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2020: A Weird Year For Music

23-Dec-20 22:00

2020: A Weird Year For Music

The coronavirus pandemic being the theme of this year, we will never fail to remember how it has affected the world. This week on the episode, we recall stories that made the headlines in 2020, including how the live entertainment industry was coping during the crisis and contingency plans moving forward. Also, artists expressing their support for the “Black Lives Matter” movement through protest anthems. On top of that, artist of the year Billie Ellish grabbed 4 Grammys at age 18, making her the youngest artist to do so since Christopher Cross. Not forgetting, prominent musicians that have left us in 2020.

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Tame Impala - Breathe Deeper

Tierra Whack - Peppers and Onions

Anderson Paak (feat. Jay Rock) - Lockdown

Sault - Son Shine

Bartees Strange - Boomer

Caligula’s Horse - Oceanrise

Dan Kye - Focus

Produced by: Daryl Ong, Haniff Baharudin

Presented by: Daryl Ong, Haniff Baharudin


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