Music and Human Rights

LGBT reality, a singing Obama, and Justin Beiber make virtual waves. Here’s a run through of what’s trending in Cyberspace

Published: 12th September 2015 04:42 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th September 2015 04:42 AM   |  A+A-

Black, white and red

Bengaluru-born, Los Angels - based photographer and filmmaker, Arjun Kamath, has been winning hearts across the globe with Coming Out, a story of two homosexual girls in India. With a series of 30 photographs, he lures the audience in sensually with the two women portrayed happily in love.

There is evil in the form of men in hoods, but a eunuch comes to their rescue, temporarily. You might be shocked by the end, so watch it chronologically to not spoil the finale. On

Become a Beleiber

For all those who thought Justin Bieber was still young and reckless, you may want to alter your opinion. Following his dramatic flow of tears at the VMA last Sunday, Jimmy Fallon hosts the Canadian singer and the interview portrays the youngster in a completely different light - so much so that you may even become a Beleiber! From his return to the top of the charts to not being booed off stage, he talks about it all. The bonus is a rematch of a drumoff with Questlove. Watch it on

President’s tune

If you thought Tom Cruise’s rendition of I Can’t Feel My Face, by The Weeknd, on The Jimmy Fallon Show was great, then you’re in for a surprise. YouTube channel Baracks Dubs has created a lipdub for President Obama to this current favourite tune. From speeches, interviews, debates and casual conversation, it is a hilarious video and we assure you that you’ll be hooked to the channel. Check out the Shake It Off and Happy dubsmash too while there.


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