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The Lion King was the must-see movie over the weekend, and at Spotify we’ve taken a look at how listeners are enjoying the film’s soundtrack – new and old. In the past week, we’ve seen almost a 50% increase in the listening of both the 2019 soundtrack, which came out July 11th, and the film’s original 1994 hit soundtrack. Here’s what music, in particular, is resonating with our listeners, and where: The tracks streaming the most from The Lion...

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News: Mahmoud El Esseily has been on a spree lately, down from what he said about Mariam Fares and how it offended people with Curly heads and now with what he said to one of his fans in a concert. A bit over the top, isn’t it? Well, on the bright side, the famed Singer came out and apologized on Social media, stating the following. أي فنان عارف انه من غير جمهوره هو ولا حاجة...

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As we were watching Stephen King’s latest movie release Pet Sematary, which was somehow a good movie, we decided that we needed to research a bit more about the iconic fictional writer. I wouldn’t be exaggerating if I said that literally all of our favorite movies were somehow written by King. Yeah, some of them we already knew about such as The Shining, Staring Jack Nicholson, Misery, starring James Caan and Kathy Bates, and Secret...

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The internet has been flooded with hateful speeches everywhere and as you all probably feel, it has become extremely depressive! So in order to create a hate-free environment, Twitter took matters into their own hands and updated their rules against hateful conduct to include language that dehumanizes others on the basis of religion. According to their press release, Twitter creates its rules to keep people safe on Twitter, and they continuously evolve to reflect the realities of...

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