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Watch: Dreamcatcher releases special 'Then There Was No One' music video

Watch: Dreamcatcher releases special 'Then There Was No One' music video

Entertainment
March 5 (UPI) -- South Korean girl group Dreamcatcher released a special music video for "Then There Was No One." The K-pop stars shared a video for the song Tuesday following the release of their EP The End of Nightmare in February. The video shows JiU, SuA, Siyeon, Handong, Yoohyeon, Dami and Gahyeon wearing coordinating dark outfits as they sing about wanting to be with someone who isn't there. "[Special Clip] Dreamcatcher 'Then There Was No One' #Dreamcatcher," the group tweeted Tuesday.[embedded content] "Then There Was No One" appears on The End of the Nightmare, which debuted Feb. 13. The mini album is the group's first EP since Alone in the City, which debuted in September. Dreamcatcher originally debuted as Minx in 2014. The group changed its name to Dreamcatcher in 2017 after Ha...
Can music save Venezuela? Richard Branson hopes so

Can music save Venezuela? Richard Branson hopes so

World
By Cordelia Lynch, US correspondent, in Cucuta, Colombia On the Colombian border with Venezuela, a sense of giddy hope filled the air. The streets were thronging with people. Bands played drums, as street vendors loudly sold water. A sea of Venezuelan flags and faces old and young beamed with optimism. Hundreds of thousands of them descended on the bridge of hope - a place that conversely has seen very little of that realised. This is where hundreds of tonnes of aid has sat in a warehouse - President Nicolas Maduro's government is unwilling to allow it across.Now, the focus was on stage - a string of Latin American artists and the belief they could raise enough money and goodwill to change the military's mind. Image: ...
Watch: Infinite returns with 'Clock' music video

Watch: Infinite returns with 'Clock' music video

Entertainment
Feb. 14 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band Infinite is back with new music. The K-pop group released an atmospheric music video for its new song "Clock" on Wednesday. The "Clock" video opens with a fake title card for a movie preview. The video shows Dongwoo, Woohyun, Sungyeol, L and Sungjong waiting for a call as they sing about waiting to see a loved one. "[#INFINITE] #Infinite Digital Single #CLOCK Official MV," the group tweeted Wednesday. "Clock" is Infinite's first new song since Sungkyu enlisted in the military in May. The 29-year-old singer is on hiatus from the group as he fulfills his mandatory military service. Infinite last released the single "Tell Me" in January 2018. The song appeared on the group's album Top Seed, which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard U.S. World Albums chart ...
Drill stars avoid jail after breaching ban on performing their music

Drill stars avoid jail after breaching ban on performing their music

Entertainment
Two prominent drill artists have been given suspended jail sentences for breaching a gang injunction designed to stop them performing songs which police said incited violence against rivals. Scotland Yard said Skengdo - real name Terrell Doyley - and AM - real name Joshua Malinga - were sentenced to nine months' imprisonment suspended for two years at Croydon County Court after breaching an interim gang injunction.The musicians' manager, TK, said the pair - both aged 21 - were not involved in gang violence but pleaded guilty after a video of one of their performances emerged on the internet without their knowledge.According to Metropolitan Police, the injunction was made against the rappers in August after the court found they were members of a south London gang and were li...