Singer Sam Smith arrives at Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
Singer Sam Smith was seen engrossed in music during a walk amid the global lockdown due to COVID-19.
The singer, who has been making tweaks to an album that has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, appeared engrossed in the tunes during a daily walk, a section of the media reported.
The star, who came out as non-binary a while back and asked fans to addressed him as 'they' instead of 'him', wore a summery shirt with a few buttons undone at the top.
They recently took to social media to talk about their upcoming album and to explain what was happening.
Sam wrote: "To my dear fans, firstly I want to send love and strength to everyone who has been affected by this situation, I hope you are all alright during this incredibly weird, upsetting and unprecendented time.
"I have done a lot of thinking the past few weeks and feel that the title of my album and imminent release doesn't feel right, so I have come to the decision to continue working on the album and make some important changes and additions."
They had also shared that they will be renaming their album and pushing back the release date.
"Don't worry though, there will be an album this year, I promise! But until then I am still going to bring out some new music over the next few months, which I'm incredibly excited about," they said.
Sam recently shared their varying "stages of a quarantine meltdown" to Instagram, as they spent time at home amid the Covid-19 lockdown.
Gloria Estefan, one of the biggest stars of the Miami music scene during the 1980s and 1990s, has updated her hit "Get On Your Feet" to raise awareness about how to stem infection from the coronavirus.
John Prine, an American folk legend widely considered one of his generation's most influential songwriters, died following complications of coronavirus. He was 73 years old.
Singer Celine Dion revisited her iconic song "My heart will go on", and tweaked it to encourage people to practice social distancing amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
A First Information Report (FIR) of the incident was registered on March 27 on Uzma's complaint against Riaz's daughters Pashmina Malik and Ambar Malik, Amina Usman Malik (wife of Usman Malik), and 15 unidentified armed men — the private guards with whom the three women had entered the house seen in video clips.
Actor and former WWE star Dwayne Johnson has shared a video in which he expresses support for the Black Lives Matter movement and calls out Donald Trump for his failures as a leader in the wake of George Floyd‘s death.
The Uffizi Galleries, the most-visited museum in Italy, is open after three months of COVID-19 lockdown, delighting art lovers who don’t have to jostle with throngs of tourists thanks to new social distancing rules.