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  1. The 10 Best Moments From Glastonbury Festival’s 50 Year History This year, the iconic Glastonbury Festival would have celebrated its 50th year in existence. However, the coronavirus pandemic forced the festival to cancel its 2020 edition, meaning that headlining performances from Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, Paul McCartney and Diana Ross will have to wait until next year. The first Glastonbury Festival, then called the Pilton Pop, Blues and Folk Festival, was held in 1970 to 1,500 people and featured T. Rex, Steamhammer, Stackridge and Al Stewart. The festival continued to grow throughout the the end of the 20th century, with 1994 setting the record for its largest attendance with 300,000 people. In more recent years, Glastonbury has been headlined by Kanye West, the Cure, Stormzy and Miley Cyrus. In celebration of Glastonbury’s 50th anniversary, take a walk down (a very muddy) memory lane and reminisce about the best acts to grace Worthy Farm, from Johnny Cash to Katy Perry. Johnny Cash (1994) In 1994, Johnny Cash played Glastonbury Festival. In his autobiography, “Cash: The Autobiography,” Cash wrote that the set was one of the highlights of his career. Glastonbury co-creator Michael Eavis told NME that Cash was one of his best bookings, giving a performance that was “spellbinding, bloody brilliant.” David Bowie (2000) David Bowie’s 2000 performance at Glastonbury was so good that he released a live album version of it in 2018. Bowie first performed at the festival in 1971, the year after its inception, and had a strong relationship to it till his death. Paul McCartney (2004) 2004’s Glastonbury was Paul McCartney’s first festival appearance as a solo artist. The Guardian called his performance “a genuine Glastonbury moment,” reporting that “Hey Jude” “turned into an all-encompassing sing-along.” Stevie Wonder (2010) Stevie Wonder closed out the 40th year of Glastonbury in 2010, welcoming co-founder Michael Eavis on stage to help him sing “Happy Birthday” to the festival. He played all of his hits, including “Superstition” and “Signed, Sealed, Delivered,” as well as covers of the Beatles’ “We Can Work It Out” and “Human Nature” by Michael Jackson. Snoop Dogg (2010) After being denied a visa to enter the U.K. in 2008, Snoop Dogg finally made his mark on England at Glastonbury in 2010. During Snoop’s set, Tinie Tempah made a guest appearance to perform “Pass Out.” Beyoncé (2011) Beyoncé headlined the Pyramid Stage in 2011, playing all her hits, as well as covers of “You Oughta Know” by Alanis Morissette, “Sex on Fire” by Kings of Leon and Etta James’ “At Last.” Fireworks and stunning choreography made her set unforgettable. The Rolling Stones (2013) The Rolling Stones, one of the biggest bands to ever come out of Britain, made their Glastonbury debut in 2013. They put on an electrifying show, serving the audience with a back-to-back medley of their greatest hits. Former guitarist Mick Taylor even joined them on stage to play an extended version of “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking.” Dolly Parton (2014) Performing in a white rhinestone jumpsuit, Dolly Parton drew more than 180,000 audience members to the stage for her 2014 Glastonbury performance. According to her website, Parton said, “I’m just a country girl and now I feel like a rock star” of the festival. Adele (2016) Adele headlined Glastonbury’s 2016 edition, providing lots of between-song banter. “This is the best moment of my life,” she told the crowd, according to Billboard. Opening with “Hello” and closing with “Someone Like You,” Adele’s performance was a cathartic showstopper. Katy Perry (2017) Katy Perry brought the energy to her 2017 Glastonbury set. In-between singing hits including “Teenage Dream,” “Dark Horse,” “California Gurls” and “I Kissed a Girl,” Perry crowd surfed and danced with security personnel. Fuente: Variety Te gusta la lista? Cuál es tu presentación favorita? Qué otra presentación hubieras incluido?
