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Popular rapper and actor Earl Simmons, known to fans by the stage name DMX or Dark Man X, was reported in serious condition in a New York hospital on Saturday after suffering a heart attack triggered by an apparent drug overdose , according to TMZ Celebrity Posts and Billboard. The publications reported that Simmons, 50, who has a public history of drug abuse, was rushed to a hospital in White Plains, New York, after suffering a heart attack at his home around 11 p.m. Friday. UK Glastonbury Festival, cinemas and museums receive government money to survive COVID
The Glastonbury Festival will join 2,700 museums, theaters, cinemas and art venues to receive a share of £ 400million in grants and loans to help them survive the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK government said on Friday . Entertainment venues across Britain were forced to close last March due to the coronavirus crisis and although some partially reopened last summer, many have remained closed since then. Paul Simon joins the trend to monetize old song catalogs
Paul Simon has sold his entire catalog of songs to Sony Music Publishing, joining a series of older musicians enjoying the work of a lifetime. Sony Music Publishing said on Wednesday that the deal includes classic songs ranging from “Bridge Over Troubled Water” to “Still Crazy After All These Years” which Simon has written and recorded over his six-decade career.
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