“Sale Pish” by Erfun Khoshdel won the best music video at the Iranian Pop Festival

This year, as in previous years, we witnessed the Iranian Pop Festival, and all the artists had tried for a year to receive awards in this ceremony, and the new artists were waiting to be heard more by Iranian music professors.

In this tough competition, different music was heard and prizes were awarded, but the most important one, which was the best music video, marked the most sensitive moments for the candidates until the judges voted and the music video “Sale Pish” from  Erfun Khoshdel won this award this year, and this incident caused us to hear his name a lot in various news agencies.

It is a great honor and the main purpose of this festival is to hear new pop singers get in the mood and prepare and broadcast more works.

Iranian Pop Festival is one of the oldest and traditional Iranian festivals that was founded in 1999 in Iran.  This festival has been one of the most important elements in the development of pop music from two decades ago until now, and many singers of this festival have entered the music industry and become stars.

Winning awards such as the best music video will surely be a launching pad for Erfun Khoshdel and we will soon listen to various music from him.

All these honors are registered in the Museum of Music and Art of Iran to be permanent.  The name of Erfun Khoshdel was also registered in this museum forever and he is one of the more than a thousand members of this museum whose name will be immortal.


Taylor Swift presentations drop album ‘Evermore,’ music video for ‘Willow’

Taylor Swift is working diligently this year. The singer-songwriter, who will turn 31 on Sunday, has appeared her surprise album “Evermore,” a “sister record” to her “Folklore,” which showed up in July.

Alongside the album release, the star dropped a music video for the song “Willow,” which she guided herself.

The video opens on Swift, situated in a cozy cottage prior to following a golden string into the rear of her piano, which ships her to a small, forested island.

Swift looks into the water and sees her appearance gazing back, yet additionally that of a man, however he’s not there close to her.

Next comes a concise scene of a youthful blonde girl – probably a more youthful version of Swift – following a similar golden string.

Back as a grown-up once more, Swift plays a mandolin at a fair, trapped in a glass box and unfit to arrive at a man watching her perform – a similar man from the reflection.

Ultimately, the golden string drives the singer into the woods, where she participates in a magic ritual, missing the man again by just a short time before she leaves, following the string back home.

Be that as it may, who is hanging tight for her back in the cottage? In all honesty the man from her different run-ins.

The two grasp each other and grin before the credits roll.

In the same way as other of Swift’s tunes, “Willow” is an adoration melody about commitment.

“The more that you say, the less I know / Wherever you stray, I follow,” she sings in the chorus. “I’m begging for you to take my hand / Make my plans, that’s my man.”

The title of the tune comes from the verse, “Life was a willow and it bent right to your wind.”

“Evermore” is accessible to stream and download and contains 15 songs, including “Willow” and the title track, which highlights Bon Iver.


Justin Bieber releases a new music video ‘Lonely’ about child fame including actor Jacob Tremblay

Justin Bieber released a music video for his new hit “Lonely” highlighting Benny Blanco in which the pop star investigates the dark side of childhood fame.

The now 26-year-old singer skyrocketed to celebrity status at 16 years of age with the release of his album, “My World 2.0” in the wake of being found on YouTube at age 13.

The visuals for “Lonely” highlight youthful actor Jacob Trembley playing Bieber during his young years. The video portrays how isolated the pop star felt growing up in the spotlight.

“Maybe when I’m older it’ll all calm down, but it’s killing me now/ What if you had it all but nobody to call, maybe then you’d know me/ Cause I’ve had everything, but no one’s listening, that’s just (expletive) lonely,” Bieber sings. “Everybody knows my past now, like my house was always made of glass/ Maybe that’s the price you pay for the money and fame at an early age.”

Bieber thought about how cathartic creation the song and music video was for him.

“When [@itsbennyblanco] and @finneas showed me this song to be honest it was hard to listen to considering how tough it was to get through some of these chapters,” he wrote. “I went into the studio and sang through it which wasn’t easy but started to really see the importance of telling this story!”

Bieber has previously revolted against the fact that it was so difficult to balance achievement and a normal childhood. He said it led him down a dark path of addiction.