  2. 10. Dixie Chicks, "Gaslighter" With "Gaslighter," the Dixie Chicks came roaring back from a 14-year hiatus. The song channels the anger of a woman scorned by her husband -- lead singer Natalie Maines seemingly draws from her real life relationship with ex Adrian Pasdar -- and perhaps fits best as the spiritual prequel to "Goodbye Earl." (They haven't poisoned his black-eyed-peas just yet.) Weaponizing their gorgeous vocal harmonies against the man who did wrong, "Gaslighter" provides a foot-stomping, burn-it-all-to-the-ground good time. The Chicks are still not ready to make nice, and that's perfectly fine with us. -- DENISE WARNER 9. Grimes, "Delete Forever" "Wonderwall" at the end of the world; an acoustic campfire singalong for when the entire planet is burning. "Delete Forever" resonates more and more the further we get into the most unprecedented year of many of our lifetimes, not just for its lyrics of extreme anxiety ("Lying so awake, things I can't escape") and disillusionment ("Innocence was fleeting like a season") but for its overall feeling of surrender to oblivion's inevitability. "I see everything," Grimes laments -- an imperfect oracle to be sure, but one whose visions we can't help but keep returning to. -- A.U. 8. Dua Lipa, "Physical" The second single from Future Nostalgia opens with a 13-second instrumental, and for that, we should all be grateful. It’s just enough time to summon everyone within earshot to the dance floor and to mentally prepare yourself to give everything you’ve got for the next three minutes. After that, all bets are off -- thumping bass, well-timed claps and a bursting chorus combine to make a frenetic ‘80s-influenced jam that pays dutiful homage to the Olivia Newton-John jazzercise effort that helped inspire it. “Physical” is nothing short of an adrenaline-filled powerhouse that will rejuvenate any party for years to come. Don’t you agree? -- J.G. 7. Christine & The Queens, "People, I've Been Sad" The French singer has long been a master of the depressionbanger -- those transcendent pop anthems that are equal parts muscle and melancholy -- yet her simple declarations of solitude here nail the feeling of watching days slip by better than anything in her catalog. The chorus also offers a fitting snapshot of quarantine life: By pitching down her vocals and putting herself in conversation with her own voice, she's apart but not totally alone. And right now, you definitely know the feeling. -- NOLAN FEENEY 6. Lady Gaga, "Stupid Love" Gaga's smart enough to know that after leaving the dancefloor for a spell, you don't just come barreling back in at 11, and her return to Mother Monster territory on "Stupid Love" is a wonder of build-and-release ecstasy. Opening with a quivering electro-pop rhythm, Gaga matches the nervous energy of the Moroder-esque synth with a tentative, sweet croon, gradually working her way back up to the full-bore rapture of her early days. When she retakes the throne on the throbbing, shout-it-to-the-heavens chorus, it's clear she's truly at home: The Academy Awards might be a nice place to visit, and the widescreen ranches of Joanne have charm, but for species Gaga, Club Chromatica is the natural habitat. -- J. Lynch 5. Roddy Ricch, "The Box" Roddy Ricch got an early bid on claiming one of 2020’s most popular songs when “The Box” snared the Hot 100’s top rung in January, and stayed there 11 weeks. Between the track’s hypnotic uptempo beat, brain-sticking hook (“I won't never sell my soul”), Ricch’s vocal fervor and squeaky “eee err” ad-lib -- which launched countless memes and TikTok videos -- “The Box” was the Compton, Calif. rapper’s mainstream breakthrough. As Ricch told Billboard, “It just bangs. The 808s hit so hard.” -- G.M. 4. Doja Cat, "Say So" Even in a year where top 40 has been absolutely swarming with disco retro, there's an ease to the throwback elements of Doja Cat's "Say So" that makes it feel the least consciously backwards-looking of the year's best floor-fillers. The singer-rapper born Amalaratna Zandile Dlamini glides on the beat like she's doing a lap around the roller rink, her airy coo and over-caffeinated spitting both matching the sublime guitar-chop funk as naturally as Diana Ross jamming with Nile Rodgers 40 years earlier. Of course, it's not Rodgers but Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald -- the writer/producer accused by Kesha of sexual assault and other abuse -- who Doja's sharing the floor with on "Say So," an uncomfortable fact that shouldn't be ignored, even when celebrating what's clearly one of the most irresistible pop songs of 2020. -- A.U. 3. Harry Styles, "Adore You" Though released in December 2019, Harry Styles’ Fine Line grew roots in 2020 thanks to undeniably catchy singles “Adore You” and “Watermelon Sugar.” And while lead single “Lights Up” officially ushered in Styles’ second album, it’s the Top 40-friendlier “Adore You” that best marks his place in pop today -- and scored him his first No. 1 on Billboard’s Pop Songs radio airplay chart. After all, in addition to a gorgeously crafted hit, there are few things better than having someone plea through pitch-perfect vocals to “just let me adore you.” Only a fool would turn down an offer like that. -- L.H. 2. Megan Thee Stallion feat. Beyoncé, "Savage (Remix)" Houston, we got a problem! When the city's noblest daughters in Megan Thee Stallion and Beyoncé joined forces on the "Savage" remix, some considered it an anointment, crowning Meg as the premier female rapper in hip-hop. With Beyoncé riding shotgun, Megan's dynamic single received an extra jolt of rawness when Queen Bey gave her stamp of approval for OnlyFans enthusiasts, Demon Time warriors, and more. While Bey surfed through the J. White Did It beat with calm precision, Megan's husky hook ("I'm a Savage/ Classy, bougie, ratchet") remained the backbone for the swaggering track. Ultimately, the Houston connection proved to be timely, as Megan landed her first Hot 100 No. 1 last month with the record. -- C.L. 1. The Weeknd, "Blinding Lights" Sometimes the best songs are ones you think you’ve heard before -- but from a different artist and a different time. “Blinding Lights” is like that. The opening drumbeat is a DeLorean back to Michael Jackson’s “Beat It.” The amphetamine synth conjures fond memories of leopard-print-era Rod Stewart’s “Young Turks” -- or maybe that other guy with the avian hairdo, Mike Score from A Flock of Seagulls? And isn’t that spooky B-movie organ from Rockwell’s “Somebody’s Watching Me”? Whoah, stop thinking so much, dude, and let Abel Tesfaye’s Drambuie-drenched vocals bathe you in euphoria as you bop around your home in an M-95 mask, punching your fist to the “Hey!-Hey!-Hey!”’s, and giving thanks to Max Martin and The Weeknd for making a magical and much-needed tonic for troubled times. -- FRANK DIGIACOMO Resto de la lista
  3. #1 Adele - 25 (800,307) #2 Little Mix - Glory Days (96,205) #3 Taylor Swift - reputation (84,000) #4 Beyoncé - Lemonade (73,000) #5 Pink - Beautiful Trauma (70,074) #6 Florence & The Machine - How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful (68,788) #7 Ariana Grande - thank u, next (65,000) #8 Little Mix - Get Weird (60,053) #9 Jess Glynne - I Cry When I Laugh (60,000) #10 Little Mix - LM5 (56,840) #11 Taylor Swift - Lover (53,015) #12 Lady Gaga - Chromatica (52,097) #13 Pink - Hurts 2B Human (48,861) #14 Kylie Minogue - Golden (48,032) #15 Billie Eilish - WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO (48,000) #16 Emeli Sande - Long Live The Angels (47,512) #17 Ariana Grande - Sweetener (45,000) #18 Paloma Faith - The Architect (40,000) #19 Ellie Goulding - Delirium (38,429) #20 Madonna - Rebel Heart (37, 245) El streaming fue incluido en los charts de UK para álbums desde Marzo del 2015
  4. Jay-Z’s Tidal Is Being Investigated In Norway For Allegedly Faking Streaming Numbers https://uproxx.com/music/jay-z-tidal-investigation-numbers-norway/ Norwegian Court Approves Data-Fraud Investigation of Tidal https://variety.com/2020/digital/global/tidal-jay-z-beyonce-data-fraud-investigation-in-norway-1234631663/
