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So, she keeps playing Marley, "no longer as a revolutionary voice, but as a calming father figure who says, 'you're going to get through this'". Radio Antena likes to play the best bits from these live sessions.
Antena's mostly English-language playlist rarely gets more Balkan than the odd Dua Lipa track. But now it's as a result of coronavirus restrictions, which could hit the country's poorest. Many Zbout continue to feel marginalised, Maya says. Turns out it's therapeutic for the DJ, too. But you have no choice other than to remain hopeful.
Or they're terribly worried about family in the United States. The soundtrack to the challenge is a tune by rapper-comedian Ot. But the next time an ex tries to woo you back, crank up this track and remember why you broke up with them in the first place. It's a TikTok trend, Ronke explains.
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His team have chosen to rework a traditional song, which he says gives people courage. She thinks they mean that every underdog will have its day.
So, it's back and forth, which is awesome. As well as dating each other via radio, Gulu's young lovers are said to be coping with their new separation by requesting an elegant Afro-fusion love song by local artist BeePee.
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Whether you've been dumped, are the dumpee, or have decided to mutually part ways, everyone has a different way of coping with the end of a relationship, but according to psychologists, listening to songs about moving on can be a really helpful part of the process. If all we come together, as this Singles toronto asks, we'll get through it. But, miraculously, the heing members of Dubioza Kolektiv manage to use video-calling to jam out songs even while each musician stays at home.
Those who would normally go to nightclubs have been taking to social media instead. In the mornings, people want energetic pop to exercise to. Presenter Hisa is playing it for people who are ignoring social distancing restrictions. We even have a motivational poster that re: "Make a coffee, put on bding gangsta rap, and handle it.
Protesters calling for political changes in Sudan in adopted the reggae icon as something of a "freedom symbol", and he remains popular with young artists and activists a year later. And, right now, it's best to stay not just in Indonesia, but in our homes.
Because they're staying home, keeping themselves and their families safe. They want to hear their language, and to know what's happening here. By 5pm, it's time for something more reflective. Okeng's breakfast show has a feel-good feature in which the station calls up two people who want to connect with each other but lack the means pay-as-you-go phone credit - and it's proving popular with couples. A lot of people left here during the Women want sex Brunswick war.
It's hardly music to blast away the lockdown blues. Mulk Kay Nojawano traditional - chosen by Asfandyar from Power 99 in Islamabad, Pakistan image copyrightAsfandyar Alam Asfandyar's tricky task is to create "positive content" during the pandemic. Uruguay has not yet been badly hit by Covid, Valeria says, but people here are watching the rest of the world anxiously. But presenter Naida says the coronavirus has raised demand for Bosnian artists.
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