A group of refugees have joined forces with music students to compose a charity single they hope will become the Christmas number one. The track, titled “Whatever You Believe”, is performed by a mix of refugees and young people from the Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM). It’s released as part of the I Speak Music project, which saw displaced young people join musicians and members of the local community to record music, sold to help raise funds for projects that help refugees settle in their host communities.
Kanye West has hit back at Ariana Grande after she criticised him over his feud with Drake, claiming that she’s using him to promote her latest single. On Thursday, West posted dozens of tweets insulting Drake, accusing him of being a bully and mocking him over his trainers. Following the attention that West’s tweets were receiving, Grande referenced the spat on Twitter, asking that her followers pay more attention to the new singles that she and Miley Cyrus were preparing to release.
A public consultation will look at plans to help UK museums and buyers have a better chance of acquiring items of national significance.