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2019 VMA Highlights
2019's MTV VMA's Performance Highlights and Award Winners
Virginia's incredible Missy Elliott demonstrated that in addition to the fact that she was well late to win a MTV Video Vanguard grant, however why she's one of the most compelling Hip Hop stars ever. During her presentation at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards, the Virginia local started her set in a reflected space for "Throw It Back." She at that point changed things up by flying around in her trademark dark vinyl jumpsuit in a diversion of her "I Can't Stand The Rain" video.
As the music exchanged up for her next melody execution so did the stage. Turning red, it gave an ideal surface to Missy to lead her artists in a vigorous interpretation of "Get Ur Freak On." "Work It," at that point pursued as Elliott changed into a Yellow jumpsuit. "Pass That Dutch" was directly after as Missy transformed into a Scarecrow sitting above cornfield that separated for a passage of artists.
Amazon Forest Fires
Brazil Deploys More than 44,000 Military Troops to Battle Amazon Forest Fires for "Positive Perception"
Rio De Janeiro was shaken by worldwide shock and dangers of monetary misfortunes over its treatment of flames seething in the Amazon downpour woodland, Brazil on Saturday started a quickly arranged military activity to fight the bursts and create a "positive perception" of the nation.
Swae Lee & Drake
Swae Lee is Accompanied by Drake in Relationship Luxuriating Song ‘Won't Be Late’ Following Additional ‘Sextesy’ Track
Swae conveyed for sure. “August is going to be an exciting month,” Swae Lee tweeted last Wednesday. "That is a guarantee." On Thursday night, the 24-year-old artist discharged a performance joint called "Sextasy" and the Drake-helped "Won't Be Late."