  5. Día calentito el de hoy en el entorno de Lana Del Rey. Esta misma mañana la madre de «Born To Die» ha compartido un escrito en redes en el que, aparte de anunciar dos libros de poesías y confirmar el 5 de septiembre como el día de salida al mercado de su próximo disco de estudio (presuntamente aquella obra de spoken word titulada «Violet Bent Backwards Over The Grass» de la que tanto se ha hablado), la artista estadounidense ha tratado de defenderse de las críticas vertidas contra ella por «glamurizar el abuso» en los temas incluidos en sus últimas obras. «Ahora que Doja Cat, Ariana, Camila, Cardi B, Kehlani, Nicki Minaj y Beyoncé han conseguido sus números uno con canciones sobre ser sexy, ir sin ropa, follar, ser infiel, etc… Por favor, ¿puedo volver a cantar sobre sentirse empoderada y sentirse bonita al estar enamorada incluso cuando una relación no es perfecta?» – declara. «O también cantar sobre bailar por dinero, o lo que sea, sin tener que estar crucificada o que me señalen porque estoy ‘glamurizando el abuso (???). Estoy cansada de compositoras y cantantes que dicen que «glamurizo» el abuso cuando en realidad soy solo una persona glamurosa que canta sobre las realidades en las que estamos sumergidos«. A modo de apunte un tanto conclusivo, Lana deja caer que la industria, y también la sociedad, debería proteger, al menos en parte, a roles como el que ella lleva enarbolando desde sus inicios. “Seamos claros” – añade. “No soy una feminista, pero tiene que haber un espacio en el feminismo para mujeres que son y actúan como yo”. Lana Del Rey fue una de las grandes protagonistas de 2019 gracias a la edición de «Norman Fucking Rockwell«, gran disco en el que Elizabeth Woolridge Grant bebía más que nunca de aquel pop folk clásico armonizado con hipnóticas secciones de cuerda y bellísimos arreglos orquestales. Fuente
  6. Ha tenido lugar en el Staples Center de Los Ángeles un evento homenaje a Kobe Bryant, icónico jugador de baloncesto fallecido trágicamente a finales del pasado mes de enero en un accidente de helicóptero, junto a su hija de 13 años Gianna y otras siete personas. Bryant y su hija eran enterrados en un cementerio de Corona del Mar, California el pasado 7 de febrero. El homenaje a Bryant ha contado con números musicales por parte de Beyoncé, Alicia Keys y Christina Aguilera. La primera ha sido la encargada de abrir la ceremonia acompañada de un coro y una banda con los que ha interpretado dos canciones originales, ‘XO’ y ‘Halo’. Al introducir su actuación, la artista ha explicado al público que ‘XO’ era una de las canciones favoritas de Bryant. Después, Alicia Keys ha interpretado al piano la famosa composición ‘Moonlight Sonata’ de Ludwig van Beethoven, otra de las piezas musicales favoritas del jugador. Christina Aguilera ha sido la encargada de poner el broche final el evento con una interpretación de ‘Ave Maria’ de Franz Schubert. Además de las actuaciones musicales, durante el homenaje han tenido lugar discursos tan emotivos y aplaudidos como los ofrecidos por Michael Jordan y la viuda de Kobe, Vanessa Bryant.
  7. Beyoncé Giselle Knowles (n. Houston, Texas, 4 de septiembre de 1981), conocida simplemente como Beyoncé, es una cantante y compositora de R&B, productora discográfica, bailarina y actriz estadounidense. Su carrera musical comenzó a finales de los 90s como la vocalista principal del grupo Destiny's Child, junto a Kelly Rowland y Michelle Williams. Durante el receso temporal del grupo, Beyoncé lanzó su primer álbum como solista en el año 2003, titulado Dangerously in Love, del cual se desprendieron sencillos como "Crazy in Love" y "Baby Boy", los cuales fueron #1 en la lista Billboard Hot 100, se convirtió en uno de los álbumes más exitosos del año, ganando 5 Premios Grammy en una sola noche en el año 2004. Después de la disolución definitiva del grupo, Beyoncé lanzó su segundo álbum como solista en el 2006, titulado B'Day, el álbum debutó en el primer lugar de la lista Billboard 200 e incluye los éxitos "Déjà Vu", "Irreplaceable" (#1 en Billboard Hot 100) y "Beautiful Liar". Su tercer álbum, I Am... Sasha Fierce, fue lanzado a finales de 2008 e incluye éxitos como "If I Were a Boy", "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" (#1 en Billboard Hot 100) y "Halo", el álbum y sus sencillos hicieron que Beyoncé rompiera récord en la ceremonia de los Premios Grammy de 2010, siendo galardonada con 6 de los 10 premios a los que optaba, convirtiéndose así en la artista femenina que más Premios Grammy ha ganado en una noche. La cantante ha vendido más de 60 millones de discos con el grupo Destiny's Child,1 más de 30 millones como solista haciendo un total de 90 millones vendidos mundialmente. En junio de 2011 lanza su cuarto álbum de estudio, 4 el álbum debutó en el número 1 del Billboard 200 de el se desprenden los éxitos "Run the World (Girls)", "Best Thing I Never Had", "Countdown", "Party" y "Love on Top", entre otros.
