A jubilee is a particular anniversary of an event, usually denoting the 25th, 40th, 50th, 60th, or 70th anniversary. Of biblical origins, the term is often now used to denote the celebrations associated with the reign of a monarch after a milestone number of years have passed.
Hip-hop artist notable for his 2017 album Emoji FM 2: Night Live who also been involved in the battle rap game.
He began to attract large crowds to his shows in 2015.
He released a number of singles in 2016 called "Snow Will Go Up," "Breathe," "Here" and "Airplane."
His real name is Nikita Kondratenko.
He and Matvey Melnikov are both renown Russian rappers.
Information related to Jubilee
- Debt jubilee - A debt jubilee is a clearance of debt from public records across a wide sector or a nation. Such a jubilee was proposed as a solution to debt incurred or anticipated during the 2020 coronavirus recession.
- Hierarchy of precious substances - In popular culture, sets of precious substances may form hierarchies which express conventional perceived relative value or merit. Precious metals appear prominently in such hierarchies, but as they grow, gems and semi-precious materials may be introduced as part of the system.
- Jubilee Debt Coalition - Jubilee Debt Campaign is a coalition of national organisations and local groups around the UK, calling for the unjust and unpayable debts of the poorest countries to be cancelled. It has also been known as Jubilee Debt Coalition and focuses on developing countries' debt.
- Jubilee 2000 - Jubilee 2000 was an international coalition movement in over 40 countries that called for cancellation of third world debt by the year 2000. This movement coincided with the Great Jubilee, the celebration of the year 2000 in the Catholic Church.
- Jubilee singers - The Fisk Jubilee Singers are an African-American a cappella ensemble, consisting of students at Fisk University. The first group was organized in 1871 to tour and raise funds for college. Their early repertoire consisted mostly of traditional spirituals, but included some songs by Stephen Foster.