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Atif Aslam served a knock out performance at Bollywood Parks, Dubai on 23rd of November.

Guns N Roses, The Weeknd, Sam Smith and Post Malone made F1 Abu Dhabi concert an unforgettable experience.

Axl Rose struggled through the performance in Abu Dhabi after telling the crowd he'd been ill but powered through 20 songs of the group’s usual 28-song set. “I’ve been throwing up for about the last five hours,” he told the crowd. “So instead of canceling I’m gonna do the best show we can for you.”

Bella Hadid and French Montana joined The Weeknd after a stellar performance at Du Arena.

Dolce & Gabbana endured major backlash for its ill-advised campaign and following up with a series of racist comments. Now, after being dropped by Yoox Net-A-Porter and several prominent Chinese stores, the duo behind the brand have released a video apology.

The clip, released on November 23, had Gabbana saying that the brand “offer our sincerest apologies to Chinese people worldwide,” before Dolce noted that “We hope our misunderstanding of Chinese culture can be forgiven.We’ve always been very crazy about China, we’ve visited it a lot. We’ve been to many cities. We love your culture.”

The video ended with the two saying sorry in Mandarin. It’s yet to be seen if the brand’s apology will be able to reverse the tide of criticism against it.

Atlanta’s J.I.D dropped his highly anticipated new project DiCaprio 2, a 14-track tape that features appearances from people like 6LACK, Ella Mai, A$AP Ferg, Method Man, BJ The Chicago Kid, and Joey Bada$$.