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NEWS design Smartphone cases. Koyama’s has member names on it. Shige’s says “smartphone”. Very surrealistic. Massu’s has an eggplant. Tegoshi’s has an ugly Jolly Roger with Swarovski captioned “Vampire”. All classics.

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[ARTICLE] Today, MONSTA X takes off the veil and kicks off promotions on Mnet Mcountdown with “Beautiful”

The new song ‘Beautiful’ by the group MONSTA X has finally taken off the veil.

MONSTA X, who has been sweeping the global charts, has released their first full-length album, 'The CLAN PART 2.5 THE FINAL CHAPTER BEAUTIFUL.’ They will be kicking off their promotions with a stage through Mnet ’M Countdown.’

On this day, the title track 'Beautiful’ and the song 'Ready or Not’ will be performed for the first time. It is going to show a comeback stage with a high degree of perfection with delicate choreography that is in harmony with the somewhat rough-looking lyrics.

The title song 'BEAUTIFUL’ is a popular song that combines the war of the stars, trap, and dubstep, in which Athena, Jooheon and I.M participated beautifully together. It expresses the love that can not be obtained with a red rose and expresses the heart of love that is difficult to reject.

MONSTA X has exceeded 54 million hearts in 'BEAUTIFUL COMBACK SHOW’, which was broadcast on Naver V Live in 'THE CLAN PART 2.5 THE FINAL CHAPTER.’ Following the record of shortest peak heart rate, they are leading the interest in comeback by ranking first in various domestic music charts such as Hanteo chart and Synnara records, and in first place in real time and daily ranking in iTunes USA and Japan KPOP chart.

On the other hand, MONSTA X will start appearing on various music programs such as KBS2 'Music Bank’, MBC 'Music Core’ and SBS 'Inkigayo’ starting with Mnet ’M Countdown.’

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For Black History Month, black second graders at LA school receive math homework about slavery

  • At Windsor Hills Elementary, a prestigious math and science magnet school in Los Angeles, second graders received math homework containing a word problem about slaves picking cotton, the Root reported. 
  • The word problem used words such as “plantation,” “slave” and “master.”
  • Karol Gray, a grandmother of a second grader at Windsor Hills, was horrified by the homework her 7-year-old granddaughter was assigned.
  • “It’s definitely disturbing using terms like plantation, master — my daughter doesn’t know what these things mean,” Gray told NBC News.
  • Gray said second graders also received word problems about a man being shipped or “mailing himself to freedom.” Read more (2/15/17 10:25 AM)

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