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Random music news for Tuesday, March 28, 2023

U2’s Adam Clayton is quite the gardener. See? Now over to music news for March 28, 2023.

  1. We shall no longer speak of 50 Cent and any penis enlargement surgery.
  2. Nice job, Elon. Way to loose US$24 billion. (Via Rick J)
  3. This is the best thing Spotify has done in a long time. Isn’t it?
  4. Why are so many people into the details of Bob Dylan’s VW van? Go here for that rabbit hole.
  5. Snoop Dogg is now a grandfather and has vowed to spark up fewer blunts. Then again, his roller claimed Snoop smoked 150 joints a day.
  6. Adele is extending her Las Vegas residency. Imagine the look on the faces of people who bought tickets to her former “last show” for thousands of dollars.
  7. We might get that Ed Sheeran/Cradle of Filth collaboration later this year.
  8. Drake missed his Brazilian Lollapalooza headline appearance for some reason. But just hours before this scheduled set, he was spotted in a strip club.
  9. Here’s the latest evidence that AI is really going to change entertainment. And this is only the beginning. Meanwhile, keep your eyes/ears open for Lucy, a virtual pop star created by China’s Tencent Music.
  10. Nice to see more festivals trying to be eco-friendly. (Via Sean)
  11. Are you a tech worker who recently lost your job? A fellow group of unemployed coders have recorded a full album about this.
  12. Boy, the New York Yankees are cheap. (Via Bobby)
  13. According to a new survey, we’re streaming music in the car less these days.
  14. Fun: The most metal animals on the internet today.
  15. I had no idea that Bowie had an apartment in Sydney, Australia. It just sold for big dollars.

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