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· November, 2012

Stories about Music from November, 2012

Trinidad & Tobago: Parang, Parang!

Protests Put an End to Chris Brown's Guyana Gig

Just over a month ago, Guyanese bloggers were voicing their displeasure over talk of a Chris Brown concert that was allegedly being supported by the government. Much of the controversy...

Korean Pop Singer PSY to Perform in China

Colombian Hip-Hop Artists, Victims of Medellín's Wave of Violence

Residents of Colombia's Comuna 13, a neighborhood in Medellín infamous for its high levels of insecurity, are mourning the deaths of two well-known hip-hop artists who were killed in the...

Japan's New Copyright Law Creates Confusion

Japan’s revised copyright law was partially enforced on October 1, and now penalizes the act of illegal downloading and DVD ripping for personal use. If arrested, one will be sentenced...

A Glimpse into a Yemeni Wedding

Nasty China Style Hits One Million

Guinea-Bissau: Citizen Frustration and Defiance in Face of Turmoil

On October 21, a violent incident occurred at an airbase outside Bissau. Six people were reported killed, and gruesome images of bodies of accused assailants circulated on the internet. While...

Top 10 Global ‘Gangnam Style’ Parodies

South Korean rapper Psy's catchy song and goofy dance hit 'Gangnam Style' has broken the Guinness World record for the most "liked" video in YouTube history and spawned countless parodies....

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