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‘Weird Al’ Yankovic: Laughter guaranteed

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Three-time Grammy Award winning artist "Weird Al" Yankovic proves the old adage that "Imitation is the best form of flattery".  CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS/theatlantic.com

If “Weird Al” Yankovic’s name rings a bell and sounds familiar especially to older music aficionados, it very well should.

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Review: Sia, writer for Rihanna, Beyonce, shines

This CD cover image released by RCA Records shows "1000 Forms of Fear," by Sia. AP

Since Sia’s last album, 2010′s top-notch “We Are Born,” the performer has written songs for Beyonce, Rihanna and Katy Perry, co-starred on hits with David Guetta and Flo Rida, and achieved her first solo U.S. success with the Top 20 hit “Chandelier.”

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Single Review: ‘Right Where You Belong’ by Julie Anne San Jose

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Singer-actress Julie Anne San Jose’s inclination towards music comes naturally because she had been learning to play various musical instruments since she was a young child. It has become so obvious to many that making music is indeed a passion of hers to the point she has earned the title “Asia’s Pop Sweetheart”. Now, with [...]

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Single Review: ‘Kiss You’ by Karylle

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Karylle’s newest single “Kiss You,” taken from her latest self-titled studio-release, has started to gradually climb up the local charts already. That is an indication “Kiss You” is gaining more attention and popularity with different music groups.   There is no mistaking that Karylle is probably trying to reach also a much younger audience as [...]

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Nice-guy rapper finishes on top of Pinoy fans’ list

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THE STAGE production involves frenetic lights, a screen that flashes lyrics and random visuals, intermittent bursts of smoke and flames, and, near the end, glittering confetti.  INQSnap this page for more photos and a video!

When he was 19, Seattle native Ben Haggerty spent some time in Manila. He wasn’t in school, so he “decided to travel.” Little did he expect that, more than 10 years later, he would find himself in the Philippine capital once again—this time, as a four-time Grammy Award-winning pop-rap artist. And, this time, sporting the name Macklemore.

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