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Laze

Gornje Laze, a settlement in the Municipality of Semic Laze v Tuhinju, a settlement in the Municipality of Kamnik Laze pri Gobniku, a settlement in the Municipality of Litija Laze pri Bostanju, a settlement in the Municipality of Sevnica Laze pri ...

                                               

Bhojpuri music

Bhojpuri music includes a broad array of Bhojpuri language performances in distinct style, both traditional and modern. This from of music is mostly created in Indian states of Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand and other countries like Nepal, Su ...

                                               

The People (disambiguation)

The People, term used to refer to The People in general, in legal documents In philosophy, economics, and political science, the term "the people" may be invoked when discussing about the Common good "We the People of the United States" from the ...

                                               

Breton

Breton usually refers to: Galette or Breton galette or crêpe, a thin buckwheat flour pancake popular in Brittany Breton people Breton horse, a breed anything associated with Brittany, and generally Breton hat headgear with upturned brim, said to ...

                                               

Crudo Means Raw

Fernando Bustamante, known professionally as Crudo Means Raw, is an American rapper. He lived in Long Island until age five before moving to Medellin and reached popularity in 2018 when his song "La Mitad de la Mitad" reached number one on Spotif ...

                                               

From Disco to Disco

From Disco to Disco is a 1996 song recorded by German experimental house music project Whirlpool Productions. It is produced by Eric D. Clark, Justus Kohncke and Hans Nieswandt and was released as the second single from the album, Dense Music. Th ...

                                               

De Punta a Punta

De Punta a Punta is a single by Salvadoran singer Alvaro Torres released on 1986 through Fonovisa Records as part of Torres seventh studio album Tres. The song was written by Torres, produced by Enrique Elizondo and it was recorded in George Tobi ...

                                               

When We Fall (All Our Exes Live in Texas album)

When We Fall is the debut studio album by Australian folk group All Our Exes Live in Texas. The album was released in March 2017 and peaked at number 8 on the ARIA Charts. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2017, When We Fall won the ARIA Award for Best ...

                                               

Esther May Campbell

Esther May Campbell is a British filmmaker, director, photographer and writer. In 2008 she received a BAFTA award for Best Short Film for her film September. Campbells debut feature film Light Years premiered in the International Critics’ Week se ...

                                               

List of Iranian singers

Adib Khansari Ali Abdolmaleki Aliasghar Movasat Afshin Afsaneh Rasaei Abdi Behravanfar Afat Azad Arash Ali Hosseinzadeh Andy Amir Hossein Arman Amir Tataloo Ali Reza Eftekhari Ali Pahlavan Azam Ali

                                               

Nan Tom Teaimin de Burca

Nan Tom Teaimin de Burca also given as Nan Tom Taimin is from Connemara. She moved to London in 1978 but there was no market for her traditional singing there at the time. When de Burca moved back to Ireland she came to Rusheenamanagh, near Carna ...

                                               

Missing You (Soul II Soul song)

Missing You is a 1990 song by British R&B band Soul II Soul. It was released as the fourth and last single from their second album, Vol. II: 1990 – A New Decade. It features American singer-songwriter Kym Mazelle and reached number 22 in the ...

                                               

Let My People Go

"Let My People Go!" is a line from the spiritual "Go Down Moses". The phrase originates in the Book of Exodus 5:1: And afterward Moses and Aaron went in, and told Pharaoh, Thus saith the Lord God of Israel, Let my people go, that they may hold a ...

                                               

New Mexican

New Mexican may refer to someone or something of, from, or related to the US State of New Mexico A historical person from the Spanish viceroyalty or Mexican territory of Nuevo Mexico A historical person from the US territory of New Mexico A perso ...

                                               

Kerrin Vautier

Vautier was a violinist in the National Youth Orchestra of New Zealand for five years.

                                               

Unge Ferrari

Stig Joar Haugen, known professionally as Unge Ferrari, is a Norwegian rapper, singer, and songwriter. Haugen debuted in 2015 with the EP Til mine venner. It featured the breakthrough singles "Lianer" and "Hvis du vil" with Tomine Harket, and was ...

                                               

Tera Woh Pyar

Tera Woh Pyar also known as Nawazishein Karam is a 2016 Pakistani Urdu song by Shuja Haider. Lyrics by Bilal Maqsood.

