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Why Premier League clubs are queuing up for Jesus, Raphinha and Richarlison

BBC Sport Friday, 24 June 2022
Three Brazilian players have dominated the Premier League transfer scene this summer, and here is why Gabriel Jesus, Raphinha and Richarlison are in such high demand.
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TikTok To Reportedly Launch , Music Streaming App. TikTok To Reportedly Launch , Music Streaming App. 'Insider' reports that in May, TikTok parent company ByteDance filed patents for "TikTok Music.". A similar trademark was also filed in Australia last November. . The filing suggests the service would allow users to play, share, download and purchase music. Users would also be able to comment on music and create and share playlists. Users would also be able to comment on music and create and share playlists. 'NME' reports that in 2020, ByteDance launced a music streaming app in India, Brazil and Indonesia called Resso. The app reportedly has similar features as the ones described in the "TikTok Music" filings. . It's not clear if Resso's framework will be used to develop the new streaming app or if a separate service will be constructed. 'NME' reports that competitor Snapchat recently announced the "Sounds Creator Fund,". a monthly grant of up to $100,000 for independent artists who utilize its platform.

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