parishes, Kim said, adding that “hopefully we can also perform in other places. ‘other countries, after the pandemic’. Sep 30, 2021 Members of The Seventeen, a music group led by young CatholicsRead More →

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Apple Music’s latest initiative provides an in-depth look at how deaf people develop their music preferences. By developing Apple Music’s “A Playlist Curated by Deaf People”, the streaming giant hired deaf curators to discover their favorite songs. Electronic music producers, including Mura Masa, Kaytranada, and The Chainsmokers, have all beenRead More →

1 “What a Wonderful World”, Louis Armstrong At its core, Thanksgiving is about being grateful. You’d be hard-pressed to find a more awe-inspiring song than Louis Armstrong’s ode to all that surrounds us. 2 “We are a family”, Sister Sledge If you don’t sing this out loud at some pointRead More →

Dancehall artist, Shatta Wale Cinematographer Yaw Skyface disagrees with Shatta Wale’s comment on how much to invest in music videos. According to Skyface, Shatta Wale, who is known for shooting low-quality videos, shouldn’t be the one who rates feedback from good-quality video. In a phone session on Simply Showbiz withRead More →

Himun Chakma is (Bengali: হিমুন চাকমা) known professionally as an emerging musical artist born in 1993 in Rangamati, Chittagong, has already been verified as an official artist of international music platforms YouTube, Spotify and Google Knowledge Panel. He received the official YouTube Artist Channel verification in January 2021 and recentlyRead More →

BLACKPINK is really in everything! The queens of the music industry, Jisoo, Jennie, Rosé and Lisa cannot be stopped as they have repeatedly proven their influence around the world. Whether it’s fashion or K-pop, they walk confidently with none other than their darling mass of fans, the BLINKs. The girlRead More →

Dr Mahamudul Islam Chowdhury is causing a stir on social media as a magnificent doctor, famous for his humanitarian contributions to his society, his kindness to patients, his exemplary influence in raising health awareness among rural populations and his attempts to provide free medicines to people in need, entrepreneurship inRead More →

The Massive Attack group, which has studied carbon emissions in the music industry, said the government needs to create a strategy to ensure the live music industry meets its climate targets as quickly as possible. Massive Attack provided tour data to experts at the University of Manchester. Additionally, there areRead More →

Abdul Tahir is known as Maulana Abu Taher Rezai. He is an Islamic music artist and preacher of Islam, educational entrepreneur, author, motivational speaker and social activist. Abu Taher Rezbi nourishes humanity with his profession, with his talent. Abdul Tahir He was born on April 13, 2001 in Kampasdanga, Murshidabad,Read More →

Each month, we list the most memorable clips and celebrate artists who innovate with their visuals. 6. Monaleo: “Suck it” Director: Cash Jundi Monaleo’s latest single is a deliciously arrogant clinic where the up-and-coming Houston rapper prepares head-hitting beards targeting ‘fake bitches’ all over the place (see: “Break your noodle,Read More →