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Singer Glen Travis Campbell has died at 81 old

Singer Glen Travis Campbell, top-level studio guitarist, chart-topping singer and hit television host, has died Tuesday at 81 after a career that spanned six decades. Best known for hits as "Rhinestone Cowboy," "Wichita Lineman" and "By the Time I Get to Phoenix," he sold over 45 million records and even outsold the Beatles in 1968.

  • Written by Robert Woodward
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“Despacito” is a success, but it was banned in Malaysia

Universal Music Latin Entertainment announced Tuesday the song by Puerto Rican artists Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee and the accompanying remix featuring pop star Justin Bieber had surpassed the previous record holder - Bieber’s 2015 hit song Sorry, Despacito has become the most streamed track of all time with more than 4.6 billion plays across streaming platforms.

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Singer Justin Bieber canceled the remainder of his Purpose World Tour dates

Justin Bieber announced on Monday that he has decided to cancel the remainder of his Purpose World Tour dates due to “unforeseen circumstances.” Some sources indicated that the singer is “super exhausted” from his previous tour dates and the extensive travel that comes along with his scheduling. He’s been touring for 18 months.

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