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Ariana Grande Earns First Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 With Song ‘Thank U, Next’ | Music News

  Ariana Grande has reached the top of the Billboard Hot 100 with the help of her newest single “Thank U, Next”. Billboard has reported that the single – which released on Saturday, 3rd of November – is the no. 1 song in the US this week. The song has received 55.5 million streams and 81,000 downloads in its first[…]

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Nana Rogues + Wizkid + Not3s – To The Max | Music Video

  Earlier this year, hit-making producer Nana Rogues thrust himself into the spotlight and made the transition from renowned producer to bonafide artist when he dropped “To The Max“, alongside Wizkid and Not3s. Now, he re-ignites his own excitement and excitement for the song as he finally drops a video for the sensual hit and it’s definitely a vibe.  […]

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El. Train + Hadiya George – Chasing Rainbows | New Music

  Emerging producer and cult US collective Soulection affiliate El. Train is making serious waves on both sides of the Atlantic. He adds to his spectacular wave of 2018 releases with another smooth cut in “Chasing Rainbows“.   Having released the bouncy, summer singles “She” with Barney Artist and “Gold” featuring Javeon earlier this year, his new single featuring Atlanta[…]

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Conrad – Bonfire | Music Video

  Rising London artist Conrad returns to the musical forefront with a fresh release of his own in “Bonfire”, a powerful study on dealing with vulnerability and feelings of powerlessness with events around you.   The video is captivating with its use of striking imagery and breaktaking landscapes. Conrad is at one with his surroundings in his bespoke jacket, in solitude as[…]

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Neil Young Criticises Trump After Losing His Home In California Wildfire | Music News

  Rock Legend Neil Young has criticised Donald Trump’s reluctance to act on climate change after losing his home in the wildfires raging through the Malibu area. The 2018 California wildfire season has been one of the most destructive on record in the state of California, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and the National Interagency[…]

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