Lao Songs 2014
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09 May 2015 02:14:50 Cambodia News latest RSS headlines - Cambodian Times.com
This report was originally published on seapa.org on 5 May 2015. Freedom of expression and freedom of the media in 2014 on Lao PDR has slid further down with the adoption of a series of ...
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30 December 2014 00:19:30 WN.com - World News
On Christmas Day, 2014, the Center for Public Policy Analysis (CPPA) is raising concern about the increased persecution of minority Christian, Animist and independent Buddhist believers in Laos at the hands of military and security forces of Laos and the Socialist ......
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29 December 2014 07:59:17 AllAfrica News: Latest
In 2014 the Nigerian music scene witnessed a lot of groovy hit songs and stunning music videos that shaped both the fortune and terrain of the entertainment industry.
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29 December 2014 01:02:13 National Yemen
Ahlam Al-Maqaleh Among beautiful and authentic Yemeni songs, there are many important singers. These names remained prominent until today through chanting their songs in various Yemeni occasions. Three women have offered a lot for Yemeni songs, ignoring many traditions and … Continue reading →
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27 December 2014 07:11:45 Daily Online News
The songs that Billboard's staff was blasting all year long, from 5SOS to Beyonce. From a cello-laced pop anthem to a church-rattling folk track to Queen Bey’s utter flawlessness, 2014 contained an amazingly diverse array of powerful singles. After many, many listens, the Billboard staff voted for their favorites in our annual Critics' Picks list. Billboard 2014 Year In Music: 10. 5 Seconds of Summer, “She Looks So Perfect” With a hook that’s engrained in your head midway through the song and an instantly classic shout-out to American Apparel, “She Looks So Perfect” understandably broke 5 Seconds of Summer in the States, and introduced us to pop-punk’s great new hopes. 9. Taylor Swift, “Blank Space” After years of writing scathing songs about her ex-flames, Taylor Swift tossed every acidic “Maybe SHE’S the problem” user comment into a blender and served up a self-aware smoothie as the second single from 1989. Bonus points for a music video that ranks among (or maybe at the top of) Swift’s very best visuals. 8. Bleachers, “I Wanna Get Better” Beneath the fist-pumping piano hook and a six-syllable vocal chant lies a sorrowful song about a deceased sister and feeling alienated as a hapless high schooler. Jack Antonoff infused a triumphant melody with pure emotion, and offered an indie-pop single that affects and endures. 7. Beyonce feat. Nicki Minaj, “***Flawless (Remix)” How does Beyonce follow up a career-defining album that included some of the most adored singles of her career… as well as a notorious incident in an elevator in which her sister took a swing at her husband? By dropping a remix that splits the difference, of course. By taking a white-hot song and brushing the line “Of course sometimes shit goes down/When it’s a billion dollars on an elevator,” Beyonce made “Flawless” priceless. 6. Tinashe feat. ScHoolboy Q, “2 On” DJ Mustard ruled hip-hop in 2014, but out of all the great singles (YG’s “Who Do You Love” and Jeremih’s “Don’t Tell ‘Em” spring to mind), Tinashe’s “2 On” was the most hypnotic, a masterful display of charisma from an R&B artist who was relatively unknown when the song dropped. With Mustard on the beat, Tinashe gave the producer the female protagonist he had been previously lacking. 5. Jason Aldean, “Burnin’ It Down” Is “Burnin’ It Down” one of the best R&B singles of the year, gifted by one of country’s biggest superstars? The song glides with sex appeal and programmed beats, and while Jason Aldean knows a thing or two about dirt road anthems, he left his comfort zone here and straight-up scored. 4. Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne, “Rather Be” An ode to feeling at home with your best friend when you’re nowhere near your actual residence, “Rather Be” gave Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne a U.S. following, and gave us one of the most likable pop singles in years, a fizzy mix of strings, synth-pop and 70’s dance music. Even if Clean Bandit never dents the Top 10 again, the group produced one song that feels like it will last forever. 3. Hozier, “Take Me To Church” Even if “Take Me To Church” hadn’t been featured in a Beats By Dre commercial or been performed on Saturday Night Live, Hozier’s debut single would have found an American audience, thanks to one of the year’s most harrowing hooks and unique vocal takes. Now nominated for a Song of the Year Grammy, “Take Me To Church” still produces goosebumps after dozens of plays. 2. Kendrick Lamar, “i” No, it’s not the glowering sneer of “Backseat Freestyle” or the multi-pronged storytelling of “Swimming Pools (Drank),” but Kendrick Lamar’s “i” captures something that’s arguably more difficult to convey in hip-hop: blissful positivity. Operating atop an Isley Brothers sample, Lamar continuously proves himself the most inventive MC in the game on the single, zagging when we think he’s going to zig and blasting into an earth-shattering verse just when we think the song is slowing down. There’s no slowing down King Kendrick. 1. Sia, “Chandelier” Who would have thought before 2014 began that Sia — responsible for co-writing so many indelible pop treats, from Rihanna’s “Diamonds” to David Guetta’s “Titanium” — would have come up with the year’s best single as a solo artist? The towering YOLO anthem “Chandelier” took months to reach the Top 10 of the Hot 100 chart, but pop purveyors embraced its sentiment and Sia’s performance almost immediately, turning the camera-shy Australian into an American star. Few could have seen “Chandelier” coming, and an unforeseen triumph like this one helps make pop music so exciting as an art form.
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12 December 2014 23:19:08 WN.com - World News
Jon Pareles’s picks for 2014 include the Puerto Rican band Calle 13, Angel Olsen and Azealia Banks....
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15 November 2014 04:32:42
Sally Piri Related Articles: More effort on localising ASEAN maritime sector needed Global calibre in local docus eyed UBD students doing research with eye on the market Healthy breakfast foils diabetes LAOS is seeking Bruneian investment in its hydropower plants to further boost economic ties between the two nations and hasten development in the country with a population of more than 6.7 million. “Many hydropower plants are already under construction in Laos, while some (projects) are under survey,” Laos Ambassador to Brunei Amphay Kindavong told The Brunei Times . He said the hydropower plants are needed to help provide electricity to households, especially in the countryside. Classification: News National
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15 September 2014 13:31:26 Articles
‘Oh it’s a long, long while from May to December and the days get short when you reach September’ It will be September by the time this is published and never have the lyrics of that lovely song meant more to me than they do this year as the days of 2014 flash pass, taking me ever forward to a new decade.
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02 September 2014 15:49:11 Sarajevo Times
Sarajevo – the children from the Dom Bjelave participating in the project “Music room” recorded a new song entitled “Love/Cup Song” with their friends, artists Aida Čorbadžić, Jelena Milušić and Darko Rundek. The goal is to, as stated, send a message of love to the children of the world. This The post A New Song “Love/Cup Song” by the Children from the Project “Music Room” appeared first on Sarajevo Times . Tags: Facebook TweetThis Copyright © Sarajevo Times , All Right Reserved. 2014.
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