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Usher (left) and Beyonce (right) performed at private concerts funded by the family of Libyan President Moammar Gadhafi. Gadhafi's son Hannibal is at center.
Bryan Bedder (l), Juan Barreto (c), Koichi Kamoshida (r)/Getty Images
March 8, 2011 Pop stars like Beyonce have made (and donated) millions on private concerts for the Gadhafi family.
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ChocQuibTown performs "De Donde Vengo Yo," which was awarded Best Alternative Song at the 11th annual Latin Grammy Awards.
November 12, 2010 Who deserved to win? Who finally got their due? Which jokes fell flat? Alt.Latino discusses the highs and lows of the night.
August 9, 2010 If you've ever seen the infamous video of David Bowie's Christmastime duet with Bing Crosby, then you know musicians are capable of the most imaginative (and baffling) collaborations. On this edition of All Songs Considered we look at odd pairings, some brilliant, and some just so very, very wrong.
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September 14, 2006 The song "Promiscuousl" has been everywhere lately: the top of the Billboard charts; the No. 1 iTunes download; and all across the radio dial. The song is a dialogue between singer Nelly Furtado and the producer and musician Timbaland. Their flirting conversation in the song generated a conversation among several of the young men and women at Youth Radio.
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January 16, 2004 Like Whoa, Nelly!, her 2002 debut hit album, Nelly Furtado's new CD features diverse influences that reflect the young Canadian-born singer-songwriter's Portuguese heritage. NPR's Renee Montagne talks to Furtado about Folklore, which dives deeper into the texture and stories of her parents' homeland, the Azore Islands. Hear songs from the new CD.
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December 4, 2000 Tucker reviews the debut CD from singer-songwriter Nelly Furtado, called Whoa, Nelly.
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