Keith Flint
Yesterday we said farewell to The Prodigy’s lead vocalist and front man, Keith Flint, who performed at RAC Arena just last month. With his wild haircut, energetic dance moves and aggressive style of singing, Keith Flint was a true icon. The Prodigy first emerged in the early 1990s and is credited with introducing rave culture to the world. We will never forget the original Firestarter.  

The busiest woman in pop has had a month you wouldn’t believe! P!nk kicked off February by accepting a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. P!nk then went on to receive an Outstanding Contribution to Music Awards at the 2019 BRITs – the first non-British artist to receive the prize! To celebrate the occasion, P!nk closed the ceremony with a medley of her biggest hits, complete with several costume changes, fire, carefully choreographed routines, and literally floating in mid-air.

Oh, and she also has a new album due in April. You know, just in her spare time. You can catch the latest single, “Walk Me Home” now, but be warned – it will give you some serious feels!

New New New!
There must be something in the water as P!nk is not the only one with new music of late. Katy Perry, who is sporting a gorgeous engagement ring (congrats Katy & Orlando Bloom!), has a fresh single. The “365” collab with Zedd is an absolute bop, with a quirky video of a robotic Katy Perry beginning to develop feelings for a human.

Our favourite Aussie hip hop artists, Hilltop Hoods, unleashed their eighth studio album, “The Great Expanse” on the world late Feb, and Adam Lambert has teased an upcoming album on Twitter, promising he has something in the works for later this year.  

The tunes keep on coming with Bruno Mars and Cardi B teaming up again with “Please Me”. We didn’t think anything could top “Finesse” but they may have just done it! Because the rest is not enough, Julia Michaels and James Bay have also brought out “Peer Pressure”, and we’re obsessed. OBSESSED.     

Roger Federer
The tennis great has secured the biggest milestone of his career to date! Roger Federer defeated Greek star Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships to seize his eighth trophy in Dubai, and the milestone 100th ATP title of his career. Federer has joined Jimmy Connors as the second player ever to win 100 ATP titles in their career.

Federer said, “I never thought it would be possible to reach 99, let alone 100. It’s a great number that sounds extremely exciting. I need to draw motivation from everywhere I can and I’ll give it all that I have”. We can’t wait to see where the GOAT will go next!

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