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Calling on the music industry to “put a plan for change in place … within the next 30 days,” more than 30 preeminent artist managers, attorneys, business managers, agents and other industry professionals have united as the Black Music Action Coalition (BMAC). The advocacy organization, working in alliance with #TheShowMustBePaused, pledges to not only advance racial justice in the music industry but also in society at large in keeping with the mission of Black Lives Matter.
“We are encouraged by recent efforts by Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, Sony Music, Apple, YouTube, BMG and other industry participants,” the BMAC states in its open letter to the music industry. “However, we know that more needs to be done and we must do it together.”
Many of the biggest artists in the world are coming together for Global Citizen’s “Global Goal: Unite for Our Future — The Concert” on Saturday, June 27th.
Hosted by Dwayne Johnson, the concert will feature performances from Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber and Quavo, Coldplay, Shakira, Usher, Chloe x Halle, Christine and the Queens, J Balvin, Jennifer Hudson and Yemi Alade. The event will also include appearances from stars like Antoni Porowski, Billy Porter, Charlize Theron, Chris Rock, David Beckham, Derrick Johnson, Diane Kruger, Forest Whitaker, Hugh Jackman, Ken Jeong, Kerry Washington, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Olivia Colman, Opal Tometi, Salma Hayek Pinault and more.
In a statement, Miley Cyrus said of the event, “This moment requires all of us to act. As Global Citizens, we’re calling on leaders around the world to combat the disproportionate impact COVID-19 has on marginalized communities by committing funds to develop and deliver tests, treatments, and therapeutics. Because of this global effort, we will be more able to ensure that everyone, everywhere has access to COVID-19 testing and treatment, regardless of their income or where they live.”
Below you can find networks, platforms & broadcasters who will be streaming the concert, and what times they will be airing (timings may vary). We will add links if possible!
Global TIDAL | 9AM EST [Summit] and 8AM CET [Concert] Twitch |11AM-1PM PT [Summit] and 8PM CET [Concert] Twitter | 9AM EST [Summit] and 8PM EST [Concert] LADBible on Facebook | 8PM CET [Concert] Yahoo! | 8PM ET [Concert] Vogue Paris Facebook | 8PM CET [Concert] MTV | 9PM BST (MTV Live HD Int)
Africa Francophone Africa | Canal + Afrique | 10PM SABC | South Africa | 9:30PM CAT Multichoice | South Africa | 1 Magic | 8PM CAT Apple Music, Beats 1, Apple TV App | 8PM CET Bloomberg TV | 8PM EDT MTV | 7PM WAT/8PM CAT (MTV Africa, MTV Base ROA) Reunion Island | Canal+ | 9:35PM Insight TV | Saudi Arabia (Jawwy TV), UAE (DU) | 8PM CEST
Asia Fuji TV (Japan) | FOD, Fuji TV Next | June 28 3AM JST Mediacorp (Singapore) | Channel5, meWATCH | June 28 9:30PM SGT TBS (Japan) | TBS Channel 2, TVer, TBS Free, Paravi | 3AM JST Bloomberg TV | June 28 8PM EDT Brut (via Facebook) | June 27 8PM CET MTV | June 28 8:50PM SGT (MTV Asia), 11:30PM SGT (Comedy Central Asia, Paramount Channel Asia) | June 29 9PM SGT (MTV Vietnam) | June 29 9PM JPT (MTV Japan) InsightTV | Indonesia (Oona), Maldives (Medianet), South Korea (SKB TV) | June 28 8PM KST
Australia & Oceania Channel 9 | 9now | 11PM AEST MTV Australia & New Zealand | June 28 6PM AEST Canal+ | June 28 8PM NCT / 9:35PM Polynesia
Europe Canal+ (France) | CSTAR | June 28 12:45AM ARD (Germany) | ARD ONE | June 27 8:15PM RTVE (Spain) | Playz RTVE, RTVE and Youtube | 8PM ECT BarçaTV, BarçaTV+ (Spain) | 8PM CEST Roku (UK) | 8PM EST Apple Music, Beats 1, Apple TV App | 8PM CET Deezer (France) | Audio Deezer & Social Channels | 8PM CET MTS (Russia) | MTS, MTS IPTV Brut (UK, France) | Brut Facebook | 8PM CET MTV International | 8PM CET (VH1 Euro), 8:50PM CET (MTV France, MTV Wallonia), 9PM CET (MTV Music UK), 10PM CET (MTV Germany, MTV Italy, MTV Switzerland), 10:30PM CET (MTV Flanders, MTV Netherlands, MTV Portugal), 11PM CET (MTV Germany+)
Latin America Grupo Globo (Brazil) | Multishow, Globoplay & Musica Multishow | 3PM Sony Channel | 8PM EDT (Miami), 7PM CDT (Mexico), 7PM COT (Colombia), 9PM ART (Argentina), 3PM & 9PM BRT (Brazil), 8PM VET (Venezuela), 8PM CLT (Chile), 7PM EST (Panama), 6PM CST (Guatemala) Turner Latin America | TNT, Chilevision | 8PM EST Apple Music, Beats 1, Apple TV App | 8PM EST YouTube | 8PM EST TV Azteca (Mexico) | 7PM CDT MTV International | 8PM