                                               

Gorecki

Gorecki or Gorecki may refer to: In people: Kazimierz Gorecki 1954–1977, Polish sprint canoer Rick Gorecki born 1973, former American baseball pitcher Antoni Gorecki 1787–1861, Polish poet and author of satires and stories for children Henryk Gor ...

                                               

Jota

Jota may refer to: Jota food, an Istrian bean-sauerkraut stew Mazda Jota MX-5 GT, a model of the Mazda MX-5 Jota music, a type of Spanish music and dance Iota Ι, ι, the name of the 9. letter in the Greek alphabet Jota, the name of the letter j in ...

                                               

Panda Madam

Panda Madam is a song by Romanian singer Anda Adam, recorded and released for her third studio album AMO. It was released as the fifth single from the record on 14 February 2012, follwoing the previous singles - "My Love On You", "Cadillac", "Sho ...

                                               

Tchaikovsky (disambiguation)

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky was a Russian composer. Tchaikovsky or variant spellings may also refer to: Tchaikovsky Conservatory, a music school in Moscow, Russia Tchaikovsky surname, a Slavic surname and list of people with the name "Tschaikowsky a ...

                                               

Andalusian

Andalusian may refer to: Andalusian cadence, a chord progression in music theory Andalusian Spanish, a dialect of Spanish also called andaluz Al-Andalusi, Arabic nisba for people from Al-Andalus region An Andalusian Dog, the English title of the ...

                                               

Liberte

Fort-Liberte, the administrative capital of the Nord-Est department, Haiti Liberte Paris Metro, a Paris Metro station Liberte Hong Kong, a project of residential skyscrapers in Cheung Sha Wan, Hong Kong

                                               

Etat Pied-Noir

The Pied-Noir are a people of European-origin born in French-occupied North Africa and, in particular, Algeria. They left en masse as French citizens at the end of the Algerian war and settled mostly in the south of France. Although French, the P ...

                                               

Yakalelo

Yakalelo is a 1998 song recorded by Franco-Algerian world music group Nomads. It was released as their first single from their only album, Better World. The song was very popular in Europe in the summer of 1998 and reached number 2 in France, num ...

                                               

Songo

Songo may refer to: Songo music, a type of contemporary Cuban music originating in Havana Songo.mn, an on-demand delivery service in Mongolia. Songo-salsa, a style of music that blends Spanish rapping and hip hop beats with salsa music and songo ...

                                               

AlternatiV

AlternatiV is an Armenian alternative rock band, formed in 2015 in Yerevan, Armenia. They became famous after their successful performance at The X Factor television music competition in 2016, where they reached the finals and entered the top ten ...

                                               

Daniela Alfinito

Daniela Alfinito is a German schlager singer from Hesse, Germany. She achieved first chart success with her 2015 album Ein bisschen sterben and reached number one in Germany with her 2019 and 2020 albums Du warst jede Trane wert and Liebes-Tattoo.

                                               

Kein Wort

Kein Wort is a song recorded by German-Moroccan rapper Juju and Swiss-Albanian rapper Loredana featuring German producers Miksu and Macloud. It was composed and produced by the aforementioned producers together with German composers Krutsch and S ...

                                               

Murad Arif

Murad Arif oglu Shukur is an Azerbaijani singer, composer, record producer, showman and journalist. As an author of the most loved songs, in Azerbaijanian press he is presented as" Hitmaker”. He is the author and presenter of Youtube project" Pop ...

                                               

My good Dad

The film tells about a boy named Petya, who enjoys a happy life in Baku. But suddenly the war broke out and his father went to the front, but before that he told Petya that he should always be kind and sympathetic. Father died in the war, but his ...

                                               

Kerem and Aslı

Kerem and Aslı is a tragic love story of Kerem and Aslı from the Turkish-Azerbaijani popular poetry of the 16th century. The story probably originated in Azerbaijan or Eastern Anatolia and is widespread throughout the Caucasus and Central Asia.

                                               

One Thousand and One Nights (disambiguation)

One Thousand and One Nights, or Arabian Nights, is a collection of Middle Eastern and South Asian stories and folk tales compiled in Arabic during the Islamic Golden Age. One Thousand and One Nights or 1001 Nights may also refer to:

                                               

On Fire (The Roop song)

On Fire is a song by Lithuanian pop-rock band The Roop. It will represent Lithuania in the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. The song was released as a digital download on 14 January 2020.

