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Chinese metal bands turn up the volume as live venues reopen 
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PORTUGAL-CAPEVERDE/LISBON
RTS2FEM3 
March 29, 2019 
Cape Verdean cook Benvinda Mendes, 73, locally known as Totta, takes a break as costumers eat at her... 
Lisbon, Portugal 
The Wider Image: Vibrant Cape Verdean culture draws people to Lisbon outskirt 
Cape Verdean cook Benvinda Mendes, 73, locally known as Totta, takes a break as costumers eat at her restaurant in Cova da Moura neighbourhood in Lisbon, Portugal, December 13, 2018. Mendes was born in the Cape Verdean island of Santa Catarina. There she was a construction worker, building roads and other infrastructures. In the 1980s she moved to Portugal seeking a better life Ð for her and her family - but when she got to Cova da Moura there was no running water or other basic services. Now, she runs a family restaurant in the neighbourhood and dances the traditional 'batuque', a music genre and dance style from Cape Verde that she learned with her late mother. 'Batuque' is set to feature in Madonna's upcoming new record. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante SEARCH "MOURA LISBON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5MOY3 
April 11, 2018 
Artisan Mohammed Karam works on an oud in front of a workshop in Cairo, Egypt April 11, 2018. REUTERS/Amr... 
Cairo, Egypt 
Artisan Mohammed Karam works on an oud in front of a workshop in Cairo 
Artisan Mohammed Karam works on an oud in front of a workshop in Cairo, Egypt April 11, 2018. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5MOXP 
April 11, 2018 
Ouds are pictured at the workshop in Cairo, Egypt April 11, 2018. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh 
Cairo, Egypt 
Ouds are pictured at the workshop in Cairo 
Ouds are pictured at the workshop in Cairo, Egypt April 11, 2018. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5GU0K 
April 05, 2018 
A mute trumpet is pictured at Garibaldi square in Mexico City, Mexico April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A mute trumpet is pictured at Garibaldi square in Mexico City 
A mute trumpet is pictured at Garibaldi square in Mexico City, Mexico April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5GTYN 
April 05, 2018 
The tuning machines of a double bass are seen as a man in a hat performs at Garibaldi square in Mexico... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
The tuning machines of a double bass are seen as a man in a hat performs at Garibaldi square in Mexico... 
The tuning machines of a double bass are seen as a man in a hat performs at Garibaldi square in Mexico City, Mexico April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5GTS3 
April 05, 2018 
A harp that is held by an image of Saint Cecilia, patron of musicians, is pictured inside a showcase... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A harp that is held by an image of Saint Cecilia, patron of musicians, is pictured inside a showcase... 
A harp that is held by an image of Saint Cecilia, patron of musicians, is pictured inside a showcase at Garibaldi square in Mexico City, Mexico April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5GTM7 
April 05, 2018 
A Sixth bass (or Bajo sexto in spanish), a Mexican instrument with 12 strings in 6 double courses, is... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A Sixth bass (or Bajo sexto in spanish), a Mexican instrument with 12 strings in 6 double courses, is... 
A Sixth bass (or Bajo sexto in spanish), a Mexican instrument with 12 strings in 6 double courses, is pictured with a pickup on sound hole at Garibaldi square in Mexico City, Mexico April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5GTM3 
April 05, 2018 
A musician holds a double bass at Garibaldi square in Mexico City, Mexico April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard... 
Mexico City, Mexico 
A musician holds a double bass at Garibaldi square in Mexico City 
A musician holds a double bass at Garibaldi square in Mexico City, Mexico April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5GLPS 
April 04, 2018 
A decorated Spanish guitar is seen as folk music guitarists perform during the traditional feast of St... 
Marsaxlokk, Malta 
A decorated Spanish guitar is seen as folk music guitarists perform during the traditional feast of St... 
A decorated Spanish guitar is seen as folk music guitarists perform during the traditional feast of St Gregory in Marsaxlokk, Malta, April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi 
GLOBAL-MUSIC/
RTX5GLPN 
April 04, 2018 
The headstock of a guitar is seen as folk music guitarists perform during the traditional feast of St... 
Marsaxlokk, Malta 
The headstock of a guitar is seen as folk music guitarists perform during the traditional feast of St... 
The headstock of a guitar is seen as folk music guitarists perform during the traditional feast of St Gregory in Marsaxlokk, Malta, April 4, 2018. REUTERS/Darrin Zammit Lupi 
MUSIC-BRITAIN/GRIME
RTX3A2ZX 
July 05, 2017 
Squeezed in to a small and sweaty East London nightclub at 3 a.m., the Slew Dem Crew spit bars to a raucous... 
