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The query has been resolved. Lorde’s Solar Power tease is both the name of her new song and the title of her upcoming album. In an email sent to fans, Lorde revealed that her third album will also be called Solar Power. “The album is a celebration of the natural world, an attempt at immortalizing the deep, transcendent feelings I have when I’m outdoors,”
The bill is intended to stem the tide of voter suppression that is sweeping the country. In a viral effort to rescue the anti-voter suppression For the People Act, the stars are pushing followers to #calloutyoursenator. The campaign is urging a bipartisan group of four U.S. senators to support the law, which has already passed the House and is pending, but in jeopardy, in the Senate.
Metallica’s lawsuit claims breach of contract and seeks unspecified compensatory damages. The lawsuit further details that Metallica bought a standard “cancellation, abandonment and non-appearance insurance” policy in order to cover their losses if any portion of the tour was postponed or canceled, and that the band “timely turned to [Lloyd’s] for the promised and reasonably expected coverage for their losses.”
Many people who have found fame on TikTok are struggling with mental health issues and many have “lost the passion” for posting content. Creators are saying that when they do try to speak out on being bullied or burned out or not being treated as human, the comments all say, ‘You’re an influencer, get over it.’”
In Musical Chairs…
He was previously the CFO and SVP of Operations of MealPal. As CFO at Lyte, he will strengthen the company’s ties with investors, lenders, and strategic partners, while also assisting the executive team in overseeing financial projects, accounting, and operations.
And in music tech news…
It is described as an “on-demand listening experience that combines the personalisation, control, and breadth of catalog of streaming with the vibrancy and personality of DJ-hosted radio”.
It’s based on playlists, first Amazon’s ‘Rap Rotation,’ ‘Country Heat,’ and ‘All Hits,’ with tracks personalized to each listener’s taste, snippets from DJ hosts and musicians, and music facts and trivia from the Alexa voice assistant.