Song Yoo-jung, a South Korean actress best known for TV series Golden Rainbow and web series Dear My Name, died in Seoul Saturday, Jan. 23. She was 26, and although no cause has been disclosed Song’s passing follows a series youthful deaths by suicide that have shaken the industry there. … [Read more...] about Song Yoo-jung Dies: South Korean Actress Was 26
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Aside from “Bad Boy,” few other new songs registered on the RS 100. One exception was DaBaby’s new single “Masterpiece,” produced by D.A. Got That Dope, which debuted at Number 44 with 7.2 million streams. “Masterpiece” is one of six different songs by or featuring DaBaby on the RS 100. … [Read more...] about RS Charts: Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Drivers License’ Dominates Top 100 for Second Week
When Rolling Stone reached out to TikTok Friday night for a comment, a spokesperson for the app said in a statement, “These are the facts: 100 million Americans come to TikTok for entertainment and connection, especially during the pandemic. We’ve hired nearly 1,000 people to our US team this year alone, and are proud to be hiring another 10,000 employees into great paying jobs across the US. Our $1 billion creator fund supports US creators who are building livelihoods from our platform. TikTok US user data is stored in the US, with strict controls on employee access. TikTok’s biggest investors come from the US. We are committed to protecting our users’ privacy and safety as we continue working to bring joy to families and meaningful careers to those who create on our platform.” … [Read more...] about TikTok Responds After Trump Says He Will Ban App in U.S.
Without many new challengers, Wallen’s Dangerous is likely to enjoy the view from Number One again on next week’s chart. Los Dioses, the surprise collaboration album from Ozuna and Anuel AA, should also debut on the chart’s upper reaches. … [Read more...] about RS Charts: Morgan Wallen’s ‘Dangerous’ Repeats at Number One
He added: “It’s a great story with a strong lead character, set against the backdrop of New Orleans and the Louisiana bayou. In 1966, Walt himself opened New Orleans Square when it became the first new ‘land’ added to Disneyland park, so it feels natural to link the story and the incredible music of The Princess and the Frog to our parks.” … [Read more...] about Disneyland’s Splash Mountain To Be Reimagined With ‘Princess And The Frog’ Theme