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Qello is bringing its library of streaming concert films and music documentaries to the PlayStation 3.
PS3 users can subscribe for unlimited access to the HD streaming library for $4.99 a month, or try-out the service with a 15-day free “All-Access Pass.”
The on-demand offering will be available “soon” for the PlayStation Vita and PlayStation 4 systems, the company says in a statement.
Qello recently struck new partnerships with the three major music companies. Its library is currently available in more than 100 countries, and its streaming database includes vision from Beyonce, Foo Fighters, Florence and the Machine, Jason Mraz, Eric Clapton and Coldplay.
Music industry veteran Bob Frank — the former president of E1 Music Worldwide (previously known as Koch Records) and its sister music publishing business — is a co-founding partner in Qello.
Kanye West made an appearance on Shade 45 to sit down with Sway for an interview. He talks about Yeezus’ tour, production, DONDA, fashion, Nike, Red Octobers and more. Then things got a little heated when Sway asked about why he doesn’t empower himself, causing Kanye to snap.
The Corinthia Hotel London will debut its 10-foot high edible Christmas tree on the day after Thanksgiving. The tree will eventually consume over 150 pounds of flour, 40 pounds of sugar, 6 pounds of cinnamon, and 180 egg yolks in addition to other ingredients. “We are spicing the biscuits really heavily to make the whole lobby smell deliciously Christmassy,” said head pastry chef Kimberly Lin-McCartney .
The tree will be decorated with shortbread stars, gingerbread men, chocolate bonbons, and edible holly leaves sprinkled in shimmer powder. The tree is part of the hotel’s Christmas lobby treats for guests, which will also include complimentary mini mince pies and mulled wine alongside chestnuts roasted in the hotel’s Courtyard.