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X Factor singer Megan May shares first post-FAITH song ‘h8 that i h8 u’

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X Factor singer Megan May shares first post-FAITH song 'h8 that i h8 u'

X Factor singer Megan May has released her first track following the announcement that X Factor girl group ‘FAITH – Five Are In The House’ were ending their journey back in February.

Megan May told Malta Daily that her song ‘h8 that i h8 u’ is a song about love-hate relationships and “how we sometimes hate the feeling of someone we used to love.”

The song is written by Megan May alongside co-writer Aleandro Spiteri Monsigneur and was produced at Railway Studios by Peter Borg.

The music video and track went live on all streaming platforms and we can’t stop listening!

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Simpatici spin-off ‘L-ispettur Leonard’ coming to GO’s ‘Tokis’

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Simpatici spin-off ‘L-ispettur Leonard’ coming to GO’s ‘Tokis’

GO have just revealed that their third series set to exclusively premier on recently launched Tokis is a Simpatiċi spinoff centred around one of the fan favourite characters. 

L-Ispettur Leonard (Inspector Leonard) will be returning to our screens to salve all the crimes on the GO platform. A spin-off of a local classic, the Maltese will be revisiting a world of a by-gone era. 

Tokis is a TV add-on with a vast library of top Maltese content, available to all GO interactive TV customers on GO TV. 

The first series to launch on the platform was Chalet, followed by Ċaqqufa Season 4. Apart from this are classics like comic drama Deċeduti, horror series ‘Rajt ma Rajtx’, as well as Dun Benit, X-Factor and Strada Stretta. 

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Expert issues warnings against vape pens as they gain popularity

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Expert issues warnings against vape pens as they gain popularity worldwide

A health expert has issued a warning over the increasing use of vape pens, as many substitute cigarettes for the electronic alternative. 

Despite vapes ‘generally’ being better than cigarettes, a researcher at the University of Chester, Dr Gareth Nye, has said that there is still reasonable potential for lung damage and cancer. 

The popularity of vaping has also rocketed up in Malta, with many teens trying them out in hopes of quitting their cigarette and tobacco addiction. 

The doctor warned that there is limited scientific evidence regarding such products, mainly regarding the liquid used to vape with, rather than the vaping device itself. The liquid can contain nicotine as well as harmful carcinogens and toxicants found in cigarettes. 

And, given the still harmful impacts, users are now smoking the devices indoors and as such increase the amount of smoking throughout the day. This could also boost the amount of second-hand smoking for non-smokers. 

A local study conducted earlier this year showed that a vast of majority of kids participating in a research had traces of second-hand smoke in their bodies. Around 95.4% of kids were exposed to nicotine, despite 72.4% of parents reporting that they were not exposed to smoke at home. 

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Eurovision song in Maltese not impossible says Minister Owen Bonnici

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Eurovision song in Maltese not impossible says Minister Owen Bonnici

Minister for National Heritage, the Art and Local Government has revealed that he will not completely rule out sending a Eurovision representative with a song in Maltese. 

Ever since Malta re-entered the Eurovision race back in 1991, all songs have been performed in English, with one-off words in Maltese. 

Each year, the debate resumes as to whether or not Malta could finally send a representative using our language for the entirety of the song. Speaking on TVM News Plus’ Xtra, Minister Bonnici did not exclude the prospect. 

‘We have to see which cultural aspects make us stand out and celebrate them in today’s circumstances’ the Minister said. He pointed to the government’s success in the cultural field of bringing together the different audiences in the performing arts by ‘marrying popular culture with classic art’. 

This year, Emma Muscat’s ‘I Am What I Am’ failed to make it to the final round of the prestigious competition. The runner up in the Maltese edition, Aidan’s ‘Ritmu’ was sung in Maltese. 

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