  8. Best Original Song 1. "Beautiful Ghosts" from Cats (Universal). Music and lyrics by Taylor Swift and Andrew Lloyd Webber. 2. "(I'm Gonna) Love Me Again" from Rocketman (Paramount). Music by Elton John; lyrics by Bernie Taupin. 3. "Into the Unknown" from Frozen 2 (Disney). Music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez. 4. "Spirit" from The Lion King (Disney). Music and lyrics by Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, Timothy McKenzie and Ilya Salmanzadeh. 5. "Stand Up" from Harriet (Focus Features). Music and lyrics by Joshuah Brian Campbell and Cynthia Erivo. https://www.goldenglobes.com/winners-nominees/2020/all#category-68
  9. Album of the Year Ariana Grande - thank u, next Bon Iver - i,i Lana Del Rey - Norman ****ing Rockwell! Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go H.E.R. - I Used to Know Her Lil Nas X - 7 Lizzo - Cuz I Love You Vampire Weekend - Father of the Bride Record of the Year Bon Iver - Hey Ma Billie Eilish - Bad Guy Ariana Grande - 7 rings H.E.R. - Hard Place Khalid - Talk Lil Nas X - Old Town Road Lizzo - Truth Hurts Post Malone - Sunflower Song of the Year Lady Gaga - Always Remember Us This Way Billie Eilish - Bad Guy Brandi Carlile - Bring My Flowers Now H.E.R. - Hard Place Taylor Swift - Lover Lana Del Rey - Norman ****ing Rockwell Lewis Capaldi - Someone You Love Lizzo - Truth Hurts Best New Artist Black Pumas Billie Eilish Lil Nas X Lizzo Maggie Rogers Rosalía Tank and the Bangas Yola Best Pop Solo Performance Beyoncé - Spirit Billie Eilish - Bad Guy Ariana Grande - 7 rings Lizzo - Truth Hurts Taylor Swift - You Need to Calm Down Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Ariana Grande & the Social House - Boyfriend The Jonas Brothers - Sucker Lil Nas X - Old Town Road [ft. Billy Ray Cyrus] Post Malone - Sunflower [ft. Swae Lee] Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello - Señorita Best Pop Vocal Album Beyoncé - The Lion King: The Gift Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? Ariana Grande - thank u, next Ed Sheeran - No.6 Collaborations Project Taylor Swift - Lover Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album Andrea Bocelli - Sì Michael Bublé - Love (Deluxe Edition) Elvis Costello & The Imposters - Look Now John Legend - A Legendary Christmas Barbra Streisand - Walls Best Rap Album Dreamville - Revenge of the Dreamers III Meek Mill - Championships 21 Savage - I Am > I Was Tyler, the Creator - IGOR YBN Cordae - The Lost Boy Best Rock Performance Bones UK - Pretty Waste Gary Clark Jr. - This Land Brittany Howard - History Repeats Karen O & Danger Mouse - Woman Rival Sons - Too Bad Best Rock Song Tool - Fear Inoculum The 1975 - Give Yourself a Try Vampire Weekend - Harmony Hall Brittany Howard - History Repeats Gary Clark Jr. - This Land Best Rock Album Bring Me the Horizon - amo Cage the Elephant - Social Cues The Cranberries - In the End I Prevail - Trauma Rival Sons - Feral Roots Best Alternative Music Album Big Thief - U.F.O.F. James Blake - Assume Form Bon Iver - i,i Vampire Weekend - Father of the Bride Thom Yorke - Anima Best R&B Performance Daniel Caesar - Love Again [ft. Brandy] H.E.R. - Could’ve Been [ft. Bryson Tiller] Lizzo - Exactly How I Feel [ft. Gucci Mane] Lucky Daye - Roll Some Mo Anderson .Paak - Come Home [ft. And Full list: Grammy.com/Nominations
  10. Ryan Tedder de OneRepublic confirma canción con Beyoncé, Adele y Chris Martin de Coldplay En una entrevista reciente en el backstage en el Global Citizen Festival, donde la banda OneRepublic actuó, Ryan Tedder confirmó que la banda está preparando un nuevo álbum, probablemente titulado "Human", y una de las canciones presenta a Beyoncé y Adele. "Tenemos una canción con Beyonce y Adele y Chris Martin [Coldplay] hizo un solo de piano", dijo Ryan Tedder, revelando el secreto esperado por muchos. Se nota que es trolleo pero igual lo posteo (?)