London, United Kingdom 
The Wider Image: Grime spreads beyond London's underground 
Squeezed in to a small and sweaty East London nightclub at 3 a.m., the Slew Dem Crew spit bars to a raucous audience revelling in the fast growing popularity of Britain's new musical obsession. Grime, developed from garage and rap, has been enjoying a breakout period since British artist Skepta scooped the prestigious Mercury Prize in September and fellow Londoner Stormzy gave the genre its first number one album in March. In the small nightclubs, cafes and independent radio station studios of the capital, the accolades and recognition are drowning out the critics who say the music glamorises violence. "To those critics I would say you haven't listened to enough grime music because there's so many creative people in the scene for someone to belittle us with that statement," Rage, 32, a member of the Slew Dem Crew, said. "Grime is now being accepted all over the world. We are seeing people of all races and genders actively listening to, buying and making grime music." The grime artists tackle drugs, money, respect, turf wars and other gritty topics, all set over a tempo of 140 beats per minute. REUTERS/Paul Hackett SEARCH "GRIME LONDON" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Matching text: MUSIC-BRITAIN/GRIME 
USA-TRUMP/KANYEWEST
RTX2UUT9 
December 13, 2016 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
USA-TRUMP/KANYEWEST
RTX2UUJF 
December 13, 2016 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
USA-TRUMP/KANYEWEST
RTX2UUJ9 
December 13, 2016 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
USA-TRUMP/KANYEWEST
RTX2UUI7 
December 13, 2016 
Musician Kanye West meets with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Musician Kanye West meets with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York... 
Musician Kanye West meets with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
USA-TRUMP/KANYEWEST
RTX2UUFF 
December 13, 2016 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
USA-TRUMP/KANYEWEST
RTX2UUD1 
December 13, 2016 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
USA-TRUMP/KANYEWEST
RTX2UU7K 
December 13, 2016 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
USA-TRUMP/KANYEWEST
RTX2UU69 
December 13, 2016 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
USA-TRUMP/KANYEWEST
RTX2UU5H 
December 13, 2016 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West walk through the lobby at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West walk through the lobby at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West walk through the lobby at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
USA-TRUMP/KANYEWEST
RTX2UU4O 
December 13, 2016 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
USA-TRUMP/KANYEWEST
RTX2UU4M 
December 13, 2016 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump and musician Kanye West pose for media at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
USA-TRUMP/
RTX2UTUJ 
December 13, 2016 
Musician Kanye West arrives for a meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Musician Kanye West arrives for a meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
Musician Kanye West arrives for a meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
USA-TRUMP/
RTX2UTTL 
December 13, 2016 
Musician Kanye West arrives for a meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Musician Kanye West arrives for a meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
Musician Kanye West arrives for a meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
USA-TRUMP/
RTX2UTTK 
December 13, 2016 
Musician Kanye West arrives for a meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Musician Kanye West arrives for a meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan,... 
Musician Kanye West arrives for a meeting with U.S. President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Tower in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., December 13, 2016. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly 
FASHION-PARIS/CHANEL
RTSUWH5 
December 06, 2016 
Musician Pharrell Williams presents a creation with a Paris Cosmopolite theme by designer Karl Lagerfeld... 
Paris, France 
Musician Pharrell Williams presents a creation with a Paris Cosmopolite theme by designer Karl Lagerfeld... 
Musician Pharrell Williams presents a creation with a Paris Cosmopolite theme by designer Karl Lagerfeld during the Metiers D'Art Show for Chanel fashion house in Paris, France, December 6, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer 
FASHION-PARIS/CHANEL
RTSUWD7 
December 06, 2016 
Musician Pharrell Williams presents a creation with a Paris Cosmopolite theme by designer Karl Lagerfeld... 
Paris, France 
Musician Pharrell Williams presents a creation with a Paris Cosmopolite theme by designer Karl Lagerfeld... 
Musician Pharrell Williams presents a creation with a Paris Cosmopolite theme by designer Karl Lagerfeld during the Metiers D'Art Show for Chanel fashion house in Paris, France, December 6, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer 
FASHION-PARIS/CHANEL
RTSUWD6 
December 06, 2016 
Musician Pharrell Williams presents a creation with a Paris Cosmopolite theme by designer Karl Lagerfeld... 
Paris, France 
Musician Pharrell Williams presents a creation with a Paris Cosmopolite theme by designer Karl Lagerfeld... 
