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Unica

Unica may refer to: UNICA, Network of Universities from the Capitals of Europe Unica river, a karst river of Slovenia Unica material, a vulcanised lump paper material Unica album, a 2010 album by India Unica Zurn 1916–1970, German author and arti ...

                                               

Saida Charaf

Saida Charaf was born in Laayoune and is considered as an iconic singer of Sahara music. In the 1990s, she studied Arabic literature and humanities in Agadir and Rabat to pursue a career in journalism. She left journalism and started her musical ...

                                               

Stairway to Valhalla

Stairway to Valhalla is the fourth album by Italian metal and comedy rock band Nanowar of Steel. It was released via Audioglobe on November 9th 2018 and was produced by Nanowar of Steel, Alessandro Del Vecchio and Christian Ice. It was anticipate ...

                                               

Rkia Damsiria

Rkia Damsiria is a Moroccan Berber singer and poet. She writes and performs in Tashelhit, her native Berber tongue.

                                               

Nassi (singer)

Nassi started writing songs at the age of 11. Before deciding to "step out of the shade" and start a singing career, he had written songs for other artists, such as Kendji Girac, Claudio Capeo, Soprano and H Magnum. In January 2017, he released h ...

                                               

Sneazzy

Mohamed Amine Khemisa better known as Sneazzy or Sneazzy West or Sneaz is a French rapper and actor. Besides his own solo output, he is also a member of the French rap collective 1995. Sneazzy born in a mixed Moroccan and Tunisian family grew up ...

                                               

The Fire Within (disambiguation)

The Fire Within is a 1963 French drama film starring Maurice Ronet. The Fire Within also may refer to: "The Fire Within," composition by Brian May and Michael Kamen from the 2002 Winter Olympics, also called "Light the Fire Within" as recorded by ...

                                               

La Selva

La Selva may refer to: La Selva de Mar, a municipality in the comarca of the Alt Empordà in Catalonia, Spain La Selva, 1998 field recordings album by Francisco Lopez La Selva Biological Station, in Costa Rica, one of the Organization for Tropical ...

                                               

Royal (album)

Royal is the sixth studio album by Nigerian-German singer–songwriter Ayo. The 12 track album was released on 31 January 2020 on CD, vinyl and as a MP3 download. The first single from the album, "Beautiful", which was composed by the singer was re ...

                                               

Son of Mercy

Son of Mercy is the debut EP by Nigerian singer Davido. It was released by Sony Music Entertainment on October 21, 2016. The EP comprises five tracks and was produced by Shizzi, Kiddominant and Spellz. It features guest appearances from Nasty C, ...

                                               

Juju (disambiguation)

Juju district, one of seven districts on the island of Rotuma in Fiji Juju, a village in the district of the same name on the island of Rotuma Juju, Iran, a village in Isfahan Province, Iran

                                               

The Alternative

The Alternative can refer to: The Alternative Palestine, a former electoral alliance of several socialist Palestinian groups The Alternative, a 1977 Australian TV miniseries. The Alternative Denmark, a political party in Denmark The Alternative f ...

                                               

Natalia Lacunza

Natalia Lacunza Sanabdon better known as Natalia Lacunza is a Spanish singer and songwriter. She first gained national recognition in 2018, placing as the third in series ten of the Spanish reality television talent competition Operacion Triunfo, ...

                                               

John Wayne (disambiguation)

John Wayne was an American actor and filmmaker. John Wayne may also refer to: "John Wayne", a song from Electrelanes 2006 album Singles, B-Sides & Live P-38 can opener, U.S. military equipment sometimes known as the "John Wayne" "John Wayne", a s ...

                                               

Always (Panama EP)

Jamie Macmillian from HappyMag said "The EP has solidified their sound as a band and has brought them to the forefront of new music, both here and internationally." Macmillian described opening track "Always" as "a powerful and engulfing song" sa ...

                                               

Mi Buen Amor (Mon Laferte song)

Mi Buen Amor is a song by Chilean singer Mon Laferte featuring Spanish singer Enrique Bunbury. It was released on August 8, 2017 through Universal Music as part of Lafertes fifth studio album La Trenza. The song was written by Laferte, produced b ...

