The superstar’s signature style features designer oversized sweatshirts and baggy pants, often paired with designer sneakers, chunky chain-link necklaces, sunglasses and garish extra-long nail extensions more often associated with rapper Cardi B. On Grammy night, she wore an oversized Gucci pantsuit and Gucci’s Flashtrek sneakers with glittering lime green accents that matched her neon-dyed lime roots and even sported a similar Gucci sheer crystal black face mask on the red carpet. … [Read more...] about Billie Eilish: The 18 year-old anti-pop-star redefining stardom with original punk-rock style
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Suddenly, the virus struck. Key moments emerged, moments in which residents in Wuhan, the center of the outbreak, came to grief after the massive lockdown of the city, moments in which they suffered but still fulfilled their duty as citizens to cooperate with the government, moments in which the whole of China activated the highest level of emergency response and many families were separated but stood united against the virus spread. … [Read more...] about Commentary: China’s virus battle unites people, protects world
On December 25 I spent a good part of the evening watching festive videos on YouTube including the song Do They Know It's Christmas? by Band Aid -- a group of British pop stars brought together by Bob Geldof in 1984 to raise funds for the famine in Ethiopia. … [Read more...] about Thank you George for the good times!
With over 1000 performances worldwide, the band’s unique blend of zitar and saxophone with drum and tabla in Sufi and Bollywood songs portrays their versatility in performing all possible genres of Indian music. Even though they perform a lot of Nusrat Fateh ali Khan’s kalams, they also play their own music occasionally. Swaraag’s music expresses the deep-rooted thoughts of one’s heart with their simple lyrics. “Our shows have made us look at live performances as an ‘energy exchange’ programme. But the onus to ignite the mood rests entirely on the artiste/band.” … [Read more...] about Band of the soil: Swaraag
Well, this is the story of another such reminder, except it wasn’t from my dad. It goes something like this: I was driving to work one morning, weaving through rush-hour traffic with my usual playlist for company. Today, like most other days, I was in the mood for some John Lennon classics. I hummed along to the usual hits - imagine, Instant Karma and Working Class Hero. Tapping on the steering wheel, bopping my head to each tune, I was deep in the groove. Just then I came to this busy intersection when, out of nowhere, a scrawny street kid leapt into view. I jammed the brakes hard and screeched to a halt. Time stood still. As did this kid, with a sheepish grin across his face. At that very moment, as if by some happy fluke, it happened. … [Read more...] about Could a pop song change the way you look at your finances?