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Maltese DJ Debrii Breathes New Life Into Classic Maltese Track

Jan 7 2024 Share

Maltese DJ and Producer Debrii recently took to social media to share a sneak peek of his remix of Sammy Bartolo/New Cuorey’s song ‘Għajnejn Sbieħ.’ The snippet quickly gained ground, capturing the attention and admiration of patriots and music enthusiasts on various platforms.

@iamdebrii Esperiment mużikali b’waħda mill-favoriti tiegħi ta’ Sammy Bartolo / New Cuorey… 🇲🇹 Inlestuha jew? 👀 #malta🇲🇹 #maltatiktok #maltesemusic #maltatok ♬ original sound – DEBRII

Debrii’s remix clip amassed tens of thousands of views, likes, and comments, as fans eagerly expressed their enthusiasm for the fresh take on the Maltese language-infused track. Some praised Debrii’s innovative approach, hailing it as a means of celebrating and rejuvenating the Maltese language in music.

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The positive response has left followers clamouring for more, with calls for the full release of the remix echoing across social media. The marriage of modern electronic music and Maltese culture is something which the local DJ has gained a reputation for and, given that Sammy Bartolo and New Cuorey are amongst the most respected in Maltese music history, the fusion just makes sense.

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Christmas Decorations Should Be Removed During 1st Week of 2024, Poll Says

Jan 7 2024 Share

The age-old debate about the perfect time to bid farewell to Christmas decorations found clarity in a recent poll conducted by Malta Daily. The question of ‘When is the right time to take down your Christmas decorations?’ drew responses from followers of the page, shedding light on diverse traditions and preferences.

 

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An overwhelming 83% of participants leaned towards the ‘1st week of January’ as the appropriate time to dismantle the festive adornments, aligning with the post-New Year tradition. Surprisingly, 5% advocated for an early start, suggesting ‘Boxing Day’ as the ideal day to part ways with holiday décor, while a daring 12% expressed a desire to keep the festive spirit alive throughout the entire year.

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As for the current status of decorations, the poll revealed that 50% had already bid adieu to their festive embellishments, embracing the post-holiday cleanup. In contrast, 38% admitted their Christmas decorations still adorned their homes, holding onto the festive atmosphere a little longer. Notably, 12% abstained from participating in the decoration ritual altogether, opting for a more minimalist approach to the holiday season.

Have you taken down your decorations yet?

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Maltese Man Secures Record After Decorating House With 54,500 Christmas Lights

Maltese Man Secures Record After Decorating House With 54,500 Christmas Lights
Jan 7 2024 Share

Local Christmas enthusiast Gaetano Buttigieg has made history by securing a coveted spot in ‘The Malta Records’ for his extraordinary Christmas light display. The festive aficionado adorned his house with a staggering 54,500 light bulbs, setting a remarkable record for the most Christmas lights on a single residence in Malta.

The confirmation of this Christmas-associated record came after meticulous inventory by ‘The Malta Records’ representative Jeffrey Saliba. Buttigieg’s dedication to spreading holiday cheer through a dazzling array of lights has not only illuminated his neighbourhood but has also earned him a place in local Christmas history.

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The festive feat showcases Buttigieg’s passion for Christmas and his commitment to creating a visually stunning display for the community to enjoy. A video posted by The Malta Records shows the sheer power of Buttigieg’s Christmas illumination, creating quite the spectacle.

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Maltese Designer ‘Blakkript’ Makes Custom Jacket for U.S. Artist’s New Year’s Eve Show

Maltese Designer 'Blakkript' Makes Custom Jacket for U.S. Artist's New Year's Eve Show
Jan 7 2024 Share

Maltese designer Jeremy Vassallo, the creative force behind the ‘Blakkript’ brand, made some major moves in the international fashion scene as he crafted a bespoke jacket for U.S. artist Grabbitz’s New Year’s Eve performance in Dallas, Texas.

Following a conversation with Grabbitz and his team, Vassallo seamlessly blended the artist’s lighter elements with the ‘Blakkript’ brand’s signature darker aesthetic.

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Drawing inspiration from architecture, Vassallo embarked on the design process with meticulous attention to detail. The result was a custom jacket that not only encapsulated Grabbitz’s essence but also harmonised with the distinctive style of ‘Blakkript’. The integration of Vassallo’s hand-painting techniques added a unique touch, elevating the piece to a wearable work of art.

@jeremyvassallo Designing my first custom stage piece for a new years eve show in the US 🙏 Thank you @Grabbitz for the opportunity 🫡 #foryoupage #tiktokfashion #streetwear #clothingbrand #styling #style #fyp #italy #fashiontiktok #fashionbrand #hoodie #milan #luxury #tshirt #fashionshow #design #fashiondesign ♬ Beat – beaty

This is the latest international collaboration for Blakkript, having DJ Steve Aoki wear one of his jackets for a recent music video.

The successful collaboration between ‘Blakkript’ and Grabbitz marks another milestone for Jeremy Vassallo, reaffirming his position as a visionary designer with an impact in the entertainment scene.

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