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Review: Madonna and Maluma release visually striking video for 'Medellín' Special

On April 24, pop queen Madonna and Latin pop star Maluma released their brand new music video for "Medellín," which is a true work of art.

Thieves steal 35 rare saxophones from Italian collector

Rome - Thieves have stolen 35 rare saxophones from an well-known Italian collection but missed the crown jewel: one which belonged to jazz great Sonny Rollins.

Ugandan police detain dissident pop star turned MP Bobi Wine

Kanpala - Ugandan police on Monday detained Bobi Wine, a pop star turned MP who became a high-profile government critic, after shutting down one of his concerts and firing tear gas at his fans.

Review: Dale Ann Bradley glorious on 'Hard Way Every Time' music video Special

Bluegrass star Dale Ann Bradley released the music video for her song "The Hard Way Every Time," and the result is glorious.

K-pop phenomenon BTS first Korean act to top UK chart

London - K-pop sensation BTS scored another record on Friday, becoming the first Korean act to top Britain's album chart.

Exclusive premiere: The White Wolves' 'I Won't Be Around' video Special

Musical duo The White Wolves premiered their new music video for "I Won't Be Around" exclusively on Digital Journal. They also spoke about their new music video.

Rodg talks new album 'Fate,' future plans, technology and Beyoncé Special

Electronic artist Rodg chatted with Digital Journal about his new studio album "Fate," which will be released on Armada Music. He also spoke about the impact of technology on the electronic dance music scene.

Review: Jonas Brothers release refreshing 'Cool' single and music video Special

Acclaimed pop trio Jonas Brothers released their new music video for their latest single "Cool." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Mick Jagger says 'on the mend' after medical procedure

New York - Legendary Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger said Friday he is "on the mend" after reportedly undergoing heart valve replacement surgery in New York -- news that gave his legions of fans a fright.

Mick Jagger says 'on the mend' after medical procedure

New York - Mick Jagger is "on the mend" after a reportedly successful heart valve procedure in New York, the Rolling Stones frontman said Friday.

Op-Ed: Mötley Crüe belongs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Mötley Crüe is a band that belongs in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. They helped reshape the landscape of heavy metal and hard rock.

Avicii's team announces new music from beloved electronic star

On Friday, April 5, the team of the late electronic mega-star Avicii announced that there will be new music that will be released posthumously.

Interviewing the Interviewer: Michael Fairman talks music career Special

Acclaimed entertainment personality Michael Fairman is known for interviewing the biggest names in the daytime soap opera world. He is also a musician in his own right, and he chatted with this journalist about his musical endeavors.

Unknown footage of John Lennon, Yoko Ono resurfaces after 50 years

Den Haag - Fifty years after John Lennon and Yoko Ono famously staged a honeymoon "bed-in" for peace in an Amsterdam hotel, a Dutchman has unearthed 30 minutes of colour footage of the event from his cellar.

Grammy-nominated US rapper Nipsey Hussle shot dead: reports

Washington - Grammy-nominated rapper Nipsey Hussle was shot dead in the US city of Los Angeles on Sunday, US media reported.

Rolling Stones cancel tour over Mick Jagger's health

London - British rock icon Mick Jagger said on Saturday he was "devastated" after his Rolling Stones were forced to cancel their United States and Canada tour dates so he could receive "medical treatment".

Review: Steve Grand tugs at the heart on 'Disciple' music video Special

Singer-songwriter Steve Grand has released his powerful new music video for "Disciple." Grand is not afraid to showcase his vulnerability as an artist, and he lets it all out.

Justin Bieber to take hiatus from pop music, to focus on health

Global music pop superstar Justin Bieber announced that he will be taking a hiatus from the music business to focus on his mental health.

Back to the future: cassettes launch comeback tour

New York - The humble cassette -- that tiny little plastic rectangle containing the homemade mixtapes of yesteryear -- is back, joining vinyl as a darling of audiophiles who miss side A and side B.

Ex-Pantera singer's NZ gigs axed over past 'white power' comments

Christchurch - Two New Zealand performances by the former frontman of influential metal band Pantera have been cancelled in the wake of the Christchurch massacre over his past comments about white supremacy.

Musicians brace for Brexit disharmony

London - As the Brexit saga reaches a crescendo, classical musicians based in Britain fear that a disorderly divorce could threaten their European livelihood and stunt the development of potential maestros.

Review: I Prevail gets 'Paranoid' with new rock song and music video Special

On March 18, Detroit rock group I Prevail released their brand new music video for their song "Paranoid." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Puerto Rican star iLe confronts rape culture with defiant new song

New York - A rising Puerto Rican star who struck a chord with a song lambasting US oppression of her homeland is back with a provocative track tackling rape culture and society's machismo.

Joss Stone plays 'unofficial gig' in North Korea

Seoul - British singer-songwriter Joss Stone performed an informal gig in the capital of nuclear-armed North Korea as part of her ambitious project to perform in every country on earth.

SXSW 2019's Cannabusiness track opens on Thursday

Austin - South by Southwest (SXSW) has been going on annually since 1987, and at the same time, has grown to become an interactive 10-day event featuring everything from music to conferences and film. This year, for the first time, cannabis is a major theme.

Clean-cut K-pop embroiled in S. Korean sex scandal

Seoul - With wholesome looks and increasingly global fanbases, K-pop has sold its stars as the ultimate squeaky clean pin-ups. But a burgeoning sex scandal in the industry shows how pervasive discrimination and abuse are in South Korean society, activists say....

Second S. Korean star quits as K-pop sex scandal spreads

Seoul - A burgeoning K-pop sex scandal claimed a second scalp as a singer who rose to fame after coming second in one of South Korea's top talent shows admitted secretly filming himself having sex and sharing the footage.

Brian Justin Crum talks 'Circles,' Adam Lambert, hints new music Special

On March 12, singing sensation Brian Justin Crum chatted with Digital Journal about being a finalist on "America's Got Talent: The Champions," his song "Circles," as well as his plans for 2019, which will include a new song.

Science: Listening to music while working impairs creativity

Lancaster - Should you listen to music while you are working? For many this is down to individual preference, and many find music helps develop the muse. New research, however, finds that, overall, playing music whilst working inhibits the creative tide.

Pakistan — the other great home of the bagpipes

Sialkot - Umer Farooq's grandfather and father made bagpipes. Now he is the third generation to take up the tradition in Pakistan, which is thousands of kilometres from Scotland yet sells thousands of bagpipes each year.
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