                                               

Tifa

Tifa or Tiffa may refer to: Tifa, the name of a number of places in Jaragua do Sul, Brazil Trucks Involved in Fatal Accidents, database used by University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute for Work-related road safety in the United St ...

                                               

Flash Pose

Flash Pose is a song by Brazilian singer and drag queen Pabllo Vittar featuring English singer-songwriter Charli XCX. It was released on 25 July 2019 as the lead single off of Vittars 111 1 EP and 111 album. The track is Charli XCX and Vittars se ...

                                               

A Place in the Sun

A Place in the Sun TV series 2000–present, a British Channel 4 lifestyle programme about buying property abroad A Place in the Sun film, a 1951 dramatic film A Place in the Sun, a 1959 Czechoslovak animated short film

                                               

British Music Hall Society

The British Music Hall Society is a registered charity in the United Kingdom. The charity was founded by Raymond Mackender and Gerald Glover in 1963. The charitys remit is to: advance the education of the public in the traditions of the British M ...

                                               

Jade (disambiguation)

Jade El Clon Jade Beyond Good & Evil Ms. Jade born c. 1978, American rapper Mara Jade, in the Star Wars universe Jade wrestler born 1989, also known as Stephanie Bell birth name and Mia Yim former ring name Jade DC Comics Jade given name, includi ...

                                               

Immortality (TV series)

Immortality is an upcoming Chinese television series based on the BL xianxia novel The Husky and His White Cat Shizun by Meatbun Doesnt Meat starring Luo Yunxi and Chen Feiyu. The series is expected to air on Tencent Video with 50 episodes.

                                               

Castleton Tea Estate

Castleton Tea Estate is a tea garden in the Kurseong CD block in the Kurseong subdivision of the Darjeeling district in the Indian state of West Bengal.

                                               

Mirna

Mirna may refer to: geographical entities Mirna, Iran, a village in Mazandaran Province, Iran Mount Mirna, a hill in the Municipality of Semic, southeastern Slovenia Mirna Sava, a river in Slovenia, right tributary of the Sava River Mirna settlem ...

                                               

In Your Eyes (The Weeknd song)

In Your Eyes is a song by Canadian singer The Weeknd from his fourth studio album After Hours. The song was serviced to contemporary hit radio on March 24, 2020 by XO and Republic Records as the albums third single. It was originally released fou ...

                                               

Devin

Devin, Bandar Abbas, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran Devin, the Slovene name of Duino, in Italy Devin, Minab, a village in Hormozgan Province, Iran Devin, Razavi Khorasan, a village in Razavi Khorasan Province, Iran Devin, Bulgaria, a town ...

                                               

A Step into Light

A Step into Light is an album by the MUH Trio recorded in the Czech Republic and released on the JMood label in 2020. It is the sequel of the album Prague After Dark.

                                               

Lie to Me (disambiguation)

"Lie to Me" Buffy the Vampire Slayer, an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Lie to Me film or Fling, a 2008 film directed by John Stewart Muller Lie to Me 2011 TV series, a South Korean drama series

                                               

Metropol

Metropol may refer to: Metropol Verlag, a German publishing house Metropol album, 1997 debut album by UK big beat group Lunatic Calm Metropolitan police Metropolitan University College, a university college in Denmark whose native name is Profess ...

                                               

Tange

Tange may refer to: People: Arthur Tange 1914–2001, Australian senior public servant Sakura Tange born 1973, Japanese idol, voice actress and singer Tange Sazen, fictional swordsman from Japanese literature and cinema Klaus Tange born 1962, Danis ...

                                               

40

40 or forty commonly refers to: .40 Super, wildcat pistol cartridge .40 S&W, pistol cartridge Year: one of the years 40 BC, AD 40, 1940, 2040 40 number 40 or forty may also refer to:

                                               

George Butler

George Butler record producer 1931–2008, American record producer George "Wild Child" Butler 1936–2005, American blues musician George Bernard Butler 1838–1907, American painter George Butler filmmaker born 1944, American filmmaker George Edmund ...