North America NBC (US) | 8PM ET | 7PM CT | 7PM MT | 8PM PT | 7PM AK | 2PM HI CityTV (Canada) | June 28 8PM ET/PT, 9PM MT & 7PM CT CBC (Canada) | CBC, CBC Gem | 7PM CT / 8PM ET,PT / 9PM AT,MT / 9:30PM NT GlobalTV (Canada) | GlobalTV, CHFD-TV, CJON-TV, CKSA-TV, GlobalTV.com, GlobalTV App, globalnews.ca,etcanada.com, Corus | 8PM PDT, 9PM MDT, 7PM CDT, 8PM EDT & 9:30PM Nfld Bell Media (Canada) | CTV 8PM ET | MTV June 28 7PM ET iHeartMedia (US) | iHeartRadio | 8PM EST Bloomberg TV (US) | 8PM EDT Apple Music, Beats 1, Apple TV App | 8PM ET Roku (US, Canada) | 8PM ET SiriusXM (US) | SXM Volume 106 | 8-10PM ET Brut (US) | Brut Facebook | 8PM ET Insight TV (Canada) | Optik TV Telus, Samsung TV Plus | 8PM ET Insight TV (US) | Electric Power Board of Chattanooga, Fubo TV, Highlands Cable Group, LG Channel Plus, Marquette Adams Communications, MTC, RCN, Samsung TV Plus, Rockbot, Stirr, Xumo, T-Vision, Vizio | 8PM ET
Global Citizen’s “One World: Together at Home” special in mid-April wasn’t the last of its COVID-19-era all-star shows. The org announced Sunday night that a new special is in the offing — “Global Goal: United for Our Future — The Concert,” set to go out globally June 27 on television, radio and streaming services, including NBC and iHeartMedia in America.
Dwayne Johnson will host the prime-time telecast, which is not a telethon but aims to “combat the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on marginalized communities” and urge governments around the world to make testing and future vaccines available for the less advantaged.
Performers announced include Coldplay (one of the first artists to align with Global Citizen), Justin Bieber with Quavo, Miley Cyrus, Shakira, J Balvin, Chloe x Halle, Christine and the Queens, Usher and Yemi Alade.
The concert special follows “Global Goal: Unite for Our Future — The Summit,” a series of discussions on scientific progress having to do with vaccines and therapeutics.
Nothing Breaks Like A Heart was the UK’s second most played track of 2019, according to figures from PPL, a UK based Music Licensing Company.
The news was revealed as PPL unveiled its annual Most Played Charts – which are compiled from exclusive music usage and airplay data from radio stations, television channels, pubs, clubs, bars, jukeboxes, and shops across the UK. Nothing Breaks Like A Heart, Miley Cyrus’s collaboration with Mark Ronson, came in at number 2 on the list.
PPL’s most played tracks chart of 2019 1. Giant – Calvin Harris and Rag ‘N’ Bone Man 2. Nothing Breaks Like A Heart – Mark Ronson featuring Miley Cyrus 3. Dancing With A Stranger – Sam Smith and Normani 4. I Don’t Care – Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber 5. Just You And I – Tom Walker 6. Higher Love – Kygo and Whitney Houston 7. Sweet But Psycho – Ava Max 8. Someone You Loved – Lewis Capaldi 9. Don’t Call Me Up – Mabel 10. Walk Me Home – P!nk
PPL’s Most Played Charts of 2019 are announced as the company publishes its Annual Review detailing last year’s financial and operational results.
It’s been a decade since Miley Cyrus released her album Can’t Be Tamed. The singer has praised the era in recent years, as it was a time of early rebellion for her in which she was able to establish herself as an artist. Learn why one song from it reminds her of the episode of Black Mirror she starred in.
A lot in popstar Miley Cyrus‘s life has changed over the last decade. But many things have stayed the same, including her support for the LGBTQ community. Here’s why one song from her ten-year-old album Can’t Be Tamed is more important to her than ever before.
On June 18, 2020, Cyrus celebrated the tenth anniversary of her third album, Can’t Be Tamed. The album marked something of a transition for her. As an artist, she began to sing about more adult themes.
This was around the time that Cyrus’ Disney Channel series, HannahMontana, came to an end. It also marked the end of her relationship with Disney’s Hollywood Records. She then signed with RCA Records.
Cyrus’ image changed at that time. Her next album, Bangerz, began an era in which many considered the artist to be controversial. But while she was being shamed for twerking, doing drugs, and wearing “provocative” clothing, Cyrus continued to push a message of love, especially as an ally of the LGBTQ community.
It wasn’t until five years after Can’t Be Tamed that she came out as pansexual and genderfluid. Cyrus told Paper Magazine, “I don’t relate to being boy or girl, and I don’t have to have my partner relate to boy or girl.” She also said that she first told her mom about her “romantic feelings toward women” when she was 14.
