Around the Entertainment Globe - October 30

Dominic Bell

Tuesday, October 30, 2012    

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1. Google, the world's most popular Internet search engine, announced that during the USA's Presidential Debate season and immediate aftermath, US President Barack Obama was more searched than Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney. Romney, however, received a 20 per cent surge in the amount of searches he experienced during this period, with Obama gaining only a six per cent increase.

2. The Game resurrected Bone Thugs-N-Harmony for the remix of his most single, Celebration. Celebration samples Bone Thugs-N-Harmony's cult classic 1st of the Month.

3. R&B singer Ciara, continues attempts at staging a comeback, with the release of her latest viral clip Got Me Good.

4. Meek Mill, a popular upcoming protégé of rapper Rick Ross, has released the video for his latest single Young & Gettin' It, that features Kirko Bangz.


Barack Obama hails Bob Marley

In a recent interview with MTV's Sway, US President Barack Obama cited that during his college years, Bob Marley's music raised his political awareness. He furthered that through Marley's music, he was able to learn "how people outside of our country (The United States) were thinking about the struggle for jobs and dignity and freedom".



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