Debuting at the end of December 2020, @goolir’s routine to Wale’s track is picking up steam in 2021 with Addison Rae and Haley Sharpe both bringing the dance to their followers. The original dance video has almost 700,000 likes and over 4.3 million views. The dance that’s currently sweeping TikTok was created by @niaxnycole and the beat underneath the original cheer was created by @kyleyoumadethat. TikTok users are using Yung Baby Tate’s “I am healthy, I am wealthy, I am rich…” lyrics to manifest positive vibes in 2021. Agatha Harkness’ bop to end all bops went viral on Marvel TikTok, with memes popping up all over the app. Olivia’s sophomore single serves as the soundtrack to the camera flip challenge, where TikTokers invert the camera to show how symmetrical or asymmetrical their faces are.

Live music is undoubtedly an important part of your festival, but there’s huge scope to offer your guests so much more. Essential international guides, packed with data, interviews, strategies, and local insight. A key takeaway from our Sandbox Summit Web3 Special at the end of June includes that NFTs sit alongside physical merch and music in appeal rather than superseding them. If you’re confused by the 8D part, that’s – yes – a bit of a misnomer. As far as we’re aware, 4D is about as far as it goes, immersive entertainment wise – and that’s reserved for those giant iMax cinemas that feed you strobe lighting and scented mist alongside your 3D viewing experience. This may, according to some, mimic a live show (although, actually, what it offers is more than that, as a live show would at least have a single focal point i.e. the stage where the music is being performed).

Jonny Ross from Jonny Ross Music (who has been in the industry for 12 years and has even played for royalty!) revealed your songs should be carefully chosen for every stage of your big day, from walking down the aisle to your wedding breakfast. Granted, the longer you have musicians at your wedding the more expensive it can get – up to around £6k, in fact – but Jonny spoke to HELLO! The latest free Spotify trend tool comes in the form of Icebergify. Icebergify gathers data from your top 50 artists and your long, short, and medium-term listening trends to produce an ‘iceberg’ graphic of your favourite artists.

Art installations, vineyards, or urban landscapes – making the most of the location really helps your festival stand out. As insight into how festival season is shaping up and celebrating coming together to enjoy live music again. While there are no scientific studies into this at present, a number of neurodivergent users on YouTube and TikTok frantica.com have shared anecdotally that the music is useful in helping them. 8D audio music is trending right now on YouTube and TikTok, and you’re going to want to hear this. Marianne Rizkallah, director and head music therapist at North London Music Therapy, says this YouTube trend will be helping those who have positive associations to oldies music.

The ‘Which Little Miss character am I?’ quiz is going viral on TikTok and it’s brutal

The first weeks of 2021 saw No.1s on the Official Albums Chart for You Me At Six, Mogwai and Architects along with Top-5 LPs for Passenger, Bicep, Black Country New Road and Alice Cooper. New releases by Central Cee and Thunder entered the Top-3 of the Chart in successive weeks in March, followed by a raft of high-charting debuts from artists such as Dry Cleaning, Girl In Red, Squid and Orla Gartland. The collective share of music consumption in the UK attributable to independent labels1 – including BPI members such as Dirty Hit, Partisan and PIAS – rose to stand at 26.9% in 2021. This was up from 25.9% in 2020 and is markedly higher than the 22.1% figure registered in 20172.

  • Having a band or DJ play at your evening reception is often expected at a wedding, but music shouldn’t be left as an afterthought for the first dance and the party.
  • A slowed down version of the 2009 Stromae banger was used by TikToker user @usimmango in a video, where he and a group of friends rock to the beat of the track.
  • But it faces challenges to its ongoing development and expansion, and will require both structural and cultural support to counteract these damaging trends and allow it the global takeover it deserves.
  • In three months, the Bardcore trend has evolved, with some minstrels covering Disney anthems, while others croon Nirvana hits in classical Latin.
  • These can act as an extension of a band’s merch, allowing fans to not only have access to exclusive content and perks, but to directly engage with them — providing another avenue for artists to expand their fanbase.

The routine was started by @inmypjss, who was originally dancing to Sean Paul’s ‘Temperature’. Coi Leray’s 2021 bop has found itself as the official #MeganKneesChallenge song on TikTok. Users have been testing the strength of their knees, with Megan Thee Stallion’s strength being the ultimate goal, leaning further into a squat as the beat of the music continues. Although the trend started in 2020, Coi Leray’s track has elevated the trend to new levels.

What is the Icebergify Spotify music trend?

Here’s how to play the game as well as hints at June 18’s song and that all-important answer when you eventually give up. It’s important to note that the tool is very popular right now and the website crashes frequently, so it might take a few tries or refreshes of the page before you can get yours. Luke Lorenz – Rapper, singer, songwriter, Luke Lorenz combines his talents to produce his own style of alternative pop with an exciting 2020 ahead. Global political trends may suggest cultural progression is slowing down, but music once again bucks the trend, showing itself to be a unifying force.

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But it faces challenges to its ongoing development and expansion, and will require both structural and cultural support to counteract these damaging trends and allow it the global takeover it deserves. The difficulties faced by the African music industry are long-established and well-documented with the fundamental challenge being the predominance of an informal economy operating supply chains without proper regulation or observation. Unlike here in the UK, there is a staggering hindrance preventing artists from receiving remuneration for intellectual property with content piracy stealing livelihoods. Without over-complicating this blogpost by writing a whole epistle on the matter, we also have to acknowledge that it’s not just African music on the rise but the continent’s creative culture as a whole. I mean, dabble into any industry including fashion, film, and food; you will be guaranteed to come across African innovation. Just this afternoon, I kid you not, I walked into Harrods with the joy of hearing Nigerian popstar ‘Mr Eazi’ in the background!