  11. The 100 best albums of the 21st century We polled 45 music writers to rank the definitive LPs of the 21st century so far. Read our countdown of passionate pop, electrifying rock and anthemic rap – and see if you agree 1. Amy Winehouse - Back to Black (2006) 2. The Strokes - Is this It (2001) 3. Kanye West - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (2010) 4. Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp a Butterfly (2015) 5. LCD Soundsystem - Sound of Silver (2007) 6. Dizee Rascal - Boy in da Corner (2003) 7. The Streets - Original Pirate Material (2002) 8. Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I am, That's What I'm Not (2006) 9. Beyoncé - BEYONCÉ (2013) 10. Frank Ocean - Blonde (2016) 11. Radiohead - In Rainbows (2007) 12. Frank Ocean - Channel Orange (2012) 13. D’Angelo - Voodoo (2000) 14. Kendrick Lamar - good kid, m.A.A.d. city (2012) 15. Robyn - Body Talk (2010) 16. Radiohead - Kid A (2000) 17. Outkast - Stankonia (2000) 18. Kanye West - Yeezus (2013) 19. PJ Harvey - Stories From the City, Stories From the Sea (2000) 20. Arcade Fire - Funeral (2004) El resto de la lista ----> Aquí
  12. Disney Announces Beyonce-Produced 'The Lion King: The Gift' Album Walt Disney announced on Tuesday (July 9) that Beyonce will be curating and producing a new album, The Lion King: The Gift. The album and the film's soundtrack will also include new Bey song called “Spirit,” out tonight. The album will feature a number of global recording artists and "steeped in the sounds of Africa," according to the announcement on Instagram. “This is sonic cinema,” Beyoncé said of the record in a statement. “This is a new experience of storytelling. I wanted to do more than find a collection of songs that were inspired by the film. It is a mixture of genres and collaboration that isn’t one sound. It is influenced by everything from R&B, pop, hip hop and Afro Beat.” “I wanted to put everyone on their own journey to link the storyline,” she continued. “Each song was written to reflect the film’s storytelling that gives the listener a chance to imagine their own imagery, while listening to a new contemporary interpretation. It was important that the music was not only performed by the most interesting and talented artists but also produced by the best African producers. Authenticity and heart were important to me.” The Lion King: The Gift is out July 19, along with the live-action film, which features Bey as Nala.