Musician Pharrell Williams presents a creation with a Paris Cosmopolite theme by designer Karl Lagerfeld during the Metiers D'Art Show for Chanel fashion house in Paris, France, December 6, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer 
USA-KENNEDYCENTER/HONORS-OBAMA
RTSUNIU 
December 05, 2016 
Musicians Garth Brooks and Tricia Yearwood arrives for the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, U.S.... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Musicians Garth Brooks and Tricia Yearwood arrives for the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington 
Musicians Garth Brooks and Tricia Yearwood arrives for the Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, U.S. December 4, 2016. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts 
AWARDS-MAMA/
RTSUCQX 
December 02, 2016 
U.S. rapper Wiz Khalifa poses on the red carpet during Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong, China... 
Hong Kong, China 
U.S. rapper Wiz Khalifa poses during Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong 
U.S. rapper Wiz Khalifa poses on the red carpet during Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong, China December 2, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
AWARDS-MAMA/
RTSUCQW 
December 02, 2016 
U.S. rapper Wiz Khalifa poses on the red carpet during Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong, China... 
Hong Kong, China 
U.S. rapper Wiz Khalifa poses during Mnet Asian Music Awards in Hong Kong 
U.S. rapper Wiz Khalifa poses on the red carpet during Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) in Hong Kong, China December 2, 2016. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/WHITEHOUSE
RTSUA91 
December 02, 2016 
Singers Garth Brooks (L) and wife Trisha Yearwood hold hands as they perform during the 94th Annual National... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Garth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood perform at the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting 
Singers Garth Brooks (L) and wife Trisha Yearwood hold hands as they perform during the 94th Annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on The Ellipse, near the White House, in Washington, U.S., December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Theiler 
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/WHITEHOUSE
RTSUA8Z 
December 02, 2016 
Chance the Rapper performs during the 94th Annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on The Ellipse,... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Chance the Rapper performs at the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting 
Chance the Rapper performs during the 94th Annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on The Ellipse, near the White House, in Washington, U.S., December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Theiler 
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/WHITEHOUSE
RTSUA7Y 
December 02, 2016 
Singers Garth Brooks (L) and wife Trisha Yearwood acknowledge applause as they conclude a performance... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Singers Brooks and wife Yearwood acknowledge applause as they conclude a performance during the 94th... 
Singers Garth Brooks (L) and wife Trisha Yearwood acknowledge applause as they conclude a performance during the 94th Annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on The Ellipse, near the White House, in Washington, U.S., December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Theiler 
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/WHITEHOUSE
RTSUA6R 
December 02, 2016 
U.S. President Barack Obama (R) joins Santa Claus for a concluding Christmas carol during the 94th Annual... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
President Obama participates in the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting 
U.S. President Barack Obama (R) joins Santa Claus for a concluding Christmas carol during the 94th Annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on The Ellipse, near the White House, in Washington, U.S., December 1, 2016. Joining in are First Lady Michelle Obama (L) and daughter Sasha. REUTERS/Mike Theiler 
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/WHITEHOUSE
RTSUA6Q 
December 02, 2016 
U.S. President Barack Obama (C) joins Santa Claus for a concluding Christmas carol during the 94th Annual... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
President Obama participates in the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting 
U.S. President Barack Obama (C) joins Santa Claus for a concluding Christmas carol during the 94th Annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on The Ellipse, near the White House, in Washington, U.S., December 1, 2016. Joining in (L-R) Chance the Rapper, First Lady Michelle Obama, James Taylor, Eva Longoria, Kelly Clarkson, Garth Brooks and Marc Anthony. REUTERS/Mike Theiler 
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/WHITEHOUSE
RTSUA51 
December 02, 2016 
U.S. President Barack Obama (C) joins Santa Claus and (L-R) daughter Sasha, First Lady Michelle Obama,... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
President Obama participates in the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting 
U.S. President Barack Obama (C) joins Santa Claus and (L-R) daughter Sasha, First Lady Michelle Obama, Garth Brooks and Trisha Yerawood as they sing Christmas carols at the conclusion of the 94th Annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on The Ellipse, near the White House, in Washington, U.S., December 1, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Theiler 
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/WHITEHOUSE
RTSUA2N 
December 02, 2016 
U.S. President Barack Obama (2nd L) joins in a Christmas carol at the conclusion of the annual National... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. President Barack Obama joins in a Christmas carol at the conclusion of the annual National Christmas... 
