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Barack Obama’s Favorite Songs of 2021 Includes Late Dallas Rapper Mo3

The 27-track playlist features late Dallas rapper Mo3, and Grammy award winning musicians Lil Baby, Lizzo, Cardi B, Nas, and more.
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How Spotify is Helping Dallas Artists Chart

Everything you need to know about the streaming platform's new hyper-regional charts program.
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Posty Fest Brings Megan Thee Stallion, Lil Uzi Vert, and Flo Milli to AT&T Stadium

The first major rap festival of the vaccine era is bringing a lot of big names to Arlington this October.
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Fort Worth’s Newest Venue Gets Latin Music Festival Centro Popular

Centro Popular opens Wild Acre Live, a new outdoor venue in Fort Worth. It is the city’s first Latin music festival in a decade.
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Three North Texas Rappers Compete in Red Bull Batalla, the World’s Largest Spanish Rap Battle

Dallas, Irving, and Lewisville are represented in the 15th installment of the global Spanish rap competition.

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Lights All Night Returns To Dallas on New Year’s Eve for Its 11th Edition

Above & Beyond, DJ Snake, and a roster of Grammy-winning DJs headline this year's festival at Dallas Market Hall.
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Dallas Children’s Theatre Seeks A BIPOC Playwright for Maya Angelou Production

Dallas Children's Theatre opens applications for youth-centered playwright of color to adapt Maya Angelou's Life Doesn't Frighten Me
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Where to Celebrate Record Store Day in Dallas

Before streaming, there was vinyl. Here's where to buy records in Dallas on June 12.
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JMBLYA Returns to Dallas

The Texas-based festival takes over Dos Equis Pavilion for Labor Day Weekend.
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Federal Grant Program Promised to Help Live Venues, but Aid Only Went to One in Texas

Despite a sizable pool for relief funds, the feds have been slow to send out money to venues and cultural art institutions.