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Blackpink’s sets new YouTube records

Blackpink, one of the highest-profile Korean pop groups, is breaking YouTube records with its latest video. A Google spokesperson confirmed to TechCrunch that “Kill This Love” is the fastest music video to hit 100 million views, having hit that number in less than three days. It is also now YouTube’s most viewed music video debut, racking up 56.7 million in the first 24 hours after it was posted. Furthermore, “Kill This Love,” the first single and title track of Blackpink’s new EP, is the biggest YouTube Premiere to date, with a peak of 979,000 concurrent views. This surpasses the 829,000 concurrent views racked up during the YouTube Premiere of Ariana Grande’...

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Keith Flint, The Prodigy vocalist, dead at 49

Keith Flint, singer in the British electronic group The Prodigy, has died, the band said in a statement Monday. He was 49. "It is with deepest shock and sadness that we can confirm the death of our brother and best friend Keith Flint," said a statement on the band's Facebook page. "A true pioneer, innovator and legend. He will be forever missed." The Prodigy was founded in Braintree, Essex, in 1990 by Liam Howlett. "The news is true, I can’t believe I’m saying this but our brother Keith took his own life over the weekend, I’m shell shocked, f***** angry, confused and heart broken ..... r.i.p brother," Howlett wrote on the band's Instagram...

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Kacey Musgraves And Childish Gambino Win T...

On Sunday night, the 61st Grammy Awards telecast did its best to balance several requirements — making amends to an entire gender, widening its palette of winners and honorees, and doing its best to award those who are affecting the mainstream now, not five years ago. Within the narrow lens of prime-time awards shows, it seemed to make some progress on each count, without drifting too far from its comfort zone. Kacey Musgraves won the night's top honor, album of the year — her fourth trophy of the evening — for Golden Hour (which also won country album of year). Childish Gambino won record and song of the year for his epochal "This Is America" (which also won best music...

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Pet Shop Boys criticize Brexit in his new EP

Pet Shop Boys this week will make available four brand new songs from their new EP “Agenda”. The first song on the EP, “Give stupidity a chance”, can now be listened to on streaming services, download stores and on YouTube and is described by Neil Tennant as “a satirical song about the poor quality of political leadership in the modern world”.  Another song will be made available tomorrow, then one on Thursday and finally the fourth on Friday. The complete EP will be available to purchase via digital services this Friday, February 8. A CD of "Agenda" is also available to pre-order exclusively with Pet Shop Boys once-a-year publication "Annual...

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Ariana Grande released new album: the seco...

Ariana Grande released "Thank U, Next", her fifth studio album, and her second album in six months, on Thursday at midnight. The 12-track collection includes the title track and “7 Rings,” both of which previously debuted at Number One on the Hot 100. Titled "Thank U, Next", the record – released by Republic Records – follows Sweetener and was written during a time of big change for the singer. Just week’s after Sweetener‘s release in August, Grande’s ex-boyfriend Mac Miller was found dead at the age of 26. In October 2018, the singer called off her engagement with Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson. Grande’s latest record...

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Muse: Simulation Theory, brooding synth-rock

Muse’s new album is inspired by the “simulation hypothesis”, a speculative notion advanced by technologists that we are living in a computer simulation designed by our super-advanced post-human descendants. In this conceptual wormhole every dimension is jumbled up. Now is actually the future. Here is really there. You can eat a cake and still have it. Or make a punchy, focused pomp-rock record about a zany hall-of-mirrors theory — as Muse have tried to do with Simulation Theory. It starts with “Algorithm”, a brooding synth-rocker with John Carpenter-style electronic effects and ominous orchestrations. “This is war with your own creator,” Matt Bellamy wai...

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The Beatles to celebrate The White Album w...

The Beatles have announced they will release a suite of lavishly presented The White Album packages to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Released November 22nd 1968, The Beatles (soon to be better known as The White Album) was that year's most anticipated music event with millions of double LPs shipped to record stores worldwide. Entering the British chart at number one and remaining there for eight of the 22 weeks it was listed, The White Album also debuted at number one on the U.S. chart, holding the top spot for nine weeks of its initial 65 week chart run. It was the band's ninth studio album and included undoubtedly some of their finest wo...

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"Bohemian Rhapsody" Original Film Soundtra...

The original film soundtrack for Bohemian Rhapsody, the much-anticipated Queen biopic is set for release through Virgin EMI (Universal) in the UK and through Hollywood Records in the US on 19 October. The album will also include audio tracks from Live Aid, the historic Wembley concert from July 1985. These Live Aid songs are among the rare gems and unheard versions from the band’s rich catalogue. Alongside the show-stopping Live Aid performances of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘Radio Ga Ga’, ‘Hammer To Fall’ and ‘We Are The Champions’, the album features other rare live tracks spanning Queen’s entire career, new versions of old favouri...

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Charles Aznavour, French singer, dies aged 94

The French singer Charles Aznavour has died at home in Alpilles, southeastern France, according to a spokesperson. He was 94.  President Macron was among the prominent figures who paid tribute to the man known as the French Frank Sinatra on Twitter. Macron designed Aznavour as "Deeply French, viscerally attached to his Armenian roots, recognised throughout the world", adding that he had "accompanied the joys and sorrows of three generations." Born in Paris to Armenian immigrants in 1924, the singer and lyricist found global fame with a career that spanned more than seven decades and 1,200 songs, including a number of swooning romantic numbers that became popular in ov...

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Within Temptation announce new album

Within Temptation have announced their new album, Resist, which is due for a Dec. 14 release. This will be the longest gap between albums of Within Temptation’s career, primed by a personal crisis of inspiration from frontwoman Sharon den Adel. This year, den Adel launched a solo project called My Indigo following a string of events leaving her unable to create a new record for Within Temptation. “When I came back from the tour last time, I went to the studio, like I always do when I come back from a tour, and I wanted to write music again, new stuff. And normally I have a lot of energy and a lot of inspiration, but this time it wasn't there; I didn't have it,&r...

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