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  1. The new purpose-built Maraya (Arabic for "Mirror") concert hall hosting the first

    Saudi music festival spotlights pre-Islamic heritage

    Bathed in light, musicians belt out melodies among pre-Islamic desert ruins in northwestern Saudi Arabia, a heritage trove at the centre of ...
  2. Bohemian Rhapsody

    Bohemian Rhapsody now the highest-grossing music biopic thanks to Koreans, Japanese

    The film is singing to the tune of S$181 million from the two box offices alone.
  3. Lady Gaga is nominated twice for "A Star Is Born" -- best actress and best original song

    Lady Gaga apologises for R Kelly collaboration, pulls out song

    She plans to remove 2013’s Do What You Want (With My Body) from streaming platforms.
  4. Cupcakke AFP

    Rapper Cupcakke receives messages of support after suicide tweet

    The Chicago-born rapper has since been hospitalised and is safe.
  5. Blackpink K-pop girl group

    K-pop group Blackpink to make historic Coachella debut – but some fans are worried

    It’s been pointed out that the group doesn’t even have an album. Elsewhere, headliner Ariana Grande is getting flak for being pop.
  6. Jasmine Sokko 04 - Photo Taken By Jayden Tan_mod

    Singaporean musician Jasmine Sokko in top 15 of Chinese electronic music contest

    The singer-producer is the only Singaporean and female to advance to the quarter-finals of Rave Now.
  7. 68th Berlin International Film Festival Berlinale

    US judge orders Ed Sheeran to face Marvin Gaye plagiarism lawsuit

    A US judge has rejected English singer and songwriter Ed Sheeran's request to dismiss a lawsuit accusing him of lifting from Marvin Gaye's 1973 ...
  8. Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Woodstock 50th anniversary 2019

    50th anniversary Woodstock event planned for Aug 2019

    Fifty years after the Woodstock music festival became one of the watersheds of hippie counterculture, an anniversary event will take place in ...
  9. Pedestrians walk past an HMV shop in central London

    Britain's HMV faces the music as retailer calls in administrators

    Music retailer HMV said it was calling in the administrators, blaming a worsening market for CDs and DVDs, to become the latest victim of brutal ...