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· August, 2011

Stories about Music from August, 2011

Brazil: Blogging on Poetry

South Korea: Pop Music Censorship Meets with Strong Opposition

More than 2,600 South Korean pop songs have been censored in the past two years for their "hazardous" lyrics. One entertainment agency, however, filed a lawsuit against the government that...

Puerto Rico: Noticel and Puerto Rico Indie

Turkmenistan: A veteran’s view of the country's music scene

Afghanistan: Afghan Youth Voices Multimedia Festival

In Afghanistan, Internews network is ramping up their efforts to train and motivate Afghan youth to share their perspective on issues that matter to them for the Afghan Youth Voices...

North Korea Got Talent? Video of North Korean Singing Contest on Chinese Site

Trinidad & Tobago: Honouring Pat Bishop

Trinidad & Tobago: Dr. Pat Bishop Passes On

Netizens of Trinidad and Tobago are coming to terms with the loss of one of its patriots: artist and musicologist Dr. Pat Bishop, who collapsed during “a meeting with a...

Trinidad & Tobago: Honouring Andre Tanker

Cuba: Pablo Milanés’ Voice

Dominican Republic: Rita Indiana, “Projects Like Mine Owe a Lot to Social Networks and the Internet”

In an interview possible thanks to a collaborative network of bloggers and friends, Dominican songwriter, singer, writer, and performer Rita Indiana talks about her musical identities, artistic multidimensionality, future projects,...

China: Music Video – People of July

World: Share Your Life With the World on 11-11-11

What will you be doing on November 11, 2011? Share it with the rest of the world through 11Eleven Project and help achieve the United Nations Millennium Development Goals!

Trinidad & Tobago: Apple App Access

Cameroon: Scor.pi.o's Debut Single ‘Surprising Europe’ Out

Azerbaijan: Hopes and expectations for Eurovision

Barbados: Rihanna Helps Barbados’ Profile

Venezuela: A funny tribute song for Google +

Russia: Vysotsky as Detective

Brazil: Brazilian Singer Censored by Politician

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