Myles McCaulskey presents the stories you need to know from the world of hip-hop.
Every week, Myles McCaulskey presents all of the stories you need to know from the world of hip-hop to help you kickstart your week!
On the latest edition of 'Myles' Hip-Hop Highlights' he talks about Rae Sremmurd's split-up rumours, Soulja Boy going viral, Rihanna suing her father and more!
Listen to the full episode below!
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The master at work.
The story of Stu Larsen is one that feels like it’s been passed down through the ages: A young, hairy, male from a small town in Australia dreamed of travelling the world performing music. He used to run down to his post box a few miles away from his home, cry, and then run home again – then he found a friend in Passenger and toured the world with him, building up his own fan base.
As much as that sounds like a folk tale, it’s true and the man that stands on stage every night in front of 100’s of adoring fans is as authentic as it comes. Even without noting his physical appearance, people look up to Stu Larsen and listen to music as if he is a music guru and it is a sin to miss even a single note that he plucks out of his…
Is Prince Charles the latest weapon to combat extremism?
Since the English Reformation in the 16th century, the monarch has had the title “Defender of the faith” bestowed upon them during coronation. This tradition began with Henry VIII in 1521 for his support of Roman Catholicism. Now, in the 21st century, Prince Charles has expressed his desire to be known as the “Protector of the faiths”, but has recently compromised to “Defender of Faith”.
Our current monarch, Queen Elizabeth was sworn in as the Defender of the Faith in 1952, when a majority of the population were religious and largely Anglican. This is in contrast to the society we have now which is multi denominational. Prince Charles, by doing this, hopes to formally recognise Britain as a multi faith nation and to help combat any stereotypes against any particular religion. However, to do this, he would have to convince Parliament to rewrite the 1953 Royals Title Act, in…
The Backstreet Boys are back!
The Backstreet Boys are back! The documentary film shows the five members of the band starting a new chapter in their life by reuniting and working on their 20th anniversary album titled In a World Like This and their brand new tour.
Show ‘Em What You’re Made Of is quite an intimate documentary but in a positive way as we can see the connection between the men throughout the film, especially when they go to visit their home towns and when they rehearse.
The film features old clips of the boy band from their past and it shows them reminiscing over their good memories but what really makes this film real is the band mates, not only talking about the good times, but also talking about the issues they faced when they were a part of the music industry at such a young age such as dealing with…