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Missy Elliott - The Rain  [Supa Dupa Fly]  [Video]

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July 16, 2017

Anniversary: Twenty years since Missy Elliot's iconic music video The Rain was released

Unsung heroes of the music industry

Marc WadsworthSuperstar Stevie Wonder's European manager Keith Harris is hardly a household name. And nor is Jacqui Davidson who shaped the international career of reggae star Shabba Ranks and currently looks after Wayne Hector, a Black man who has co- ...

Music fans name 'worst songs of the 1980s'

Let’s face it - the 1980s gave us a lot of bad, cheesy and embarrassing music.  But is the worst song the decade of Rubik’s cubes and leg warmers produced really the number 1 hit We Built This City by the group Starship?  It is, according to ...

Freedom for Palestine song makes chart history

A song and video made to raise awareness of the human rights abuses and crushing poverty experienced by the people of Palestine has been hailed a success.Freedom for Palestine has reached a landmark number 10 in the UK indie music chart and has entered the ...

US music star ignores calls to boycott Israel

For American soul and R&B singer Macy Gray, it started out as a simple Facebook status update inviting discussion concerning upcoming concerts, writes Gabriel San Roman.   The Grammy award winner wrote on Monday (17 Jan):"I'm booked ...

Lady GaGa's 'whorish face' in hate group song

Anti-gay hate group, Westboro Baptist Church in Topeka, Kansas, USA, have turned their brand of venom on American singer and performer Lady GaGa, real name Stefani Germanotta. The "God Hates Fags" people have produced a parody of the bisexual glam-pop star ...

UK firm sues after Lady Gaga concert scam

British company Banana Split claims in court that it was scammed for $1.1 million by two men using "multiple corporate shells".The firm alleges that the men said they could book pop singer Lady Gaga for a concert - and it says it's not the only one that's ...

Why hologram of dead rapper was inevitable

Tupac Shakurs’ high-tech resurrection at Coachella this past weekend embodied what he has become in death: pure image, nostalgic totem, and ghastly spectacle, writes Jack Hamilton. In 1981, Rolling Stone famously slapped a photo of Jim Morrison o ...

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