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  • LIFE

    Ja Turbo charges, Baitoey buzzes, Pel splits, Tak turns

    News, Published on 14/12/2014

    » Sexy singer Nongphanee "Ja Turbo" Mahadthai is taking legal action against a website which stole her image to promote an R-rated movie.

  • LIFE

    Row takes off, Deal falls down, Law suit goes ahead

    News, Mae Moo, Published on 07/08/2016

    » Sexy singer Warattha "Noey" Imraporn is putting a brave face on problems with the family of the pilot she wants to marry after one of his relatives lashed her in the media.

  • LIFE

    What's good for the goose ... the wild and Rocky road to fame, What's in a 'name'

    News, Mae Moo, Published on 16/07/2017

    » A senior Grammy executive and TV host Saithip "Chod" Montrikul Na Ayudhaya is under pressure after her TV show dug into the past of two estranged starlets, with netizens challenging her to come clean about her own love life.

  • THAILAND

    Top 5 social media stories of the year

    News, Anucha Charoenpo, Published on 30/12/2017

    » The influence of social media on society today is of profound importance, and 2017 was no exception. This past year was one when netizens widely used social media platforms to scrutinise matters of public interest. Below are the top five news stories of the year that spread online mostly through social media initially in a much faster and wider manner before the mainstream media picked up and pursued them.

  • LIFE

    The way she moves

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 22/09/2017

    » What's life like as the most in-demand luk thung star of the moment? After an unexpected catapult to national fame following PM Prayut Chan-o-cha's comment on her twerking, after a frenzy of media coverage sensationalising her stage name and persona, and after becoming an accidental symbol of youth and freedom, 19-year-old Lamyai Haithongkham has only one simple wish: more time to sleep.

  • LIFE

    Three twerks in time save nine

    B Magazine, Andrew Biggs, Published on 18/06/2017

    » Back in January 1956, a young unknown American singer named Elvis Presley released his first single called Heartbreak Hotel.

  • LIFE

    From the field to the protest

    Life, Chris Baker, Published on 21/09/2015

    » The Thai music known as luk thung (son of the field) is difficult to define because it borrows from everywhere and evolves over time. To the ear, however, it is unmistakable. That's a result of its two dominant rhythms, one from Thai folk music, the other from Latin America and an undercurrent of melancholy from the genre's archetypal song about the country boy far from home thinking of the village and the girl back there. Ethnomusicologist James Mitchell defines it simply as "Thailand's most popular music".

  • LIFE

    Still hanging around

    B Magazine, Chanun Poomsawai, Published on 04/08/2019

    » "Life is short, I can't spend any more time on an airplane playing in front of people who have no idea who I am. It doesn't feel spiritual anymore. I'm ready for a more intimate life," explains Swedish indie-pop songstress Lykke Li in her recent Vogue interview in which she was asked whether she was planning to retire like she'd previously mentioned on her social media post. As it turns out, not only is she not retiring, Li's co-organising the inaugural edition of YOLA DÍA, "a festival for people who hate music festivals" celebrating strong women in music set to take place in LA next Sunday.

  • LIFE

    The wonder girl grows up

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 20/09/2019

    » Bangkok's local concert calendar is now a nostalgic affair filled with 90s and millennium playlists. Stepping away from that slightly worn-out path is diva Tata Young, whose upcoming concert next month will be packed with English music from her days as one of the biggest stars from Asia.

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