Khaled isn’t the last guy carrying the torch for DJ-themed albums, but he is the most vocal and entertaining, the one angling for the biggest fish and, more often than not, hooking his catch. Photo: DJ Khaled/YouTube What makes a hit record soar? Is it vibrant melodies and impactful lyrics syncing up with driving, anthemic production? Is it the world-beating verve of a hungry new artist with a unique history and perspective? Is it the comforting voice of a household name or the familiarity of a beloved, time-tested melody reinterpreted for modern times? Is it all just chemistry, the careful mixing and matching of star power? These questions seem crucial to understanding the career path of DJ Khaled , the Palestinian American South Florida radio personality turned mogul, advertiser, and influencer who, 15 years ago this spring, dived into the business of star-studded rap compilations with 2006’s Listennn … The Album and never looked back. Khaled records carry on the same … [Read more...] about DJ Khaled Will Never Change. Why Should He?
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MADRID - Two young Senegalese men met on a Europe-bound migrant boat in 2006, a year that saw a record influx of Africans to Spain's Canary Islands. Since then, one died of a heart attack running away from Spanish police and the other is running in a polarized election Tuesday for a seat in Madrid's regional assembly. Serigne Mbaye not only wants to fight what he considers to be “structural racism” against African migrants but also to defy a history of underrepresentation of the Black community and other people of color in Spanish politics. “That’s where all discrimination begins,” the 45-year-old told The Associated Press. In 2018, having failed to secure legal work and a residence permit, the man he met on the boat — Mame Mbaye, no relation — died of a heart attack eluding a police crackdown on street vendors. After that, Serigne Mbaye, who at the time represented a group of mostly Black African hawkers, became one of the most vocal voices against Spain’s Alien Law, saying … [Read more...] about Black Candidate Challenges Political Status Quo in Spain
close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for May 2 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Two young Senegalese men met on a Europe -bound migrant boat in 2006, a year that saw a record influx of Africans to Spain’s Canary Islands. Since then, one died of a heart attack running away from Spanish police and the other is running in a polarized election Tuesday for a seat in Madrid’s regional assembly. Serigne Mbaye not only wants to fight what he considers to be "structural racism" against African migrants but also to defy a history of underrepresentation of the Black community and other people of color in Spanish politics. "That’s where all discrimination begins," the 45-year-old told The Associated Press. In 2018, having failed to secure legal work and a residence permit, the man he met on the boat — Mame Mbaye, no relation — died of a heart attack eluding a police crackdown on street vendors. … [Read more...] about Black candidate challenges political status quo in Spain
Hai Van Pass among ten most beautiful drives worldwide Hai Van Pass Hai Van Pass in Da Nang city has been listed among the 10 most beautiful drives in the world, according to a recent article published by Travel + Leisure magazine. Hai Van Pass has been dubbed "one of the best coast roads in the world" by Jeremy Clarkson, former host of British motoring show Top Gear. The website also recommends that those travelling along the route take the road slow as conditions can become a slightly foggy. Running for a total length of 20km, the pass has become one of the most popular destinations for visitors to snap photographs, with over 52,000 photos taken at the site uploaded to Instagram. The global list is based on analysis provided by Pentagon Motor Group (PMG), which searches more than seven million Instagram hashtags in order to uncover the world's most stunning routes. As part of PMG’s research, they discovered that the Great Ocean Road in Australia is the most … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 27
Kindly Share This Story: PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari and the Vice, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, have been very vocal in their calls for Nigeria to avoid “another civil war”. At the 2021 Bola Tinubu Colloquium, Buhari reminded Nigerians how he fought in the 1967-1970 civil war and witnessed its horrors. He said Nigerians are better together than apart. Just last week, Osinbajo also painted a vivid mind’s eye picture of what a war could bring. He said: “Everyone who thinks they have some monies stored up somewhere will eventually run out of money. Everyone who thinks they can hide somewhere won’t even have a place to hide. In the end, everyone will suffer…we cannot afford a war in this country, we can’t afford it”. The looming threat is beyond anything that can be imagined now. Boko Haram and its Islamic State in West Africa, ISWA, counterparts are making territorial gains in the North East and Niger State. The Bandits of the North West have ramped up … [Read more...] about Moving to stop the looming threat