Private Jets is a Swedish power pop quartet, founded in 2001 by the twins Erik and Per Westin.
The band started out as a song writing project, the brothers curious to see if they could mix their influences of pop, rock and jazz into their own brand of power pop with ambiguous lyrics and smart arrangements. When pushed by pop enthusiasts to record some of the songs, they realized that they had to put a band together. Janne Hellman was recruited as lead vocalist together with Mikael Olsson on bass, Olsson who had previous worked with the brothers in the hi-speed pop outfit Revolver Bop Agents.
Private Jets released the debut EP “A Four Leaf Clover in E-Major” on May 27, 2002 on Sparkplug Records. It contained four songs and a short snippet and was well received by the power pop community. The songs were written, arranged, produced and to a large extent performed by the brothers. Lead vocals was provided by Janne Hellman on all tracks and Olsson played bass on the song Millionseller.
Jho Low and Jamie Foxx in Man on the Run. MAN ON THE RUN...Certificate ... It showed funds being channelled into private bank accounts – including one payment of more than £600m to the prime minister, a figure he claimed was a “present” from an anonymous Saudi prince. Low used the funds to buy huge homes, private jets, giant yachts and throw huge parties.
Saudi champions Al-Ittihad have signed the likes of Karim Benzema, N’Golo Kante, and Fabinho this summer, emerging as one of the strongest teams in the Saudi Pro League...The Egyptian superstar will also have access to a private jet and get the opportunity to buy stakes in a Saudi club in the coming years.
Initially, even Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp denied claims that Salah could depart for SaudiArabia... If Salah moves to Saudi Arabia, he will be earning a massive amount of money ... The transfer window in Saudi Arabia ends on September 20 and Salah has offered a private jet or unlimited plane tickets for his family.
SaudiArabian football is currently on the rise, and it has received another boost with Al Ittihad reportedly trying to bring in a Premier League star ... He will be provided with a private jet or unlimited plane tickets for his family. He will also be provided an offer to become an ambassador for tourism and investments in Saudi Arabia.
The 31-year-old superstar has reportedly received a massive offer from the Saudi champions, which includes a basic �100 million ($125.91 million) salary, a private jet or unlimited plane tickets for his family; and a proposal to become the ambassador for tourism and investment in the country.
But don’t rule it out as the wide-open Serie A kicks off this weekend ...Neymar is perhaps the first footballer to have his goal bonus replaced by an Instagram one – it pays out every time he posts something promoting SaudiArabia. There’s also a fleet of luxury cars and a private jet in the deal worth £2.5million-a-week to him ... .
'The Royal Family of SaudiArabia' is the richest royal family in the world. The Saudi royal family owns a treasure trove of gold, silver and diamonds. The grand palace includes a convoy of luxury cars worth crores, cruises and private jets worth billions. Saudi Arabia is ruled by the Saud dynasty since 1932.
‘Bottled in SaudiArabia’ ... The Saudis had sent a private jet, luxuriously kitted out ... The doors closed and the fancy jet throttled up and whooshed into the air ... The Saudis gave us free iPhone 13s, a pack of clothes and a toilet bag.
Portuguese player Ronaldo, who plays for Saudi club Al Nassr, holds the world record for most goals scored in international football ... the world's highest paid footballer in March by Saudi club Al Hilal ... Saudi club had 'private jets' waiting for Messi before he opted for Miami.
In the end, it didn’t actually matter to PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan that the money came from a country, SaudiArabia, that treats human rights like an inconvenience ... Oh, you can already hear the preening and high-fiving from those even nicer private jets that have been paid for with Saudi oil.