While five years ago, this was hot gossip, how Cyrus identifies is well known today. In 2019, she restated her identity as a “queer person” in Vanity Fair after she married Liam Hemsworth. Then, their separation came just before the news that Cyrus was dating a woman, Kaitlynn Carter. So it may be no surprise to some what song from Can’t Be Tamed she’d like to perform in June 2020.
Miley Cyrus is reminiscing on her breakout era. The “Slide Away” singer, 27, is celebrating the 10-year anniversary of her “Can’t Be Tamed” album by answering some fan questions on Twitter.
When asked to name her most unforgettable moment from the era, Cyrus said it was her first performance at the G-A-Y nightclub in London in 2010 — especially because of her newfound freedom in the final year of her Disney show “Hannah Montana.”
“I wore a dress I knew would piss everybody off and that was around the time I really began to ‘spread my wings’ & felt free,” Cyrus wrote. “But….also it took a lot of guts because people around me were saying I would lose all my fans and my career would be over.”
She continued, “I couldn’t stay Hannah Montana forever and they knew that, but they also didn’t want me to make a mistake that couldn’t be undone. Been so fortunate to have loyal fans (like you) who have always allowed me to experiment and evolve.”
The dress in question was the “hole dress” by Danielle Scutt for Topshop that featured two large cut outs around the waist and many more around the bottom.
Miley Cyrus unleashed Can’t Be Tamed on this day (June 18) in 2010. With raunchy — by Disney’s standards — bangers, outspoken lyrics and club beats, it was the first step towards burying Hannah Montana. RIP. The era got off to a flying start with the title track, which duly cracked the top 10, but the album failed to produce further hits. Yes, it’s hard to believe that iconic bops like “Who Owns My Heart,” “Liberty Walk” and “Permanent December” didn’t slay the charts. And I haven’t even reached the album’s true highlight yet.
Can’t Be Tamed was essentially split in half. Rock Mafia produced the first six tracks, while John Shanks tackled the last six. Which resulted in an opus front-loaded with then-hot electro-pop, followed by tracks with a little more introspection. (Shanks single-handedly crafted the guitar-pop sound of the mid-’00s with cuts on Kelly Clarkson’sBreakaway, Ashlee Simpson’sAutobiography and Hilary Duff’s self-titled album). The best song they conjured together was the anthemic “My Heart Beats For Love.”
“I’m calling out, can you hear my voice? I’m gonna find you through all the noise,” Miley begins the rousing tune over a church organ and strummed guitar. “You know there’s nothing that I wouldn’t do, shine your light as I reach for you.” That takes us to the genuinely lovely chorus. “My heart beats for love, my heart beats for love,” the Bangerz legend croons. “It’s the sound that I hear, tells me not to give up.” Think of this as an early indication of the pop star’s vocal prowess and affinity with country-adjacent sounds.
Impressively, “My Heart Beats For You” also doubles as a Pride anthem. “I wrote [the song] for my best friend… who is gay,” Miley told an interviewer in 2010. “I wrote it for him and about how people can be very judgmental. So I think love is kinda like the, you know, morals that I have that I put into my songs, and I think that’s really important. Telling people not to discriminate, and not to judge, and to just be open to the world.” Bow down to a true ally and revisit the lost hit that is “My Heart Beats For Love” below.
In a clandestine, off-market deal that went down earlier this year, Miley Cyrus has sold her Malibu home for $1.7 million, a pocketbook punishing $825,000 less than the slightly more than $2.5 million she paid German-born radio and TV presenter (and longtime Haribo spokesperson) Thomas Gottschalk for the enviably secluded two-plus-acre spread in early 2016.
Tax records show the new owners are songwriter-producer Matthew Wilder and his wife, Tamara Dunn. Curiously, it was Wilder and Dunn who, back in 2014, sold a neighboring estate for more than $6.8 million to Cyrus’ now ex-fiancé Liam Hemsworth. It was that home that burned to the ground in the 2018 Woolsey Fire that swept through Malibu and L.A.’s far western suburbs.
Tucked up into a discreet and exclusive gated enclave, the split-level contemporary is further sequestered down a long, gated and tree-shaded drive that passes over a seasonal stream. Since the transaction was done on the down low, it’s not known what improvements were made by Cyrus (and Hemsworth), who were believed to have used the home as a creative studio space and guesthouse. However, at the time of her purchase, the modestly sized abode was painted a bold shade of turquoise, with four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
The playfully provocative pop-country superstar, who started buying and selling multimillion-dollar properties before she was of legal drinking age, maintains a small portfolio of luxury homes. In Los Angeles she’s long owned an extensively fortified mid-century sprawler in Studio City that she picked up in 2011 for $3.9 million, and she keeps a large farmhouse on more than 30 beautifully bucolic acres in the affluent rural outskirts of Nashville that she acquired about three years ago for $5.8 million.
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