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Paloma Faith welcomes second child – Music News

[ad_1] British singer Paloma Faith is a new mum. The Only Love Can Hurt Like This star gave birth to her second child, a daughter, with her husband Leyman Lahcine on Saturday, and although she is thrilled with the new arrival, Paloma confessed she is already "exhausted" as she deals with the pain of her Caesarean section recovery and breastfeeding. "Well I’m not pregnant anymore! I had a planned c
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Megan Thee Stallion wants to be remembered as one of the ‘OGs’ of female rap – Music News

[ad_1] The 26-year-old star is determined to make a long-term impression on the genre, saying she wants to be remembered as one of the best and most influential rappers of all time.She shared: "I feel like when it’s all said and done, when people want to talk about female rap … they are definitely going to have to put my name up there with the OGs." Megan has topped charts
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Cardi B thinks Rihanna is ‘one of the nicest’ people in the music business – Music News

[ad_1] The chart-topping rap star has taken to Twitter to hail Rihanna, who celebrated her 33rd birthday on Saturday (20.02.21).Cardi - who is one of the best-selling artists in the world - wrote on the micro-blogging platform: "One of the nicest person in the industry.She deserves all her success and many more . (sic)" Mariah Carey has also taken to social media to wish Rihanna a happy birthday. Mariah wrote
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Nadine Coyle is ‘excited’ for Girls Aloud’s 20th anniversary – Music News

[ad_1] The ‘Biology’ hitmakers will celebrate the milestone in 2022 and though the quintet – which included Nadine, Sarah Harding, Cheryl, Nicola Roberts and Kimberley Walsh – have yet to confirm any plans to mark the occasion, the Irish star has teased there may be something on the cars.She told HELLO! magazine: “I’m excited about the anniversary. If it feels right, I’m sure we’ll make something happen.” Last summer, Sarah
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The Beach Boys have sold the rights to their intellectual property – Music News

[ad_1] The 'I Get Around' hitmakers have landed a deal with music mogul Irving Azoff’s Iconic Artists Group, which means the company owns their entire brand, including their master recordings, the rights to their band name and a share of their publishing rights and memorabilia.Fans could see Beach Boys appear in different forms in the future, thanks to technologies such as VR and CGI.The firm's CEO Olivier Chastan told Rolling