MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. – A giant video wall collapsed at Hard Rock Stadium and a rapper who was scheduled to perform was arrested — one day before the start of this weekend’s Rolling Loud music festival in Miami Gardens.
According to festival organizers, no one was injured due to the collapse, and the show will go on as planned. The video structure collapsed over what appears to be a stage.
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At around 6 p.m., festival organizers were seen covering the structure in a giant black tarp. Around
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LONDON — Some of the biggest names in the music industry have called on the U.K. government to change the way musicians get paid when their songs are streamed online over platforms like Spotify and Apple Music.
The Rolling Stones and Tom Jones are among 75 artists who have added their names to a letter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, urging him to change the law regarding the royalties paid from streaming.
Other new signatories include Pet Shop Boys, Yoko Ono, Van Morrison, Barry Gibb, Emeli Sandé and Jarvis Cocker. The total number