The migrants and refugees arriving in Germany come from a diversity of cultures. But when it comes to music, Germany has long enjoyed acts by artists with immigrant roots. PopXport will show you some in the Melting Pop series.
Renowned German jihadi Denis Cuspert has been killed in Syria, at least according to a pro-"Islamic State" propaganda news site. He's been reported dead before. But the site posted photos purporting to show his corpse.
The Hawaiian-born musician has won best album, best record and song of the year for "That's What I Like." Germany's Kraftwerk was also among the night's winners.
It's become a hobby: After "Puff Daddy" and "Diddy," the hip-hop mogul Sean Combs has changed his name again and now wants to be called simply "Love."
The Berlin-based rapper Megaloh and his producer Ghanaian Stallion refer to their African roots in their music. Germany's Goethe-Institut has organized a tour for them in East Africa.
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