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Yng Lvcas, Peso Pluma and More Talk Evolution of ‘La Bebe’: ‘Couldn’t Have Come at a Better Time’

Thania Garcia In 2019, Mexican singer-rapper Yng Lvcas found the beat that would drive his chart-busting “La Bebe” on BeatStars, the online musical marketplace where Lil Nas X found the track for “Old Town Road.” An amalgamation of classic reggaeton drums, it was the work of Hasa King Beatz, an Ecuadorian producer who put the track up for sale earlier that year. At 24, Lvcas was already a local celebrity when breakthrough artist Peso Pluma came knocking on his door. Lvcas’ style borders on a mix of rap and reggaeton, and his talents speak to his dexterity in blending hip-hop with the Mexican folk ballads known as corridos.

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Placebo announce their first ever live album
Placebo have announced details of their first-ever live album box set, ‘Placebo Live’.Announced today (November 21), the upcoming box set release marks the first time that the band have shared a live album during the entirety of their 25-year-long career.It also marks the first time that any live performances from the band have been made available on vinyl, and is comprised of performances captured during their shows in Mexico, Spain and London.The full live album included on the box set is titled ‘Collapse Into Never: Placebo Live In Europe 2023’, and was recorded live at the Low Festival in Spain earlier this year. It also comes as a clear double-vinyl gatefold.The two other live sets in the ‘Placebo Live’ box set include performances from the band’s show in Mexico City over the summer – called ‘This Is What You Wanted – and their sessions at the Studio One recording rooms in Twickenham.The latter comes under the title ‘Live From The White Room’ and is comprised of seven songs from the band’s 2022 album ‘Never Let Me Go’. It is also presented as a softpak gatefold CD, whereas the recording in Mexico is available in a Blu-Ray option.Elsewhere, the box set features songs from their eponymous debut ‘Placebo’, ‘Black Market Music’, ‘Sleeping With Ghosts’, ‘Battle For The Sun’, and ‘Loud Like Love’.It is set for release on December 15 via SO recordings and you can pre-order it here.
Iron Maiden’s Bruce Dickinson announces new solo album and tour, ‘The Mandrake Project’
Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson has announced details of his first solo album in nearly two decades and detailed a 2024 tour.‘The Mandrake Project’ is Dickinson’s first solo album since 2005’s ‘Tyranny Of Souls’ and will arrive in 2024.Also next year, he will head out on a tour of Mexico and Brazil.In a statement about the album, Dickinson said: “This album has been a very personal journey for me and I am extremely proud of it. Roy Z and I have been planning, writing and recording it for years, and I am very excited for people to finally hear it.“I’m even more excited at the prospect of getting out on the road with this amazing band that we have put together, to be able to bring it to life.”He added: “We’re planning to play as many shows as we can in as many places as possible, for as many people as we can! As for what ‘The Mandrake Project’ actually is… all will be revealed soon!”No firm details of the album, including tracklist, artwork or exact release date, have yet been revealed.See the 2024 tour dates below.APRIL 202418 – Guadalajara, MX @ Diana Theater20 – Mexico City, MX @ Pepsi Theatre24 – Curitiba, BZ @ Live Curitiba25 – Porto Alegre, BZ @ Pepsi On Stage27 – Brasilia, BZ @ Opera Hall28 – Belo Horizonte, BZ @ Arena Hall30 – Rio De Janeiro, BZ @ QualistageMAY 20242 – Ribeirao Preto, BZ @ Quinta Linda4 – Sao Paulo, BZ @ VibraLast year, Iron Maiden shared a mini-documentary from their recent ‘Legacy Of The Beast’ tour, taking fans inside the mammoth shows’ production with Dickinson as their guide.During the tour, the frontman was forced to physically remove a stage-invader, and called attendees out for smoking weed in the crowd.