                                               

Ultraviolet (disambiguation)

Ultraviolet refers to electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength shorter than that of visible light, but longer than soft X-rays. Ultraviolet or UltraViolet may also refer to:

                                               

Bruno Graveto

Bruno Cesar Bezerra, better known by his stage name Bruno Graveto, is a Brazilian drummer popular for his work with bands Charlie Brown Jr., A Banca and Strike.

                                               

Coram Deo

Coram Deo is a Latin phrase translated "in the presence of God" from Christian theology which summarizes the idea of Christians living in the presence of, under the authority of, and to the honor and glory of God. The phrase may refer to: Coram D ...

                                               

Russian Roulette (disambiguation)

Russian Roulette: The Inside Story of Putins War on America and the Election of Donald Trump, 2018 non-fiction book by Michael Isikoff and David Corn "Russian Roulette" January 1937, short story by Georges Surdez, published in Colliers Illustrate ...

                                               

One Fine Day (Chris Rea album)

One Fine Day is the twenty-fifth studio album by British singer-songwriter Chris Rea, released on 18 October 2019 by Rhino Entertainment label both on CD and on vinyl. This is a limited release.

                                               

Kelsea

Kelsea is the third studio album by American country artist Kelsea Ballerini. The album was released on March 20, 2020. Kelsea debuted at numbers 2 and 12 on the Top Country Albums and Billboard 200 charts, respectively. It spawned five singles: ...

                                               

Carly Pearce (album)

Carly Pearce debuted at No. 6 on Top Country Albums, with 4.900 copies sold the first week. As of March 2020, the album has sold 6.800 copies, and 83.000 in units consumed.

                                               

Lady Like

Lady Like is the debut album of American country music singer-songwriter Ingrid Andress. It was released on March 27, 2020 via Warner Records Nashville.

                                               

The Way It Feels (Maddie & Tae album)

The Way It Feels is a concept album by American country music duo Maddie & Tae. It was released on April 10, 2020. It is the follow up to their 2015 debut album Start Here.

                                               

Kamikaza

Kamikaza is a song by Bosnian rappers Jala Brat and Buba Corelli, featuring Slovenian singer Senidah. It was released as a single on 15 August 2019 by Sarajevo-based label Imperia. It was written by the rappers themselves and produced by RimDa. I ...

                                               

Poetic justice (disambiguation)

Poetic justice is a literary device in which virtue is ultimately rewarded or vice punished, usually without the intervention of another party actively seeking to reward or punish. Poetic justice may also refer to: Poetic Justice, historical nove ...

                                               

Pillow talk (disambiguation)

Pillow Talk, novel by Freya North 2007 Pillow Talk, poetry collection by Paula Meehan 1994 Pillow Talk, romantic novel by Kristine Rolofson 1997 Pillow Talk, novel by Marvin Albert 1959 Pillow Talk, poetry collection by Roger McGough 1990

                                               

Steve McQueen (disambiguation)

"Steve McQueen" song, song from Sheryl Crow "Steve McQueen", a song by the band Lambchop "Steve McQueen", a song by Brian Fallon Steve McQueen album, an album by Prefab Sprout "Steve McQueen" The Automatic song, a 2008 single by The Automatic "St ...

                                               

Dirge (disambiguation)

A dirge is a somber song expressing mourning or grief. Dirge may also refer to: Dirge, a main character from Xombie "Dirge", a song performed by the British band Death in Vegas "Dirge" Bob Dylan song, a 1974 song by singer-songwriter Bob Dylan Di ...

                                               

Take Me to the World: A Sondheim 90th Celebration

Take Me to the World: A Sondheim 90th Celebration is a virtual concert celebrating the 90th birthday of Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim. The event also served as a fundraiser for Artists Striving to End Poverty. Hosted by Raul Esparza, whose a ...

                                               

Original (Sia song)

Original is a song performed by Sia for the original motion picture soundtrack of the 2020 film Dolittle. The song was released for digital download and streaming on January 10, 2020. A lyric video was made available on YouTube on January 17, 202 ...

                                               

Andy Warhol (disambiguation)

Andy Warhol was an American artist, film director, and producer who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art. Wikipedia articles about specific aspects of his life include: Andy Warhol filmography Andy Warhol may also refe ...

                                               

Always and Forever

Two albums by Funker Vogt Always & Forever Randy Travis album Always & Forever: The Classics an album by Luther Vandross, or the title song see below Always and Forever Alien Ant Farm album Always and Forever Silk album, or the title song see bel ...

