German born singer, Deena Herr, recently gained overnight celebrity status in Uganda where she has a number one hit single in the charts. DW has caught up with the former aid worker to find out what it's like being a pop star there.
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.
Ginni Mahi is the newest voice of a musical genre that speaks for India's Dalit castes. With inspiration from activists and a growing fan base, she uses pop flair and social media to spread her message.
On June 7, which would have been Prince's 58th birthday, Minnesota's governor has suggested residents remember the singer by wearing purple. He's even dubbed the occasion Prince Day.
Two minutes and 23 seconds is all it took for a group of white women in traditional Ugandan dress to cause a stir on social media. But what is wrong with 'voluntourism'? Social change advocate Teddy Ruge explains.
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