Japanese hip hop

Diddy wins $ 7.5 million bid to buy Sean John brand

Sean “Diddy” combs is ready to bring Y2K fashion back to the main stage as the majority owner of the menswear brand he launched, Jean-Jean. The artist and businessman founded clothing brand Sean John in 1998, but sold the majority of the company’s shares in 2016. However, the company that …

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‘NYC’s Secret Weapon’ Comes to the Next Step | Entertainment

PUTNEY – Japanese keyboardist and composer Masayuki Hirano (BIGYUKI) performs at Next Stage Arts on Friday at 7:30 p.m. The performance begins with a solo grand piano set from “NYC’s Secret Weapon”, followed by a trio set with Randy Runyon on guitar and Tim “Smithsoneon” Smith on drums. “We’re excited …

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Tokyo Music Scene 2021 Roundup Metropolis Japan

In what can only be described as another weird year in the world, there were some good sides up until 2021. The Tokyo Olympics gave us all something, Squid Game took the internet by storm. , the #FreeBritney movement has succeeded in its quest, plus we’ve been treated to a …

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Watch: Dubai Shopping Festival 2022 attractions unveiled

File photo of a previous Lego Festival at the Dubai Festival City Mall, Dubai Festival City, as part of the Dubai Shopping Festival Image Credit: Provided Dubai: The annual Dubai Shopping Festival (DSF) unveiled its lineup for its latest edition – from December 15 to January 30 – which includes …

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The Ultimate European Travel Guide for Electronic Music Fans – EDM.com

Many in North America consider cities like Las Vegas, Miami, Los Angeles, and New York to be hot spots for entertainment. Still, stories of nightlife in Europe have long permeated after-party restroom and dancefloor conversations across America. Some diehard ravers and dance music fanatics will stop at nothing to find …

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“Action can bring about change. Art? I don’t know about it “

Calix’s “Crash and Burn” EP is what happens when panic and frustration is funneled into the story and the sound. His five tracks, written during confinement, all recount an experience that characterized this period of Filipino society: being consumed by the terror of violence and uncertainty, while thirsting for an …

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Dear Annie opens in Cambridge; eat at Eataly for Globe Santa

Eat for a cause: Pasta with benefits: Monday December 6 Eataly Boston (800 Boylston St.) donates 10 percent of all market and restaurant sales to Globe Santa, providing books and toys to families in need for the holidays. Visit from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Visit Newton’s Baramor (45 Union …

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7 K-pop idols who are also successful entrepreneurs

Besides wowing the world with their talent and growing popularity, Korean musicians have become the face of several sponsorship deals and creative collaborations. Plus, some of them have gone the extra mile and invested in lucrative businesses to get the best returns. These include investing in real estate and start-ups …

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The 11 best music books of 2021

Read our Michelle Zauner profile Crying in H Mart By Michelle Zauner In search of the raga: an improvisation on Indian music By Amit Chaudhuri Amit Chaudhuri has led many lives. The novelist, essayist, teacher and musician has spent time in London, Bombay and Calcutta and studied North Indian classical …

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Oblivion Access Festival announces 2022 lineup – Coog Radio – University of Houston Radio

After the initial COVID delays, Oblivion Access Festival – formerly Austin Terror Fest – released the lineup for its 2022 debut on Thursday. Originally scheduled for June 2020 and postponed following pandemic closures, festival organizers took to their official Instagram to announce new plans for May next year. The festival …

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