Lebanon’s General Security Forces refused to grant visas to the band, forcing them to cancel their show in Beirut.
The veteran Brazilian metal band was set to perform in Beirut on April 28th.
The Duke of Sussex also says social media was “more addictive than alcohol and drugs.”
One of the highest paid DJs in the world has a reputation for extremely problematic language.
The streaming giant takes one step forward and another back.
This, apparently, was a problem that needed addressing.
The Sri Lankan musician offers illuminating insight into her life and career as an outsider to Western media.
Spotify says Kelly’s allegations of sexual misconduct violate the company’s new “public hate content and hateful conduct policy.”
When the UK festival returns in 2019, it will come with a new site-wide rule.
Reports indicated K. Dot was banning all photos, but it turns out the crappy ones on your phone are still fine.
The communist country’s media regulators say the budding rap scene is “not aligned with the party.”
“Blocking a world leader from Twitter or removing their controversial Tweets, would hide important information people should be able to see and debate.”