                                               

Radical love

Radical love may refer to: Radical Love”, a 2012 single and music video by American duo Danielle and Jennifer Radical Love album, a 2014 album by Filipino group Victory Worship Radical Love: Female Lust, a 2017 art exhibit in London including wor ...

                                               

J.Sheon

J.Sheon is a Taiwanese rapper and producer. J.Sheon debuted with his self-titled album J.Sheon街巷 on May 2017. In 2018, he won the Billboard Radio China Top New Artist Awards 2017.

                                               

Love Love

Love 1989 film, a Bollywood film Love, Love, Love 1974 film, a Taiwanese film "Love, Love, Love" Glee, an episode of Glee Love 2017 film, a Nepalese film

                                               

Thaiboy Digital

Thanapat Thaothawong, better known by his stage name Thaiboy Digital, is a Thai-Swedish rapper and singer. Born in Khon Kaen, Thailand, Thaothawong moved to Stockholm, Sweden at the age of eight, and is now based in Bangkok. In addition to his so ...

                                               

Bottle (disambiguation)

The Bottles, a 1970s pop duo "The Bottle", a song by American soul artist Gil Scott-Heron and musician Brian Jackson Bottles film, a 1936 animated cartoon The Bottle 2000 film, a Canadian comedy-drama film The Bottle 1915 film, a 1915 British sil ...

                                               

Can Ozan

Can Ozan is a Turkish musician and record producer. He performs acoustic and electronic music. He has collaborated with artists such as Deniz Tekin, Zeynep Bastık, Nova Norda, Damla Eker, Umut Doven and Sedef Sebuktekin on various music projects. ...

                                               

Ozbi

Dursun was born in 1986 in Istanbul. His family are from Erzincan. Ozbi, who has been interested in rap music since the age of 14, has graduated from Anadolu University, School of Turkish Language and Literature. During the Gezi Park protests, he ...

                                               

Onder Focan

Onder Focan. Is an Turkish musician, songwriter, composer and mechanical engineer. He has 13 albums. He played at Jazz Festivals around the world.

                                               

Emir Can Iğrek

Emir Can Iğrek is a Turkish singer and songwriter. He started making music by setting up small stage groups in the city where he was born. In 2019, he had his breakthrough with the song "Nalan". At the 2020 PowerTurk Music Awards, he was awarded ...

                                               

September (disambiguation)

September Films, a UK independent television and film production company September 2007 film, an Australian film by Peter Carstairs September 1984 film, a Chinese film by Tian Zhuangzhuang September 2013 film, a Greek drama by Penny Panayotopoulo ...

                                               

Love and Hate

Love + Hate, collection of stories and essays by Hanif Kureishi 2015 Love and Hate: The Natural History of Behavior Patterns, a 1970 German book by Irenaus Eibl-Eibesfeld Love and Hate, 1970 Russian novel by Ivan Shevtsov Catullus 85, a poem by C ...

                                               

Spotlight (Jessie Ware song)

Spotlight is a song recorded by English singer-songwriter Jessie Ware for her upcoming fourth studio album, Whats Your Pleasure?. Written by Ware, Danny Parker, Shungudzo Kuyimba, and James Ford, while production was helmed by the latter, the son ...

                                               

Ruins (instrumental)

Ruins is a 1974 instrumental composed by Fred Frith for the English avant-rock group Henry Cow. It was recorded in February and March 1974 by Henry Cow, and released on their May 1974 album, Unrest by Virgin Records. A jazz interpretation of "Rui ...

                                               

GAT

Gath city, also known as Gat, an ancient Philistine city mentioned in the Bible Gat, Iran, a village in Khuzestan Province, Iran Gat Rimon, a moshav in central Israel Fishermans Gat, a channel in the Thames Estuary Veerse Gat, a sea channel betwe ...

                                               

Ore Neel Doriya Amay De Re De Chhariya

Ore Neel Doriya Amay De Re De Chhariya is a Bengali film song from 1978 released Bangladeshi movie Sareng Bou. The song is penned by Mukul Chowdhury and is considered one of ageless composition. Originally composed and produced by Alam Khan and r ...

                                               

Stacy Johnson (singer)

Stacy Johnson was an American R&B singer and songwriter best known as a vocalist in the Ike & Tina Turner Revue. Johnson also released solo records and sang in the St. Louis based group the Sharpees led by Benny Sharp.