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South Korea's speaker array, located at a military base near its border with the North. The South Korean Ministry of Defense announced on Monday it would cease propagandistic broadcasts of K-pop and other audio. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Kendrick Lamar in 2015. The rapper was awarded the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Music. Mike Pont/Getty Images hide caption

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Kendrick Lamar's 'DAMN.' Wins Historic Pulitzer Prize In Music

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Beyonce Knowles performs during Coachella on April 14, 2018. The singer's performance became the weekend's dominant discussion. Larry Busacca/Getty Images for Coachella hide caption

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A picture provided by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (back, center) and his wife Ri Sol-Ju (second row, sixth from left) posing with South Korean musicians after their performance in the East Pyongyang Grand Theater in Pyongyang. KCNA via KNS/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Charlie Walk, former president of Republic Records, left the company after a sexual misconduct investigation. Here, he's speaking on the TV show The Four, where he was a panelist. Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images hide caption

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Venezuelan conductor and composer José Abreu delivers a speech to the young musicians of his orchestra in Caracas, Venezuela in January, 2009. Abreu was the founder of "El Sistema," an educational framework intended to extend musical instruction to children, regardless of their background. Thomas Coex/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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