  13. TIDAL ‘FAKE STREAMS’: CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION UNDERWAY OVER POTENTIAL DATA FRAUD IN NORWAY Para quien se haya perdido la primera parte de esta polémica: https://foros.fotech.cl/topic/337778-mi-noticia-reportaje-acusa-a-tidal-de-manipular-los-numeros-de-streams-de-kanye-west-y-beyonce-para-benificiarlos/ Norwegian financial newspaper Dagens Næringsliv said it had obtained an internal TIDAL company hard drive which proved the streaming platform’s play-counts for two major albums from 2016 – Beyoncé’s Lemonade and Kanye West’s The Life Of Pablo – had been artificially inflated. DN reported: ‘Beyoncé’s and Kanye West’s listener numbers on TIDAL have been manipulated to the tune of several hundred million false plays… which has generated massive royalty payouts at the expense of other artists.’ TIDAL CEO Richard Sanders subsequently “rejected and denied” DN’s claims, but TIDAL opened an internal review into a potential data breach anyway. This review, announced eight months ago and undertaken by a third-party cyber security company, aimed to “aggressively [pursue] multiple avenues available to uncover what occurred”. No results have been publicly published to date. In response to DN’s story, Norwegian collection society Tono, which represents around 30,000 songwriters, filed an official police complaint against TIDAL. Today (January 14) brings big news: Dagens Næringsliv has revealed that Norway’s National Authority for Investigation and Prosecution of Economic and Environmental Crime (Økokrim) has begun an investigation into potential ‘fake streams’ at TIDAL. Økokrim’s Chief Public Prosecutor, Elisabeth Harbo-Lervik, confirmed that Norwegian authorities launched this ongoing investigation – aiming to prove or disprove the suspicion of streaming volume manipulation within TIDAL – in the fall/autumn of 2018. According Harbo-Lervik, Økokrim’s inquiries are “still in an early stage”. Yet at least four former TIDAL employees have been interrogated before a judge as part of the investigation so far, says DN, facing over 25 hours of questioning in total. Of this group, reports DN, three people left TIDAL abruptly and simultaneously in the second half of 2016: two held Business Analyst roles at the platform, while the third was TIDAL’s Head of Business Intelligence – responsible for analyzing streaming figures. DN claims that, while still employees of TIDAL in Norway, this trio recognized signs of manipulation regarding the relevant Kanye West and Beyoncé albums; the group then contacted a lawyer before informing TIDAL management about their findings, after which an internal meeting was held. All three individuals subsequently resigned from TIDAL after signing what a DN source calls “the gold standard of confidentiality contracts”. “[TIDAL] has previously stated that they consider themselves to be insulted by [DN’s allegations, so the company] should have a vested interest in getting information on the table that will [tell us] anything about a possible manipulation,” said Harbo-Lervik to DN (translated). “But we’re still waiting for them to offer this information.” TIDAL’s lawyer, Fredrik Berg at the law firm Fend, commented: “TIDAL is at this time not a suspect nor has there been filed charges. We have an ongoing dialogue with Økokrim. It would not be right to share the contents of this discussion with the press.” According to DN’s original report into ‘fake streams’, at least 320 million TIDAL plays across both The Life Of Pablo and Lemonade in 2016 are believed to have been manipulated. DN interviewed individual TIDAL subscribers who said there were plays of these albums recorded on their accounts which they didn’t recognise. DN further reported that it had gained access to record company royalty payment reports revealing that TIDAL paid Sony in excess of $4 million across April and May of 2016. Of this, Lemonade – a Billboard 200 No.1 album – accounted for an estimated $2.5 million. Likewise, according to DN, in February and March 2016, TIDAL paid Universal a total of €3.2 million ($3.4m) . Of this, The Life of Pablo approximately delivered approximately €2 million ($2.1m). DN hired the NTNU’s Center for Cyber and Information Security (CCIS) to forensically investigated the data it obtained on TIDAL’s plays. This report – which you can download in full here – concluded: “We have through advanced statistical analysis determined that there has in fact been a manipulation of the [TIDAL] data at particular times. The manipulation appears targeted towards a very specific set of track IDs, related to two distinct albums.” FUENTE:
  14. #1 - Shakira 2,787,432,139 #2 - Arianda Grande 2,371,764,626 #3 - Blackpink 2,329,290,499 #4 - Marilia Mendonça 2,215,132,169 #5 - Becky G 2,188,660,546 #6 - Camila Cabello 1,996,354,615 #7 - Taylor Swift 1,962,936,529 #8 - Cardi B 1,956,810,335 #9 - Katy Perry 1,809,074,598 #10 - Karol G 1,647,188,142 #11 - Dua Lipa 1,614,942,447 #12 - Natti Natasha 1,366,167,337 #13 - Beyoncé 1,327,000,941 #14 - Sia 1,272,621,174 #15 - Anitta 1,204,526,339 Lista Completa https://kworb.net/youtube/topartists_2018.html
  15. En entrevista para The New Yorker: - You’ve done these duets with nearly everybody. Is there any artist that you think would mean something to you to share a bill with now, for these songs? Oh, it could be Adele, it could be Lady Gaga, it could be Beyoncé—women who are in the top of their field. Céline. You know Céline? We did a duet together. She’s lovely. She came to my house for dinner. She’s wonderful. She has a great voice. https://www.newyorker.com/culture/the-new-yorker-interview/barbra-streisand-can-hear-herself-again
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