Janelle Monáe is the latest pop artist to stop by the Spotify studios to perform some music for the streaming platform’s Spotify Singles series. The well-known singer and songwriter has kept a busy schedule full of similar appearances over the past year in promotion of her 2018 Dirty Computer studio album. For her turn on the audio streaming series, Monáe performed “I Like That” from her album, in addition to providing a spin on Bob Marley & The Wailer‘s “High Tide or Low Tide” from the reggae band’s 1973 album, Catch A Fire.Monáe’s new version of the reggae classic sticks pretty close to the original, although hers does shine a little clearer thanks to the modern recording technology used to capture what is a flawless performance. Her voice can be heard standing firmly above the held-out chords of an organ while she sings Marley’s love-soaked lyrics, “In high seas or in low seas/I’m gonna be your friend/In high tide or in low tide/I’ll be by your side.” Fans can have fun comparing her sparkling new version of the Bob Marley deep cut with his original recording heard below.Bob Marley & The Wailers – “High Tide or Low Tide”[Video: TheBognekRasta]Janelle Monáe wrapped up her busy world tour schedule in support of Dirty Computer back in September, following notable performances at big events including New York’s philanthropic Global Citizen Festival, Philadelphia’s Made in America Fest, Florida’s Suwanee Hulaween, and Austin City Limits Festival. Monáe had also shared a 46-minute sci-fi/fantasy narrative film to go with her album upon its release back in late April, which has also be lauded as nothing short of a “masterpiece,” according to Rolling Stone.The acting side of Monáe’s career also continues to thrive, as the next feature film she’s set to appear in titled Welcome to Marwen is scheduled to arrive on December 21st, and co-stars Steve Carell, Leslie Mann and Diane Kruger. Monáe will also appear in Disney’s live-action remake of its 1955 classic animated film, Lady and the Tramp.<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>[H/T Consequence of Sound]
In July, there were 2,44 million arrivals and 18,60 million overnight stays, which represents 53% of arrivals and 61% of overnight stays in July last year. Photo: Pixabay.com / Trogir According to system data eVisitor, which contains tourist traffic realized in the commercial and non-commercial segment and nautical charter, in Croatia is 2,44 million arrivals and 18,60 million overnight stays in July, which represents 53% of arrivals and 61% of overnight stays in July last year. The leading destinations in July according to overnight stays are Vir (711 thousand), Rovinj (619 thousand), Medulin (553 thousand), Novalja (486 thousand) and Mali Lošinj (475 thousand). Foreign tourists realized 2,13 million arrivals (50% of the level of results last July) and 15,70 million overnight stays (58% of overnight stays last July), while domestic tourists realized 325 thousand arrivals (91% of arrivals in July last year) and 2,90 , 81 million overnight stays (XNUMX% of overnight stays last July). Currently, about 780.000 tourists stay in Croatia, of which 200.000 are German, 135 thousand Slovenian, 130 thousand domestic, 74 thousand Polish and 46 thousand Czech tourists. Most tourists are currently staying in Vir, followed by Rovinj, Medulin, Crikvenica and Porec. “We are in the first passing time. These are, given the circumstances, great results and a good announcement for the road ahead. Intensified promotional activities, both invitational advertising campaigns and those of an informative nature, will be carried out until the end of August on the markets of Germany, Austria, Great Britain and Italy, given that these are very important markets for our tourism where Croatia is on the list of safe countries. It is still important to behave responsibly and adhere to the prescribed epidemiological measures in order to maintain the status of our country as a safe tourist destination and get the most out of this tourist season, ” said the director of the Croatian National Tourist Board, Kristjan Stanicic. In July, the largest number of overnight stays was realized from the German market (4,43 million overnight stays, which represents 87% of overnight stays last July), followed by Slovenia (3,44 million overnight stays, 88% of overnight stays last July), Croatia (2,90 million overnight stays, 81% of overnight stays last July), Poland (1,60 million overnight stays, 79% of overnight stays last July) and the Czech Republic (1,42 million overnight stays, 72% of overnight stays last July).