U.S. President Barack Obama (2nd L) joins in a Christmas carol at the conclusion of the annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on The Ellipse, near the White House, in Washington, U.S., December 1, 2016. Joining the president are (L-R) James Taylor, Trisha Yearwood, Marc Anthony, Garth Brooks and host Eva Longoria. REUTERS/Mike Theiler 
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/WHITEHOUSE
RTSUA2J 
December 02, 2016 
U.S. President Barack Obama (C) joins in a Christmas carol with Santa Claus at the conclusion of the... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
President Obama participates in the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting on The Ellipse 
U.S. President Barack Obama (C) joins in a Christmas carol with Santa Claus at the conclusion of the 94th Annual National Christmas Tree Lighting ceremony on The Ellipse, near the White House, in Washington, U.S., December 1, 2016. Joining the president are (L-R) first lady Michelle Obama, Caroline "Kim" Smedvig, James Taylor, Marc Anthony and host Eva Longoria. REUTERS/Mike Theiler 
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTGJL 
November 26, 2016 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager... 
London, United Kingdom 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London... 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTGJK 
November 26, 2016 
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging... 
London, United Kingdom 
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging... 
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTG0N 
November 26, 2016 
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne... 
London, United Kingdom 
Joe Corre speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia was burnt on a boat on the River... 
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, speaks at an event tr which a collection of punk memorabilia was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTG0D 
November 26, 2016 
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne... 
London, United Kingdom 
Joe Corre speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia was burnt on a boat on the River... 
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, speaks at an event tr which a collection of punk memorabilia was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTG03 
November 26, 2016 
Fire fighters attend an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son... 
London, United Kingdom 
Fire fighters attend an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, was burnt... 
Fire fighters attend an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFZQ 
November 26, 2016 
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging... 
London, United Kingdom 
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging... 
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFZE 
November 26, 2016 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager... 
London, United Kingdom 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London... 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFZD 
November 26, 2016 
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging... 
London, United Kingdom 
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging... 
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFXS 
November 26, 2016 
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging... 
London, United Kingdom 
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging... 
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood speaks at an event at which a collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and Westwood, was burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFWR 
November 26, 2016 
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne... 
London, United Kingdom 
Joe Corre sets light to a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River Thames, in London 
Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, sets light to a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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November 26, 2016 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager... 
London, United Kingdom 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London... 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
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November 26, 2016 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager... 
London, United Kingdom 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London... 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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November 26, 2016 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager... 
London, United Kingdom 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London... 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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November 26, 2016 
Joe Corre (L), the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer... 
London, United Kingdom 
Joe Corre addresses the media before burning a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River... 
Joe Corre (L), the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, addresses the media before burning a collection of punk memorabilia on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
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November 26, 2016 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager... 
London, United Kingdom 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre waits to be burnt on a boat on the River Thames,... 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, waits to be burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
RTSTFUY 
November 26, 2016 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager... 
London, United Kingdom 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London... 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
BRITAIN-MUSIC/PUNK
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November 26, 2016 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager... 
London, United Kingdom 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London... 
A collection of punk memorabilia belonging to Joe Corre, the son of Malcolm McLaren, the former manager of the Sex Pistols and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood, is burnt on a boat on the River Thames, in London, Britain November 26, 2016. A collection of punk music memorabilia went up in flames on Saturday in a protest meant to highlight how the genre has been subsumed into the cultural establishment. Joe Corre set fire to his collection - which he valued at 5 million pounds - of punk-era clothes and paraphernalia from the side of a boat on the River Thames, London. Corre organised the protest to oppose a year-long festival called Punk London created to celebrate 40 years of punk culture, supported by establishment bodies like the Mayor of London, the British Council and major record label Universal Music. REUTERS/Neil Hall
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November 21, 2016 
Rapper Rick Ross performs "Do You Mind" during the 2016 American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California,... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Rick Ross performs during the 2016 American Music Awards in Los Angeles 
Rapper Rick Ross performs "Do You Mind" during the 2016 American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California, U.S., November 20, 2016. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
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November 21, 2016 
(L-R) rappers Future, Rick Ross, August Alsina and DJ Khaled perform "Do You MInd" during the 2016 American... 
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES 
Future, Rick Ross, August Alsina and DJ Khaled perform during the 2016 American Music Awards in Los Angeles... 
(L-R) rappers Future, Rick Ross, August Alsina and DJ Khaled perform "Do You MInd" during the 2016 American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California, U.S., November 20, 2016. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni 
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November 18, 2016 
(L-R) Pharrell Williams, BiA, J Balvin, and Sky arrive at the 17th Annual Latin Grammy Awards in Las... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Pharrell Williams, BiA, J Balvin, and Sky arrive at the 17th Annual Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas 
(L-R) Pharrell Williams, BiA, J Balvin, and Sky arrive at the 17th Annual Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S., November 17, 2016. REUTERS/Steve Marcus 
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