“I started doing pretty heavy drugs at 19 and abused all my relationships,” Bieber said on social media in September 2019. “I became resentful, disrespectful to women … hiding behind a shell of a person that I had become.”

Bieber has previously uncovered his psychological health issues, including depression, anxiety, and ADHD. The Canadian-born performer said he was “still unfulfilled” in spite of all the cash and awards.

“Have you noticed the statistics of child stars and the outcome of their life?” he added, explaining the pressure put on a developing child and having everything handed to him.

“So by this point I was 18 with no skills in the real world, with millions of dollars and access to whatever I wanted,” Bieber said. “This is a very scary concept for anyone.”

He said he began mishandling medications to adapt to the huge ups and downs from touring the world over.

“I felt like I could never turn it around,” he said. “It’s taken me years to bounce back from all these terrible decisions, fix broken relationships, and change relationship habits.”


Actress Anupama Agnihotri’s Music video “Nasha hai” out on Zee Music Company

Actress Anupama Agnihotri on Tuesday dropped the announcement of his new song titled

 “Nasha Hai.” And also, the song has got wasted vital consideration from the personalities or fans who admire to watch her. On 3rd, this song has been launched only on Zee Music Company.

 The song has hugely expected by the people, and they were contemplating that this song would applaud the audience when the song watched by all bit by bit.

Fans are still viewing this song, which has been carried forward in the fantabulous video of the famous actress Anupama Agnihotri. 

The song has been adduced only on Zee Music Company. As per the reports, Anupama Agnihotri has uploaded the official poster of his song on social media.

What are you waiting for? The song has already launched on 3rd March 2020. Go and watch this top-notch song, which has been started by Anupama Agnihotri if it comes to that give your essential views to this deluxe song online on Zee Music. 


AMAs 2019 : Selena Gomez Performs Live for the First Time in Two Years

It’s been a long time since Gomez has done a broadcast live execution—the last time she performed at the AMAs was in 2017 when she sang “Wolves”— at the same time, on Sunday night, the 27-year-old made a triumphant come back to the American Music Awards with a mashup of her most current singles. Reproducing the recordings to both “Lose You to Love Me” and “Look at Her Now,” Gomez showed up in a black turtleneck dress singing a stripped down adaptation of the previous melody as clasps from the video played on a highly contrasting screen behind her. After the main section of the tune Gomez disappeared behind her backup dancers, just to reappear in a sequined silver bodysuit as the stage transformed into a colorful techno amuse, suggestive of her “Look at Her Now” music video.

The main thing more spellbinding than the fast movement and neon lights? Taylor Swift and Halsey’s responses to the entire thing. The vocalists, who were situated beside one another in the group of spectators, energetically cheered on Gomez, bouncing around as the presentation proceeded.

Gomez likewise took to internet based life to praise her huge night. “Feels good to be back. Thank you to my entire team and to my fans that stand by me. All of this is for you and because of you. excited for this chapter,” she subtitled a display of red carpet pics.

Gomez had removed some time from people in general eye as of late. While she wasn’t releasing new films or music, she concentrated on creating show like 13 Reasons Why, loaning her voice to movies like Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation, and giving great toasts at her friend’s weddings. Be that as it may, prior this fall, the vocalist ventured again into the spotlight, dropping consecutive singles flagging an arrival to her musical roots.

Fans promptly inferred that the two melodies were about Gomez’s wild association with Justin Bieber. While Gomez has not referenced Bieber by name while advancing the new melody, she has been getting very real to life about her exes.

“Yeah, I think, you know, I’m really grateful too because I’ve actually experienced that [exes moving on to another relationship quickly] a million times before,” she said when addressing Ryan Seacrest. “And that’s the unfortunate part about what I do. So it’s all very real to me, and I’m sure it’s just entertainment for other people, but I think I had become numb to it, and it would be stupid of me if I didn’t acknowledge what I had felt because it would be inauthentic, and that’s everything I claim to be and do.”

“These two songs were me wrapping up a chapter in a pretty little bow, and the rest of the album is just all about where I am now and where I’m going so, in my opinion, these are great songs, but I’ve saved the best for later,” Gomez included.

The artist recently announced that the full, up ’til now untitled album will be released on January 10, 2020.